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[Homework]NPR 2017-11-14

An earthquake of the magnitudeThe UN climate change conference in Germany has brought the countries of the world together. Nearly 200 at all to work out had transition the global economy to clean energy. Bruse Condviser reports that all the governments of the world are on board except the US.
A white house delegation is here to argue for universal access to fossil feuls including coal, the picture are unlikely to get a warm reception. Virtually every government on the planet has represent to that conference and has signed treaty to combat fossil fuel comsumption. President Donald Trump has stated in the past that global warming is a hoax. Trump announced in June that he is pulling the US out of the 2015 Paris climate agreement. The global treaty was signed by former president Barak Obama it compels the parties to transition newer economies from fossil fuels to clear energy like wind and solar power. Scientists believe that sharply reducing carbon dioxide emission to help to stablize the global temperatures. For NPR news I am Bruce C. in Bonl.
Hundreds of people turned out for a church service yesterday in Suthenland Spring, Texas. As NPR's XX reports, this was the first time that members of the first bible to this church came together publicly since the shooting massacre last week.
A light drizzle fell of people in massive way outskirt of the town

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1.        An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 struck along the Iraq-Iran border yesterday. Authorities say more than 200 people were killed and more than 1700 were injured. Electricity is out in a number of towns and villages. And blocked roads are preventing some rescue teams from reaching the area. BBC’s Ali Harmodoney has more. “We managed to talk to at least 20 people underground in different cities. The situation is horrible. That area in Iran is rural with many small villages and cities. No one was ready for such disaster. I have spoken to a young man who said the family house was destroyed. Another person talked to me from the city of Pol-e Zahab was very close to center of the earthquake. The only hospital of that tiny city was fully destroyed.” The BBC’s Ali Harmodoney.
2.        The UN Climate Change Conference in Germany has brought the countries of the world together, nearly 200 in all, to work out on the transition of global economy to clean energy. Bruce Conwiser reports that all the governments of the world are on board except the US. “A White House delegation is here to argue for universal access to fossil fuels including coal. The picture is unlikely to get a warm reception. Virtually every government on the planet has representative to that conference and has signed a treaty to combat fossil fuel consumption. President Donald Trump has stated in the past that global warming is a hoax. Trump announced in June that he is pulling the US out of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. The global treaty was signed by former president Barak Obama. It compels the parties to transition of newer economies from fossil fuels to clear energy like wind and solar power. Scientists believe that sharply reducing carbon dioxide emission will help stabilize global temperatures. For NPR news, I’m Bruce Conwiser in Bonn.”
3.        Hundreds of people turned out for a church service yesterday in Sutherland Spring, Texas. As NPR’s Russel Louise reports, this was the first time that members of the First Baptist Church came together publicly since the shooting massacre last week. “A light drizzle follows people crammed inside a massive white tent on the outskirts of the town. Bap Prayer Service Bap Revival Pastor Frank Pomeroy told the crowd that rather than choose darkness as the gunman did last Sunday, he wanted to choose life. He was out of town last weekend, but his daughter was among the more than 2 dozen killed at First Baptist. ‘We can’t allow this act that happened last weekend to keep us away from church. We can’t allow them to use it as an excuse of we can’t or should not go to the church.’ Pomeroy says on this federal weekend it’s important to note that man, women, and children fought and died in his church last weekend for the freedom together and pray. Russel Louise, NPR news, Sutherland Spring, Texas.”
This is NPR news from Washington.
4.        President Trump and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte met today in Manila. White House Press Secretary Sara Hackabee Sanders said the two leaders discuss trade and ISIS. She said the issue of human rights came up briefly as part of Duterte’s war on illegal drugs. She did not say whether President Trump was critical of the crackdown, which includes killings outside the law.
5.        Montreal was in the scene of huge protest yesterday as people took to the streets to voice their opposition to racism and Quebec’s face-covering law. Dan Koppenshon reports. “As riot police lined the sidewalks, thousands of protester marched to denounce racism and promoted inclusivity and tolerance. They chanted ‘so, so, so, solidarity, and everybody hates racists.’ Among the groups that had also signed an online manifesto calling for an end to the spread of xenophobia were Montreal’s Black Lives Matter, Muslim, Arab, and Women’s Organizations as well as several associations of university students. Many protesters also carried placards denouncing Quebec’s face-covering law. It bans those giving or receiving a public service from covering their face. That law has already headed for a legal challenge in the courts. For NPR news. I’m Dan Koppenshon in Toronto.”
6.        Liz Smith died yesterday of natural causes. The New York gossip columnist started uncovering the lives of the rich and famous in the 1950s. Working at several papers including the New York Daily News, where she broke the news of Donald Trump’s separation from his first wife. She once told the New York Times that she couldn’t face her family’s poverty during the Depression, so fell in love with a glamor of movie stars. Liz Smith was 94.
I’m Nora Roam, NPR news in Washington.
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[Homework]NPR 2017-11-14

An earthquake was magnitude with 7.3 stroke along Iraq-Iran broader yesterday.  Athorities say more than 200 people were killed, and more than 1700 people were injured. Electricity is out in a number of towns and villages, and blocked roads are proventing some rescue teams from reaching the area. We managed to talk to at least 20 people underground in defferent cities. This situation is horrible. The area in Iran is rural with many small villages and cities.No one was ready for such disaster, I've spoke to a young man who said the famliy house was distroyed. Another person talked to me from the city of (Pol-e Zahab?)is very close to center of the earthquake. And the only hospital of tiny city was fully destroyed.
The UN climate change conference in Germany has brought the countries of the world together. Nearly 200 at all, to work out head tansition the globle economy to clean energy. B() reports all the governments of the world all on a broad except US. A White House delegation is here to argue for universe acess to fossil fuels including coals. The picture is unlikely to get warm reception. Virually every govenrment on the plannet is presented that conference and has signed the treaty to combat fossil fuels consumptions. President DT stated, in the past the globle warming is hoax. Trump aounnced in June that he has pulled the US out of the 2015 Paris climate to agreement. The globle treaty was signed by formal president B Obama. It compels the parties to the transition of newer economy from the fossil fuels to clean energies like wind and solar power. Sientists believe that sharply reduce carbon dioxide emision to help stablize globle temperatures.

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