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[Homework]BBC 2017-12-01

In a rare spot between two close allies, president Trump has sat back at the British prime minister who had condemned him for re-twittering inflammatory anti-Islamic videos. Mr.Trump said * should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain. The United States has asked to China to cut off oil * to North Korea in an aim to stop Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after a North Korea tested a continental missile on Wednesday.
An inquiry has been launched into how Bosnian cruel war criminal * was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he smuggled into a UN court in Hague. General * drank the poison on Wednesday. Roman * the tribunal rejected his appeal against a 20-year jail sentence.
The Oil * Group OPEC is meeting in Vietnam to discuss to extend the production curbs that are thought to have been contributed to oil crude prices that *.
Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to Myanmar. He is traveling to Bangladesh where he will meet some of the * minority who fled a campaign of violence in Myanmar.
United * has denied that a former Egyptian prime minister is being prevented from traveling to *.  Mr. * who wants to extend as a candidate next year's Egyptian presidential election appeared on a * television to say he was being barred from leaving.
A court in Argentina has given a verdict the largest human rights trial in the country's history. Two former naval officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment, 46 others were also found guilty of involvement in torture and murder of hundreds of political opponents in 1970s and 80s.

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BBC news with xx.
In a rare spat between two close allies, president Trump has hit back at the British Prime Minister who had condemned him for re-twittering inflammatory anti-Islamic videos. Mr. Trump said xx May should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain.

The United States has asked China to cut off oil export to North Korea in an aim to stop Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after North Korean tested an inter-continental missile on Wednesday.

An inquiry has been launched into how xx war criminals xx was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he smuggled into the UN court in the Hague. General xx drank the poison on Wednesday moments after the tribunal rejected his appeal against the 20-year jail sentence.

The oil exporter group OPEC is meeting in xx to discuss whether to extend the production curbs that they have thought contributed to the higher crude oil prices this year.

Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to xx. He’s travelling to Bangladesh where he meets some of the xx minority who fled campaign violence in xx.

The United Arab xx has denied that the former Egyptian minister xx has been prevented from travelling to Cairo. Mr. xx, who wants to stand as a candidate next year’s Egyptian presidential election appeared on the xx television to say he was being barred from leaving.

And a court in Argentina has given a verdict, , the largest human rights trial in the country’s history. Two former naval officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment. 46 others were also found guilty of involvement in torture and murder of hundreds of political opponents in the 1970s and 80s.
BBC news.
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BBC News with Eileen McKue.

In a rare spat between two close allies, President Trump has hit back at the British Prime

Minister who had condemned him for re-twittering inflammatory anti-Islamic videos. Mr.

Trump said Theressa May should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to

what he called the destructive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain.

The United States has asked China to cut off oil export to North Korea in an aim to stop

Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after North Korea tested an

inter-continental missile on Wednesday.

An inquiry has been launched into * war criminals, * was able to commit suicide by

drinking poison from a small bottle he smuggled into the UN court in the Hague. General *

drank the poison on Wednesday moments after the tribunal rejected his appeal against

the 20-year jail sentence.

The oil exporter group OPEC is meeting in Viena to discuss whether to extend the

production curbs that they have thought contributed to the higher crude oil prices this

year.

Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to

Myanmar. He’s travelling to Bangladesh where he will meet some of the Rohingya minority

who fled campaign violence in Myanmar.

The United Arab Emirates has denied that the former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed

Shafiq has been prevented from travelling to Cairo. Mr. Shafiq, who wants to stand as a

candidate next year’s Egyptian presidential election appeared on the Al Jazeera television

to say he was being barred from leaving.

And a court in Argentina has given a verdict toward the largest human rights trial in the

country’s history. Two former naval officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment. 46

others were also found guilty of involvement in torture and murder of hundreds of political

opponents in the 1970s and 80s.

BBC News.
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BBC news with Eileen Mckue.
In a rare spat between two close allies, president Trump has hit back at the British Prime Minister who had condemned him for re-twittering inflammatory anti-Islamic videos. Mr. Trump said Theressa May should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain.

The United States has asked China to cut off oil export to North Korea in a bid to stop Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after North Korean tested an inter-continental missile on Wednesday.

An inquiry has been launched into how* war criminal * was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he’d smuggled into a UN court in the Hague. General * drank the poison on Wednesday moment after the tribunal rejected his appeal against a 20-year jail sentence.

The oil exporters group OPEC holds meeting in Vienna to discuss whether to extend the production curbs that are thought to have contributed to higher crude oil prices this year.

Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to Myanmar. He’s travelling to Bangladesh where he will meet some of the Rohingya minority who fled a campaigned violence in Myanmar.

The United Arab Emirate has denied that a former Egyptian prime minister * is being prevented from travelling to Cairo. Mr. *, who wants to stand as a candidate in next year’s Egyptian presidential election appeared on the * television to say he was being barred from leaving.

And a court in Argentina has given its verdict on the largest human rights trial in the country’s history. Two former naval officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment. 46 others were also found guilty of involvement in the torture and murder of hundreds of political opponents in the 1970s and 80s.
BBC news.
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BBC News with Eileen McCue
In a real spat between two close allies, President Trump had set back the British Prime Minister who had condemned him for re-twittering filamentary anti-Islamist videos. Mr. Trump said Theresa May should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the distractive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain.

The United States has asked China to cut off oil exports to North Korea in a bit to stop Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after North Korea tested an intercontinental missile on Wednesday.

An inquiry has been launched into Higher Bosnia Court that the war criminal Sponia Praljak was able to committing suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he had smuggled into a court of Hague. General Praljak drank the poison on Wednesday moments after the tribunal rejected his appeal against 20 year jail sentence.

The oil exporters group OPEC‘s meeting in Vietnam to discuss whether to extend the production curbs that were thought to have contributed to the higher crude oil price this year.
Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day for his visit to Myanmar. He’s travelling to Bangladesh where he will meet some of his Rohingya minority who fled campaigner violence in Myanmar.

The United Emirates has denied that a former Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has been prevented to travelling to Cairo. Mr. Sharaf wants to stand as a candidate in next year’s Egyptian presidential election appeared on Algeria’s television to say he’s been barred from leaving.

And a court in Argentina has given its verdict on a largest human riot trial in the country’s history. Two former navy officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment. 46 others were also found guilty of involvement of torture and murder of hundreds of political opponents in the 1970s and 1980s.
BBC News
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[Homework]BBC 2017-12-01

BBC news with Eileen Mckue.
In a rare spat between two close allies, President Trump has set back at the British Prime Minister who has condemned him for retwiterring an imflamatory anti-Islamic videos. Mr. Trump said Theresa May should spend less time critisizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical Islamic terrorism in Britain.


The United States has asked China to cut off oil export to North Korea in a bid to stop Pyongyang developing nuclear weapons. The request comes after North Korea tested an inter-continental missle on Wednesday.


An inquiry has been launched into xxx xxx war criminal XXX was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he smuggled into the UN court in the Hague. General XXX drank the poison on Wednesday moments after the tribunal rejected his appeal against the 20-year jail sentence.


The oil exporter group OPEC is meeting in Viena to discuss whether to extend the production curbs that are thought contributed to higher crude oil prices this year.


Pope Francis has celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to Myanmar. He's travelling to Blangdesh, where he will meet some of the Rohingya minority who fled a campaign of violence in Myanmar.


The United Emirates has denied that a former Eyptian Prime Minister XXX Sheriq is being prevented from travelling to Cairo. Mr. Shefiq who wants to stand as a candidate next year's Egyptian presidential election appeared on the xxx television to say he was being barred from leaving.


And a court in Argentine has given a xxx tone the largest human rights trial in the country's history. Two former naval officers have been sentenced to life imprisonment, 46 others were also found guilty of involvement in torture and murder of hundreds of political opponents in the 1970s and 80s.


BBC news.
                                                   
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