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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

1.   Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduros has the palns to stand again in early presidentially elections that ought be held by teh end of the April. Analysts say he wants to take advantage of the weakess of the oppossision as his main political challengers are in self-imposed ? or in jail.

2.   The Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has confirmed he 'll go to the openning ceremony of next month winter Olympics in south Korea. The ? speculation he might snapped the game because of long running dispute between the two countries over comfort women, Koreans who were forced to work in Japanese military brothel during the second world war.


3.    At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Lybia's second city Banghazi after 2 car bombs hit worshipers live in mosque. The city has ? years of destuction in armed battles between rival factions, but BBC corespondents say such twinned attack is rare.


4.    Security has been reinforced around court in Southern ? judges will decise in Wednesday whether to oppose for conviction of former president XXX on his corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidentially elections in October.


5.    American senetors have warmly proved J.Polo as the nest chair of the U.S central bank the federal reserve. The multimillionaire Republican will replace Janet Yellen who has served for just 4 years.


6.   The United States had set a task force  ? try to improve internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist island. Cuban state medias have condemn the move as aversive.


7.   Tributes have been payed to the American fantacy and sounds fiction author E.A. who was died at the age of 88, her works were first published in the 1960s and won numerous of awards.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

Venezuela's president * says he plans to stand again in early presidential election that's ought to be held by the end of December. * says he wants to take advantage of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challenges are himself imposed exile or in jail. The Japanese president * has confirmed he would go to the opening ceremony of next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea. There had been speculations that he might be * the games because of a long running dispute between the two countries over comfort women. Koreans were forced to work in Japanese military brothels during the Second World War.
At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Libya's second city of * after two car bombs hit worshippers in Mosque. The city has seen years of destruction and armed battles between rival factions but BBC correspondent says such * attack is rare.
Security has been reinforced around a court in Southern * where judges will decide on Wednesday whether to oppose the conviction of former president * under corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidential election in October.  
American Senators have overwhelmingly approved * as the next chair of the US Central Bank Reserve.  The multimillion Republican will replace * who has served for just four years.
The United States has set off task force * try to improve internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist-run island. Cuban state media have condemned the move aversive.
Tributes have been paid to the American fantasy and science fiction author * who was died at the age of 88. Her work was first published in the 1960s and won numerous awards.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC News with
Veneszula's president x says he plans to stand again in early presidential elections that are to be held by the end of April. Anynalists say he wants to take advantages of the weakness of oppisition as his main political chanllegers are in self imposed exile or in jail.
The Japanese prime minister x has confirmed he will go to the opening ceremony of next month's winter olympics in South Korea. He had been in speculation he might snop the games because of long running dispute between the two countries over the comfort women koreans who were forced to work in Japanese brothels during the second world war.
At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Liybia second city x after 2 car bombs hit worshipers leaving a mosque. The city has seen years of distructions and armed battles between rival factions,but BBC correspondents said such twin attack is rare.
Security has been reinforced around a court in Southern Brazil where Judges will decide on Wenseday whether to uphold the conviction of former president x on corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidential elections in October.
American senators have overwhelmly approved x as the next chair of the US central bank the Federal reserve. The multi millionaior republican will replace x who has served for just 4 years.
The United States has said it will x try to improve international access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communistral island. Cuba state media have condemned the move as subversive.
Tributes have been paid to the American fantansy and science fiction auther x who was died at the age of 88. He works was frist published in 1960s and won numerous awards.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC news with Nio Nyunis.

Pennyswaler President Nicolas Madura said he plans to stand again in early presidential election that are to be held by the end of April. Analysists say he once take advantages of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challengers are imposed exzil or in jail. The Japanese president Sinzo Arbei has confirmed he will go to the ceremony in the next month's Winter Olympic in South Korea. There's been speculation that he will snab the game because the long-running dispuate between the two countries over comfort women. Korean were forced to work in Japanse military camp during the World War II.


At lease 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Lybia's second city Bengarzie after two carbombs hit warshippers living in monsk.  The city has seen years of destruction and armed battles between rival fections. But BBC correspondent  said such twintack was rare. Security has been win force around the cord in southern Brazil.   Judges will decide on Wednesday wether to oppose the conviction on former president  on corruption charges.  The decision will  decide wether he can stand in the presidential elections in October.  American senators have overwhelmly approved Jurum Power as  the next chair of the US Central Bank Federal Reserve. The republian will replace the senate Yellen, who has  served just fours years.  The United States has set a task forces tribe to improve international access for people in Cuba  and promote independent media on the communist-run island . Cubian state media had condemned the move as confessive, tribute has been paid to American fantacy and science fiction author Lerkuan who was died at the age of 88. Her work was first  published in 1960s and won numerous awards. BBC news.



                                                   
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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

Venezuelians president Nicolás Maduro Moros said he plans to stand again in the presidential election that ought to be held by the end of April. Analysts say he wants to take advantage of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challengers are in South in exil or in jail.

The Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has comfirmed he'll go to the opening ceremony of next month's winter Olympics in south Korea. There has been a speculation that he might ** against because of a long-running dispute referring the two countries over comfort women. Koreans were forced to ** Japanese military brothers during the second world war.


At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Libyan second city enghazi and two car booms hit worshipers living in mosque. The city has seen yeas of destructions and armed battles between wirable effections. But the BBC correspondents said such a twin attack is rare.


Security has been reinforced arround the cord in southern Brazil where charges wednesday wheather to uphold the conviction of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in the presidential election in October.


American senator have overwhelmingly approved ** as the next chair of the US central bank the federal reserve. The multimillionaire Republican will replace Janet Yellen who has served for just 4 years.

The Unitd States has set off a task force  to improve internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist-run island. Cuba's state media have condemn the move  as  subversive.


Tributes have been paid to the American fantacy and science fiction author  E.L.  who was died at the age of 88. Her works were first published in 1960s had won numerous awards







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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC News with Neil Nunes
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro says he plans to stand again in earlier presidential elections that are to be held by the end of April. Analysts say he wants to take advantage of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challenges are imposed exile or in jail.

The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has confirmed he’ll go to the opening ceremony of next Month’s Winter Olympics in South Korea. There had been a speculation he might snub the games because of a long running dispute between the two countries over comfort women Koreans who were forced to work in Japanese military brothels during the Second World War.

At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wound in Libyan second city Benghazi after two bombs hit worshipers leaving a mosque. The city has seen years of distraction and armed battles between rival fractions. But a BBC correspondent say such a twin attack is rare.

Security has been reinforced around a court in Southern Brazil where judges will decide on Wednesday whether to uphold the conviction of former President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva on the corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidential elections in October.

America’s senators have overwhelmingly approved Jerome Powell as the next Chair of US Central Bank, the Federal Reserve. The multimillionaire republican will replace Janet Yellen who has served for just four years.

The United States has set a task force that they try to improve the internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist island. Cuban state media had condemned the moves subversive.

Tributes have been paid to the American fantasy and science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin who has died at the age of 88. Her works was first published in the 1960s and won numerous awards.
BBC News



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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC News with Neon.

Venezuela's president Nicolas .. says he plans to stand again in early presidential elections that are to be held by the end of April. Analysts say he wants to take advantage of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challengers are in self-imposed exile or.in  jail.


The Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abbe has confirmed he will go to the opening ceremony of next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea. There had been speculations he might snub the games because of long-running disputes between these two countries over comfort women, Koreans who were forced to work in military brothels during the Second World War.


At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Libya's second city Benghazi, after two car bombs hit worshipers living in a mosque. The city has seen years of distractions and armed battles between rival factions, but BBC correspondent says such twin attack is rare.


Security has been reinforced around a court in southern ... where judges will decide on Wednesday whether to uphold the conviction of former president ... on corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidential elections in October.


American senators have overwhelmingly approved ... as the next chair of the US central bank, the Federal Reserve. The multimillionaire republican will replace Janet Yellen who has served for just four years.


The United States has set up a task force that'll try to improve Internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist island. Cuban state media has condemned the move as subversive.


Tributes have been paid to the American fantasy and science fiction author ,,, who has died at the age of 88. Her work was first published in the 1960s and won numerous awards.


BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC news with Nio XXXVenezuela's president Nicolas Maduros says he plans to stand again in the early presidential elections that are to be held by the end of April. Analysts say he wants to take the advantage of the weakness of the opposition as his main political challenges are in self-imposed exile or in jail.
The Japanese prime minster Shinzo Abbe has confirmed he will go to the opening ceremony of next month's winter Olympics in South Korea. There had been speculation that he might snub the games because of the long-running disputes between the two countries over comfort women, Koreans who were forced to work in military brothels during the second world war.
At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in Libya's second city Benghazi after two car bombs hit worshipers living a mosque. The city has seen years of distraction and armed battles between rival factions. But the BBC correspondents say such a twin attack is rare.
Security has been reinforced around a court in Southern Brazil villiage? The judges will decide on Wednesday whether to uphold the conviction of the former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand the presidential election in October.
American senator has overwhelming approved Jxxxx Powell as the next chair of the US Central Bank, the Federal Reserve. The multimillionaire Republican will replace Janet Yellon who has served for just four years.
The United States has set a task force that they will try to improve internet access for people in Cuba and promote independent media on the communist-run island. Cuba's state media have condemned the move as subversive.
Tributes have been paid to the American fantasy and science-fiction author, Asseler leguin?, who was died at the age of 88. Her work was first published at the 1960s and won numerous awards.
BBC news











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[Homework]BBC 2018-01-25

BBC news with Nile ? Venezuela's president Nicolás Maduro says he plans to stand again in early presidential election
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The Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has comfirmed he will go to the opening ceremony of next month's winter Olympics in South Korea. There has been speculation he might snub the games because of a long-running dispute between the two countries over comfort woman, Koreans who were forced to work in Japanese brothels during the second world war.
At least twenty seven people had been killed and dozens wounded in Lybia second * Benghazi. After two car bombs hit * living *. The city had seen years of distruction and armed battles between the rival fractions. But the BBC correspondent said such a twin attack is rare.
Security has been reinforced around the cord in southern Brazil where charges will decide in Wednesday whether to * conviction of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on corruption charges. The decision will determine whether he can stand in presidential election in October.
An American senator had overwhelmingly approval * the* power as the next chair of the US central bank federal reserve. The multi * republican will replace * who were sound for just four years.
The United States has set up a task *** to improve Internet access repealed in Cuba and promote independent media on** isalnd. Cuban state media have condemned the move was versive.
Tributes have been paied to the American fantasy and science fiction author ** who has died at the age of 88. Her work was first published in the 1960s and won numerous awards.
BBC news.

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