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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

BBC News with Jerry Mackntash.
Shares fall along nation markets after President Triump announced plans to impose tariff son, Stilen A, trigerring fears of looming tread war. Japan's nake index was down nearly 3%. The United States made the treading partners including the European Union and Canada have threatened retariff action if tariffs are introduced.
For the first time since the kill in 2014, new political parties of England registor in Thailand, the military government says that elections should be postponed severeal times, will take place by Febrary next year.
Scientists * identified five different types of Diabetes they tray with their own courses complications in treatments. The researchers from Sweden, Finnland hope their finding news will lead to treatment tailor for individual patients.
*'s ex[president, *, is to be trailed along with much of his former * for a legend corruption, the case sentences on the multi-million-dollar contracted by public buses. Mr. Colum who left office six years ago has denied involvement. A former head of the charity fanime international ,*, for intance is among those facing trial.
There's been an explosion in the Afgan capital, *, and initial report say a number of people have been injured. Derails  are still coming in.
A deal has reported being reached for the sell of the company * by the discreased film producer, Havid Wansta, in the agreement they expected to keep the company out of bankrupcy under the leadership of largely female board.
And the Australian swimmer who says the only started competing seriously the age of 18 has broken the world record during trials for the commonwealth games.
George was the soul * in the 15 major's free style for those aged over 100. He cut more than 22th of the previous records finishing just over 56th seconds.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

Shares have fallen in Asian markets after president Trump announced  plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, triggering fears over aluming trade war. Japan's Nikkei index was down nearly 3 percents. The United States' major trade partners, including European Union and Canada, have threatened retaliative action if tariffs are introduced. For the first since cue in 2014, new political parties have been allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which have been postponed several times will take place by February next year.
Scientists say they've identified five different types of diabetes, each with their own cause is complicated treatments. The researchers from Switzerland and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatment tailored for individual patients.
*'s ex president * is to be tried along mush of his former cabinet for alleged corruption. The case sets on a multimillion dollar contract to buy by public buses. Mr.* who left office six years has denied the involvement. A former head of the charity Oxfam international * is among those facing trial.
There's been an explosion in the Afghanistan capital Kabul. Initials reports say a number of people have been injured. Details are still coming in.
A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of company's * by the disgraced US film producer Harvey Weinsteinthe. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadership of largely female board.
And an Australian swimmer who says only started competing seriously at the age of 80 has broken the world record during trials for the Commonwealth games. * who's * in the 50 meters freestyle for those aged over 100. More than 20 seconds of the previously record finishing in just over 56seconds.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

1.Shares have fallen on Asian market after President Trumpt announced plans to impose tariffs on steers and aluminum, triggering fears of alluring trade war. Japan's Nikki Index was down nearly 3%, the United States major trading partners cinluding the EU and Canada have threatened to retaliatory action if tariffs are introduced. 2. For the first since ..in 2014 new political parties have been allowed to register in Thailand, the military government said election which has been postponed for several times will take place by February next year.
3.Scientists say they have identified five different types of diabetes, each with their own courses of complications and treatments. Their research has from Switzerland and Finland hope their finding will lead to tratement tailored for individual patients
4...ex-president...is to be tried along much of his former cabinets for alleged corruption cases set on multi-million dollar contract to buy public buses.Mr.. who left office 6 years ago has denied involvement. Former head of charity Ox-Famine International....is among those facing trial.
5. There has been explosion in the  A capital K, initial reports say many of people has been injuried, details are still coming in.
6. A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of a company co-founded by the disgraced US firm producer H V. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy, and the leadership of a largely female board.
7.And Australia swimmer who says he only started competing seriously at the age of 80 has broken the world record during trials for the Commonwealth Games. JK was a ....free style for those aged over 100. .Cut more than 27 seconds of the previous record, finishing in just over 56 seconds.





























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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

homeworkShares have fallen on Asian market after president Trump announced plnas to impose tarrifs on steel and alumimim, triggering fears of a looming trade war.
Japan's NIKA index was down nearly three percent. The US's major the trading partners including the EU and Canada have threatened retaliatory action if tarrifs are introduced.
For the first time since a coup in 2014,new political parties are being allowed to register in Tailand. The military government says the elections which have been postponed for several times would take place by February next year.
Scientists say they have identified five types of diabetes each with their own causes, complications and treatments. The researchers from Switzerland and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatments tailored for individual patients.
Guatamala's ex-president is to be tried along with much of his former cabinet for alleged corruption.The case centers on a multi-million-dollar contract by public buses. Mr. ? ,who left office six years ago,has denied involvement.
A former head of the Charity is among those facing trial.
There has been an explosion in the Afgan capital Kabul. Initial reports say a number of people have been injured. Details are still coming in.
A deal has been reportedly reached for the sale of a company co-founded by the disgraced US film producer. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy and the leadership of largely female board.
An Australian swimmer who says he only started competing seriously at the age of eighty has broken a world record during trials for commonwealth games. ? was the sole entrant in the fifty meters free style for those aged over one hundred . He cut more than twenty seconds off the previous record finishing in just over fifty-six seconds.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

BBC News with
Shares have fallen on Asian markets after president Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminine triggering fears of aluminine trade war. Japan's Nikkei index was down nearly 3 percent, United States major trading parnters including the European union and Canada have threaten rex action if tariffs are introduced.
For the first time since a coup in 2014, new political parties have been allowed to register in Thiland, the military government has setted elections which have been postponed several times will take place by Feburary next year.
Scientists say they have identified 5 different type diabiets, each with their own causes complications in treatments. Researhers from switzland, Finnland hope their fine news will lead to treatment taliored for individual patients.
x's ex president x is to be trailed along with much of his former cabinet for alleged corruption the case centered on the multimillion dollar contract to buy public buses. Mr. x who left office 6 years ago has denied the involvement. A former head of the charity x international x is among those facing trail.
There has been an explosion in the Afgan capital Karbul. Initial report say a number of people have been injured, details are still coming in.
A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of the company cofounded by the disgraced US film producer x, the agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadship of a largly female board.
And an Austrial swimmer said he has only started competing seriously at the age of 18 has broken the world record during trails for the commonwealth games. x with a sole entrance in the 50 meters freestyle for those aged to over 100, he cut more than 20 seconds off the previous record, finishing in just over 56 second.



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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

BBC News with Jert Mackintosh.

Shares have fallen on Asian markets after President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum triggering fears of a looming trade war. Japan's Nikkei Index was down nearly 3%. The United State's major trading partners, including the European Union and Canada, have threatened retaliatory actions if the tariffs are introduced.

For the first time since a coup in 2014, new political parties are being allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which had been postponed several times would take place by February next year.

Scientists say they have identified 5 different types of diabetes, each with their own causes, complications and treatments. The researchers from Sweden and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatment tailored for individual patients.

Guatemala's ex-President Alvaro Colom is to be tried along with much of his cabinet for alleged corruption. The case centers on a multimillion-dollar contract to buy public buses. Mr. Colom, who left office 6 years ago, has denied involvement. A former head of the charity Oxfam International, Juan Alberto Fuentes, is among those facing trial.

There's been an explosion in the Afghan capital, Cabul. Initial reports say a number of people have been hurt. Details are still coming in.

A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of the company co-founded by the disgraced US film producer, Harvey Weinstein. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadership of a largely-female board.

And an Australian swimmer, who says he only started competing seriously at the age of 80, has broken the world record during tryouts for the Common Wealth Games. George Corones was the sole entrant in the 50-metres freestyle for those aged over 100. He cut more than 20 seconds of the previous record finishing in just over 56 seconds.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

Shares have fallen on Asian markets after President Trump announced plans to impose tariff on steel and aluminum, triggering fears of aluminum trade war.
Japan’s Nikkei index was down nearly 3 percent. The United States’ major trading partners including the European Union and Canada have threatened retaliatory action if tariffs are introduced.

For the first time, since the coup in 2014, a new political party has been allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which have been postponed several times will take place by February next year.

Scientists say they have identified five different kinds of diabetes, each with their own causes, complications and treatments. The researchers in Sweden and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatment tailored for individual patients.

Guatemala’s ex-President Alvaro Colom is to be trialed along with much of his whole cabinet for alleged corruption. The case sentenced on a multimillion dollar contract by public passes. Mr. Colom who left office 6 years ago has denied involvement.  A former head of the charity Oxfam International Juan Alberto Fuentes is among those facing trial.

There has been an explosion in the African capital Kampala. Initial reports say a number of people had been injured. Details are still coming in.

A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of the company co-founded by the disgraced US film producer Harvey Weinstein. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadership of a largely female board.

And an Australian swimmer who says he only started competing seriously at the age of 18 has broken a world record during trials for the commonwealth games. George Corones was the sole entered in the 50 meters freestyle for those aged over 100. He cut more than 22 seconds of the previous records, finishing in just over 56 seconds.
BBC News


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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

Shares have fallen on Asian markets after president Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, triggering fears of illuming trade war. Japan's nika index was down nearly 3%.The United States's major trading partners including the European union and Canada have threatened retaliatory action if tariffs are introduced.
For the first time since the coup in 2014, new political parties are being allowed to register in Thailand, the military government had said that elections which have been opposed upon several times, will take place by February next year.
Scientists say they've identified 5 different diabetes, each with their own causes, complications, and treatments. The researchers from Switzerland and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatments tailored for individual patients.
Guatemala's ex-President Alvaro Colom is to be trailed along with much of his former cabinet for alleged corruption. The case said he in on a multi-million dollar contract to buy public buses. Mr. Colom who left office 6 years ago has denied involvement. The former head of the charity ox-fam international HAO is among those facing trail.
There has been an explosion in the Afghan capital Carbo. Initial reports say a number of people have been injured. Details are still coming in.
A deal has reportedly been reached for the ?? of the ?? co-founded by the discreet US film producer Harvey Winestine. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankcruptcy under the leadership of a largely female board.
And an Australian swimmer who says he only started competing seriously at the age of 80 has broken a world record during trails for a common-wealth games. Gorge C was the sole entrant in the 50-meters free style for those aged over 100. He cut more than 20s of the previous record finishing in just over 54s.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

1.Shares have fallen on Asian markets after President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum triggering fears of a looming trade war. Japan's Nikkei Index was down nearly 3%. The United State's major trading partners, including the European Union and Canada, have threatened retaliatory actions if the tariffs are introduced.

2.For the first time since a coup in 2014, new political parties are being allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which had been postponed several times would take place by February next year.

3.Scientists say they have identified 5 different types of diabetes, each with their own causes, complications and treatments. The researchers from Sweden and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatment tailored for individual patients.

4.Guatemala's ex-president *** Colom is to be trialed along with much of his former cabinet for alleged corruption. The case sentensed on a multimillion-dollar contract to buy public buses. Mr. Colom, who left office 6 years ago, has denied the involvement. A former head of the charity Oxfam International ***, is among those facing trial.

5.There's been an explosion in the Afghan capital, ***. Initial reports say a number of people have been injured. Details are still coming in.

6.A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of the company co-founded by the disgraced US film producer, Harvey Weinstein. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadership of a largely-female board.

7.And an Australian swimmer, who says he only started competing seriously at the age of 80, has broken the world record during tryouts for the Common Wealth Games. George Corones was the solo entrant in the 50-metres freestyle for those aged over 100. He cut more than 20 seconds of the previous record finishing in just over 56 seconds.                                                             
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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

Shares have fallen in Asian markets after president Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, triggering fears over aluming trade war. Japan's Nikkei index was down nearly 3 percents. The United States' major trade partners, including the European Union and Canada, have threatened retaliative action if tariffs are introduced.
For the first since / in 2014, new political parties have been allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which have been postponed several times will take place by February next year.
Scientists say they've identified five different types of diabetes, each with their own causes, complications and treatments. The researchers from Switzerland and Finland hope their findings will lead to treatment tailored for individual patients.
Watermala's ex-president / is to be trialed along much of his former cabinet for alleged corruption. The case sets on a multimillion dollar contract to buy by public buses. Mr./ who left office six years has denied the involvement. A former head of the charity Oxfam international / is among those facing trial.
There's been an explosion in the Afghanistan capital Kabul. Initials reports say a number of people have been injured. Details are still coming in.
A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of company co-founded by the disgraced US film producer Harvey Weinsteinthe. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadership of largely female board.
And an Australian swimmer who says only started competing seriously at the age of 80 has broken the world record during trials for the Commonwealth games. Gorge/ was the solo entrant in the 50 meters freestyle for those aged over 100. He cut more than 20 seconds of the previously record finishing in just over 56seconds.                                                    

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[Homework]BBC 2018-03-03

1.    Shares of fallen on Asian markets after president Trump announced plans to impose tariff on steel and aluminium. Triggering fear of a looming trade war. Japan's Nikkei indexes was down nearly 3%, United States's major trade partners including European Union and Canada have threaten retaliatory action if tariffs are introduced.

2.    For the first time since cue in 2014 new political parties have been allowed to register in Thailand. The military government has said that elections which have been postponed several times will take place by Feburary next year.


3.    Scientists say they've identified 5 different types of diabetes, each with their own cause's complications in treatments. The researchers from Switzerland and Finland hope their finding news will lead to treatment tailored for individual pateints.


4.    Guatemala's ex-president Eaveral Colon is to be tried along with much of his former cabinet for a alleged corruption. the case sets on a multimillion dollar contract to by public buses. Mr.Colom who left office 6 years ago has denied involvement.A former head of the Charity Oxford international XXX is among those facing trial.


5.    There has been an explosion in the Afghan capital Kabul. Initial report says a number of people have been injured, details are still coming in.


6.    A deal has reportedly been reached for the sale of the company's co-founded by the disgraced US film producer Harve Winstin. The agreement is expected to keep the company out of bankruptcy under the leadship of largely female board.


7.    And an Australian swimmer who says he only started competing seriously the age of 80 has broken the world record during trials for the commonwealth games. George Corones who's the ?? in the 50 meters free style for those aged 100. He cut more than 20 seconds off the previous record finishing in just over 56 seconds.

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