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[Homework]BBC 2018-05-24

1.   One of the giants of 20 century American literature, the novelist Philip Ruff has died at the age of 85. Ruff's nove ? Complained published in 1969, scandalized the US and made him celebrity. He won the Pulitzer prize for fiction for American pastoral in 1998.

2.   The government in North Korea has agree to let a team of South Korea journalists to watch the dismantling of its nuclear test site at PenGeree. Pyengyong had early refused them VISAs.


3.   The former South Korea's president Lee Myung-bak is going on trial on corruption charges. Prosecutors accuse Mr.Lee of bribery in X and abuse of power. His dismiss avidence against him as fabrications.


4.   The new Malaysia prime minister Mahage Mahamed has said he would cut the salary of governing ministers by 10%. ? Mahage said he was also a way of reducing the country's died.


5.   The funeral of Pakistanis ? student killed in a school shooting in a US state of Texas has taken place in C. S.S. was among 10 pupils killed in last week's attack in Sait Phi.


6.   The US House representatives have past legislation that will relax bankroll introduced by the ? administration in a weak of the 2008 financial crisis. Critics warned it might increase the risk of future bank failures and bellouts.  


7.   The most senior Roman Catholic priest to be convicted of carryign up child sex abuse, the Australian archbishop Philip Wilson has annonced he will step aside from his duties, but isn't resigning. He was found guilty of failing to report crimes commited by another priest in the 1970s.


8.   The US House representatives have voted to expand the rights of termly ill people across America to be treated with their experimental drugs. The bill allows patients who exhausted every other option to try drugs which have not yet been approved for use.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-05-24

BBC news with Jerry Smith. One of the giants of twentieth century American literature the novelist Rock has died at the age of 85. Rock's novel put the noise complaint published in 1969 scadalized the US and made him a celebrity. He warned the pullet for fiction for American in 1998. The government in North Korea has agreed to let a team of South Korea journalists to watch dismantling nuclear test site. Pingyang has earlier refused them visas. The former south korea president is going on a corruption charge. Procecutors accused Mr. Li of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power. He dismissed evidents against him as fabrications. The new Malaysian premier minister said he would cut the salary of cabinet ministers by 10%. He said he's  also looking ways of reducing the country's debt. The funeral of Pakistanian exchange student killed in a school shooting in Texax has taken place in Koraonki. He was among ten people  killed in last week's attack in Santafa. The US house representitive has passed legistration which would relax bankrupt introduced by the Obama's administration in the way of 2018 financial crisis. Critics warned it might increase the future bank failure and bailout. The most senior Roman Catholic priest to be  convicted to cover up the child abuse the Austrilian bishop has announced he would step aside from his duty but ressigning by another priest in 1970s. The US house representitive has voted to expand the right of the terminal ill people across the America to be treated with experimental drugs. The bill allowed the  patients who exhausted every other option to try drugs which have been not yet approved to use.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-05-24

One of the giants of 20th century American Literature, the novelist * has died at the age of 85. *'s novel Put Noise Complaint published in 1969 scandalized the US and made him a celebrity. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for an American * in 1998. The government in North Korea has agreed to let in a team of South Korean journalists to watch the dismantling test site in *. Pyongyang has earlier refused their visas.
The former South Korean president * is going on trail on corruption charges. Prosecutors accused Lee of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power. He's dismissed evidence against his fabrications.
The new Malaysian prime minister * has said he will cut the salaries of cabinet ministers by 10%. * said he was also looking ways of reducing the country's debt.
The funeral of a Pakistani exchange student killed in a school shooting in the US state of Texas is taking place in *. * was among ten peoples killed in last week's attack in *.
The US House of Representatives have passed legislation that will relax bank rules introduced by the Obama Administration in the awake of the 2008 financial crisis. Critics warned that might increase the risk in future bank failures and bailouts.
The most senior Roman Catholic priest to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse the Australian archbishop * has announced he will step aide from his duties but isn't resigning. He was found guilty of failing to report crimes committed by another priest in the 1970s.
The US House of Representatives have voted to expand the rights of * ill people across America to be treated with experimental drugs. The Bill allows the patients who've been exhausted with every other option to try drugs which have not yet being approved for use.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-05-24

One of the giants of 20th century American literature, the novelist Philip Roth has died at the age of 85. Roth's novel Portnoy's Complaint published in 1969, scandalized the US and made him celebrity. He won the Pulitzer prize for Fiction for American Pastoral in 1998.                                                    

The government in North Korea has agree to let a team of South Korean journalists to watch the dismantling of its nuclear test site at Punggye-ri . Pyongyang had earlier refused them visas.


The former South Korea's president Lee Myung-bak is going on trial on corruption charges. Prosecutors accuse Mr.Lee of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power. His dismiss evidence against him as fabrications.


The new Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said he would cut the salaries of cabinet ministers by 10%. Mahathir said he was also looking of ways of reducing the country's debt.



The funeral of a Pakistani exchange student killed in a school shooting in a US state of Texas has taken place in Karachi. Sabika Sheikh was among 10 pupils killed in last week's attack in Santa Fe.


The US House of Representatives has passed legislation that will relax bankrolls introduced by the Obama administration in a wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Critics warned it might increase the risk of future bank failures and bailouts.


The most senior Roman Catholic priest to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse, the Australian archbishop Philip Wilson has announced he will step aside from his duties, but isn't resigning. He was found guilty of failing to report crimes committed by another priest in the 1970s.

The US House of Representatives has voted to expand the rights of terminally ill people across America to be treated with experimental drugs. The bill allows patients who've exhausted every other option to try drugs which have not yet been approved for use.








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[Homework]BBC 2018-05-24

BBC News with Jerry Smit
One of the giants of 20 century American literature, the novelist Phillip Roth has died at the age of 85. Ruth’s novel, Portnoy’s Complaint published in 1969 scandalised the US and made him celebrity. He won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for American Pastoral in 1998.

The government in North Korea has agreed to let a team of South Korean journalists to watch the dismantling of its nuclear test site at Punggye-ri.  Pyongyang had earlier refused them visits.

The former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak is going on trial on corruption charges. Prosecutors accused President Lee of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power. He has dismissed evidence against his fabrications.  
The New Malaysia President Mahathir Mohamad has said he would cut the series of cabinet ministers by 10 percent. Doctor Mahathir said he was also looking ways for reducing the country’s dead.

A funeral of a Pakistan exchange student killed in a school shooting in the US state of Texas has taken place in Karachi. Sabika Sheikh was among 10 people killed in last week’s attack in Santa Fe.

The US House of Representative has passed legislation that will relax bank rules introduced by the Obama Administration in the wake of 2008 financial crisis. Critics warned it might increase the risks of future bank failures and bailouts.

The most senior Roman Catholic priest to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse, the Australian archbishop Phillip Wilson has announced he would step aside from his duties but isn’t resigning. He was found guilty of failing to report crimes committed by another priest in the 1970s.

The US House of Representative has voted to expand the rights of terminally ill people across American to be treated with experimental drugs. The bill allows patients who have exhausted every other option to try drugs which have not yet been approved for use.
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