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[Homework]BBC 2018-09-16

The strongest typhoon so far this year is battering the northern Philippines with violent winds and torrential rains. Typhoon * made landfall on the country's mainland early on Saturday, blowing down trees, ripping off roofs,  and knocking out electricity supplies. * is on the island. We are on the road between * and * province, two of the hottest hit areas. Overnight, this area was battered by high winds and heavy rains. All we hear the winds are still off here. We * spell trees ripped into threads and the * all over the streets. We've also reported that there are bridges that had been * because of flooding and landslides. Most people are concerned about what happened in the remote coastal area because the pour that really took the * storm. The US National hurricane Center has said storm Florence is moving to East and South Carolina, bringing life threatening surges and strong winds. At least five people have dead. * is in *, North Carolina. Florence is no longer a hurricane, but officials in the Carolinas are continually stressing that remains a dangerous storm. Floodings seem to the primary concern at this points with more heavy rainfalls forecast throughout the weekend and storm surges threatening to push further water inland. Parts of new * in Carolina already under ten feet of sea water and more than 360 residents there had to be rescued from their homes. The governor of the state * says people would be * soon a as the worst is over.
The head of the organization of American state * has said that military intervention to overthrow president of Venezuela shouldn't be ruled out.  He was speaking to reporters in the Columbia city of *, the border with Venezuela when he met Venezuelans who have fled their country. In *, he said democracy was the only way to solve the exit of people leaving Venezuela. The Venezuelan people have paid a high price to recover their freedom, to recover their democracy but it hasn't been recovered yet. International Community has provided an answer to this. International community is responsible and can't permit dictatorship in Venezuela. The dictatorship affects the stability of entire region. Reporters from Venezuela say that three foreign journalists who were detained Friday have been released after eight hours in custody. The National Union of media workers say they were detained as they tried to leave the country through the Columbian border. Two of the journalists are British nationals and one is from Argentina. They've been reporting Venezuela's economic crisis. Three security guards hired by but then were detained in the western city of * on Wednesday.
The Brazilian far-right presidential candidate * has maintained his lead in the opinion polls from the * institute released a week after he was stabbed in the campaign rally. He said Mr.* who was recovering in hospital is preferred by 26% of voters. The biggest game, however, have been winner by the left-wing candidate * who's been tied in the second place with 13 percent.
The US secretary of state * has accused his predecessor * of trying to undermine America's policy towards Iran. Mr.* told journalists that by meeting Iranian officials in back channels talks. Mr.* who helped negotiate international a nuclear agreement with Iran in 2015 engaged in world's largest state sponsor of *. Mr.* has denied advising Iran on dealing with president Trump's decision to abandon the nuclear deal.
Pope Franchises is visiting the Italian island of * today to pay homage to a priest murdered by the mafia 25 years ago. Father * was shot dead in * when he helped keeping local youth away from drugs and from the mafia.
The US space agency NASA will today launch a billion dollar worth satellite into space on a mission to provide more precise information on how the world's ice sheet are being eroded by the global warming. Here is our science correspondent *. Our sate is being set up on a rocket that will put it until * that take seat almost directly of the pulls. From this * point, file its scree-laser down and see and * to track changes and height. Faster the being impulses of life * the satellite, the thicker the eyes. Previous observation has shown that both mitotic greenland, a losing math has warmed ocean water erodes the edges. A floating sea ice has lost two thirds of its volume since the 1980s.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-09-16

1.   The strongest typhoo so far this year is ? the northern Philipines with violent winds and torrential rains. Typhoon M. made landfall on the country's main island L. earlier on Saturday, blowing down trees, ripping off roofs and knockong out electricity supplies. H. Jonson is on the island:      We are on the road between the Esabela and Chickian province, 2 of the hottest hit areas. Overnight these areas were battered by high winds and heavy rains. All we hear the winds are still ? here. We ? on the road, the ? people fell trees riped the thread and the ? all over the street. We also have reported the bridges that have been closed because of the flooding and landslides. But most people are concerned about happened in the remote coastal area, becuase back the ? that realy took the ? of the storm.


2.   The US National hurricane center has said storm Florience is moving into eastern and south Carolina, bringing lifethreatening storm surges and strong winds. At least 5 people have died. Chrise Bartler is in Wemington, North Carolina:
     Florience is no longer a hurricane, but officials in Carolines are continuely  stressing that remains of dangerous storm. Flooding seems to be the primary concern of this points with more heavy rain fall forecast throughout the weekend and storm surges  threating to push further water in land. Parts of New ? Carolina are alreading under 10 feet of sea water, and more than 360 residents there had be rescued from their homes. The governor of the state Will Kooper says people will be ? to a soon, but the worst is over.


3.   The head of organization of American state Luisa Margro has said the military intervention to overthrow president Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela shouldn't be ruled out. She was speaking to reporters in the Colunbian city of Cockta, the border with Venezuela, when she met with Venezuelans who had fled their country. In Cockta she said the democracy is the only way to solve the exit of people leaving Venezuela:
      The Venezuelan people have payed high prise to recover their freedom, to recover their democracy, and it hasn't been recovered yet. International community has provide anwser to this, international community is responsible and cann't permit dictatorship in Venezuela.  The dictatorship the affects the stability of entire region.
     Reporters from Venezuela said that 3 foreign journalists who was detained on Friday have been released after 8 hours in custody. The National Union Media workers said they were detained as they try to leave the country through a Colunbian border. 2 of the journalists are British nationals and one of is from Argentina, they've been reporting on Venezuela's economic crisis, 3 security guards hired by them were detain in the western city of K. on Wednesday.


4.   The Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Julia Borsenaral has maintain his lead in the opinion poll from the D. institute released a week after he was stapped in a campaign rally. It says Mr.Borsenaral who was covering in hospital is preferred by 26% of voters. The beggist gain however has been made by the left-wing candidate Fernando Hardade, who's tied in second place with 13%.


5.   The US secretary of state Mick Penpel has accused his predecessor Jone Kery of trying to undermine American policy towards Iran. Mr.Penpel told journalists that by meeting Iranian officials in back channel talks, Mr. Kery, who helped negotiated international nuclear agreement with Iran in 2015, engaged with world's largest states sponsor of ?. Mr.Kerry has denied advisnig Iran on dealing with president Trump's decision to abundant nuclear deal.


6.   Pope Francis is visiting the Italian island of Sicily today to pay homage to a priest murdered by the mafia 25 years ago. Father G.P. was shot dead in Plemo when he helped to keep local youth away from the drugs and from the mafia.


7.   The US space agency NASA will today launch a billion dollar satellite into space on a mission to provide more precise information on how the earth ice sheets have been eroded by globle warming. Here's our science correspondent Joneson Nemorts:
     ? is being set up on the rocket that will put it until a ? that take seat almost directely over the pulls. From this vantage point, the space graph file its scree laser down and see a land line to track changes in hight. The faster have been impulses of  live ? spect the satellite to fake the ice. Previous observations have showed that both Antarctic and Greenland are losing mass as warm ocean water erodes their edges. And in the Arctic, the floating sea ice is lost 2 thirds of its volumes since the 1980s.

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