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[Homework]BBC 2018-09-27

1. India's Supreme Court has ruled that adultery is no longer a criminal offence, instead describing it as a civil matter. The court also rule that men and women should be treated equally in such cases. Our south Asia editor Jomgivering reports: the law dating back to the colonial era treated a wife as her husband's property. If a husband suspected her infidelity, he had the right to pursue a criminal case against her lover, or give permission for the extra marital sex if he chose. A wife did not have the same rights regarding her husband's behavior. Today, judges accepted arguments that adultery should be a civil matter and possible grounds for divorce, but not a criminal offense. A husband was not the master of his wife they said. The government had opposed change.
2. President Trump has defended his Supreme Court nominee Brett Cavanaugh, despite new and serious allegations of sexual misconduct made against him by a third woman. But speaking at a press conference, he said it would be interesting to hear what Christine Blasey Ford, the first woman to come forward, have to say when she testify later before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Judge Cavanaugh has denied all accusations against him. Our correspondent in Washington, Chris Buckler, says Mr. Trump also indicated he could withdraw the nomination. You could argue, on the one hand, he has to do that. He has to be seen to take all of the allegations seriously. But he also give that indication that his mind could be changed. And in another part of the news conference, he even raised the possibility that if Cavanaugh was not going to go ahead, he might even pick a woman to be his Supreme Court choice. Now that gives you an idea that he is thinking about just whether or not Brett Cavanaugh is the man for this job, or what would happen if he doesn't do a good performance in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
3. The Chinese Foreign Minister, WANG Yi, has rejected an accusation made by President Trump that Beijing is interfering in November's US congressional elections. Mr. Trump told the UN Security Council that Beijing didn't want his Republican party to win because his administration was challenging China on trade. Speaking afterwards at a press conference, Mr. Trump added that Beijing was wary of his powerful intellect. If you look at Mr. Pearce Burry, the leading authority on China, he was on a good show, I won't mention the name of the show, recently, and he was saying that China has total respect for Donald Trump and for Donald Trump's very very large brain. He said out Donald Trump, they don't what to do.
4. President Trump has said that he doesn't have a time frame for North Korea to dispose of its nuclear weapons. He made the comments after his Secretary of State Mike Compel said he plan to visit Pyongyang next month to set up a second summit with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
5. International Monetary Fund has agreed to speed up a batch of emergency loans to Argentina, and provide a bigger bailout than initially planned. The IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said it was the largest ever program of payments put together by the IMF. The new loan agreement increases an existing package to $57 billion over 3 years.
6. A tribunal in Guatemala has ruled that the killing of 1700 Ixil Mayans in the early 1980s amounted to genocide, but it acquitted Jose Mauricio Rodriguez of genocide and crimes against humanity. The ruling said the retired General had not been in a position to give orders. He was the head of military intelligence under the dictatorship of General Efrain Rios Montt.
7. The chairman of Australia's national broadcaster ABC has resigned after claims he tried to get a senior economic journalist fired because the government didn't like her coverage. The ABC board had asked Justin Milln to step aside. An enquiry has been opened about possible political interference of the state-funded broadcaster. Howgrifens reports: the ABC isn't the biggest broadcaster in terms of viewers. It doesn't have arguably the most even high-profile presenters anymore. But it is an essential part of life, because it i what many aussies grew up with. And when you look at the trust ratings in Australia, it's in the top 10, right up there with ? banks and post office. It is something that many aussies, even if they don't watch or listen, regards important to them. And that's why the integrity, the impartiality of ABC is vital to its future.
8. A tour in China by the German theater director Thomas Sausdmire has been stopped by officials after members of the audience in Beijing chanted slogans demanding free speech. Production of the Epson's and Enemy of the People includes a scene where the audience is encouraged to interact with the actors.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-09-27

1.   Indian supreme court has ruled that adultery is no longer a criminal offence, instead describing it as a ? mater. The court also ruled that man and woman should be treat equally in such cases. Our South Asia editor J.Every reports:     The law dating back to the colonial era treated wife as her husband's property. If her husband suspected her ?, he had the right to pursue a criminal case against her lover, or give permission for the extra marital sex if he chose. A wife did not have the same rights regarding her husband behavior. Today judge ? the arguments that the adultery should be a civil matter and possible grands that divorce but not a criminal events. A husband was not the master of his wife they said, the government had a pulse to change.


2.   President Trump has defended his supreme court nominee Brad Kavino despite new and serious allegation of sexual misconduct made against him by a third woman. But speaking at a press conference, he said he'll be interesting to hear what Christine B.Ford, the first woman to come forward how to say which testify later before the senate judiciary committee. Judge Kavino has denied all accusations against him. Our correspondent in Washington Chris Bakeler says Mr.Trump laso indicated he could withdraw the nomination:
     The current argue on the one hand he has to do that, he has to be seen to take all of the allegations seriously. But he also gave us indications that his mind could be changed. And in another parts of the news conference, he even with the possibility that if Brad Kavino was not going to go ahead, he might even pick a woman to be a supreme court choice. Now that us  idea that he is thinking about just whether or not Brad Kavino is the man for this job, or would happen if he dosen't ? performance in front the senate judiciary committee.


3.   The Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has rejected an accusation made by presidnet Trump for Beijing is interfering in November's US congressional elections. Mr. Trump told the UN security council that Beijing didn't want his republican party to win because his administration is challenging China on trade. Speaking afterwards at the press conference, Mr.Trump added that Beijing was weary at his powerful intellect:
      If you looked at Mr.Pealspery, the leading authority, when China he's on the good choice I want mention in ?the show recently. And he would say that China has total respect for Donald Trump and Donal Trump's very very large he ?. He said out Donald Trump they don't know what to do.
     President has said that he dosen't have time frame for North Korea to dispose its nuclear weapons. He made the comments after his secretary  of state Mike Panpel said he plan to visit Pyongyong nest month to set up a second summit with the North Korean leader Kim Jeo-um.


4.   International monetary fund has agreed to speed up a ? emergency loans to Argentina and provide a bigger ? the initially plant.  The IMF managing directer Christin Lagard said it was the largest program of payments put together by the IMF. The new loan agreement increases a existing package to 57 billion dollars over 3 years.


5.   A trail bureau in Guatemala has ruled that the killing of 1700 issue minds in the early 1980s are amount to genocide. But it quited Husi Mary S. of genocide and crime against humanity. The ruling said the retired general had not been in a position to give orders. He was a head of minitary intelligence under the dictatorship of general Y.I.


6.   The chairman of Australia's national broadcaster ABC has resigned after claimed he try to get a senior economic journalist fired because the government didn't like her coverage. ABC ? has asked Justine M. to step asaid. An enquiry has been opened about possible political interference of the state about the broadcaster. H.Grefits reports:
     The ABC isn't the biggest broadcaster intern the viewers, It dosn't have ? be the most even high profile present anymore. But it isn't essential part of life because there were many of these grow up with.  And when you look at the trust rating in Australia, it's in the top ten ride up there with ? banks and postoffice. It is something that many are these, even they don't want to listen, regarded and ? to that. And that's why the integrity, the ? the ABC is ? to future.


7.   A tour in China by the German theater director Tomas Th. has been stoped by officials after members of the audiences in Beijing chanted slogan to demand free speech. The production of Ibsen's The Enemy of the People includs the scenes inquire the audiences ? encourage to interact with the actors.

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