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[Homework]BBC 2018-10-09

1.   Scientists had said politicians and society ? act rapidly to prevent the world experiencing a dangerous rising temperature. In a new report from a intergovernmental ? climate change, they also said massive changes would be needed to keep global warming to below 1.5 degree ?. These inclue changes to the food we eat, the life we live under way energe generated. Here's David Shukmen:     The obvious quetion about the reported weather any of its radical suggestion was mortally feasible.  The generation of electricity, the power of transport, the running of industry, all of these it says need go a centarlly  carbon free within a few sure decads. With China, India anothers so rely on coal and other fossil fuels. The idea that such a rapid shift seems implausible. On top that, president Trump is in the process of withdrawing from the only international agreement on climate change.


2.   The far-right candidate in the Brazilian presidential election has blamed flows in the electronic voting machines for his failure to score on outright victory. S.Borsenaru suprised most analysts by taking 46% of vote in Sunday's  openning round, of ? percentage that have been forecast. Mr.Borsenaru will now need to be the left wing candidate Fenandal A. in a runoff. Mr. Borsenaru said many problams needed investegation:
     There are 3 weeks to go until the second round. We will go to the Supreme electral trial bureau to ? the solution to what happend. And there were many things, not just the few. I'm certain that if this hadn't happend, and we can trust the electronic vote, we would if know the name of the president of teh republic tonight.


3.   The head of the United Nation refugee agency Phlip Borgrandian has described the ? of Venezuelans from their country as a monumental crisis. He was speaking during his visit to the border area of neighboring Columbia, the country that received about a half of the 2 million people who fled Venezuela in the face of severe ecnomic crisis.


4.   The official news agency of North Korea's country's leader Kim Joen-un has prayed his talks with teh US secretary of state Mike Ponpel. It said Mr.Kim called the discussion in Pyongyang on Sunday productive and wonderful. The details from Lora Beca:
     What we doing know is for progress has actually been made. The positive are this: this time arrange, Mike Ponpel actually met Kim Joen-un. On his lis tvisit, he seems have been a ? by the North Korea leader. This time, not only did he meet him for 2 hours, they even have lunch together, and that seems suprised North Korean officials. Also in the summit, a second perspective summit between Donald Trump and Kim Joen-un, maybe on the cards Donald Trump twitted that he hopes to see chairman Kim in the near future.


5.   School children in Palu, the Indonesian city devastated 11 days ago by a massive earthquake and tsunami are returning to classes today. Many will be helping to clear rubble and ? from school buildings damaged or destroyed in the 7.5 magnitude ?, which struck the island of Sula Wesi.


6.   Preliminary result from elections in Bosnia at her governor suggest hard line Bosnia ? nationalist Milera Dodic has won a seat on the country's ? ? presidentcy. Guaid Noly has details:
     If the results have comfirmed, Mr.Dondic will take one of of the 3 seats on Bosnia's presidency until take turns with the 2 other members as head of state. He's frequently agitated for the sensation of the majority ethnic ? ? region republic S. His position will be weaken if his party loses all controler, The ? act nationalist Dragen Choviqi has appeared lost his seat on presidentcy, his replacemen is a generally multi ethnic candidate J.C., have a ? father, a ? mother, and has married to a Bosniak. Sh.J. won the remaining seat.


7.   The Authorities in China say the former head of ? Wang Hongwei is a ? to have  taken ? and broken the law. The statement has been posted on public security ministry a day after Beijing said Mr.Wang has been detain during the visit to his homeland.


8.   In Spain a Madrid court has dued to the issue of its ? later today in a case at V.V., a former doctor accused of stealing new born babies from their mothers and supplying them to infertile couples during and after the dictatorship of general Franco. The 85-year old retired gynecologist is accused of having taken innocent Madrid girl who's now 49, and given her to another woman who was 35 falsely as her real mother

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[Homework]BBC 2018-10-09

Scientists have said politicians and society must act rapidly to prevent the world experiencing a dangerous rising temperature in a new report from the intergovernmental panel on climate change. They also said massive changes will be needed to keep global warming to below 1.5 degree Celsius. These include changes to the food we eat, the lives we live underway, energy generated. Here's *. The obvious question about the report is whether any of its radical suggestions are remotely visible. The generations of electricity, a powering transport, the running of industry, all of these are says need to go an essentially carbon-free within a few short decades. With China, India and others, so rely on coal and fossils fuels, the idea of a such rapid shift is impossible. On top of that, president Trump is in the process of withdrawing from the only international agreement on climate change.The far-right candidate in the Brazilian presidential election has blamed flaws in electronic voting machines for his failure to score an outright victory. * suppressed most analysts by taking 46 percent of vote in Sunday's opening around, a much higher percentage than had been forecast. Mr.* will now need to be the left-wing candidate of * in a run-off, Mr. * said many problems need investigations. There are three weeks to go until the second round. Will go to the supreme * tribunal to demand solutions to whats happened. And it was many thing not just the few. I'm certain if these haven't happened, and we get trusty electronic votes, we would have known the names of the presidents of the Republican tonight.
The head of the United Nations Refugee Agency * has described the exit from Venezuelans from their country as a monumental crisis. He was speaking during a visit aboard an area of neighboring Columbia, a country that received about a half of the two million people who fled Venezuela in the face of a severe economic crisis.
The official news agency of North Korea says the country's leader Kim Jong-un has praised his talks with the US secretary of State *. He said Mr. Kim called the discussions in Pyongyang on Sunday productive and wonderful. The details from *. What we do know is what progress has actually been made. The positives are these, this time around, * actually met Kim Jong-un. On his last visit he seemed to have been * by the North Korean leader, this time, not only did he meet him for tour, they even have lunch together and that seems to have surprised North Korean officials. Also, the summit, a second perspective summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un may be on the car, Donal Trump twitted that he hoped chairman Kim in the near future.
School children in *, the Indonesian city devastated eleven days ago by a massive earthquake and tsunami are returning to classes today. Many will be helping to clear rubble and debris from school buildings damaged or destroyed in the 7.5 magnitude * which struck the island of *.
Preliminary results from elections in * governors suggest the hardline * nationalist * has won a seat on the country's * presidency. * has the details. If the results are confirmed, Mr.* will take one f the three seats on *'s president and will take terms with the other two members as the head of the State. He's frequently agitated for the succession of the majority ethnic serb autonomous region Republican *. But his position will be weaken if his party loses all over control there. The * nationalist * appears to have lost his seat on the presidency. His replacement is generally multi-ethnic candidate. * has a Serb father and * mother, and has married to *. * won the remaining seat.
The authorities in the China say the former head of Interpol * is alleged to have taken bribes and broken the law. A statement has been post on public security ministry, a day after Beijing said Mr.* had been detained during a visit to his homeland.
In Spain, the * court is due to issue its verdict later today in a case of *, a former doctor accused of stealing new born babies from their mothers and suppling them to infertile couples during and after the dictatorship of *. The 85-year-old, retired * is accused of having taken innocent * girl who is now 49,  and giving her to another woman who was 35 falsely as her real mother.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-10-09

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Scientists have said politicians and society must act rapidly to prevent the world experiencing a dangerous rising temperature. In a new report from the intergovernmental panel on climate change. They also said massive changes will be needed to keep global warming to below 1.5 degree Celsius. These include changes to the food we eat, the lives we live underway, energy generated. Here's David Shukmen.
The obvious question about the report is whether any of its radical suggestions are remotely feasible(有可行性的). The generations of electricity, the powering transport, the running of industry, all of these are says need to go essentially carbon-free within a few short decades. With China, India and others, so rely on coal and other fossils fuels, the idea of such a rapid shift is implausible(难以置信的). On top of that, president Trump is in the process of withdrawing from the only international agreement on climate change.


The far-right candidate in the Brazilian Presidential election has blamed flaws in electronic voting machines for his failure to score an outright victory. S.Borenaru surprised most analysts by taking 46 percent of the vote in Sunday's opening around, a much higher percentage than being forecast. Mr. Borenaru will not need to beat the left-wing candidate of F.A. in a run-off, Mr. Borenaru said many problems needed investigations.
There are three weeks to go until the second round. We'll go to the supreme elector tribunal to demand solutions to what's happened. And it is many thing not just the few. I'm certain that if these haven't happened, and we can trust the electronic votes, we would have known the names of the Presidents of the Republican tonight.


The head of the United Nations Refugee Agency Phlip Borgrandian has described the accidents in Venezuelans from their country as a monumental crisis. He was speaking during a visit to a border area of neighboring Columbia, a country that received about a half of the two million people who fled Venezuela in the face of a severe economic crisis.


The official news agency of North Korea says the country's leader Kim Jong-un has praised his talks with US secretary of State Mike Ponpel. He said Mr. Kim called the discussions in Pyongyang on Sunday productive and wonderful. The details from Lora Beca.
What we do know is for progress has actually been made, the positives are these. This time around, Mike Ponpel actually met Kim Jong-un. On his last visit he seemed to have been a snob by the North Korean leader, this time, not only did he meet him for tour, they even have lunch together and not seems to have surprised North Korean officials. Also, in the summit, a second perspective summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, may be on the car, Donald Trump twittered that he hoped chairman Kim in the near future.


School children in Paru, the Indonesian city devastated eleven days ago by a massive earthquake and tsunami are returning to classes today. Many will be helping to clear rubble and debris from school buildings damaged or destroyed in the 7.5 magnitude tremble which struck the island of *.


Preliminary results from elections in Bosina and Herzegovina suggest the hardline Bosina in serve nationalist * has won a seat on the country's tri-part presidency. * has the details. If the results are confirmed, Mr.* will take one of the three seats on Bosina's presidency and will take turns with the other two members as head of the State. He's frequently agitated for the succession of the majority ethnic serb autonomous region Republican *. But his position will be weaken if his party loses overall control there. The Croat nationalist * appears to have lost his seat on the presidency. His replacement is a generally multi-ethnic candidate, * has a Serb father and Croat mother, and has married to Bosinac. * won the remaining seat.


The authorities in the China say the former head of Interpol Meng Hongwei is alleged to have taken bribes and broken the law. A statement has been posted on public security ministry, a day after Beijing said Mr. Meng had been detained during a visit to his homeland.


In Spain, the Madrid court is due to issue its verdict later today in a case of *, a former doctor accused of stealing new born babies from their mothers and supplying them to infertile couples during and after the dictatorship of General Franker. The 85-year-old, retired * is accused of having taken innocent Madrid girl who is now 49,  and giving her to another woman who was certified falsely as her real mother.
                                                   
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