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1. North Korea has warned of the possible permanentblock on any denuclearization following the in position of new sanctions on itsofficials by the United States. The sanctions come after reports of presscensorship. Reader signals being jammed and people being in prison for watchingforeign films. The North Korea leader XX reached a vague deal indenuclearization with President Trump in June. But progress has seen stopped.
2. President Trump said he will view thecase of U.S. army officer charge last week with the murder of an afghan man 8years ago. XX has twice confessed to the killing. He was first investigated in2011 but not charged.
3. Senior British government figures have distancedthemselves from the media reports linking them to move to have a secondreferendum on Brexit. Prime Minister Teresa May’s chief staff denied he washelping to plan a public vote. A defective deputy said he thought a secondreferendum would be divisive.
4.thousands of people have been marching inHungarian capital Budapest to protest against the controversial measures onworkers overtime and changes to the judiciary. The new laws always double theovertime workers can be asked to work. They also created a new tier of courts.
5. Police and right-wing anti-migrantprotesters have clashed in Brussels. Police fired teargas to detain nearly 100of more than 500 thousand people who attended the demonstration. It’s beencalled for by far-right groups who oppose the United Nations migrants compact.
6. United Nations special envoy in Yeman XXhas urged the war-in parties to respect the ceasing fire agreement signed inSweden last week. The deal was invented to end fighting in the Port of XX, alifeline for aid deliveries. But air strikes and clashes between husi rebelsand pro-government forces have continued since then.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-12-17

North Korean has warned that the possible permanent block on any denuclearization following the impositions of new sanctions on its officials by the United States. The sanctions come after reports of press censorship, radio signals being jammed and people being prison for watching foreign films. The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reached a vague deal on denuclearization with president Trump in June but the progress has seemed stalled. President Trump said he would review the case of a US army officer charged last week with the murder of an Afghan man 80 years ago. * has twice confessed the killing. He was first investigated in 2011 but not charged.
Senior British government figures have distanced themselves from media report, leaking them to move to have a second referendum on Brexit. Prime minister Theresa May's chief staff denied he was helping to plan a public vote. A de facto deputy said he thought a second referendum would be divisive.
Thousands of people have been marching in the Hungarian capital * to protest against controversial measures on workers' overtime and changes to the judiciary. In new laws, almost double the overtime workers can be asked to work, they also create a new tier of courts.
Police and right-wing anti-migrants protests have clashed in Brussels. Police fired tear gas and detained nearly a hundred of the more than five thousand people who attended the demonstration. It'd been called for far-right groups who opposed United Nations' migration compact.
United Nation's special envoy in Yemen  has urged the warring parties to respect the ceasefire agreement signed in Sweden last week. The deal was meant to end fighting in the port of *, a lifeline for aid deliveries, but airstrikes and clashes between Houthi rebel and pro-government forces have continued since then.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-12-17

1.   North Korea has warmed possible permanent block on any denuclearizations follow the imposition of new sanctions on its officials by teh United States. The Sanctions come after a reports of press censorship, radio signal's been jammed, and people be in presion for watching foreign films. The North Korean leader Kim Jeong-un reached a vague deal on denuclearization with president Trump on June, but progress has seemed stalled.

2.   President Trump has said he will review the case of the US army officer charge last week with the murder of an Afghan man 80 years ago. Major Mathew G. has twice confessed of killing, He was first investigated in 2011 but not charged.


3.   Senior British government figures have distanced themselves with media reports, linking them to move to have a second referendum on Brexit. Prime minister Teresa May's chief staff denied she was helping to plan a public vote. A de facto deputy said he thought a seconde referendum would be divisive.


4.   Thousands of people have been marching in the Hungarian capital Budapest to protest against controversial measures on workers overtime and changes to the judiciary. In new laws always double the overtime workers can be asked to work, they also creat a new tier of courts.


5.   Police and right-wing anti-migrant protesteres have clashed on Brussels. Police fight tear gas  and detained nearly a hundred of the more than 5000 people who attended the demonstration. It has been called for by the far-right groups who opposed  the United Nation's miation combat.


6.   United Nation's special envoy to Yemen Matin G. has urged the war-in parties to respect  the cease fire agreement signed in Sweden last week. The deal was invented to end fighting in the port of Hudata, a life line to aid deliveries. But air strike and clashes between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces have continued since then.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-12-17

north korea has warned that a possible permernant block on any denuclearization following the imposition of new sanctions on its officials by the united states. the sanctions come after reports of press censorship, (新闻检查) radio signals being jammed and people being in prision for watching foreign films. the north korean leader kim jongen reached the vague deal on denuclearization with president trump in june. but progress has seemed stopped.

president trump has said he would review the case of a us army officer charged last week with a murder of an afghan man 18 years ago. xx has twice confessed to the killing, he was first investigated in 2011, but not charged.

senior british government feagures have dismissed themselves inmmediate report, linking them to moves to have a second referendum on brexit.  prime minister theresa may's cheif of staff denied he was helping to plan a public vote. her defected deputy said he thought a second  referendum would be divisive 分裂的.


thousands of people had been marching in the hungarian capital budepes to protest against controversial measures on workers' overtime and changes to the judicial. the new laws almost doubled the overtime workers can be asked to work. it also creats a new tier of courts.




police and rightwing anti-migrant protesters had clashed in brussels. police fired tear gas and detained nearly a hundrend of more than 5 thousand people who attended the demonstration.  it had been called for by far-right groups who opposed the united nations migrations compact (合同,契约).


united nations special envoy to yemen matin grifics has urged the warrent parties to respect the cease fire agreement signed in sweden last week. the deal with end fithting in a port of hodeida, a lifeline that took the aid deliverings. air strikes and clashes between hosive rebels and pro-government forces have continued since then.

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North Korea has warned a possible permanent block on any denuclearization following the imposition of new sanctions on its officials by the United States. The sanctions come after reports of press censorship, radio signals being jammed and people being prisoned for watching foreign films. The North Korean leader Kim Jung-un reached a fake deal of denuclearization with President Trump in June. The progress has since stopped.

President Trump has said he will review the case of a US army officer charged last week with the murder of an Afghan man 8 years ago. Matthew has twice confessed the killing. He was first investigated in 2011 but not charged.

Senior British government figures have dismissed themselves from media reports linking them to moves to have a second referendum on Brexit. Prime Minister Teresa May’s chief staff denied he was helping to plan a public vote. A d deputy said he thought a second referendum will be divisive.

Thousands of people have been marching in the Hungarian capital of Budapest to protest against controversial measures on workers’ overtime and changes to the judiciary. The new laws almost double the overtime workers can be asked to work. They also created a new tier of courts

Police and right-wing migrant protesters have clashed in Brussels. Police fired tear gas and detained nearly 100 of the more than 5,000 who have attended the demonstration. It’s been called for by far right groups who oppose the UN migration compact.

The United Nations special envoy has urged the warring parties to respect the ceasefire agreement signed in Sweden last week. The deal was invented to end fighting in the port of H, a lifeline for aid deliveries. But air strikes and clashes between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces have continued since then.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-12-17

On春山笑靥1.   North Korea has warned possible permanent block on any denuclearizations  following the imposition of new sanctions on its officials by the United States. The Sanctions come after a reports of press censorship, radio signal's been jammed, and people been in prison for watching foreign films. The North Korean leader Kim Jeong-un reached a vague deal on denuclearization with president Trump in June, but progress has since stalled. 2.   President Trump has said he will review the case of the US army officer charge last week with the murder of an Afghan man 80 years ago. Major Mathew G. has twice confessed to the killing, He was first investigated in 2011 but not charged.3.   Senior British government figures have distanced themselves from media reports, linking them to moves to have a second referendum on Brexit. Prime minister Teresa May's chief staff denied she was helping to plan a public vote. A detective deputy said he thought a second referendum would be divisive.4.   Thousands of people have been marching in the Hungarian capital Budapest to protest against controversial measures on workers overtime and changes to the judiciary. In new laws always double the overtime workers can be asked to work, they also create a new tier of courts. 5.   Police and right-wing anti-migrant protesters have clashed in Brussels. Police fighted tear gas  and detained nearly a hundred of the more than 5000 people who attended the demonstration. It had been called for by the far-right groups who opposed  the United Nation's migration compact. 6.   United Nation's special envoy to Yemen Matin G. has urged the war-in parties to respect  the cease fire agreement signed in Sweden last week. The deal was invented to end fighting in the port of Hudata, a life line to aid deliveries. But air strike and clashes between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces have continued since then.                                                   
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BBC News with Garros Barlow.

North Korea has warned that a possible permanent block on any denuclearization following the imposition of new sanctions on its officials by the United States. The sanctions come after reports of press censorship, radio signals being jammed and people being in prison for watching foreign films. the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reached the vague deal on denuclearization with President Trump in June. But progress has seemed stalled.

President Trump has said he will review the case of a U.S. army officer charged last week with a murder of an Afghan man 8 years ago. * has twice confessed to the killing, he was first investigated in 2011, but not charged.

Senior British government figures have distanced themselves from media report, linking them to moves to have a second referendum on Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May's chief of staff denied he was helping to plan a public vote. Her defacto deputy said he thought a second referendum would be divisive.

Thousands of people have been marching in the Hungarian capital Budapest to protest against controversial measures on workers overtime and changes to the judiciary. The new laws almost doubled the overtime workers can be asked to work. They also create a new tier of court.

Police and rightwing anti-migrant protesters have clashed in Brussels. Police fired tear gas and detained nearly a hundred of more than 5 thousand people who attended the demonstration. It’s been called for by far-right groups who opposed the United Nations migration compact.

United Nations’ special envoy to Yemen Martin * has urged the warring parties to respect the cease fire agreement signed in Sweden last week. The deal was to end fighting in a port of *, a lifeline for aid deliveries. But air strikes and clashes between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces have continued since then.

Live from London. That’s the latest BBC World News.
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