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[Homework]BBC 2019-04-16 音频故障,请大家先听写其它节目!

France’s junior interior minister L N says around 25 firefighters risked their lives to save Notre Dame Cathedral from total destruction.
Saluting their courage, Mr. N has said they combated the flames within the cathedral to bell towers. He said for about half an hour the whole edifice was at risk of tumbling. Offers of help both financially and practical have been flooding in after the president M vowed the cathedral would be rebuilt. France’s businesses and richest families, including the cosmetics L oreal (欧莱雅)and the oil company TOTAL 道达尔have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars. Appeals are also being made to wealthy American benefactors.

The head of Algeria’s constitutional council T B has stepped down following calls for his resignation by the pro-democracy demonstrators who’ve been holding mass rallies. Earlier this month, the protest succeeded in forcing president B from office.
A court in B has sentenced nearly 140 people to jail on terrorism charges in a mass trial. 69 of the accused were given life terms, dozens of them were trialed in absent there.  

A court in Mosco has sentenced a Norwegian 14 to years in prison on charges of a spy on Russia’s nuclear submarine program. 63 year old x had denied the charges.            

The European parliament has overwhelmingly approved a law which for the first time gives a whistle blower across the EU greater protection. The new law shields them from punishment for reporting breaches of EU law and creates safe channels of reporting the information.

The team from Reuters news agency including two journalists jailed in Myanmar has won the Pulitzer prizes for their reporting on the murder of x Muslims. The prizes ??      
      
                                                   
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France's junior interim minister * says around 25 firefighters risk their lives to save  Notre Dame Cathedrals from total destruction. Saluting the courage, Mr. * they combated the flames from within the Cathedrals * bell towels.  He said for about half an hour they whole * was at risk risk of tumbling. Offers of help by financial and practical  have been flooded in from around the world after president * vowed that the Cathedral would be rebuilt. France's businesses and richest families including the cosmetics' giant L'Oreal and the oil company * have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars. Appeals are also being made to wealthy American benefactors. The head of Algeria's constitutional council * has stepped down following calls for his resignation by the pro-democracy demonstrators who's been holding mass rallies. Earlier this week, the protestors succeed in forcing president * from offices.
The court in * has sentenced nearly 140 people to jail on terrorism charges in a mass trial. 69 accused were given life terms, dozens of them were tried in absent there.
The court in Moscow has sentenced * to 14 years in prison on charges of spying on Russia's nuclear submarine program. 63-year-old * has denied the charges.
The European parliament has overwhelmingly approved a law which for the time given whistleblowers across the EU great protection. The new law sheltered them from punishment for reporting breathes of EU and creates safe channels reporting the information.
A team for the Reuters' news agency including two journalists jailed in Myanmar has won Pulitzer prize for their reporting on the murder of * Muslim. The prize for latest *.

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France Junior interior minister LN says around 20 firefighters risk their lives to safe N cathedral from total destruction.Saluting their courage Mr N said they combated the flames from within the cathedral's 2 bell towers.He said that for about half an hour the whole eddfice was at risk of tumbling.Offers of help both financial and practical have been flooding in from around the world,after President E Macron vowed that the Cathedral would be rebuilt.France's businesses and richest families including the Cosmetics giant L and oil company Totol have pleaged hundreds of millions of dollars.Appeals are also being made to weahthy American benifactors.

The head of Algria's constituional council TB has stepped down,following calls for his resignation by the pro-democracy demonstraters who've been holding mass rallies,earlier this month the protesters succeeded in forcing President B from office.

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A court in Moscow has sentenced  a Norweign to 14 years in prison,on charges of spying on Russia nuclear submarine program,63 year FD had denied the charges.The EU parliment has overwhelming approved a law which for the first time gives whisleblowers across the EU greater protection,The new law shields them from punishment for reporting breaches of EU law,and creates  safe channels reporting the information.

A team from Reuters news agency including 2 jornalists jailed in Myema has won the Plucher prize,for their reporting on the murder of Rohingin Muslims, [news:/s/01:54.5-01:58.6] the Prize  will late stream awards given to walo in Kiosowu.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-04-16 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC news with Julie Candler
France’s junior interior minister Laurent Nunez says round 25 fire fighters risked their lives to save Notre Dame Cathedral from total destruction. Saluting their courage, Mr Nunez said they combated the flame from within the cathedrals to bell towers. He said that for about half an hour, the whole davit was at risk of tumbling.


Offers for help both financial and practical have been flooding in from around the world after President Emmanuel Macron vowed that the cathedral would be rebuilt. France’s businesses and richest families including the cosmetic giant L’Oreal and the oil company TOTAl have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars. Appeals are also being made to wealth American benefactors.


The head of Algeria’s constitutional council Tayib Belaiz has stepped down following cause for his resignation by the pro-democracy demonstrators who have been holding mass rallies. Earlier this month, the protestors succeeded in forcing President Bouteflika from office.


A court in Bahrain has sentenced nearly 140 people to jail on terrorism charges in a mass trial. 69 of the accused were given life terms. Dozens of them were trialled absentia.  


A court in Mexico has sentenced the Norwegian to 14 years in prison on charges of spying on Russia’s nuclear submarine program. 63-year-d old Frode Berg had denied the charges.


The European parliament has overwhelmingly approved a law which for the first time gives whistle blowers across the EU great protection. The new law shields them from punishment for reporting breaches of EU law and creates safe channels for reporting the information.


A team from the Reuter’s agency, including two journalists jailed in Myanmar has won the Pulitzer prize for their reporting on the murder of Rohingya Muslims. The prize is the latest in a string of awards given to Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo.


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BBC News with Julie Candler.  

France's junior Interior Minister * says around 20 firefighters risk their lives to save Notre-Dame Cathedral from total destruction. Saluting their courage, Mr. * said they combated the flames from within the Cathedral’s two bell towels.  He said that for about half an hour the whole edifice was at risk of tumbling.

Offers of help both financial and practical have been flooded in from around the world after President Emmanuel Marcon vowed the Cathedral would be rebuilt. France's businesses and richest families including the cosmetics' giant L'Oreal and the oil company Total have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars. Appeals are also being made to wealthy American benefactors.

The head of Algeria's constitutional council * has stepped down following calls for his resignation by the pro-democracy demonstrators who've been holding mass rallies. Earlier this month, the protestors succeed in forcing President * from office.

A court in Bahrain has sentenced nearly 140 people to jail on terrorism charges in a mass trial. 69 of accused were given life terms, dozens of them were tried in absentia.

A court in Moscow has sentenced to Norwegian to 14 years in prison on charges of spying on Russia's nuclear submarine program. 63-year-old * has denied the charges.

The European parliament has overwhelmingly approved a law which for the first time gives whistleblowers across the EU greater protection. The new law shields them from punishment for reporting breathes of EU law and creates safe channels reporting the information.

A team from the Reuters' news agency including two journalists jailed in Myanmar has won the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on the murder of Rohingya Muslims. The prize for * awards giving to * and *.

BBC News.
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