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BBC news with Jonathan Izard.



President Trump's outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues ans did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought the US's  children who had no legal right to remain.



The aircraft manufacture Boeing has announced that it completed its computer software update on the 737 Max model which was involved in 2 fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.



The US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has said the restriction on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's access to American markets will come to force on Friday. Mr.Ross stressed that his department ruling was not the start of any negotiations.



The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they had sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaidó said Norway is attempting to mediate, but denied the discussion had already begun.



The British prime minister Theresa May has indicated that she will step down within month. Speaking to conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.



The US state Missouri is the latest to take step towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri's republican-led senate passed the bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.



The US department of agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African Swine Fever. The disease killed tens of thousands of animals in East Asia.



A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he take the DNA tests to resolve a paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next 3 month, or risk of being presumed to be the father of a love child.



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[Homework]BBC 2019-05-17

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BBC News with Johnathan Izard.

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the U.S. immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought to the U.S.’s children who have no legal right to remain.   

The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it completed its computer software update on its 737-Max model which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.  

The U.S. Commerce Secretary Robert * has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s access to American market will come into force on Friday. Mr. * stressed that his department’s ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country’s economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied the discussion had already begun.  

The British Prime Minister Teressa May has indicated that she will step down within month. Speaking to Conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of next vote on her Brexit deal.  

The U.S. state of Missouri is latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri’s Republican-led Senate passed bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy including cases of rape or incest.   

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African swine fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in east Asia.


A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve a paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next three months or risks being presumed to be the father of a love child.


BBC News.

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President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better educated, English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought to the US children who have no legal right to remain.

The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it has completed its computer software update on its 737 MAX model which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.

The US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s access to American markets will come into force on Friday. Mr. Ross stressed his department’s ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they’ve sent delegations to talks held in Norway to try to resolve the country’s political and economic crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied the discussions had already begun.

The British prime minister Teresa May has indicated she will step down within months. Speaking to Conservative MPs, she said she will resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.

The US state of Missouri is the latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri’s republican-led senate passed a bill to ban nearly all termination in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy including cases of rape or incest.

The US Agriculture Department says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African swine fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in east Asia.

A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgian king Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve the paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next three months or risk being presumed to be the father of a love child.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-05-17

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English speaking workers who already have jobs in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposal  failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought to US's children who have no legal right to remain. The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it's completed its computer software in its 737 MAX model which was involved in two fatal crushes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.
The US Commerce secretary * has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunication's company Hua Wei's access to American market will come to force on Friday. Mr.* stressed that his department ruling was not the start of any negotiations.
The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they have sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader * said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied the discussions had already begun.
The British prime minister Theresa May has indicated that she will step down within a month. Speaking to Conservative MPs she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.
The US State of *'s is the latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. *'s republican-led senate passed a Bill to ban nearly all termination in the State after eight weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.
The US Department of Agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African * fever. The disease has killed tens and thousands of animals in eastern Asia. The court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king * to pay daily fines until he takes the DNA test to resolve the penalty dispute. He must provide a slide * in the next three months or risk being presumed to be the father of a love child.

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[Homework]BBC 2019-05-17

1.   President Trump's outline plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He siad younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals fails to address key issues ans did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought the US's  children who had no legal right to remain.

2.   The aircraft manumactory Boeing has announced that it has completed its computer software update on the 737 Max model which was involved in 2 fatal crashes in Indonesai and Ethiopia. The modal has subsequently been grounded.


3.   The US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has said the restriction on the Chinese telecommunications campany Huawei's access to American markets will come to force on Friday. Mr.Ross stressed his department ruling was not the start of any negotiations.


4.   The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they had sent delegations to talks been held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Graido said Norway is attempting to mediate, but denied the discussion had already begun.


5.   The British prime minister Theresa May has indicated that she will step down within month. Speaking to conservative MPs, she said she would resign whaterver the outcome of the next vote on the Brexit deal.


6.   The US state Missouri is the latest to take step towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri's Republican-led senate passed the bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.


7.    The US department of argriculture says it will soon begin testing seak and dead pigs for African Swine Fever. The disease killed tens of thousands of animals in East Asia.


8.    A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he take the DNA tests to resolve a paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva example in the next 3 month, or risk of being presumed to be the father of love child.

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BBC news with Jonathon Izard
President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better-educated, English speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those boarded to the US as children who have no legal right to remain.

The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it’s completed its computer software update on its 737 MAX model which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.

The US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s access to American markets will come into force on Friday.  Mr Ross stressed that his department’s ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they have sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country’s economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to mediate but tonight their discussions had already begun.

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that she will step down within months. Speaking to conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.

The US State of Missouri is the latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri’s Republican-led Senate passed a bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.

The US Department of Agriculture says it will soon begin test sick and dead pigs for African swine fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in east Asia.

A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgian King Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve the paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next three months or risk being presumed to be the father of a love child.

BBC news
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[Homework]BBC 2019-05-17

BBC News with Jonathan I.

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the U.S. immigration system. He said younger, better educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposal failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship to those brought to the U.S. as children who have no legal right to remain.


The aircraft manufacturer has announced that it has completed its computer software updates on its 737 MAX model, which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.


The U.S. Commerce Secretary W. R. said the restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Haiwei's access to American market will come in force on Friday. Mr. R. stressed that his department's ruling was not the start of any negotiations.


The Venezuelan government and opposition have confirmed that they have sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to solve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader G. said Norway was attempting to mediate, but denied that the discussions had already begun.


The British Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that she would step down within months. Speaking to Conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.


The U.S. State of Missouris is the latest to take step towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri's Republican-led Senate passed a bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.


The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will soon begin testing second dead pigs for African swine fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in East Asia.


The Court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium King Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve the paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next three months, or risks of being presumed to be the father of a lovely child.


BBC News.

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President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system.He said Younger better educated english speaking worker,who already have job offers in the US should make up more than half of all legal immigrants.
Dems said the proposals failed to address key issues,and did not offer a route to citizenship to those brought to the US's children who have no legal right to remain.

The aircraft manufactuer Boeing has announced that it's completed its computer software update on its 737 max model,which was invloved in 2 fatel crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia,a model has subsequently been grounded.

The US commerce secretary WRoss has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's access to America markets will come into force on Friday,Mr Ross stressed that his department's ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they've sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis.The opposition leader Guaido,said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied that the discussions had already begun.

The British PM TM has indicated that she will step down within month,speaking to conservative MPs,she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.

The US state of Missuri is the latest take steps towards restricting access to abortion,Missori's Republcian-leb Senate passed a bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregancy,including cases of rape or insest.

The US department of Agriclutrue says  it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African swine fever,the disease's killed tens of thousands of amimals in east Asia.
A court in Brussles has ordered the formal Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve a poternity dispute.He must provide a slide sample in the next 3 month,or risk being presumed to be the father of a love child.
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1.President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the U.S. immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought to the U.S.’s children who have no legal right to remain.   

2. The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it completed its computer software update on its 737-Max model which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.  

3. The U.S. Commerce Secretary Robert * has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s access to American market will come into force on Friday. Mr. * stressed that his department’s ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

4. The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country’s economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied the discussion had already begun.  

5. The British Prime Minister Teressa May has indicated that she will step down within month. Speaking to Conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of next vote on her Brexit deal.  

6. The U.S. state of Missouri is latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri’s Republican-led Senate passed bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy including cases of rape or incest.   

7. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African swine fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in east Asia. 

8. A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he takes a DNA test to resolve a paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next three months or risks being presumed to be the father of a love child.
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BBC news with Jonathan Izard.

President Trump's outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues ans did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought the US's  children who had no legal right to remain.

The aircraft manufacture Boeing has announced that it completed its computer software update on the 737 Max model which was involved in 2 fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.

The US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has said the restriction on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's access to American markets will come to force on Friday. Mr.Ross stressed that his department ruling was not the start of any negotiations.

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they had sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaidó said Norway is attempting to mediate, but denied the discussion had already begun.

The British prime minister Theresa May has indicated that she will step down within month. Speaking to conservative MPs, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.

The US state Missouri is the latest to take step towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri's republican-led senate passed the bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy, including cases of rape or incest.

The US department of agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African Swine Fever. The disease killed tens of thousands of animals in East Asia.

A court in Brussels has ordered the former Belgium king Albert to pay daily fines until he take the DNA tests to resolve a paternity dispute. He must provide a saliva sample in the next 3 month, or risk of being presumed to be the father of a love child.

BBC news.
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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-05-17

BBC news with Jonathan Izard.

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the U.S. immigration system. He said younger, better educated English-speaking workers who've already had job-officers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a ? citizenship for those brought up the U.S.'s children who have no legal right to remain.


The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that its complete ? software update on its 737-Max 8 model which was involved in two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.


The U.S. common secretary ?? has said restrains on the Chinese telecommunication's company Huawei's access to American markets will come into force on Friday. Mr. ? stressed that his department's ruling was not to staff any negotiations.


The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they have sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to media it but tonight the discussions had already begun.


The British prime minister Therasa May has indicated that she would step down within a month. Speaking to conservative ?, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote of her Brexit deal.


The U.S. state M? is the latest to take steps towards restriacting access to abortion. M? republican leader ? passed billed to ban nearly all terminations in the State after 8 weeks of pregnancy including ? or ?.


The U.S. department of agriculture says it will soon begin testing in sick and dead pigs where African swag figure. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in Eastern Asia.


The court in Brussels has ordered the former ?? to pay daily fines on the DNA tests to result potinaty dispute. It must provide a slight sample in the next three month, or ? presumed to be the father of the love child.


BBC news.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-05-17

BBC news with Jonathan Izard.

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus the US immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English-speaking workers who already have job offers in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats say the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a route to citizenship for those brought the US's children who have no legal right to remain.


The aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced that it had completed its computer software update on its 737 Max-8 model which was involved in 2 fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.


The US commerce secretary ?? has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's access to American markets will come into force on Friday. Mr. ? stressed that his department's ruling was the start of any negotiations.


The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed that they've sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country's economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Juan Guaido said Norway was attempting to mediate, but tonight the discussions had already begun.


The British prime minister Teresha May has indicated that she would step down within month. Speaking to conservative ?, she said she would resign whatever the outcome of the next vote on her Brexit deal.


The US state M? is the latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. M?'s republican-led senate passed bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after 8 weeks of pregnancy including cases of rape or incest.


The US department of agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African S? Fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in East Asia.


The court in Brussels has ordered the former ?? to pay daily fines DNA tests to resolve paternity dispute. It must a slight example in the next three months, or ? presumed to be the father of a love child.


BBC news.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-05-17

President Trump has outlined plans to toughen border security and refocus America’s immigration system. He said younger, better-educated English speaking workers who already have jobs in the United States should make up more than half of all legal immigrants. Democrats said the proposals failed to address key issues and did not offer a root to citizenship for those who brought to US children who have no legal right to remain.

The aircraft manufacturer Boing has announced that it’s completed its computer software update on its 737 Max model which was involved two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The model has subsequently been grounded.   

The U.S. commerce secretary Ross has said restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s access to American markets will come into force on Friday. Mr. Ross stressed that the department’s ruling will not the start of negotiations.  

The Venezuelan government and the opposition have confirmed they‘ve sent delegations to talks being held in Norway to try to resolve the country’s economic and political crisis. The opposition leader Huangaidou said Norway was attempting to mediate but denied the discussions had already begun.

The British PM Teresa May has indicated she will step down within a month. Speaking to conservative MPs she said she will resign whatever the result comes of next vote on her Brexit deal.   

The U.S. state of Missouri is the latest to take steps towards restricting access to abortion. Missouri’s republican-led senate passed a bill to ban nearly all terminations in the state after eight weeks of pregnancy including cases of rape or insest.

The U.S. department of agriculture says it will soon begin testing sick and dead pigs for African swan fever. The disease has killed tens of thousands of animals in east Asia.  

The court in Brussel has ordered the former Belgium King ALBERT to pay daily fines until he takes DNA test to result pertenatiy dispute. He must provide saliva in next three months or risk being presumed to be the father of alive child.   
                                                   
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