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The U.S senators have voted to block arms sales, worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, in a rare bi-partisan rebut to Donald Trump. The republican-led senate approved three resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead.  Mr.Trump says he will veto the measures.



President Trump says he finds it's hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone, but he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer has said he was worried that the U.S might bumble into a war.



The world food program has began a partial suspension of aid supplies in areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. The U.N agency has warned earlier this week that it will restrict deliveries if no agreements were reached to prevent the diversion of food from those needed it most.



Police in Georgia has fired rubber bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside parliament. They have been protesting against a visiting Russian MP Sergei Gavrilov. Georgia lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.



Members of the governing conservative party in Britain would choose between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt to be the next leader and the country's prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.



Public sector workers in Venezuela have held several protests in the capital Caracas. They urged the visiting U.N high commissioner for human rights Michelle Bachelet to press the government to release all political prisoners.



South Africa's president Cyril Ramaphosa has used the state of the nation address to describe youth unemployment as a national crisis. He promised to create 2 millions jobs for young people in the next 10 years.



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The U.S senators have voted to block arms sales, worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, in a rare bi-partisan rebut to Donald Trump. The republican-led senate approved three resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead.  Mr.Trump says he will veto the measures.

President Trump says he finds it's hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone, but he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer has said he was worried that the U.S might bumble into a war.

The world food program has began a partial suspension of aid supplies in areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. The U.N agency has warned earlier this week that it will restrict deliveries if no agreements were reached to prevent the diversion of food from those needed it most.

Police in Georgia has fired rubber bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside parliament. They have been protesting against a visiting Russian MP Sergei Gavrilov. Georgia lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.

Members of the governing conservative party in Britain would choose between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt to be the next leader and the country's prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.

Public sector workers in Venezuela have held several protests in the capital Caracas. They urged the visiting U.N high commissioner for human rights Michelle Bachelet to press the government to release all political prisoners.

South Africa's president Cyril Ramaphosa has used the state of the nation address to describe youth unemployment as a national crisis. He promised to create 2 millions jobs for young people in the next 10 years.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-06-21

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The U.S. senators have voted to block arms sales worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries. In a rare bipartisan rebuke to Donald Trump. The republican-led Senate approved three resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead.  Mr. Trump says he will veto the measures.

President Trump says he finds it's hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone, but he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The Senate Democratic leader Chuck * has said he has worried that the U.S. might bumble into a war.

The World Food Program has begun a partial suspension of aid supplies in areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. The UN agency has warned earlier this week that it would restrict deliveries if no agreements were reached to prevent the diversion of food from those who needed most.

Police in Georgia has fired rubber bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside parliament. They’ve been protesting against a visiting Russian MP *. Georgia lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.

Members of the governing Conservative Party in Britain will choose between Boris Johnson and * to be their next leader and the country's Prime Minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.

Public sector workers in Venezuela have held several protests in the capital Caracas. They urged the visiting UN High Commissioner for human rights Michelle * to press the government to release all political prisoners.

South Africa's President * has used the state of the nation address to describe youth unemployment as a national crisis. He promised to create 2 million jobs for young people in the next 10 years.


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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-06-21

1.   The US senate has vote to block arm sells worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries. In a rare bipartisan rebut to Donald Trump, the Republican senate approved 3 resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead. Mr.Trump said he'll veto the measures.

2.   Mr.Trump says he finds it's hard to believe that Teheran would have deliberately shot down an American survellance drone. But he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The senate Demoncratic leader Chuck Schumer has said he's warried that the US might bumble into a war.


3.    The World Food Program has begun a partial suspension of aids supplies in areas of Yemen controled by houthi rebels. The UN agency has warned earlier this week that it would restrict deliveries if no agreement was reached to prevent the diversion of food from those who need it most.


4.   Police in Georgia have fired rubber bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstraters gather outside parliament that have been protesting against the visiting Russian MPs Sergei Gaverilov. Georgia lost the brief war agaisnt Russia a dacade ago.


5.   Members of the governing conservative party in Briton will chose between Borise Joohnson and Jeremy Hunt to be their next leader and the country's prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Briton out off Europe with or without a deal.


6.   Public sector workers in Venezuela have hold several protests in the capital Caracas. They urged the visiting UN high commissioner for human rights Michealle Bachelet to press the government to release all political prisoners.


7.   South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has used the state of national address to discribe youth unemployment as a national crisis. He promised to create 2 million jobs for young poeple for the next 10 years.

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The US Senate has voted to block arms sales worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries. In a rare bipartisan review to Donald Trump, the Republican-led senate approved three resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead. Mr. Trump says he’ll veto the measures.

President Trump says he finds it hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone but he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The Senate Democratic Leader Chalk has said he’s worried that the US might bumble into a war.

The World Food Program has begun a partial suspension of aid supplies in areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. The UN agency had warned earlier this week that it would restrict deliveries if no agreement were reached to prevent the diversion of food from those who need it most.

Police in Georgia have fired rubber bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside parliament. They have been protesting against a visiting Russian MP. Georgia lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.

Members of the governing Conservative Party in Britain will choose between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt to be their next leader and the country’s prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.

Public sector workers in Venezuela have held several protests in the capital Caracas. They urged the visiting UN higher commissioner for human rights to press the government to release all political prisoners.

South Africa’s president Cyrill Ramaphosa has used the state of the nation address to describe youth unemployment as a national crisis. He promised to create 2 million jobs for young people in the next 10 years.
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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-06-21

1. The US Senate has voted to block arm sales worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries. In a rare bipartisan rebuilt to Donald Trump, the Republican-led senate approved three resolutions to prevent the arm deal going ahead. Mr. Trump says he will veto the measures. 2. President Trump says he finds it's hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shut down  an American civilian drone, but again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The Senate democratic leader * has said he's worried that the US might bubble into a war.
3. The World Food Program has begun a partial suspension of aid supplies in areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. The UN agency had warned earlier this week that it would restrict deliveries if no agreement were reached to prevent the diversion not food from those who needed most.
4. Police in George have fired rubble bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside Parliament. They've been protesting against visiting MP *. George lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.
5. Members of the governing Conservative party in Britain will choose between * and * to be their next leader and the country' prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.
6. Public sector workers in Venezuela have held several protests in the capital *. They urged the visiting UN high commissioner for human rights * to press the government to release all political prisoners.
7. South Africa's president * has used a state of the nation address to describe youth employment as a national crisis. He promised to create two million jobs for young people in the next ten years.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-06-21

The US senate has voted to block arms sells worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and other Aribia countries. In a rare biparties and rebuke to Donald Trump, the repbulican led senate approved 3 resolutions to prevent the arms deal going ahead. Mr. Trump says, he will veto the measures.
Mr. Trump says he founds it is hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American cilivian's drone. But he again insisted it was a very bad mistake. The senate democratic leader x said he is worried that America might x into a war.
The world food programm has begun a partial suspension of aid supplies in the areas Yemen controled by x rebels. The UN agency had warned earlier this week that it would restrict delieveries if no agreement were reached to prevent the diversion of food from those who needed the most.
Police in Gergo have fired rubble bullets to try to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the parliament. There has been protesting against a Russian MP x. Gorge lost a brief war against Russia a decade ago.
Members of the governing conservative party in Britain would choose between x and x to be their next leader and the country's prime minister. Both contenders have promised to take Britain out of Europe with or without a deal.
Public sector workers have held several protests in the Veneszula capital x. The urged the visiting of UN high commissioner of human rights x to press the government to realease all political prioners.
South Afican president x has used the state of the nation address to describe abuse and unemployment as a national crisis. He promise to creat 2 million jobs for young people in the next 10 years.


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