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Hello, I'm * with the BBC news.



Britain's lower house of parliament has approved a legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs wanted it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for prime minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion, calling for a general election on October,15th.



Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive, aimed at helping to end three-month unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill, which originally sparks the protests. Some opposition figures said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.



Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The U.S-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local Al Markazul Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.



Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique, a start of the tour to southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and the formally rebel movement Renamo formally ended hostilities.



Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for great impact from hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people died in the Bahamas.



And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. Ed Bridges said he's been scanned without his consent. The high court ruled that the use of the camera was lawful.



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[Homework]BBC 2019-09-05

Britain's lower house parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the EU at the end of  next month without a deal. It now move to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for prime minister Borris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October the fifteenth.
Key protest leaders in Hongkong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive aimed at helping end thre months of unrest. ? announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protest. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.
Bangladesh  has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them of persuading    ? refugees not to return to Myanma. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local ? have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees  to Myanma
Pope Francise has arrived in Mozambic at the start of a tour of south Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His vist comes a month after Mozambic's government and former rebel movement formally ended hostilities.
Coastal residents of the  southeastern United States  are bracing for greater impact from hurricane Dorian. He had left a trail of destruction and at least seven people dead in Bahamas.
And a man in Whales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police? said he had been scanned without his consent.The court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.

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Britain's Lower House of Parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved to the Upper Chamber. Opposition parties and rebel Conservative MPs wanted it become law before Parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in his many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15.

Key protest leaders Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's Chief Executive aimed at helping to end three month unrest. X announced the formal withdrawal of controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are made.

Bangladesh has banned the operations of two no-governmental organizations accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local x have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately.Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique where he started a tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and x. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and former rebel movement x  formally ended hostilities.

Coastal residents of the southeast United States are bracing for great impact from Hurricane X.He left a trail of destruction and at least 7 people dead in X.

And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. X said he'd been scaned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-09-05

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Britain's Lower House of Parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved to the Upper Chamber. Opposition parties and rebel Conservative MPs wanted it to become law before Parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15.

Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's Chief Executive aimed at helping to end three-month unrest. X announced the formal withdrawal of controversial extradition bill, which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.

Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local x have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately.Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique and started a tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and former rebel movement x formally ended hostilities.

Coastal residents of the southeast United States are bracing for great impact from Hurricane X. He left a trail of destruction and at least 7 people dead in the Bahamas.

And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. X said he'd been scanned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
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本帖最后由 angle813 于 2019-9-5 20:50 编辑

Hello, I'm * with the BBC news.

Britain's lower house of parliament has approved a legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs wanted it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for prime minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion, calling for a general election on October,15th.

Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive, aimed at helping to end three-month unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill, which originally sparks the protests. Some opposition figures said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.

Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The U.S-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local Al Markazul Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique, a start of the tour to southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and the formally rebel movement Renamo formally ended hostilities.

Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for great impact from hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people died in the Bahamas.

And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. Ed Bridges said he's been scanned without his consent. The high court ruled that the use of the camera was lawful.

BBC news.
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本帖最后由 蚂蚁 于 2019-9-5 10:54 编辑

[news:/s/00:04.5-00:31.9]
Britain's Lower House of Parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It will now move to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and "rebel" conservative MPs wanted it to become law before parliament is to suspend the next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October the 15th.


[news:/s/00:31.9-00:53.1]
Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive aimed at helping to end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demand are met.


[news:/s/00:53.1-01:16.9]
Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations accusing of them persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US based Aventis Development and Relief Agency and local Al-Markazul Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

[news:/s/01:16.9-01:32.1]
Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique at the start of tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique’s government and the former rebel movement FRENAMO formally ended hostilities.


[news:/s/01:32.1-01:42.7]
Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for greater impact from Hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people dead in the Bahamas.

[news:/s/01:42.7-01:57.0]
And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. Ed Bridges said he'd been scanned without his consent. The high court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-09-05

1.   Briton's Lower House parliament has approve a legislaton that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It has now moved to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel Conservative MPs wanted it to become a law before parliament is suspented next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr.Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October the 15th.

2.   Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive aimed at helping to end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdraw of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.


3.   Bangladesh has banned the operation of two none govermental organizations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not return to Myanmar. The US based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local ? Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immidiately. Last month no one took up the government's offer to repartriate the refugees to Myanmar.


4.   Pope Francis has arrive in Mozambicque, a start of tour of southern Africa. They will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Monzambique's government and a former rebel movement Renamo formally ended the hostilities.


5.   Coast residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for great impact from hurrican Dorian. It has left a trail of destruction and at least seven people dead in the Bahamas.


6.    And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police.  Ade Bridget said he's been scaned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.

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Britain’s lower house of parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moves to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It’s the second parliamentary defeat for prime minister Boris Johnson in his many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15th.

Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory’s chief executive aimed at helping to end three months of unrest. Carey Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.

Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-government organizations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local Al-Markazul Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government’s offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique, the start of a tour of Southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique’s government and the former rebel movement formally ended hostilities.

Costal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for greater impact of Hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people dead in the Bahamas.

And a man in Welsh has lost the world’s first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. Ed Bridge said he had been scanned without consent. The high court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-09-05

Hello, I'm x with the BBC News.

Britain's Lower House of Parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It will now move to the Upper Chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it to become law before Parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15th.


Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's Chief Executive aimed at helping to end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.


Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The U.S.-based x Development, a relief agency, and local x have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.


Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique at the start of a tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and the former rebel movement, x, formally ended hostilities.


Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for greater impact from Hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people dead in the Bahamas.


And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. x said he'd been scanned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.


BBC News.

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Britain’s lower house of parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved up to the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel Conservative MPs want it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It is the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October the 15th.
Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory’s chief executive aimed at helping end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdraw of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they would continue to pretest until the rest of their demands are met.
Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency development relief agency and local Al Markazul Islami Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government’s offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.
Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique, the start of a tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes amongst a month after Mozambique’s government and the former rebel movement Renamo formally ended hostilities.
Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for greater impact from Hurricane Dorian. It left a trial of destruction and at least 7 people died in the Bahamas.
And the a man in Wales has lost the world’s first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. At bridges  Ed Bridges said he had been scanned without his consent. The high court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-09-05

Hello, I’m Daniela with the BBC news
Britain’s Lower House of Parliament has approved a legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved to the Upper Chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it to become a law before Parliament is suspended next week. It’s the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in these many days. Mr Johnson responded by putting forward a motion, calling for a general election on 15 October.


Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory’s Chief Executive, aimed that helping to end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protest. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.


Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organisations, accusing them of persuading Rohingya refugees not to return to Myanmar. The US-based Adventist Development and Relief Agency and local Al-Markazul Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government’s offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.  


Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique at the start of the tour of South Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique’s government and the former rebel movement Renamo formally ended their hostilities.  


Coastal residents of the Southeastern United States are bracing for great impacts from Hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least 70 people dead in the Bahamas.


And a man in Wales has lost to the world’s first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the Police. Ed Bridges said he’s been scanned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.
BBC news


                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-09-05

Hello, I'm * with the BBC News.

Britain's Lower House of parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It will now move to the Upper Chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it to become law before parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15th.

Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's Chief Executive aimed at helping to end three months of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill which originally sparked the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.

Bangladesh has banned the operations of two non-governmental organizations, accusing them of persuading * refugees not to return to Myanmar. The U.S. based * Development, a relief agency, and local * have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.

Pope Francis has arrived in Mozambique at the start of a tour of southern Africa that will also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government and the former rebel movement * formally ended hostilities.

Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for greater impact from hurricane Dorian. It left a trail of destruction and at least seven people died in the Bahamas.

And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. * said he'd been scanned without his consent. The High Court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.


BBC News.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-09-05

Britains lower house parliament has approved legislation that could prevent the country leaving the European Union at the end of next month without a deal. It now moved the upper chamber. Opposition parties and rebel conservative MPs want it become law before parliament is suspended next week. It's the second parliamentary defeat for prime minister Boris Johnson in as many days. Mr. Johnson responded by putting forward a motion calling for a general election on October 15th.

Key protest leaders in Hong Kong have rejected a package of proposals from the territory's chief executive aimed at helping to end three-month of unrest. Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of controversial extradition deal which originally sparks the protests. Some opposition figures have said they will continue to protest until the rest of their demands are met.


Bangladesh has banned the operations of 2 non-governmental organizations accusing them persuading xxx refugees not reture to Myanmar. The U.S-based adventist development and relief agency and local xxx Islami have been ordered to stop their work in the country immediately. Last month, no one took up the government's offer to repatriate the refugees to Myanmar.


xxx has arrived in Mozambique, a start of a tour of South Africa that also take him to Madagascar and Mauritius. His visit comes a month after Mozambique's government under formal rebel movement xxx formally ended hostilities.


Coastal residents of the southeastern United States are bracing for great impact from hurricane Dorian. It left the trail of destruction and at least 7 people dead in Bahamas.


And a man in Wales has lost the world's first legal challenge to the use of automatic facial recognition technology by the police. xxx said he had been scanned without his consent. The high court ruled that the use of the cameras was lawful.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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