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BBC news with Johnathan Izard.



Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they have pulled out of the rebel town of Ras al-Ayn, which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convey was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of Kurdish militia is part of a U.S brokered deal.



Lebanon's coalition government has reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protests in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the 4th day running.



The green party has made historic gains in Swiss parliamentary election, pulling itself in a position to claim share of power. The right-wing Swiss people's party, which has not committed to tough action on climate change lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.



The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting were spread to the other areas.



Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country's left-wing president Evo Morales a 4th term. The authorities say the voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr.Morales first took office 14 years ago.



The speaker of Britain's lower house of parliament John Bercow is expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It's understood Mr.Bercow believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.



Footage of Tanzanian president John Magufuli delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about his health. Social media have been rife with rumors that the president might be seriously ill after he wasn't seen for several days.



Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has said the president still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mulvaney was attempting to explain why the U.S president wanted to host next year's G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.



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[Homework]BBC 2019-10-21

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BBC News with Johnathan Izard.

Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they’ve pulled out the border town of * which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reported of leaving. Earlier, a large convoy was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of the Kurdish militia is part of a U.S. brokered deal.

Lebanon’s coalition government has reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protests in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the fourth day running.

The Green Party has made historical gains in the Swiss parliamentary election putting itself in a position to claim a share of power. The right-wing Swiss People’s Party which has not committed to tough action on climate change lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.

The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting have spread to other areas.

Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country’s left-wing President * Morales a fourth term. The authorities say voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr. Morales first took office 14 years ago.

The speaker of Britain’s Lower House of Parliament John * is expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It’s understood that Mr. * believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.


Footage of the Tanzanian President John * delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about this health. Social media had been rife with rumors that the president might be seriously ill after he wasn’t seen for several days.


Donald Trump’s acting Chief of Staff * has said the president still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mr. * was attempting to explain why the U.S. President had wanted to host next year’s G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.

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BBC news with Johnathan Izard.

Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they have pulled out of the rebel town of Ras al-Ayn, which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convey was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of Kurdish militia is part of a U.S brokered deal.

Lebanon's coalition government has reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protests in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the 4th day running.

The green party has made historic gains in Swiss parliamentary election, pulling itself in a position to claim share of power. The right-wing Swiss people's party, which has not committed to tough action on climate change lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.

The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting were spread to the other areas.

Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country's left-wing president Evo Morales a 4th term. The authorities say the voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr.Morales first took office 14 years ago.

The speaker of Britain's lower house of parliament John Bercow is expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It's understood Mr.Bercow believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.

Footage of Tanzanian president John Magufuli delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about his health. Social media have been rife with rumors that the president might be seriously ill after he wasn't seen for several days.

Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has said the president still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mulvaney was attempting to explain why the U.S president wanted to host next year's G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-10-21

1.   Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria say they have pulled out off the border town of R. which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convoy was seen taking away the wounded. The withdraw of the Kurdish militias is part of the US broked deal.

2.   Lebanon's coalition government has reported to have agreed on wide ranging economic reforms after the biggst protests in decades swept the country. Hundrads of thousands of protesters has filled the center of Beirut for the fourth day running.


3.   The Green Party has made historic games in the Swiss parliamentary election, puting itself in a position to claim a share of power. The right-wing Swiss People's Party, which has not committed to tough actional climate change, lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.


4.   The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting have spread to other areas.


5.   Bolivian vote has been deciding whether to give the country's left-wing president, Evo Morale, a fourth term. The authorities say voting went ahead without a major incidents. Mr.Morales first took his office 14 years ago.


6.   The speaker of Brition's lower House parliament John B. is exptected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It's understood that Mr.B. believes allowing the vote go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.


7.   Footage of the Tanzanian president, John Magufuli, delivering a speech has been shown on television following a speculation about his health. Social media has been rife with rumours that president might be seriously ill after he wasn't seen for several days.


8.   Donlad Trump's acting chief of staff,  Mick Mulvaney, his said that the president still considers himself to be in a hospitality business. Mr.Mulvaney was attempting to explain why the US president has wanted to hold next year's G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.

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Kuridish forces in North east Syria said they pulled out of the border town of Russule Isle,which has been besieged by the Turkish militay,civilians are also reportedly leaving.Earlier,a large convoy were seen taking away the wounded.The withdrawl of the Kurdish militia is part of the US broked deal.

Lebenen's coalition government is reportedly to have agreed on wide ranging economic reforms after the biggest protest in decades swept the country.Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of B for the 4th day running.

The Green party has made  historical gains in the Swiss parlimentary election,putting itself in a position to claim a share of power.The right wing Swiss pepople's party,which is not committed to touph action on climate change,lost ground but will still emerge as the main force.The authorities in Cheley have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night,the announcement followes another day of clashes between police and  protesters in the capital Santiago,looting and rioting have spreaded to other areas.

Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country's left-wing president E a fourth term,the authorities say voting went ahead without major incidence.Mr M first took office 14 years ago.


The Speaker of Britain's lower house of parliment Jhon Berco was expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday,It's understood that Mr Booko believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parlimentary convention.

Footage of the Tansanian President J.M  delievering a speech has been showed on television following speculation about his health.Social media had been rife with rumors that President might be serious ill,after he wasn't seen for several days.

DT acting chief of Staff MM has said the president's still considered himself to be in the hospitality business,Mr M was attempting to explain why the US president had wanted to host next year's G7 summit,at one of his resort in Florida.A plan he has now abandoned.
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Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they’ve pulled out of the border town of xx which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convoy was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of the Kurdish militia is part of a US-brokered deal.

Lebanon’s coalition government is reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protest in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the fourth day running.

The Green Party has made historic gains in the Swiss parliamentary election, putting itself in a position to claim a share of power. The right-wing Swiss People’s Party, which has not committed to tough action on climate change, lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.

The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting have spread to other areas.

Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country’s left-wing president a fourth term. The authorities say voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr. M first took office 14 years ago.

The Speaker of Britain’s Lower House of Parliament John Berker was expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It’s understood that Mr. Berker believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.

Footage of the Tanzanian president John M delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about his health. Social media had been rife with rumors that the president might be seriously ill after he wasn’t seen for several days.

Donald Trump’s acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney has said the president still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mr. Mulvaney was attempting to explain why the US president wanted to host next year’s G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-10-21

BBC news with Johnathan Izard.

Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they’ve pulled out of the border town of Ras al-Ayn, which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convoy was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of the Kurdish militia is part of a US brokered deal.

Lebanon's coalition government has reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protests in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the 4th day running.

The Green Party has made historic gains in the Swiss parliamentary election, putting itself in the position to claim a share of power. The right-wing Swiss People's Party, which is not committed to tough action on climate change lost ground but was still emerged as the main force.

The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital Santiago. Looting and rioting have spread to  other areas.

Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country's left-wing president Evo Morales a 4th term. The authorities say voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr Morales first took office 14 years ago.

The speaker of Britain's lower house of parliament John Bercow is expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It's understood Mr Bercow believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.

Footage of the Tanzanian president John Magufuli delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about his health. Social media have been rife with the rumors that the president might be seriously ill after he wasn't seen for several days.

Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has said the president still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mr Mulvaney was attempting to explain why the U.S president had wanted to host next year's G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-10-21

BBC News with x.

Kurdish forces in northeast Syria say they have pulled out of the border town of x, which has been besieged by the Turkish military. Civilians are also reportedly leaving. Earlier, a large convoy was seen taking away the wounded. The withdrawal of the Kurdish militia is part of a U.S.-brokered deal.


Lebanon's coalition government is reported to have agreed on wide-ranging economic reforms after the biggest protests in decades swept the country. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have filled the center of Beirut for the fourth day running.


The Green Party has made historic gains in the Swiss parliamentary election, putting itself in a position to claim a share of power. The right-wing Swiss People's Party, which is not committed to tougher action on climate change, lost ground, but would still emerge as the main force.


The authorities in Chile have extended the curfew in major cities to a second consecutive night. The announcement follows another day of clashes between police and protesters in the capital, Santiago. Looting and rioting have spread to other areas.


Bolivian voters have been deciding whether to give the country's left-ring President, x, a fourth term. The authorities say voting went ahead without major incidents. Mr. x first took office 14 years ago.


The Speaker of Britain's Lower House of Parliament, John Bercow, is expected to reject an attempt by the government to hold another vote on its Brexit deal on Monday. It's understood that Mr. Bercow believes allowing the vote to go ahead would defy parliamentary convention.


Footage of the Tanzanian President, x, delivering a speech has been shown on television following speculation about his health. Social media have been rife with rumors that the President might be seriously ill, after he wasn't seen for several days.


Donald Trump's Acting Chief-of-Staff, x, has said the President still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Mr. x was attempting to explain why the U.S. President had wanted to host next year's G7 Summit at one of his resorts in Florida, a plan he has now abandoned.


BBC News.

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