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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.



There have been chaotic scenes in Malta's parliament following a number of government resignations as police investigation into the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia gathers pace. Opposition members shouted Mafia at the prime minister, Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff and tourism minister have both resigned.



In Columbia, protest leaders have called on the government to disband the riot police unit after an eighteen-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of Dilan Cruz.



Afghanistan's president, Ashraf Ghani, has criticized his own intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke a story, alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr.Ghani ordered the security forces to stop proceeding against the two men. It's alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.



Three bomb blasts have killed at least five people in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, as the simultaneous explosions went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.



At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania. The Red Cross says ten to fifteen people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of Durres, and nearby village.



The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum-security jail and prison doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million-dollar scam while serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled Hope Olusegun Aroke to get treatment outside prison in a police hospital.



And reports suggested that not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emission significantly. In a research found that people in Britain send about 64 million unneeded emails every day, and thousands of tons of people send the send button too often.



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[Homework]BBC 2019-11-27

There have been chaotic scenes in ? parliament following a number of government resignations as a police investigation into the murder of the general ? gathers pace.Opposition members shouted maffia at the prime minister. His chief of staff and tourism minister have both resigned.
In Columbia protest leaders have called on the government to disband the riot police unit after an eighteen-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of ?.
Afganistan's president has criticized his own intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke a story alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr.? ordered the security forces to stop proceedings against the two men. It's alleged that more than five hundred boys were abused by a criminal network.
Three bombblasts have killed at least five people in the Iraqi capital Bagdad. The simultaneous explosion went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.
At least eighteen people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania.The Red Cross says  ten to fifteen people are still believed to be trapped under the collapsed buildings in the coastal city of ? and nearby village.
The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum security  jail and a prison doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million dollar scam while serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled ? to get treatment outside  prison in a police hospital.
A report suggested hat not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emissions significantly. The research found that people in Britain send about sixty-four million unneeded emails every day and thousands of tons of people send the same button too often

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There have been chaotic scenes in MT's parliament following a number of government resignations as police investigation into the murder of the journalist x gathers pace. Opposition members shouted Maffia of the Prime Minister x. His Chief of Staff and the Tourism Minister have both resigned.

In Colombia, protest leaders have called the government to disband riot police unit after a 18-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration.Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of X.

Afghanistan's President x has criticized his own Intelligence Agency for detaining two activists who  broke a story alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr.GN ordered the security forces to stop proceeding against the two men.It's alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.

Three bomb blasts have killed at least 5 people in Iraqi capital BGD as the simultaneous explosions went off in the northeastern and southwestern suburbs.

At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in ABN. The Red Cross says 10 to 15 people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of DRS and nearby villages.

The Nigeria authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum security jail and a prison doctor after an internet fraud stool? was able to carry out a million-dollar scam while serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled xx to get treatment outside prison in a police hospital.

And reports suggest that not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emission significantly. The research find that people in Britain send about 64 million unneeded emails every day and thousands of towns of people send the send button too often.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-11-27

1.   There have been chaotic scenes in Malta's parliament following a number of government resignations as police investigation into the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia gathers pace. Opposition members shouted Mafia at the Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff and tourism minister have both resigned.

2.   In Columbia, protest leaders have called on the government to disband the riot police unit after an eighting-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austeroty demonstration. Uion leaderS said the counrty was shocked by the death of D.C.


3.   Afghanistan's president, Ashraf Ghani, has criticized his own intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke the story, alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr.Ghani ordered the security forces to stop proceeding against the two men. It has alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.


4.   Three bomb blast have killed at least five people in the Iraqi vapital, Bagdad, as the simultaneous explosions went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.


5.   At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania. The Red Cross says ten to fifteen people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of Durres, and nearby village.


6.   The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum security jail and prison doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million-dollar-scam while serving a lengthy sentence. Falsed medical reports enabled Hope Olusegun Aroke to get treatment outsid prison in a police hospital.


7.   And reports suggested that not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emission significantly. In a research found that people in Britain send about 64 million unneeded emails every day, and thousands of ton of people send the send button too often.

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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.

There have been chaotic scenes in Malta's parliament following a number of government resignations as police investigation into the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia gathers pace. Opposition members shouted Mafia at the prime minister, Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff and tourism minister have both resigned.

In Columbia, protest leaders have called on the government to disband the riot police unit after an eighteen-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of Dilan Cruz.

Afghanistan's president, Ashraf Ghani, has criticized his own intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke a story, alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr.Ghani ordered the security forces to stop proceeding against the two men. It's alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.

Three bomb blasts have killed at least five people in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, as the simultaneous explosions went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.

At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania. The Red Cross says ten to fifteen people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of Durres, and nearby village.

The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum-security jail and prison doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million-dollar scam while serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled Hope Olusegun Aroke to get treatment outside prison in a police hospital.

And reports suggested that not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emission significantly. In a research found that people in Britain send about 64 million unneeded emails every day, and thousands of tons of people send the send button too often.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-11-27
BBC news with xxx. There has been a chaotic scene in Moter's parliament following a number of government resignition as a police investigation into the murder of journalist xxx gathers pace.
Opposition members shouted Maffier the priminister xxx, his chief staff and tourism minister have both resigned.
In Columbia protester leaders have called on the government to dispend the riot police union after an 18 year old student died when he was shot in the head during an empty austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the campty was shocked by Death of Denan Cruise.
Afganistan's president xxx has criticised his own intelligent agency for detaining two activists to broke a story alleging sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr. ordered the security forces to stop proceedings against the two men. It has alleged that more than five hundred boys were abused by a criminal network.
Free bomb blast has killed a five people in Iraqy capital Bagdad as simontaneously explosions went after northeastern and southwestern suburbs.
At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania.
The red cross says 10 to 15 people are still believed to be trapped in the collapsed building in the coastal city of Durish and nearby village.
The Nigirian authority said they have arrested a head of a maximum security in jail and the prison doctor after an internet frauds that was able to carry out a million dollar scan while serving a linecy sentence force medical reports enabled  sugen and okay to get treatment outside prison in the police hospital.
And reports suggest not sending unnecessary email could be carbonly significantly. The research found people in Britain send 74 unneeded emails everyday and thousands of tons of people send the "send" button too often. BBC news.

[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-11-27

BBC News with Stuart Macintosh.

There have been chaotic scenes in Malta's parliament following a number of government resignations as police investigation into the murder of the journalist * gathers pace. Opposition members shouted “mafia” at the Prime Minister Joseph *, his Chief of Staff and Tourism Minister have both resigned.

In Columbia, protest leaders have called on the government to disband the riot police unit after an 18-year-old student died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of * Cruz.

Afghanistan's President * has criticized his only intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke a story alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr. * ordered the security forces to stop proceeding against the two men. It's alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.

Three bomb blasts have killed at least 5 people in the Iraqi capital Baghdad as the simultaneous explosions went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.

At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania. The Red Cross says ten to fifteen people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of * and nearby village.

The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum-security jail and prison doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million-dollar scam while serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled * to get treatment outside prison in a police hospital.

And reports suggest that not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emission significantly. In a research found that people in Britain send about 64 million unneeded emails every day, and thousands of tons of people send the send button too often.

BBC News.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2019-11-27

BBC news with Stuart Macintosh There have been chaotic scenes in Malta's parliament following a number of government resignations as a police investigations into the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia gathered pace. Opposition members shouted mafia of the Prime Minister Joseph Muscat. His Chief of Staff and the Tourism Minister have both resigned.


In Colombia, protester leaders have called on the government to disband the Riot Police Union  after a 18-year-old student  died when he was shot in the head during an anti-austerity demonstration. Union leaders said the country was shocked by the death of Dilan Cruz.


Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani has criticised his own intelligence agency for detaining two activists who broke a story alleging the sexual abuse of hundreds of boys. Mr Ghani ordered the security forces to stop proceedings against the 2 men. It is alleged that more than 500 boys were abused by a criminal network.


3 bomb blasts have killed at least 5 people in the Iraqi Capital Baghdad. The simultaneous explosions went off in the northern, eastern and southwestern suburbs.


At least 18 people are known to have died in an earthquake in Albania. The Red Cross says 10 to 15 people are still believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings in the coastal city of Durres and nearby village.


The Nigerian authorities say they have arrested the head of a maximum security jail and a prion doctor after an internet fraudster was able to carry out a million-dollar scam whiling serving a lengthy sentence. False medical reports enabled Hope Olusegun Aroke to get treatment outside prison in a police hospital.


And Reports suggest not sending unnecessary emails could cut carbon emissions significantly. The research found that people in Britain sent about 64 million unneeded emails every day and thousands of tons of people sent the send button too often.
BBC news

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