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BBC news with Debbie Russ.



Republicans and democrats in the U.S Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The chamber's democratic leader Chuck Schumer accused the Republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr.Trump. The majority leader Mitch McConnell said house demarcates have been motivated by partisan rage.  



Russia's security agency, the FSB says one of its officials has been killed by a gunman, who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.



After week of protests and deadlock, the former education minister Hassan Diab has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shiite movement, Hezbollah and his allies and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.



The government of Haiti says it will demand action from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The Foreign Minister Bocchit Edmond said the abuses had to face justice.



The French prime minister édouard Philippe has appealed to Unions to ease their strikes against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But Union leader dismissed his call, saying Mr. Philippe had not heard what the street had been saying.



A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to woman arrested two years ago on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.



Venezuela's supreme court has banned members of the opposition-controlled national assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.



People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir. The long-serving leader was sentenced to two years imprisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.



That's the latest BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-20

Republicans and Democrats   in the US senate have clashed over the impeachment of president Trump.The chamber's democratic leader accused the Republican majority of being blindedly loyal to Mr. Trump. The majority leader said house democrats had been motivated by  party's ?.
Russia's security agency the FSB says one of its officers has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.
After weeks of protests and deadlocks, the former education minister has been asked to form a new governement in Lebanon. So far he hasn't got the back of ? movement and its allies, and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.
The government of Haiti says it will demand actions from the UN after a recent study found that many girls as young as eleven had been sexually abused by UN personnel.The foreign minister said the abusers had to face justice.
The French prime minister has appealled to Unions to ease their strike against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But the Union leaders have dismissed his call, saying Mr.Philip had not heard what the street had been saying.
A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and avoided damages to women arrested two years ago on allegations they were involved in prostitution.
Venezuela supreme court has banned members of the opposition-controlled national assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government's harassment.
People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversay of the overthrow of ?,.The long-serving leader was sentenced to two years in prisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.

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Republicans and Democrats in the US Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The Chamber’s Democratic leader Chuck Schumer accused the Republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr. Trump. The majority leader Mitch Mcconnel said House Democrats have been motivated by partisan rage.

Russian’s security agency, the FSB, says one of its officers has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.

After weeks of protests and deadlock, the former Education Minister Hassan Diab has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shi'ite movement Hezbollah and its allies, and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.

The government of Haiti says it will demand actions from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The Foreign Minister Bocchit Edmond said the abusers had to face justice.

The French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has appealed to unions to ease their strike against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas, but union leaders dismissed his call, saying Mr. Philippe had not heard what the street had been saying.

A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to women arrested two years ago on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.

Venezuela’s Supreme Court has banned members of the opposition-controlled National Assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.

People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir, the long serving leader who was sentenced to two years of imprisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-20

1.   Republicans and Demoncrates in the US senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The Chamber's demoncratic leader, Chuch Schumann, accused Republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr.Trump. The majority leader, Mitch McConnel, said House Demoncrats have been motivated by partisan rage.

2.   Russia's security agency, the FSB, says one of is officiers has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailent had been eliminated.


3.   After weeks of protests and deadlock, the former education minister, Hassan Diab, has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shiite movement Hezbollah and its allies, and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.


4.   The government of Haiti says it will demand actions from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The foreign minister, Bocchit Edmond, the abusers had to face justice.


5.   The French Prime Minister, Edourard Philippe, has appealed to unions to ease their strike against penssion reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But union leaders dismissed his call, said Mr.Philippe had not heard what the street had been saying.


6.   A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to women who arrested two years ago on allegations they was engaged in prostitution.


7.   Venezuela's Supreme Court has banned members of the oppostion controled national assembly from voting online. Many of the members are in exile or hiding because of government harassments.


8.   People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir, the long serving leader who's sentenced to two years in prison on Saturday, in the first of many cases agaisnt him.

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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-20

BBC news with Debbie Russ
Republicans and Democrats in the US Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The Chamber's Democratic leader Chuck Schumer accused the Republican majority of being blindly loyal to President Trump. The majority leader Mitch McConnell said House Demarcates have been motivated by partisan rage.  


Russia's security agency, the FSB says one of its officials has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. 5 people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.


After week of protests and deadlock, the former Education Minister Hassan Diab has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shiite movement, Hezbollah and his allies and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.


The government of Haiti says it will demand action from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The Foreign Minister Bocchit Edmond said the abuses had to face justice.


The French prime minister  Edouard Philippe has appealed to Unions to ease their strikes against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But Union leader dismissed his call, saying Mr Philippe had not heard what the street had been saying.


A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to woman arrested two years ago on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.


Venezuela's Supreme Court has banned members of the opposition-controlled national assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.


People in South Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir, the long-serving leader was sentenced to two years imprisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.


That's the latest BBC news.

                                                   
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Republicans and Democrats in the US Sneate have clashed over the impeachment of President。The Chamber's Democratic leader Chuck Chumer accused the Republican majority have been blindly loyal to Mr Trump,The majority leader Mich Mecano,said house Democrats had been motivated by partism and rage.

Russia's security agency the FSB says one of its officiers has been killed by a gun man who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow
Five people have been treated for injuries,the FSB says the assailent have been eliminated.

After weeks of protest in deadlocks,the former education  minister Hasand has been asked to form a new government in Lebnean,So far,he is  only got the backing of the Shiye movement,his bola and his allies ,and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.

The government of Haiti says it will demand action from the U.Ns after a recent study found girls as young as 11,had been sexually abused by UN personel.The foreign minister BA said the abuses had to face justice.

The French Prime Minister AF has appealled to Unions to ease their strike against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas,But Union leader dismissed his call,saying mr Filip,had not heard what the streets had been saying.

A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and would damages to women arrested two years on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.

Venezuelan's supereme court has banned members of the oppostion controlled national assembly from voting online,many members are in exile or hiding
because of government harrasment.

People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar Bshier,the long serving leader will sentenced to two years imprisonment on Saturday,in the first of many cases against him.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

Republicans and democrats in the U.S Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The chamber's democratic leader Chuck Schumer accused the Republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr.Trump. The majority leader Mitch McConnell said house demarcates have been motivated by partisan rage.  

Russia's security agency, the FSB says one of its officials has been killed by a gunman, who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.

After week of protests and deadlock, the former education minister Hassan Diab has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shiite movement, Hezbollah and his allies and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.

The government of Haiti says it will demand action from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The Foreign Minister Bocchit Edmond said the abuses had to face justice.

The French prime minister édouard Philippe has appealed to Unions to ease their strikes against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But Union leader dismissed his call, saying Mr. Philippe had not heard what the street had been saying.

A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to woman arrested two years ago on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.

Venezuela's supreme court has banned members of the opposition-controlled national assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.

People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir. The long-serving leader was sentenced to two years imprisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.

That's the latest BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-20

BBC News with Debbie Russ.

Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The Chamber's Democratic leader * accused the Republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr. Trump. The majority leader Mitch McConnell said House Demarcates have been motivated by partisan rage.  

Russia's security agency, the FSB, says one of its officers has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside its headquarters in Moscow. 5 people have been treated for injuries. The FSB said the assailant had been eliminated.

After weeks of protests and deadlock, the former Education Minister * has been asked to form a new government in Lebanon. So far, he has only got the backing of the Shiite movement, Hezbollah and his allies and there have already been demonstrations against his appointment.

The government of Haiti says it will demand action from the United Nations after a recent study found girls as young as 11 had been sexually abused by UN personnel. The Foreign Minister * said the abuses had to face justice.

The French Prime Minister * has appealed to Unions to ease their strikes against pension reforms to allow people to visit their families at Christmas. But Union leaders dismissed his call, saying Mr. * had not heard what the streets had been saying.

A court in Nigeria has ruled that sex work is not a crime and awarded damages to woman arrested 2 years ago on allegations they were engaged in prostitution.

Venezuela's Supreme Court has banned members of the opposition-controlled National Assembly from voting online. Many members are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.

People in Sudan have been celebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of *, the long-serving leader was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment on Saturday in the first of many cases against him.


That’s the latest BBC News.

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[homework]Republicans and democrats in theUS Senate have clashed over the impeachment of President Trump. The chamber’s democraticleader accused the republican majority of being blindly loyal to Mr. Trump. themajority leader said House democrats have been motivated by partisan rage.  


Russia’s security agency, the FSB,said one of its officers has been killed by a gunman who opened fire outside itsheadquarters in Moscow. Five people have been treated for injuries. The FSBsaid the authenland has been eliminated.


After weeks of protests anddeadlock, the former education minister, Hawthorn Deorb has been asked to form anew government in Lebanon. So far he’s on negotiate the backing of the Shia movement,his belie and his allies and there’s already been demonstrations against his appointment.


The government of Haiti says itwill demand action from the UN after recent study found that girls as young as11 have been sexually abused by UN personnel. The foreign minister said theabuses had to face justice.


The French prime minister EdwardPhilip has appealed to Unions to ease their strike against pension reforms toallow people to visit their families at Christmas, but Union leaders dismissedhis call, saying Mr. Phillip had not heard what the street has been saying.


A court in Nigeria has ruled thatsexual work is not a crime and what damages to women harassed two years ago onallegation they were engaged in prostitution.


Venezuela’s supreme court hasbanned members of the opposition controlled national assembly controlled from votingonline. Many remembers are in exile or hiding because of government harassment.
People in Sudan have beencelebrating the first anniversary of the overthrow of Aman Ambashir. The long servingleader were sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment on Saturday in the first ofmany cases against him.
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