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1.One of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry and his wife Migan have unexpected announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family. In a statement on instagram the dual C? of S?  say they are intent to become financially indepedent.Last year the couple began legal action against British newspapers complaining relentless propaganda against them.
2.Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States following missile strikes against American forces in Iraq. In a televised address the President said the attacks have caused minimal damage and no US casualties.

3.Iranian officials say they have recovered the fly data record of a Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed after it had taken off in Tehran killing everyone on board. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane's manufacturer Boeing.

4. The fugitive businessman KG has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since giving bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.G told a news conference in Beruit that he had no chance of a fair trial in Japan on charges of financial mis-conduct.Japanese prosecutors describe the remarks are totally unacceptable.

5.The EU's climate monitor  says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the world wide average temperature was only a slight below 26 which is the warmest on record.
6.Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of south Sudan's vice President D accused him of arranging the disapperance and death of two people. Mr.G has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there is no evidence that government official was involved in the killings.
7.And police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave K university following clashes between police and  protestors. Two days of demonstrations have sparked by a sharp increase of tuition fees. Police said the students have 48 hours to evacuate the campus.
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BBC news with Nick Kelly.One of Elisabeth's grandson, prince Harry and his wife Megan have unexpected announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of British royal family.  In a statement on instagram the duke and dutch of saxex they say they intended to become financially independent. Last year the couple began legal action against British newspaper complaining for relently propaganda against them.


Donald Trump says he believes Iran is downing down on its military confrontation with the United States following missile strikes against against the American forces in Iraq.  In a televised address, president said the attack's caused minimal damage and no US casualties.


Iranian officials said they recovered the flight data recorders of the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed after take-off from Tehran killing everyone onboard. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the manufacturer Boeing.  


The fugitive businessman Cxx Gxx has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comment since skipping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr G.xx told the news conference in Beirut that he had no chance for fair trial in Japan on financial misconduct.  Japanese prosecutors described their answers were totally unacceptably.


The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 2016 which is the warmest on record.


Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's Vice President xx.  It accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of 2 people. Mr GXX has not responded, but the presidential spokesman says there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.


And police in democratic republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Cxx university following clashes between police and protesters. two days of demonstrations are sparked by sharp increase in tuition fee.  Police says students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.
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BBC news with Nick Kelly.

One of Queen Elizabeth's grandsons prince Harry and his wife Meghan have unexpectedly announced they are stepping back from their role of senior member of British royal family. In a statement on Instagram, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapers, complaining relentless propaganda against them.

Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States, following missile strikes against U.S military force in Iraq. In a televised address, the president said the attacks caused minimal damage and no US casualties.

Iranian officials say they recovered the flight data recorders of an Ukrainian passenger plane, that crashed after takeoff from Teheran, killing all onboard. But they say they won't hand them to U.S or the plane's manufacturer Boeing.

The fugitive businessman Carlos Ghosn have condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since skipping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.Ghosn told the news conference in Beirut that he has no chance of a fair trial in Japanese on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks totally unacceptable.

The EU’s climate monitor said last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only a slightly below 2016, which is the warmest on record.

Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice President Taban Deng Gai and accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr.Gai has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there is no evidence that government officials were involved in the killings.

And police in Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa university, following clashes between police and protestors. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase of tuition fees. Police said the students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.
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One of Queen Elizabeth's grandsons prince Harry and his wife Megan have unexpectedly announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family. In a statement on Instegram the duke and duchess of ? say they intend to become financially independent. Last year the couple began legal action against British newspaper complaining of relentless propaganda against them.
Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States following missile strikes against American forces in Iraq. In a televised address the president said the attacks had caused minimal damage and no US casualties.
Iranian officials say they have recovered the flight data recorders of the Ukranian passenger plane that crashed after taking off from Tehran killing everyone on board, but they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane manufacturer Boeing.
The fugitive businessman has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comment since keeping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.? told a news conference in Beirut that he had no chance of a fair trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks as total unacceptable.
The EU's climate monitor said last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 2016 which is the warmest on record.
Washington has imposed sanctions on one the south Sudan's vice-president. It accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr.? has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.
And police in the democratic republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave ? University following clashes between police and protesters. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase in tuition fees. Police said students had fourty-eight hours to vacate the campus.


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One of Queen Elizabeth's grandsons, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, have unexpectedly announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of British Royal Family. In a statement on Instagram, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapers, complaining relentless propaganda against them.

Donald Trump says he believed Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States following missile strikes against U.S military force in Iraq. In a televised address, the President said the attacks caused minimal damage and no US casualties.

Iranian officials say they've recovered the flight data recorders of the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed after take-off from Teheran, killing everyone onboard. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane's manufacturer Boeing.

The fugitive businessman Carlos Ghosn has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since skipping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr. Ghosn told a news conference in Beirut that he has no chance of a fair trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks as totally unacceptable.

The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 2016, which is the warmest on record.

Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice President Taban Deng Gai and accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr. Gai has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there is no evidence that government officials were involved in the killings.

And police in Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa University, following clashes between police and protestors. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase in tuition fees. Police said the students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.
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BBC news with Nick KellyOne of Queen Elizabeth's grandsons, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have unexpectedly announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family. In a recent statement on Instagram, the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapers, complaining of relentless propaganda against them.


Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States following missile strike against American forces in Iraq. In a televised address, the President said the attack had caused minimum damage and no US causalities.


Iranian official say they have recovered the flight data records of a Ukrainian passage plane. That crashed after takeoff from Tehran, killing everyone on board. But they say they would not hand them down to the US or the plane's manufacturer, Boeing.


The fugitive businessman Carlos Ghosn has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since giving bail last week in Tokyo. Mr Ghosn told a news conference in Beirut that he had no chance for fair trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks as totally unacceptable.


The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 2016 which is the warmest on record.


Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice president Taban Deng Gai. It accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr Gai has not responded. But a presidential spokesman said there was no evidence that any government official was involved in the killings.


And police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa University following clashes between police and protesters. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase in tuition fees. Police said students had 48 hours to vacate campus.


BBC news


                                                   
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One acquaintance with grandson Prince Harry and his wife Megan have announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of British royal family in the statemental unions grand________of________say thay intend to financially independent.Last year,the couple bagan to legal action against British newpeapers conplaining of________ against them.Donald trump says he believe Iran is standing down on its military from confronation with united states following missile strikes against American forces in Iraq.In a televesed address the president said the attacks caused minimal damage and no use________.Iranian officials said they have recovered the flight data recorders of Ukrainen passenger plane that crashed after take off from________,killing everyong on board.But they say they will not hand them to the US or the plane___________.The fugitive businessman caloes guillen has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first publiccomments since getting bail last week in Tokyo.Mr.______told a news conference in beirut that he had no chance of a fire trial in Japan on charges of financial miscounduct.Japanese________describled their monsters totally unacceptable.The ______climate monitor says last year was Europe s hottest ever since the worldwide average temperature _______the below 2016,which is the warmest on record.Washington has imposed financial sections amount of south Sudan_______president to abandon the guy.It ________arranging the disappearance and death of two people.That guy has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there were reserved any government offcials were involed in the killings.And please send them a part of Congo for the students to live in__________university following clashes between police and protesters two days of demonstrations sparked by a sharp increase in tuition fees.Please a student have 48 hours to vacate the campus.
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1.   One of Queen Elizabeth's grandson, Harry and his wife Mehgan, have unexpectedly announced their stepping back from their roles as senior members of British royal family. In a statement on instagram, the duke and duchess of Sussex say they intended to become financially indepedent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapaers, complaining for relentless propaganda against them.

2.   Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States, following missile air strike against American forces in Iraq. In a televise address, the president said the attacks caused minimum and no US casualties.


3.   Iranian officials say they will recover the flight data recorders of a Ukrainian passanger plane that crashed after take off in Teheran, killing everyone on broad. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane's manufactory Boeing.


4.   The fugitive businessman, Carlos Ghson, has condemned the japanese legal system in his first public comments since skipped bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.Ghson told a news conference in Beirut that he had no chance of fair trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks totally unacceptable.


5.   The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hotest ever. It says the world wide average temperature was only slightly below 2016, which was the warmest on record.


6.   Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice-president, Taban Deng Gai. It accused him of arrenging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr.Gai has not responded, but presidential spokesman said there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.


7.   And police in Demoncratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa university following crushes between police and protesters. Two days of demonctrations were sparked by sharp increasing tuition fees. Police say students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.

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One of Queen Ilizabath's grand son prince Harry and his wife mega have unexpectedly announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of x royal family. In a statement on Instagram, the duke and duchess of x say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against Bristish newspapers complaining for leding this propganda against them.
Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with United States following misssiles strikes against American forces in Iraq. In a televised address, the president said the attacks caused minimum damage and no US casuaties.
Iranian officials said they have recoverd flight data records of urkranian passenger plane that crashed after the take-off from Tehran killing everyone on board. but they say they wont hand them to US or plane's manufactuer Boing.
The fugitive businessman x has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since giving bail-out last week in Tokyo. Mr.x told a news conference in Beruit that he had no chance to fufill trail in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks as totally unacceptable.
The EU's climate moniter says, last year was Europe's hottest ever. it says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 26, which is the warmest on record.
Washington has imposed financial sanctions on x south Sudan's vice president x. it accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of 2 people.Mr. x has not responded.But the presidential spokesman said, there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.
And Police in the Democratic Republican of Congo have ordered all students to leave x university following clashes between police and protesters. 2 days of demonstrations are sparked by sharp increase in tuition fees. Police said students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.




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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

One of Queen Elisabeth’s grandsons Prince Harry and his wife Magen have unexpectedly announced that they’re stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family. In the statement on the Instagram, the two kenduch of * say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapers complaining of relentless propaganda against them.   

Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with United States following missile strikes against the American forces in Iraq. In a televised address, the President said the attacks caused minimal damage and no U.S. casualties. Iranian officials say they’ve recovered the flight data records of Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed after takeoff from Tehran killing everyone onboard. But they say they won’t them to the U.S. or the plane’s manufacturer Boeing.

The fugitive businessman Carlos Ghosn has condemned the Japanese legal system in his public comment since skipping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr. Ghosn told a news conference in Beirut that he had no chance for a fair trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese prosecutors described the remarks as totally unacceptable.

The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only slightly below 2016 which is the warmest on record.

Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice president *. It accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr. * has not responded. But a presidential spokesman said there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.

And police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa University following clashes between police and protesters. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase in tuition fees. Police said students had 48 hours to vacate the campus.


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BBC News with Nick Kelly,
1.One of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry and his wife Migan have unexpected announced that they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family. In a statement on i_________ the duke and _________ of ___________  say they are intent to become financially indepedent.Last year the couple began legal action against British newspapers complaining relentless propaganda against them.

2.Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States following m______ strikes against American forces in Iraq. In a televised address the President said the attacks have caused minimal damage and no US c_________.

3.Iranian officials say they have recovered the fly data record of a U_______ passenger plane that crashed after it had taken off in Tehran killing everyone on board. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane's man__________ b________.

4. The f_______ businessman Keller Gold has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since giving bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.Gold told a news conference in B______ that he had no chance of a fair trial in Japan on charges of financial mis-conduct.Japanese prosecutors describe the remarks are totally unacceptable.

5.The EU's climate monitor  says last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the world wide average temperature was only a slight below 2016 which is the warmest on record.

6.Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of south Sudan's vice President _________.It accused him of arranging the disapperance and death of two people. Mr.G_______ has not responded but a presidential spokesman said there is no evidence that government official was involved in the killings.

7.And police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave K_________ University following clashes between police and  protestors. Two days of demonstrations have s______ by a sharp increase of tuition fees. Police said the students have 48 hours to e________ the campus.

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One of Queen Elizabeth's grandsons prince Harry and his wife Meghan have unexpectedly announced that they are back from their role of member of British royal family. In a statement on Instegram, the duke and say they intend to become financially independent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapers, complaining  less against them. Donald Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military  with the United States, following misail strike against U.S military force in rock. In a televise address, the president said the attacks caused minimal damage and no US . Iranian official say they recovered the flight data recorders of an  passenger plane, that crashed after takeoff from , killing all onboard. But they say they won't hand them to U.S or the plane's .
The businessman  have the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since skipping bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.told the news conference in that he has no chance of a fair trial in Japanese on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese described the remarks totally unacceptable. The EU’s climate monitor said last year was Europe's hottest ever. It says the worldwide average temperature was only a slightly below 2016, which is the warmest on record.Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South  vice President and accused him of arranging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr.Gai has not responded but a presidencail spokesman said there is no evidence that government officials were involved in the killings.And police in republic of congo have ordered all students to leave university, following crashes between police and protestors. Two days of demonstrations are sparked by a sharp increase of tuition fees. Police said the students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.


                                                   
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1.One of Queen Elizabeth's grandson, Harry and his wife ?, have unexpectedly announced their stepping back from their roles as senior members of British royal family. In a statement on ? the duke and ? say they intended to become financially indepedent. Last year, the couple began legal action against British newspapaers, complaining for relentless ? against them.

2.   Donad Trump says he believes Iran is standing down on its military confrontation with the United States, following  ? strike against American forces in Iraq. In a televise address, the president said the attacks caused minimum and no US cas?.


3.   Iranian officials say they will recover the flight data recorders of a UKran?passanger plane that crashed after take off in Teheran, killing everyone on broad. But they say they won't hand them to the US or the plane's manufactory Boring.


4.   The ?businessman, Carlos ?, has condemned the Japanese legal system in his first public comments since given bail last week in Tokyo. Mr.? hold a news conference in Be? that he had no chance with fair triel in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. Japanese ?described the remarks totally unacceptable.


5.   The EU's climate monitor says last year was Europe's hotest ever. It says the world wide average temperature was only slightly below 2016, which was the warmest on record.


6.   Washington has imposed financial sanctions on one of South Sudan's vice-president, Taban Deng Gai. It accused him of arrenging the disappearance and death of two people. Mr.Gai has not responded, but presidential spokesman said there was no evidence that any government officials were involved in the killings.


7.   And police in Demoncratic Republic of Congo have ordered all students to leave Kinshasa university following crushes between police and protesters. Two days of demonctrations were sparked by sharp increasing tuition fees. Police say students have 48 hours to vacate the campus.
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