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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

1.D has announced that the British prime minister B will return to work on Monday. A little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital where he had been treated in intense care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating as his official country retreat,  were spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and president Trump.

2.The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. That figure was compound by J university in the United States, 2.8 million cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed. But the real number is thought to be much higher.


3.Some of those European counties most afftected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid March. France is recorded a drop in death. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday, if infections continue to decline.


4.In New York state, the third at the epidemic central of the U.S outbreak, the governor A, says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for Covid-19. He said he will also expend screening for anti-body's detest in community, starting with the central workers.


5.German police in R have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating a against-the-continuance of lockdown measures. About 1,000 protesters from the left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to halt the rally.


6.Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.


7.And in other news, the Nigerian military said it is kill 89 people, responsible for attacking civilians in mid northwestern some far estates. A spokesman said five people who have been kidnapped were rescued. A ? forcing cattle were also recovered.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

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Downing Street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday a little more than 2 weeks after being discharged from hospital where he’d been treated in an intensive care for coronavirus. He’s been recuperating at his official country retreat where he’s spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and President Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real number is thought to be much higher.

Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus deaths since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in deaths. Spain has promised to let people out for exercises from next Saturday if infections continued to decline.

In New York State, the epicenter of the U.S. outbreak, the Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for Covid-19. He said he would also expand screening for anti-bodies tested immunity starting with the central workers.

German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Bolin demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About 1000 protesters from the left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.

Poland will restart its topflight football league season a month from now.


And another news, the Nigerian military says it has killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern * State. A spokesman said 5 people who had been kidnapped were rescued, * rifles and cattle were also recovered.

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Downing Street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged form hospital, where he'd been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he spoke with Queen Elizabeth, Cabinet ministers and president Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real numbers are thought to be much higher.

Some of those European Countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid March. France's recorded a drop in deaths. Spain's promised to let people out for exercises from next Saturday, if infections continued declining.

In New York state, the epicentre of the US outbreak, the governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for covid-19. He said he would also expand screening for anti-bodies to test immunity,starting with essential workers.

German police in riot gear have arrest dozen of people in center Berlin demonstrating against the continence of lockdown measures. About 1000 protesters from the left and right flouted coronavirus restriction to hold the rally.

Poland will restart its top 5 football league's season a month from now.

And in other news, the Nigerian military says it's killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern S state. A spokesman said 5 people who had been kidnaped were rescued. Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.
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Downing Street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than 2 weeks after being discharged from hospital where he had been treated in Intensive Care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he's spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and President Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johnsons Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, but the real number is thought to be much higher.

Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking into easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus deaths since mid-march. France has recorded a drop in deaths. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Sunday if infections continue to decline.

In New York State, the epicenter of the US outbreak, the Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carried out tests for COVID-19. He said he would also extend screening for antibodies to test immunity starting with essential workers.

German police and riot gear have arrested dozens of people in Central Berlin demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About a thousand protestors from the left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the valley.

Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.

And in other news, the Nigerian military says it has killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern Sonfara State. A spokesman said 5 people who have been kidnapped were rescued. Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.
BBC news.  

Downing Street has announced that the British prime minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he'd been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he's spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and president Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real numbers are thought to be much higher.

Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid-March. France's recorded a drop in deaths. Spain has promised to let people out for exercises from next Saturday, if infections continued to decline.

In New York state, the epicenter of the U.S outbreak, the governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for Covid-19. He said he would also expand screening for anti-bodies to test immunity, starting with essential workers.

German police in riot gear have arrest dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continence of lockdown measures. About 1,000 protesters from the left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.

Poland will restart its top-five football league season a month from now.

And in other news, the Nigerian military says it's killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern Zamfara state. A spokesman said five people who had been kidnaped were rescued. Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.

[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

Downing Street has announced that the British prime minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he has been treated in an intensive care for coronavirus. He's been recouperating at his official country retreat. Previously spoken with queen elisabeth, canbinet ministers and president trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000, the figure was compiled by John Howkins University in the United States.  2.8 million cases of covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real number is thought to be much higher.


Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in death. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday, even infections continued to decline.


In New York State, the epiccenter of the US outbreak, the governor xx says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for covid-19. He said he would also extend  for antibodies to test imunity, starting  with essential workers.


German police and riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continuence of lockdown measures. About 1000 protesters from the left and right, flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.


Poland will restart it top 5 football league season a month from now.


And in  other news, the Nigeria military says it killed 89 people, responsible for attacking civilians in the northwest some far estate. A spokesman said five people who had been kidnapped were rescued. Assault rifles in xx were also recovered.

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Downing Street has announced that the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, will return to work on Monday. A little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital where he had been treated in intense care for corona virus. He's been recuperating as his official country retreat, when spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and president Trump.

The number of people killed by the corona virus worldwide has passed 200,000. That figure was comported by *university in the United States. 2.8 million cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed. But the real number is thought to be much higher
Some of those European counties most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns.
Italy announced its lowest number of corona virus death since mid-March.
France is recorded a drop in death.
Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday, if infections continue to decline.

In New York state, the third at the epidemic central of the U.S outbreak, the governor *, says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for Covid-19. He said he will also expend * for antibody detest in community, starting with the central workers.

German police in riot have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About 1,000 protesters from the left and right * corona virus restrictions to halt the rally.

Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.
And in other news, the Nigerian military said it is kill 89 people, responsible for attacking civilians in mid northwestern some far *. A spokesman said five people who have been kidnapped were rescued. A thought might forcing cattle were also recovered.
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Downing Street has announced the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than 2 weeks after being discharged from hospital where he’d been treated in an intensive care for coronavirus. He’s been recuperating at his official country retreat where he’s spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and President Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real numbers are thought to be much higher.

Some of those European countries most affected by pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in death. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday if infections continue to decline.

In New York State, the epicenter of the US outbreak, the Governor Andrew Cuomo says he’ll authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for covid-19. He said he would also expand screening antibody to test immunity starting with central workers.

German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About thousand proctors from left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the valley.

Poland will restart its top 5 football leagues season a month from now.

And in another News, the Nigerian military says it has killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern Zamfara State. A spokesman said 5 people who had been kidnapped were rescued,assualt rifles and cattle were also recovered.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

Downing Street has announced that the British prime minister Borris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital where he had been teated in intensive care for coronavirus. He has been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he has spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and president Trump.The number of people killed by coronavirus worldwide has passed two hundred thousand.The figure was piled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real numbers are thought to be much higher. Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are looking at easing their lockdowns.Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus deaths since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in deaths. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday if infections continue to decline.
In New York, the epicenter of US outbreak , the governor ? says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out tests for covid-19. He said he would also expand screening for ainti-bodies to test imminity, starting with the central workers.
German police in riot gear  have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About a thousand protesters from the left and right flouted the coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally. Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.
And in other news, the Nigerian military says it has killed eighty-nine people responsible for killing civilians in the northwestern  ?  state. A spokesman said five people who had been kidnapped were rescued.Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

1.   Downing Street has announced that British prime minister, Boris Johnson, WILL will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he has been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He has been recuperating at his official country retreat ,where he's spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabnet miniters ans President Trump.

2.   The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by the John Hopkins university in the United States. Two point eight million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed . But the real number is thought to be much higher.


3.    Some of those European countries most effected by the pandemic are now looking at easing the lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid March, France has recorded a dropping death, Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday, if infectoins continue to decline.


4.   In New York state, the epicenter of the U.S outbreak, the governor Andrew Coumo says he'll authorise independent farmers to carry out text for COVID-19. He said he would also expand screening for antibodies to test imunity, starting with essential workers.


5.   German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin demonstrating at against the continuance of lockdown measures. About a thousand protesters from the left and right, flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.  


6.    Poland will restart its top-five football league season a month from now.


7.   And in another news, the Nigerian military says it has killed 89 people, responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern Zamfara state. A spokesman said five people who had been kidnapped were rescued,. Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.

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Downing street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than 2 weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he had been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he has spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers, and President Trump. The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by JH University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed , but the real number is thought to be much higher.
Some of those European countries most effected by thee pandemic, are now looking to be easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in deaths. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise next Saturday if infections continue to decline.
In New York State, the epic center of the US outbreak, the governor Andrew Cuomo said he'll authorize independent pharmacies to carry out test for COVID-19. He said he would also expand screening for antibodies to test immunity, starting with essencial workers.
German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continuance of lockdown measures. About a thousand protesters from the left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.
Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.
And in other news, the Nigerian military says it has killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the Northwestern S state. A spokesman said 5 people who had been kidnapped were rescued. Assault rifles and cattle were also recovered.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

Downing Street has announced that the British prime minister Boris Johnson will return to work from Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he has been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He is being recuperating as official country retreat, when spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and president Trump.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compound by John Hopkin University in the United States. 2.8 million cases of covid-19 have been confirmed with the real number thought to be much higher. Some of those European Union countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing the lockdowns. Italy announces its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid-March. France has recorded a drop in death. Spain has promised to let people out for exercise for next Saturday. Even infections continue to decline.


In New York State, the said to be the epicenter of the outbreak, the governor A says he will authorize independent pharmacies to carry out tests for covid-19. He said he would also extend screening for antibodies to test immunity, starting with the central workers.


German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continuings of lockdown measures. About thousands of protestors from left and right flooded coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally. Rolland will restart it top-5 football league season a month from now.


In other news the Nigerian military has killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern S state. The spokesman said 5 people who were kidnapped were rescued. The thought rifles in cattle were also recovered.




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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

BBC news.


Downing Street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday. A liitle more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital, where he'd been treated in an intensive care for coronavirus. He's been recuperating at his official country retreat, where he's spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and President Trump.  


The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000, the figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins Univerisity in the United States. 2.8 million cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, but the real number is thought to be much higher.


Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns. Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus death since mid March. France's recorded the drop in death. Spain has promised to let people out for exercises from next Saturday if infections continued to decline.


In New York State, the epicenter of the US outbreak, the Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorize independent phramacies to carry out test for Covid-19. He said he would also extend screening for antibodies to test immunity, starting with essential workers.


German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin, demonstrating against the continence of lockdown measures. About 1,000 protesters from left and right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.


Poland will restart its top five football league season a month from now.


And in another news, the Nigerian military says it killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwest Zamfara State. A spokesman said five people who had been kidnapped were rescued, assualt rifles and cattle were also recovered.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-26

BBC news

Downing Street has announced that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return to work on Monday, a little more than two weeks after being discharged from hospital where he had been treated in intensive care for coronavirus. He has been recuperating at his official country retreat where he's spoken with Queen Elizabeth, cabinet ministers and President Trump.


The number of people killed by the coronavirus worldwide has passed 200,000. The figure was compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States.  2.8 million cases of covoid-19 have been confirmed but the real number is thought to be much higher.


Some of those European countries most affected by the pandemic are now looking at easing their lockdowns.  Italy announced its lowest number of coronavirus deaths since middle March. France recorded a drop in the deaths.  Spain has promised to let people out for exercise from next Saturday even infections continued to decline.


In New York State, the epicenter of the United States outbreak, the governor Andrew Cuomo says he will authorise independent pharmacies to carry out test for covid-19.  He said he would also expand screening for anti-bodies to test immunity, starting with essential workers.


German police in riot gear have arrested dozens of people in central Berlin demonstrating against the continuity of lockdown measures. About a thousand protesters from the left and the right flouted coronavirus restrictions to hold the rally.


Poland will restart its top-flight football leagues season a month from now.  


And in another news, the Nigerian Military says it's killed 89 people responsible for attacking civilians in the northwestern Zamfara state. A spokesman said 5 people who had been kidnapped were also rescued. A sort of rifles and cattle were also recovered.
                                                   
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