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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-28

BBC news.

The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services, particularly immunization for the poorest children. The WHO's  director general xx said there were reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases, such as poliu and colora.

President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist that US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country. And the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.


The governor of California xx has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr. xx said this would delay the loosening of the measures.


The collaps in demands for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plumetting again. The US benchmark, west taxes intermediate tumbled by 25% to below $13 a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.


Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's big city xx have rioted in protest at lockdown measures. Polices said the workers at the xx free trade zone injured several offices. Nigeria's president has announced restrictions will be extended for another week.


Columbia's main rebel group, the ELN has announced it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels had been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government, which was suspended two years ago.


Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until the first of September because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.


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The world health organisation has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is destructing normal health services, particularly immunisation for the poorest children. The WHO director general Tedra Sanienm said there were reports of shortages of vaccints against other diseases such as polio and calarab.
President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the US has bring in the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr Trump said there were encouraging signs accross the country and the governors  should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50 thousand Americans have died during the outbreak.
The governor of Canifornia Gaven Newson has said he may step off coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr. Newson said this could delay the loosening of measures.
The clasp in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plumeting again. The US benchmark west taxes into media tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel, the crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.
Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's biggest city Laggos has rited? and protested at lock- down measures. Police said the workers at the laki free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria's president has announced the restrictions will be extended for another week.
Columbia's main rebel group the ELN has announced it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire declared to help the authority deal with the pandemic. The left wing rebels has been pushing for a resumption of peacetalks with the government which was suspended 2 years ago.

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The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is destructing normal health services, particular immunization for the poorest children. The WHO's direct general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there were reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases, such as Polio and Cholera.
President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist that the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside of the Whitehouse, Mr. Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.
The governor of California Gaven Newson has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr. Newson said that could delay the loosening of the measures.
The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent the price plummeting again. The US benchmark, West Texas intermediate tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage spaces for oil.
Workers at a construction site in Nigeria's biggest city L have rioted in protest of lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the L free trade zone injured several officers.  Nigeria's president has announced that restrictions would be extended for another week.
Columbia's main rebel group, the ELN has announced it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels have been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government which was suspended 2 years ago.
A has banned all internal and international commercial flights until 1 September because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines should not be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next 4 months.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-28 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC News with David Harper.  

The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is destructing normal health services particularly immunization for the poorest children. The WHO’s Director of General * said there were reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases such as polio and cholera.   

President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the U.S. is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr. Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it is safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California * has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged that crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr. * said this could delay the loosening of measures.

The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The U.S. benchmark west Texas into mediate tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage base for oil.   

Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria’s biggest city Lagos have rioted in protest of the lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the * free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria’s President has announced the restrictions will be extended for another week.   

Columbia’s main rebel group, the ELA, has announced it will not renew a unilateral ceasefire it declared to help the authority deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels has been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government which was suspended 2 years ago.


Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until the 1st September because of the pandemic. The authority said airlines shouldn’t be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next 4 months.        

BBC News.

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BBC news with David Harper.  

The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services, particularly immunization for the poorest children. The WHO's director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there were reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases, such as polio and cholera.

President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr. Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country, and the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California Gavin Newsom has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr.Newsom said this would delay the loosening of the measures.

The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The US benchmark, West Texas Intermediate tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.

Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's biggest city Lagos have rioted in protest at lockdown measures. Polices said the workers at the Lekki Free Trade Zone injured several offices. Nigeria's president has announced the restrictions will be extended for another week.

Columbia's main rebel group, the ELN has announced it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels have been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government, which was suspended two years ago.

Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until September,1st because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.

BBC news.

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BBC news with David Harper.
The World Health Organization has warned the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services particularly the immunization for the poorest children. The WHO's direct general said they were reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases such as polio and colora.

President trump has used its first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist US's bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the white house, Mr. Trump said there are encouraging signs across the country and governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it's safe to do so. more than fifty thousand Americans have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California has said it may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches of the weekend. Said this could delay the loosening of the measures.

The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The US benchmark west taxes intermediate tumbled by 25 percent to below thirteen dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.

Workers at a construction site in Nigeria's biggest city, have rioted in protests under lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria's president has announced restrictions will be extended for another week.

Columbia's main rebel group has announced it won't renew a unilateral cease fire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels have been pushing for assumptions of peace talks with the government which was suspended two years ago.

Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights into the 1st, September because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.

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The World Health Organization has warned that coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services, particularly immunisation for the poorest children. The WHO's Director-General Tedos said there were reports of shortages of vaccines against other disease, such as polio and cholera.

President Trump has used his first coronavirus new conference since Friday to insist the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House,Mr. Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country, and the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible, as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50 thousand Americans have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California GVNS has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after picture imaged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr. NS said this could delay the loosening of measures.

The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again.The US benchmark, West Texas intermediate, tumbled by 25 percent to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.

Workers at a construction site in the Nigerian biggest city of Lagos have rioted in protest at lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the L free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria's president has announced the restrictions will be extended for an another week.

Colombia's may rebel group, the ELN, has announced it won't renew an unilateral ceasefire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels have been pushing for a resumption of a peace talks with the government, which was suspended two years ago.

Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until 1st September, because of the pandemic.The authorities said airlines shouldn't be allow to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.
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The world health organization has warned that the corona virus pandemic is destroying normal health service particularly immunization for poorest students. The WHO's director general Tedros said the report of shortage of vaccine against other disease such as polio and cholera.

President Trump has used his first corona virus conference since Friday to insist the U.S. is bringing the spread of illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and the governors should reopen their states as soon as possible as long as it’s safe to do so. More than 50,000 American have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California has said he may step up corona virus restrictions after pictures of emerge of * beached on the weekend. Mr. * said it could delay the loosening of the measures.

The collapse of demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent price plummeting again. The US benchmark, West * intermediate, * by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage spaces for oil.

Workers at a construction site in Nigeria's biggest city * have rioted in protest of lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the * free trade zone injured several officers.  Nigeria's president has announced that restrictions would be extended for another week.

Columbia's main rebel group, the ELN has announced it won't renew a * ceasefire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels have been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government which was suspended 2 years ago.

A has banned all internal and international commercial flights until 1 September because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines should not be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next 4 months.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-04-28 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

1.   The World Health Organiztion has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is destructing normal health services, particularly immunisation for the poorest children. The WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there were reports of shortages of vaccines agaisnt other disease, such as polio and cholera.

2.   President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the U.S is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr.Trump said they were encouraging sign across the country, and governor should reopen theire states as quickly as possible, as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.


3.   The governor of Calironia, Gavin Newsom, has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend. Mr.Newsom said this could delay the loosening of measures.


4.   The collapse in demandfor oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The U.S benchmarke, West Texas Intermediate, Tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel. The crisis has beed made worse by the lack of storage base for oil.


5.   Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's biggest city Lagos have rioted in protest at lockdown measures .Police said the workers at the Lekki free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria's president has announced that the restrictions will be extended for another week.


6.   Columbia's mail rebel group, the ELN, has announced it won't renew a unilateral cease fire it declared to help the authorities to deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels had been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government which was suspended tow years ago.


7.   Argentina has banned all intermational commercial flights until the first of September because of the pandemic. The authosities said airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four month.

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BBC news with David Harper.


The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services, particularly immunization for the poorest children. The WHO Director GeneralTedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there were reports of shortages of vaccines againist other diseases, such as polio and cholera.


President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside of the White House, Mr. Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible, as long as it's safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.


The Governor of Carlifornia Gavin Newson has said that he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged crowds flocking to beaches at weekend. Mr. Newson said that could delay the loosening of the measures.


The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The US benchmark, West Texas Intermediate, tumbled by 25% to below $13 a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.


Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, had rioted in protest of the lockdown measures. Police said the workers at Lekki Free Trade Zone injured several officers. Nigeria's president has announced the restrictions will be extended for another week.


Columbia's main rebel group, the ELN, has announced it won't renew unilateral ceasefire it declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-ring rebels had been pushing for resumption for peace talks with the government which was suspended two years ago.


Argentina has banned all interal and international commerical flights until 1st of September because of the pandemic. The authority said airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flighs that may not go ahead in the next four months.


BBC news.

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BBC news with David Harper

The World Health Organisation has warned that the coronvirus pandemic is destructing normal health services, particularly immunisation for the poorest children. The WHO's Director General Tedro Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there were reports of shortage of vaccines against other diseases, such polio and cholera.


President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insists the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking outside the White House, Mr Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and the governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it is safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.


The governor of California Gavin Newsom has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at weekend. Mr Newsom said this could delay the loosening of measures.


The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The US benchmark West Texas Intermediate tumbled by 25% to below 30 dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage space for oil.


Workers at a construction site in the Nigeria's biggest city Lagos has rioted in protest at lockdown measures. Police said the workers at the Lekki free trade zone injured several officers. Nigeria's President has announced that restrictions will be extended for another week.


Colombia's main rebel group, the ELN has announced it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire declared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic. The left-wing rebels had been pushing for a resumption of peace talks with the government which was suspended two years ago.


Argentine has banned all internal and international commercial flights until 1st September because of the pandemic. The authorities said airlines shouldn't be allowed to selling tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.
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The WHO has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting normal health services, paiticularly in immunisation for the poorest children. The WHO's director general X said the reports of shortages of vaccines against other diseases such as polio and colora.President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the US is bringing the spread of the illness under control. Speaking out of the White House Mr Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country and the governors should  reopen their states as soon as possible as long it is safe to do so. More than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.
The governor of California X has said he may step up coronavirus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking into beaches at the weekend. Mr X said it could delay the loosing of measures.
The claps of demand for oil because of pandemic has sent prices plummeting again. The US benchmark West Taxs Intermediate tumbled by 25% to below 13dollars a barrel. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of storage base for oil.
Workers at a construction site in Nigeria's biggest city X have rioted in protest lockdown measures. Police said the workers are the lack of free, injured several officers. Nx President has announced that the restrictions will be extended for another week.
Columbian's main rebel group the ELN has announced it will not renew a unilateral cease fire redeclared to help the authorities to deal with the pandemic. The left wing rebels have been pushing for a resumption of peacetalks with the government which was suspended two years ago.
X has banned all internal and international commercial flights into the first Sep. because of the pandemic. The authorities said the airlines shouldn't be allowed to sell tickets for flights may not go ahead in the next four months.

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The World Health organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is distructing normal health serices particularly immunization for the poorest children,the WHO's dirctor general TG said he will report of shortages of vaccines against other diseases,such as polio,and colorup.


President Trump has used his first coronavirus news conference since Friday to insist the US is  bring the spread of the illness under control,speaking outside the White House,Mr Trump said there were encouraging signs across the country,and the governor should reopen their states as quickly as possible,as long as it's safe to do so.More than 50 000 Americans have died during the outbreak.

The governor of California GN has said he   may step up coronavirus restrictions,after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches at the weekend,Mr N said this could delay the loosening of measures.

The collapse in demand for oil because of the pademic has sent prices plumeting again,the US bench mark West Taxes intermidiate tumbled by 25%,to below 30 dollars a barrel,the crisis has been made worse by the lack of storeage place for oil.Workers at a consturction site in the Nigeria's biggest city lagos,have rioted in protest of lockdown measures,Police said the workers at the Laki free trade zone,injured several officiers,Nigeria's president has announced the restrictions will be extended for another week.

Columbia's main rebel group the ELM,has announced that it won't renew a unilateral ceasefire it delcared to help the authorities deal with the pandemic,the left wing rebels,had been pushing for a resumption peace talks with the government ,which were suspended 2 years ago.

Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until the first of September,because  of the pandemic,the authorities said airlines shouln't be allowed sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next 4 months.
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1. The WHO has warned that corona virus pandemic is destructing normal health services particularly immunization for the poorest children, WHO director general XX said there were reports shortage of vaccine against other diseases such as polio and cholera.      

2. President Trump has used its first corona virus news conference since Friday to insist US bring the spread the illness under control, speaking outside the White House, Mr. Trump said there were encourage sign across the country, and governors should reopen their states as quickly as possible as long as it is safe to do so, more than 50,000 Americans have died during the outbreak.         


3. The governor of California XX has said he may step up corona virus restrictions after pictures emerged of crowds flocking to beaches of the weekend as the news said there could delay the loosing of measures.         


4. The collapse in demand for oil because of the pandemic has sent prices plummeting again, US beachmark west taxes intermediate tumbled by 25% to below 13 dollars a barrel, the crisis has been made worst by the lack of storage space for oil.      


5. Workers at construction site in Nigeria's biggest city L have rioted in protest of lockdown measures, police said the workers at the XX free trade zone injured several officers, Nigerial president has announced restriction will be extended for another week.     


6. Columbia's main rebal group ELN has announced it won't renew an unilateral ceasefire it declared to help authority deal with pandemic, the left wing rebel has been pushing for resumption of peace talk with government which was suspended two years ago.           


7. Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights into the first the September because of the pandemic, the authorities said airlines should not be allowed to sell tickets for flights that may not go ahead in the next four months.

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