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1.A canadian court has ruled fraud charge against Mengwanzhou, the chief finance officer of the Chinese technology giant Huawei, constituted a crime in Canada opening the way for her extradition to the United States. Meng will fight a case at a hearing next month.

2.President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't as he put it, clean off their act. On Tuesday Twitter labeled serviced post as potential misleading, it's declined to comment on the president's warning.

3.A planned launch for the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next windy day for launching the space X rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in nine years.

4. Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the health ministry and the home of the health minister in an investigation over alleged over-pricing of test cases for covid-19. There has been calls for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst effected countries in south America.

5.Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua over a dispute for this let hundreds of lorries stranded  the border between the two countries.Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were filed have symptoms of covid-19.

6. The family of an African man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the M police officers involved to be charged with murder.

7. And finally ,L , the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV Aids in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up Gay Man's Health Crisis the world's first organization focusing on Aids patients.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

BBC News with Garis Barlow.  

A Canadian Court has ruled fraud charge against Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Finance Officer of the Chinese technology Giant Huawei constituted a crime in Canada, opening the way of her extradition to the United States. Ms. Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.  

President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don’t as he putted, clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labeled two of his posts as potential misleading. It declined to comment on the president’s warning.

A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of the bad weather. The next window for launching the Space-X rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the U.S. in 9 years.

Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the Health Ministry and home of the Health Minister in an investigation over the alleged over-pricing of testing kits of Covid-19. There have been calls for the Health Minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in South America.

Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua to resolve a dispute for it let hundreds of lorries stranded the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were filed to have symptoms of Covid-19.  

A family of an African American mean who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the Minneapolis police officers involved to be charged with murder.

And finally, Larry *, the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV Aids in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up gay men health crisis, the world’s first organization focusing on Aids patients.


Live from London, that’s the latest BBC World’s News.

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A Canadian court has ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Financial Officer of the Chinese Technology giant Huawei constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition to the United States. Ms. Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.

President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't, as he put it, clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labeled two of his posts as potentially misleading, it has declined to comment on the president's warning.

A plan to launch the first private-sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next one day for launching the SpaceX rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in 9 years.

Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the Health Ministry and the home of the Health Minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits for COVID-19. There have been calls for the Health Minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in South America.

Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nigaragua to resolve a dispute that has left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found to have symptoms of COVID-19.

The family of an African American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the Miniapollis police officers involved to be charged with murder.

And finally, Larry Crammer, the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV Aids in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up Gayman's Health Crisis, the world's first organisation focusing on aids patients.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

BBC NEWS1.A canadian court  has rules a fraud charge against meng wanzhou, the  chief financial officier of the chinese technology giant, HUAWEI,consitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradtion to the United State, Ms Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.
2.President Trump has threaten to regulate or close down socail media platforms if they don't as he put it clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labeled 2 of his post as potentially misleading. He's declined to comment on the president's warning.
3 A plan launch of the first private sector man mission to the international space
station has been postponed because of the bad weather. The next window for launching the space X rocket will be on Saturday,the first such launch from US in 9 years.
3. Police in Ecuador has raided the officers of health ministry and home of the health minister, in a investigation over alleged over pricing of testing kit for Covid-19.There's been calls for the health minister to step down
Ecuador is one of worst affected countries in South America.
4. Central America trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua   to resolve a dispute for this left hundred of lorries stranded the border between the 2 countries, Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found symptons of covid-19.
5. The family of an africa america man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck. A call from Minneapolis police officers involved to be charged with murder.


6. Finally, larry crayman, the America gay right activist who led the campain againt HIV aids  in 1980s and 1990s has died of the age of 84. he was instrumental  in setting up gay man's health crisis ,the world first organization focusing on AIDS patients.
life in London, that's the latest.

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BBC news with Gareth Barlow.  

A Canadian court has ruled fraud charge against Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Finance Officer of the Chinese technology giant Huawei constituted a crime in Canada, opening the way of her extradition to the United States. Mrs. Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.  

President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don’t as he put it, clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labeled two of his posts as potentially misleading. It's declined to comment on the president’s warning.

A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next window for launching the SpaceX rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the U.S in nine years.

Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the health ministry and home of the health minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits for Covid-19. There have been calls for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in South America.

Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua to resolve a dispute, that's left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found to have symptoms of Covid-19.  

The family of an African American man, who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the Minneapolis police officers involved to be charged with murder.

And finally, Larry Kramer, the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV/Aids in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the world’s first organization focusing on Aids patients.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

1.    A Canadian court has ruled a fraud charge against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Chinese technology giant Huawei, consitituted a crime in Canada, openning the way for her extradition to the United States . Mrs. Meng will fight a case at a hearing next month.

2.   President Trump has threaten to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't, as he puted it, clean off their act. On Tuesday, Twittwter labeled two of his post as potential misleading, it declines to comment on the president's warning.


3.   A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of a bad weather. The next window for lauching the space rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from U.S in nine years.


4.   Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the health ministry and home of health minister, in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits for COVID-19. There has been calls for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in south America.


5.   Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua to resolve a dispute that has left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after driveres were found have symptoms of COVID-19.


6.   The family of an African-American man, who died as he was arrested and pinned down by his neck, have called for the Minneaplis police officers involved to be charged with murder.


7.   And finally, Larry Kramer, the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up gay man's health crisis, the world's first organization focusing on AIDS patients.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

BBC news with Gareth Barlow.


A Canadian court has ruled the fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Financial Officer of the Chinese technology giant, Huawei, constituted a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition to the United States. Mrs Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.


President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't, as he put it, clear up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labeled two of his posts as potentially misleading. It's declined to comment on the president's warning.


A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next window for launching the SpaceX rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in 9 years.


Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the health ministry and home of the health minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing for Covid-19. There'll be called for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst ineffected countries in South America.


Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua to resolve a dispute for it left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found to have symptoms of Covid-19.


A family of an America-African man, who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck, have called for the Minneapolis police officers involved to be charged with murder.


And finally, Larry Krammer, the American gay rights activist who led the compaign againist HIV Aids in the 1980s and 1990s, has died at age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up Gay Man Health Crisis, the world's first organization focusing on Aids patients.


Live from London, that's the latest BBC World News.

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A Canadian court  has ruled the fraud charge against MengWanzhou the chief Financial officer of the Chinse technology giant Huawei,constitute a crime in Canada,opening the way for her extradition to the U.S. Mrs Meng will fight a case at a hearing next month.

President Trump has threathen to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't as he put it,clean up their road,on Tuesday ,twitter labelled two of his posts as potentially misleading,is declines a comment on the President's warning.

A planed launch of the first privte sector maned mission to the international space station has been postpone because of bad weather,the next winter for launching the spaceX rocket will on Saturday,the first such launch from the US in 9 years.

Police in Equirdore have raided the offices of the health ministry and home of the health minister, in investigation over alleged overpricing of testingkits for covid-19,There have been calls for the health minister to step down,Equrdore is one of the worst affected countries in South America.

Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costaric and Nica to resolve a dispute ,that has left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries ,Costarica has imposed tough checks,after drivers were found to have symptoms of covid-19.

A family of an African American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck, have called for the media,police officiers involved
to be charged with murder.

And finally,MC the American gay rights activists,who led the campaign against HIV aids in the 1980s,and 1990s,has died at the age of 84,he was instrumental in setting up "gayments health crisis",the world's first organization ,focusing on aids patients.
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A Canadinan court has ruled fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology giant Huawei constituted a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition to the United States. Mrs. Meng will fight her case at a hearing next month.

President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms. If they don't as he put it, clean up their act. On Tuesday, twitter labeled 2 of its posts as potentially misleading. It 's declined to comment on the president's warning.

A plan launched of the first private sector menned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next window for launching the space X rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in 9 years.

Police in * have raided the offices of the health ministry and the home of health minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits of covid-19. They have been called for the health minister to step down. * is one of the worst affected countries in South America.

Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge ** and * to resolve a dispute. That's left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the 2 countries. * has imposed tough test after drivers were found to have symptoms of covid-19.

The family of an African American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the * police officers involved to be charged with murder.

And finally, ** , the American gay rights activist who led to the campaign against HIV/Aids in the 1980s and 1990s, has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up gay men's health crisis. The world's first organization focusing on Aids patients.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

A Canadian court has ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology giant Huawei, constitute a crime in Canada opening the way for her extradition to the United State. Miss Meng will fight a case at a hearing next month.


President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't as he put it clean their note. On tuesday, tweeter labled two of his posts as potentially misleading. It declined to comment on the President's warning.


A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space sattion, has been postponed because of the bad weather. The next Wensday for launching the spaceX rocket will be on Saturday, the first such a launch from the US in 9 years.


Police in * have raided the offices of the health ministry and the home of health minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits for COVID19. There have been calls for health minister to step down. * was one of the worst effected countries in South America.


Central american trade ministers have been meeting to urge C* and * to resolve a disbute for these left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Cos* has imposed tough checks after drivers were found to have symptomes of COVID-19.


The family of an afircan-american man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the * police officers involved to be charged with murder.


And finally, * the american gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s, has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up gay men's health crisis, the world's first organization focuing on AIDS patients.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

BBC news with Chris Berrow

A Canadian Court has ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Financial Officer of the Chinese technology giant Huawei, constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition to the United States. Ms Meng will fight a case at hearing next month.   


President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they do not, as he put it, clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labelled two of his posts as potentially misleading. It declines a comment on the President's warning.


A planned launch of the first private sector manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather. The next window for launching the space X rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in 9 years.


Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the Health Secretary and the home of the Health Minister in an investigation over alleged overpricing of test kits for covid-19. There have been calls for the Health Minister to step down.  Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in South America.


Central American Trade Ministers have been meeting to urge Costa Rica and Nicaragua to resolve a dispute that has left hundreds of lorries stranded at the border between the two countries. Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were founded to have symptoms of covid-19.


The family of an African-American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the Minneapolis police officers involved to be charged with murder.


And finally, Larry Kramer, the American gay rights activist who led the campaign against HIV AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up Gay Men's Health Crisis, the world's first organisation focusing on AIDS patients.
Live from London, that's the latest BBC world news.
                                                   
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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

BBC news with garis Balow.
  A Canadian court has ruled the fraud charges against Meng wanzhou—the chief financial officer of the Chinese Technology Giant Huawei, constituted a crime in Canada, openning the way for her extradition to the United States. Miss Meng will fight a case at a hearing next month.
President Trump has threatened to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't, as he put it, clean up their act. On Tuesday, Twitter labelled two of its posts as potentially misleading. It's declined to comment on the president's warning.
A plan launch the first private sector manned mission to the international space station  has been postponed because of a bad weather. The next windday for launching the space X rocket will be on Saturday, the first such launch from the US in 9 years.
Police in Ecuador have raided the offices of the health ministry and the home of a health minister. The investigation over alledged overpricing of testing gates for covid-19. There have been calls for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of the worst affected countries in South America.
Central American trade ministers have been meeting to urge Costorica and Necraga to resolve a dispute that let hundreds of lorries stranded at the boarder between the two counries. Costarica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found have symtoms of covid-19.
A family of an African-American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for the minia police officers involved to be charged with murder.
And Fili Lerry Carry men—the American gay right activist who led the campaign against HIV AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s has died at the age of 84. He was instrumental in setting up gaymen's health crisis, the world's first organisation focusing on AIDS patients.
Live from London, that's the lastest BBC world news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-05-28

1. A Canadian court has ruled fraud charges against XX the chief financial officer of XX technology giant H, constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition to the United States Ms. XX will fight her case at hearing next month.

2. President Trump has threaten to regulate or close down social media platforms if they don't as he put it cleaning up their act, on Tuesday, Twitter label two of his posts as potentially misleading, it is declined the comment on the president's warning.


3. A plan launched first private set to manned mission to the international space station has been postponed because of bad weather, the next window for launching the spaceX rocket to be on Saturday the first such launch from the US in 9 years.


4. Police in Ecuador has raided the offices of health minstry and home of health minister in the investigation over alleged overpricing of testing kits for covid 19, there has been calls for the health minister to step down. Ecuador is one of worst infected countries in South America.


5. Central American trade minister has been meeting to urge Costa Rica and  Nicaragua to resolve a dispute that left hundreds of lorries stranded the border between the two countries, Costa Rica has imposed tough checks after drivers were found have symptoms of covid 19.


6. The family of an Africa American man who died after he was arrested and pinned down by his neck have called for M's police officers involved to be charged with murder.


7. And finally, XX the American gay right activist who led the campaign against HIV AIDS in the 1980 and 1990s has died at the age of 84, he was instrumental in setting up gay man's health crisis, the world first organization focuing on aids patients

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