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1. An investigation by the associated press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggles to get key information from China at the start of the corona virus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO's officials' complaining that Beijing were slow to share necessary data contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.

2. The Democratic party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has accused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is ruling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of unarmed black man Georeg F in M.

3. Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of Adam in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.

4. Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization has said that they are extreme concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous minorities by corona virus. They have highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.

5. The California based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic  increase in revenue. The jumping cost of sale is about 170 percent reflects a surgent demand for its service during the corona virus pandemic.

6. The Center for Democracy and Technology has filed a lawsuit against President Trump's executive order on social media. which it argues violate the first amendment. The group said the ruling is a retaliation for twitter labeling some of Mr.Trump's twitters as potentially miss-leading. 

7. And The United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like googles, facebook and apple are being unfairly targeted, but the countries in question among them Britain and France say the company are paying a fair share of taxes where they operates.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

An investigation by the associated press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggles to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings said to show WHO official's complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary date, contradicting to the organization's public praise of China's response.
The demoncratic party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has accused president Trump of being part of the problem facing the US. The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man George Floyd in M.


Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters, demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of * in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.


Officials from the pan-american health organization have said that they are extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They've highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal goldminers in the Amazon region.


The california-based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jumping costly sells of about 170% reflects the surgent demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.


The centre for democracy and technology has filed a lawsuit against president Trump's executive order on social media which it argues violates the first mendment. The groups say the order is in retaliation for tweeter labling some of Mr Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.


And US has launching an investigation into plans to techs, technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration agrues companies like Google, facebook and Apple have been unfairly targeted. For the countries inquestioned among them Britain and France say the companies are paying a fair share of taxes when they operate.


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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

An investigation by the Association Press has revealed that the WHO struggled to get key information from China at the start of coronavirus pandemic. Leaked rercordings are  said to show WHO officials complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary data, contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.
The Democratic candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has accused president Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man George Floyde in Minneapolis.
Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters eemonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of ? in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.
Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization have said they are extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous communities by coronavirus. They have highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.
The California-based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues.The jump in quarterly sale of about one hundred and seventy percent reflects a surge in demands for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Certer For Democracy and Technology has filed a law suit against president Trump's executive order on social media, which it argues violates the first amendment.The group says the orderis in retaliation for twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.
And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple  are being unfairly targeted, but the countries in question among them Britain and France saying the companies aren't paying a fair share of taxes where they operate. BBC News.


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An investigation by the Associated Press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggles to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show a WHO official's complaining that Beijing were slow to share necessary data, contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.

The Democratic party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has accused president Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.


Clashes have broken in Paris between riot police and protesters demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago.The death of A in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.

Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization have said that they are extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They have highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.

The California-based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jump in costly sales of about 170 percent reflects a surgent demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Center for Democracy and Technology and Technology has filed a lawsuit against president Trump's executive order on social media, which it argues violates the First Amendment. The group says the order is in retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's Twitters as potentially misleading.

And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple have being unfairly targeted. But the countries in question, among them Britain and France, say the companies are paying a fair share of taxes where they operate.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

BBC News with Chris B.

An investigation by the Associated Press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggles to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary data, constradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.


The Democractic Party candidatefor the U.S. presidency Joe Biden has accused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States.  The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police's killing of an unarmed black man George Floyd in M.


Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protestors demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of A. in 2016 started several days of unrest.


Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization have said they are extrememly concerned about the threat imposed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They have highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.


The California-based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jumping costly sells of about 170% reflect a surgent demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.


The Center for Democracy and Techonology has filed a lawsuit against President Trump's executive order on social media, which it argues violates the First Amendment. The group says the order is in retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's twits as potentially misleading.


And the Untied Stats is launching an investigation into plans to tax techonology giants in countries outside the U.S. The Trump Administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple have been unfairly targeted. But the countries in question, among them Britain and France, say the companies are paying a fair share of taxes where they operate.


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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

1.   An investigation by associated press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggled to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary data, contradicting the organization's public press of China's responce.

2.   The Demoncratic party's candidate for the U.S presidency, Joe Bidon, has accused President Trump of being part of the problems facing the United States. The country's reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed blackman George Frauid in Minneapolis.


3.   Clashe's broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters, demonstrating over the death of a blackman in police custody four years ago. The death of Adama Traore in 26 sparked several days of unrest.


4.   Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization have said that they   extremely concerned about the threat post to Brazil's indigenous communities by coronavirus. They highlight the risk of contagion from illegal gold mines in the Amazon region.


5.   The Califonia based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in reverues. The jumping in costly sale of about 170% reflects the surge demand for its service during during the coronavirus pandemic.


6.   The Center for Democracy and Technology has filed a law sue against President Trump's executive order on social media which it argues violate the first amendments. The group says the order is a retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr.Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.


7.   And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax techlology giants in countries outside the U.S . The Trump's administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple have been unfairly targeted. But the countries in question, among them Britain and France, say the companies aren'r paying a fair share of tax where they operate.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

BBC news with Chris Barrel.
An investigation by the Association Press has revealed the World Health Orgination struggles to get the key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that the Beijing was slow to share necessary data contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.



The Democratic Party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has asscused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protest after the police killing of the unarmed black man George Flody in Minneapolis.


Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protestors demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of Adama Traoré in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.


The officials from Pan-America Health Organization has said that they are extremely concerned about the threat posted to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They've highlighted the risk contagion from illegal goldminers in the Amazon region.


The California based video conference company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jumping cost of sales about 170% reflects a surging demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.


The Center for Democracy and Technology has filed a lawsuit aganist President Trump's executive order on social media which it argues violates the first amendment. The group said the order is in a retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.


And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple are being unfairly targeted, but the countries in question among them Britain and France say their companies are paying a fair share of taxes where they operate.


BBC news.



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BBC news with Chris Barrel.

An investigation by the Associated Press has revealed the World Health Orgination struggles to get the key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that the Beijing was slow to share necessary data contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.

The Democratic Party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has asscused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protest after the police killing of the unarmed black man George Flody in Minneapolis.

Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protestors demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of Adama Traoré in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.

The officials from Pan-America Health Organization has said that they are extremely concerned about the threat posted to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They've highlighted the risk contagion from illegal goldminers in the Amazon region.

The California based video conference company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jumping cost of sales about 170% reflects a surging demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Center for Democracy and Technology has filed a lawsuit aganist President Trump's executive order on social media which it argues violates the first amendment. The group said the order is in a retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.

And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple are being unfairly targeted, but the countries in question among them Britain and France say their companies are paying a fair share of taxes where they operate.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Chris Barrel.  

An investigation by the Associated Press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggled to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO official's complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary date, contradicting to the organization's public praise of China's response.

The democratic party candidate for the U.S presidency Joe Biden has accused president Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters, demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of Adama Traore in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.

Officials from the Pan-American Health Organization have said that they are extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They've highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal goldminers in the Amazon region.

The California-based video conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jump in quarterly sells of about 170% reflects a surge in demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.

The center for Democracy and Technology has filed a lawsuit against president Trump's executive order on social media, which it argues violates the first amendment. The group says the order is in retaliation for Twitter labeling some of Mr. Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.

And the United States has launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the U.S. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple have been unfairly targeted. For the countries in question, among them Britain and France say the companies aren't paying a fair share of taxes when they operate.

BBC news.
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An investigation by the Associated Press has revealed that the World Health Organization struggles to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary data, contradicting the organization's public praise of China's response.

The Democratic Party candidate for the US presidency Joe Biden has accused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is railing from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody four years ago. The death of Adam  in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.

Officials from the pan-American Health Organization have said they're extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They've highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.

The California-based video-conferencing company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jump in quarterly sales of about 170% reflects a surging demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Center for democracy and technology has filed a lawsuit against President Trump's executive order on social media, which it argues violates the first amendment. The group says the order is a retaliation for Twitter labelling some of Mr. Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.

And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple are being unfairly targeted. But the companies in question, among them Britain and France say the companies aren't paying a fair share of taxes where they operate.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

BBC news with Chris Berrow

An investigation by the associated press has revealed that the World Health Organsiation struggles to get key information from China at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Leaked recordings are said to show WHO officials complaining that Beijing was slow to share necessary data, contradicting the Organisation's public praise of China's response.


The Democratic Party candidate for the US presidency, Joe Biden has accused President Trump of being part of the problem facing the United States. The country is reeling from a week of violent protests after the police killing of an unarmed black man, George Floyd in Minneapolis.


Clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody 4 years ago. The death of Adama Traore in 2016 sparked several days of unrest.


Officials from the Pan America Health Organisation have said they are extremely concerned about the threat posed to Brazil's indigenous community by coronavirus. They have highlighted the risk of contagion from illegal gold mines in the Amazon Region.


The California-based video conference company Zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues. The jump in quarterly sales of about 170% reflects a surging demand for its service during the coronavirus pandemic.


The Centre for Democracy and Technology has filed a lawsuit against President Trump's executive order on social media which it argues violates the first amendment. The Group says the order is in retaliation for Twitter labelling some of Mr Trump's tweets as potentially misleading.


And the United States is launching an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US. The Trump Administration argues companies like Google, Facebook and Apple are being unfairly targeted. But the counties in question, among them, Britain and France say the companies are paying a fair share of taxes where they are operated.


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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-03

1. An investigation by the associated press has revealed that the world health organization struggle to get key information from XX at the start of the corona virus pandemic, leak recordings said to show WHO official complaining that XX was slow to share necessary date, contradicting the organizations public praise of XX's response.

2. The democratic party candidate for the US presidency JB has accused president Trump have been the part of the problem facing the US, the country is reeling from the weeks of violence protest after the police killing of an un armed black man JF in M.


3. Clashes broken out in Pairs between riot police and protestors demonstrating over the death the black man in police custody 4 years ago, the death of XX in 2016 spark several days of unrest.


4. Officials from pan American health organization has said it extremly concerned about the threat posted to Brazil's indigenous community by corona virus, they highlight the risk of contagion from illegal gold miners in the Amazon region.


5.The California based video conferencing company zoom has reported a dramatic increase in revenues, the jump in costly sales of about 170% reflect surgent demand for its service during the corona virus pandemic.


6. The center of democracy and technology has filed a lawsuit against president Trump's executive order in social media which is argue violate the first amendment the group said the order is in retaliation for twitter labeling some of president Trump's twits as potiential misleading.


7. And United States has launched an investigation into plans to tax technology giants in countries outside the US, the Trump administration argues companies like google, facebook and apple have been unfairly targeted, but the countries in question among them in Britain and France say the companies are not paying a fare share of taxes where they operate.

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