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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

BBC News with Chris Barrow.
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President Trump has welcomed a surprised set of employment figures as evidence the U.S. economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. Two and a half million new jobs were created in May and some of the sectors worst affected by the lock-down were showing the strongest signs of recovering.


The Minnesota State authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of choke hold by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of Gorge Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing, and investigations have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.



President has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 U.S. troops from bases in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on U.S. troop levels of 25,000. No reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one official said increased defense funding/? by other NATO members had been a contributing factor.


The U.N.'s nuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The RAEA said that for months its inspectors had been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it's ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.


Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest, calling on President Ibrahim ** to step down because of the escalating Jihadists and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential ___, who's been calling for talks with the militants.


And one of the world's leading orchestras, the Vienna ___, is giving its 1st live performance after the lock-down. Because of social distancing rules, only a hundred of the 2,000 seats will be taken.


And that's the latest BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

President Trump has welcomed a surprise at the employment figure as evidenced the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. 2 and half million new jobs were created in May as some of the sectors worst effected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.
The minister social state authorities have reached an agreement with the city of M to ban the use of the choke hold by the police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of George Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with this killing and investigations have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.

President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw alomost ten thousand US troops from bases in Germany by september. He wants a permament cap on US troop levels of 25,000. No reason has yest been given for the reduction but one of officials said increased defend spending by other NATO members have been a contributory factor.


The UN's neuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuning failure to allow access to sights it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for months its spectators have been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its neuclear programme was peaceful and has denied that it never thought to built neuclear weapon.


Thousands of people in M have been taking part in a protest, calling on president * to step down because of the escalating jehadist and communal violence. The rally was led by an influencial * who has been calling for talks with the militants.


And one of the world's leading orchistras,the Vienna * is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of social distancing rules only 102,000 seats will be taken.




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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

BBC News with Chris Barrow.  

President Trump has welcomed a surprise set of employment figures as evidence the U.S. economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. 2.5 million new jobs were created in May and some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.

The Minnesota State authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of the chokehold by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of Gorge *. 4 officers have been charged in connection with his killing, and investigations have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.

President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 U.S. troops from bases in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on U.S. troop levels of 25,000. No reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one official said increased defense spending by other NATO members had been a contributory factor.

The UN's Nuclear Watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The RAEA said that for months its inspectors had been prevented from examining 2 suspect locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it's ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.

Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest calling on President * to step down because of the escalating Jihadists and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential Imam who's been calling for talks with the militants.

And one of the world's leading orchestras, the Vienna *, is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of social distancing rules, only 100 of the 2,000 seats will be taken.


And that’s the latest BBC News.

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BBC news with Chris Barrel.  

President Trump has welcomed a surprised set of employment figures, as evidence the U.S economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. 2.5 million new jobs were created in May, as some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest sign of recovery.

The Minnesota state authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of chokehold by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of George Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing. An investigation has been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.

President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 U.S troops from basis in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on U.S troop level of 25,000. No reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one official said increased defense spending by other NATO members had been a contributing factor.

The UN's nuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for months, its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful, and has denied that it's ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.

Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest, calling on president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta to step down, because of the escalating Jihadist and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential Imam, who has been calling for talks with the militants.

And one of the world's leading orchestras, the Vienna Philharmonic is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of social distancing rules, only 100 of the 2,000 seats will be taken.

And that's the latest BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

BBC news with Chris Barrel.


President Trump has welcomed a surprised set of employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. Two and a half million new jobs were created in May as some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.


The Minnesota State authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of chokehold by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of George Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing and investigations have been opened in the several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.


President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from bases in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on US troop levels of 2,500. No reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one of official said increased defense spending by other NATO members had been a contributing factor.

The UN's nuclear watchdog had expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing fauilure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for month its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it's ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.


Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest, calling on President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita to step down because of the escalating Jihadists and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential Imam, who's been calling for talks with the militants.


And one of the world's leading orchestras, the Vienna Philarmonic, is giving its first live performance after the lockdiown. Because of the social distancing rules, only 100 of 2000 seats will be taken.


And that's the latest BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

President Trump has welcomed a surprise settle of employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic.Two and a half million new jobs will created in May ,and some of the sectors worst defected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.The Minnesota state of authority is agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of the chock hold by police.The move follows last week`s death in police custody of Geoge Floid. Four officers have been charged in connection with this killing,and the investigations have been opened in several other instances police violence during the demonstration that followed.
President Trump has directed the XX to withdraw almost ten thousand US troops from basis in Germany by September.He wants opponent camp on US troop levels of 25000.No reason has yet been given for the reduction,but one official said increase defense spending by other native members have been a contributory factor.
The UN nuclear XX has express serious concerns at Iran`s continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit.The XX said that for months since his suspects have been prevented from examining two suspected locations.Iran always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that he`s ever thought to build a nuclear weapon.
Thousands of people in XX have been taking part in a protest calling on president XX to step down because of the escalating,hardest and communal violence.The rally was led by an influential XX who`s been calling for talks with the militants.
And one of the world`s leading orchestras XX is giving his first live performance after the lockdown because the social distancing rules only a hundreds of the two thousand seats

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

President Trump has welcomed a surprise set of employment figures as evidence that the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. Two and a half million new jobs were created in May. And some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.The Minnesota state authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minnesota to ban the use of chokehold by police.
The move follows last week's death in police custody of George Floyd.Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing. And investigations have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.
President Trump has directed Pentagon to withdraw almost ten thousand US  troops from Basis in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on US troop levels of twenty-five thousand. No reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one official said the increased defence spending by other NATO members had been a contributing factor.
The UN's nuclear watch dog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit.The IAEA said that for months its inspectors had been prevented from examining two suspect locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied it ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.
Thousands of people in Mali have taken part in a protest calling on president ? to step down because of the escalating Jihadist and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential imam who has been calling for talks with the militants.
And one of the world's leading orchestras ? is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of social distancing rules only a hundred of the two thousand seats will be taken.
                                                   
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BBC News with Chris Barrow

President Trump has welcomed a surprise set of employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. Two and a half million new jobs were created in May as some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.

The Minnesota state authority has reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of choke hold by police. The move follows last week’s death in police custody of George Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing. An investigation has been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.

President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from bases in Germany by September. He wants a permanent cap on US troop level of 25,000. No reason has yet been given for the reduction. But one official said increase defense spending by other NATO members has been a contributing factor.

The UN’s nuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran’s continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for months its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspect locations. Iran has always said its nuclear programme was peaceful and has denied it has ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.

Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest calling on President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta to step down because of the escalated Jihadist and communal violence. The rally was led by an influential Imam who has been calling for talks to the militants.

And one of the world’s leading orchestras, the Vienna Philharmonic, is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of social distancing rules, only a hundred of the 2 thousand seats will be taken.

And that’s the latest BBC News
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President Trump has welcomed the surprise set of employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. 2.5 million new jobs will be created in May and solve the center’s worst affected by the lockdown with showing the strongest signs of recovery.  

The Minnesota State of authorities have reached an agreement with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of the choke hold by police. The move followed the last week’s death in police custody of George Floyd. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing and investigations have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demonstrations that followed.

President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from bases in Germany by September. He wants a permanent camp on US trip levels of 25,000. No reason has yet been given for the reduction but one official said increases defense spending by other native members have been a contributory factor.

The UN’s nuclear watch dog has expressed serious concerns at Iran’s continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for months its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspect locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it ever sought to build a nuclear weapon.

Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest calling on President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita to step down because the escalating Jihadist and _ violence. The rally was led by an influential _ who’s been calling for talks with the militants.

And one of the world’s leading orchestras The Vienna Philharmonic is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of the social distancing rules only a hundred of the 2000 seats will be taken.

[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

President Trump has welcomed a surprise set of employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic. two has hlaf million new jobs were created in May, as some of the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.

The M... state authorities have reached an agreement with the city of M.. to ban to use of chokehold by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of  G.F.. Four officers have been charged in connection with this killing. An investigation has been opened in several other instances of police violence during the demostrations that followed.


President Trump has directed the P... to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from bases in Germany by September.  He wants the permanent cap on the US troop levels of 25,000.  No reason has yet been given fro the reduction, but one official said increased defense spending by other NATO members had been contributing factor.


The UN's nuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that for months its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful, and has denied that it's ever assualt sought to build a nuclear weapon.


Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest calling on president ..... to step down because of the escalating J.. and communal violance.  The rally was led by influencal I.., who has benn calling for talks with militants.


And one of the world's leading o... , the ... is giving its first live perfomance after the lockdown. Beacuse of the social distancing rules only a hundred of the 2000 seats will been taken.


And that;s the latest BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

1. President Trump has welcomed a surprise set of employment figures as evidence the American economy is on its way back after corona virus pandemic, two and half millions new jobs were created in May and some of sectors worst effected by the lockdwon were showing the strongest signs of recovery.

2. The M state authority has reached an agreement with the city of M to ban the use of choke hold by police, the move follows last week's death in police custody of JF, 4 officers have been charged in connection with his killing and investigation has been opened in several other instances of police violences during the demonstrations that followed.


3. President Trump has directed Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from basis in Germany by September, he wants perminent cap on US troop levels 25,000, no reason has yet been given for the reduction, but one official said increase defence spending by other NATO members have been a contributed factor.


4. The UN's nuclear watchdog has expressed serious concern at Iran continuing failure to allow access to site it wants to visit, the IAEA said for months it inspected have been prevented for examing two suspect locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it has ever though to build a nuclear weapon.


5. Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in the protest calling on president XX to step down because of the escalation J and C violence, the rally was led by the an influential imam who's been calling for talks with the militants.


6. And one of the world leading orchestras the Vienna philharmonicis is giving its first live performce after the lock down, because of the social distencing rule only 100 of the 2000 seats will be taken.

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1. President Trump has welcomed a surprise set in employment figures as evidence the US economy is on its way back after the corona virus pandemic. 2.5 million new jobs were created in May and some of  the sectors worst affected by the lockdown were showing the strongest signs of recovery.

2. The M state authorities have reached an agreement with the city of M to ban the use of the choke-throat by police. The move follows last week's death in police custody of George F. Four officers have been charged in connection with his killing and investigation have been opened in several other instances of police violence during the  demonstrations that followed. 

3.President Trump has directed the  Pentagon to withdraw almost 2000 US troops from bases in Germany by September . He wants a permanent cap on US troop level of 25 thousand. No reason has yet been given for reduction but one official said increased defense spending by other NATO members have been a contributory factor..


4. The UN's nuclear watchdog says expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit. The IAEA said that  this month its inspectors have been prevented from examining two suspected locations. Iran has always said its nuclear program was peaceful and has denied it's ever thought to build a nuclear  weapon. 

5. Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in a protest calling on president K to step down because of the escalating Jihadist and K violence.  The ally was led by an influential imam who has been calling for talks with the militants..

6. And one of the world's leading orchestras the Vienna F is giving its first live performance after the lockdown. Because of the social distancing rules, only a hundred of the two thousand seats will be taken.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-06

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President Trump has welcomed the surprise set of employee figures as evidence US economy is on its way back after the coronavirus pandemic.2.5 million new jobs were created in May as some of the sectors worst effected by the lock down were showing the strongest signs of recovery.


The Minnesota  state authority is / agreements with the city of Minneapolis to ban the use of choke hold by police.The move follows last week's death in police custody of George Floyd.4 officers have been chagred in connection with this killing and investigations have be opened in several other instances of police's violence during the demonstrations that followed.


President Trump has directed the Pentagon to withdraw almost 10,000 US troops from bases in Germany by September.He wants a permanent camp on US troop levels on 25,000.No reason has yet been given for the reduction.But one official said increase defence spending by other NATO members had been a contributing factor.


The UN's nuclear watch dog has expressed serious concern at Iran's continuing failure to allow access to sites it wants to visit.The IAEA said that for months it's inspectors have been prevented from examing two suspect locations.Iran has always said it's nuclear program was peaceful and has denied that it's ever thought to build a nuclear weapon.


Thousands of people in Mali have been taking part in the protest calling on president / to step down becasue of the / and / violence.The rally was led by an influential Aman who is been calling for talks with the militants.


And one of the world's leading  / is giving it's first live performance after the lock down.Because of social distancing rules,only a hundred of the 2000 seats will be taken.











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