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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

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BBC News with Daniel *.  

Anti-racist protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George * in the United States. Large rallies are now getting on the way in Washington and other U.S. cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. *’s killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier, there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.

U.S. prosecutors say two police officers in Buffalo New York have been charged with assault following a video which show them shoving a 75-year old protestor. The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George *.

President * of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. It would involve a cease fire and renewed negotiations. The President unveiled his plan in Cairo alongside his Libyan ally, the warlord General *, who suffered a string of recent defeats the hands of Libya’s UN-backed government.

The Brazilian President * has defended his decision to take down a Health Ministry website that updates daily the total number of cases and victims of Covid-19. Brazil has reported more than 1000 deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of recorded cases.

A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cut for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cut is thought to have helped prices stabilized.

The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risks tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths. But several areas that had been under a lockdown will now reopen.

A Mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angry at his performance since he took office 2 years ago.


That’s the latest BBC News.


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Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries,sparked by the police killing of GF in the U.S,large rallies are now getting underway in Washintgon and other US cities including Chicago.Anger at Mr Floid's killing has led to confrontations in recent days.Earlier,there will big demonstrations in Britain,France and Australia.

US prosecutors say 2 policeofficers  in Buffolo New York have been charged with assalt,following a video which show them shoving a 75 year old protester,The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for GF.

President AF of Egypt has launched an initialtive to end the fighting in neighboring Lybia.It would invlove a cease fire and renewed negotiations.The president unveiled his planing Caro,along side his Lybian ally the warlord General Halifhafta,who is suffered a stream of recent defeats behinds(at hands) of Lybia's UN backed governments.

The Brazlian president JB has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website ,that outdate daily the total number of cases and victims of covid-19.Brazil has reported more than 1000 deaths for a forth consecutive day ,it now has the world's second highest number of reported cases.

A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month,members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia,made the decision in a video conference ,the cuts are thought to have helped price's stablize.

The Kenian government has extended a nation-wide over night curfew for another month,warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths,but several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.

A mayor in TaiWan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens ,angry at his performance since he took office 2 years ago.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the US. Large rallies are now getting underway in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr Floyd's killing has let confrontations in recent days. Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Autrilia.
US prosecutors say two police officers in New York have been charged with assault following a video which showed them shoving a 75 year-old protester. The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George Floyd.


President * of Egypt has lauched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Lybia. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in * alongside his Lybian ally, the lodge general * who has suffered a string of recent defeats behind Lybia's UN backed government.


The Brazilian president * has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of COVID-19. Brazil has reported more than a thousand deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number for recorded cases.


A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts have helped prices stablize.


The * government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.


A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens, angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.


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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countres sparked by the police killing of Mr. George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting under way in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Floyd's killing has led to confrontations in recent days.Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.
US prosecutors say two police officers in Buffulo New York have been charged with assault following a video which showed them shoving a seventy-five-year-old protester.The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George Floyd.
President ? of Egypt has luanched an initiative to end the fighting in neighbouring Lybia. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in Cairo alongside his Lybian ally, the warlord general ?, who has suffered a string of recent defeats at the hand of Lybia's UN-backed government.
The Brazilian president has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of Covid-19.Brazil has reported more than a thousand deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It has now the world's second highest number of recorded cases.
A group of leading oil export countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPAQ group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference.The cuts are thought to have helped prices stablize.
The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths, but several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.
A mayor in Taiwan has been remove from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
BBC news with Daniel *.  

Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting underway in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. Floyd's killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier, there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.

U.S prosecutors say two police officer in Buffalo, New York have been charged with the assault, following a video which showed them shoving a 75-year old protester. The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George Floyd.

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. It would involve a cease fire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in Cairo, alongside his Libyan ally the warlord general Khalifa Haftar, who suffered a stream of recent defeats at hands of Libya’s UN-back governments.

The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of Covid-19. Brazil has reported more than 1000 deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of reported cases.

A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts are thought to have helped price stabilized.

The Kenian government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.

A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens. Angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.

That's the latest BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

BBC News with D. Y.

Anti-racisim protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting underway in Washington, and other U.S. cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. Floyd's killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.


U.S. prosecutors say two police officers in Buffalo, New York have been charged with assault following a video which shows them shoving a 75-year-old protestor. The man fell and injured his head well after a rally for George Floyd.


President Abdel Fattah al Sisi has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya.  It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plans in Cairo along his Libyan ally the warload General H. H., who suffered a string of recent defeats at the hand of the U.N.-backed government.


The Brazilian President J. B. has defended his decision to take down a Health Ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of covid-19. Brazil has reported more than 1,000 deaths for a fourthe consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of recorded cases.


A group of leading oil-exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video-conference. The cuts are thought to have helped the price stablize.


The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths, but several areas that had been under lockdown would now reopen.


A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens, angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.


That's the latest BBC News.
      
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Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting on the way in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. Floyd's killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.

US prosecutors say two police officers in Buffalo, New York have been charged with assault following a video which showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester. The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George Floyd.

President  of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Lybia. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in Caro alongside his Lybian ally, the warlord General , who's suffered a strain of recent defeats at the hands of Lybia's UN-backed governments.

The Brazilian President  has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of COVID-19. Brazil has reported more than a thousand deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second-highest number of recorded cases.

A group of leading oil-exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the Opec group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts were thought to have helped prices stabilize.

The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.

A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens, angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

BBC news with Daniel Yalugasga.


Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting on the way in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. Floyd's killing has led to a confrontation in recent days. Earlier, there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.


US prosecutors say two police officers in Baffalo, New York have been charged with an assault, following a video which showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester. The man fell and injuried his head while at the rally for George Floyd.


President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The President unveiled his plan in Cairo alongside with Libyan ally the warlord General Khalifa Haftar, who suffered a stream of recent defeats at hands of Libya's UN-backed governments.


The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has defended his decision to take down a health minister website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of Covid-19. Brazil has reported more than 1,000 deaths for a fourth consecutive day, it now has the world's second highest number of recorded cases.


A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OEPC group and allies let by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts are thought to have helped prices stabilized.


The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risks ten of thousands of addtional coronavirus deaths, but several areas that had been under a lockdown will now reopen.


A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens. Angry at his performance since he took offfice two years ago.


That's the latest BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

Anti-races and protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of GF in United States.Large rallies are now getting underway in Washington and other US cities including Chicago.XX`s killing has led to confrontations in recent days.Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain,France and Australia.US prosecutor say 2 police officers in XX New York have been charged with assault,following a video which showed them shelving a 75-year old protester.The man failed and into his head one of the rally for GF.
President X of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighbor Libya would involved ceasefire and renewed negotiations.The president XX alongside this Libya ally the warlord general XX,who is suffered a string of recent defeats at the hand of Libya`s UN backed government.
The Brazilian president XX has defended his decision to take down a house ministry website to talk to a daily the total number of cases and victims of covid-19.Brazil has reported a thousands death for a 4th consecutive day.Now has the world`s second hightest number of accorded cases.
A group of leading oil exporting countries have greet extended production cuts for extra month .Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in the video conference.The cuts are thought to have helped prices stabilize.
The Kenya government has extended a nation-wild overnight curfew for another month,warning the attending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths.But several areas that had been lockdown were now reopened.
A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angry at his performance since he took office 2 years ago.

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1. Anti-racists protests have been taken place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George F in the United States. Large rallies are now getting under way in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr.F's killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain France and Australia. 

2. US prosecutors say two police officers in B new york have been charged with assault following a video which showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester, the man fell and injured his head while at a rally for Georege F.

3. President Abu of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. He would involve a ceasefire under renewed negotiations. The President unveiled his plan in  Kario alongside his Libyan ally, the warlord General Ali , who suffered a string of recent defeats at the hands of Libya's UN backed governments.

4.The Brazilian President J has defended his decision to taken down  a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of covid19. Brazil has reported more than 1000 death toll for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of recorded cases.

5. A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts are thought to have help the  prices stabilized.
6.The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide curfew for another month warning detenting its risk to tens of thousands of additional corona virus death  but several areas had been under lockdown will now be open.

7. A mayor in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angry by his performance since he took office two years ago.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

1.    Anti-racism protests have been taken place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now geting underway in Washington and other U.S cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr.Floyd's killing has led confrontations in recent days. Earlier, there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.

2.   Prosecutors say two police officers in Buffalo, New York have been charged with assault following a video was showing them shoving a 75-year-old protester. The man fell and injured his head while at rally for George Floyd.


3.   President Abdel Fattah al Sisi of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Lybia. It would involve a cease fire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in Cairo alongside his Lybian ally, the warlord general Khalifa Haftar who suffered a stream of recent defeats ar hands of Lybia's U.N-backed gorvernment .


4.   The Brazilian presdient Jair Bolsonaru has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that updated daily the total number of cases and victims of COVID-19. Brazil has reported more than 1,000 death fro a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of recored cases.


5.   A group of leading oil experting countries has agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cut are thoughts to have helped prices stabilized.


6.   The Kenyan government has extended a nationwide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risked tens of thousands of additional coronavirus death. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.


7.   A mayor in Taiwan has been moved from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angree at his performance since he took office two years ago.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-06-07

[BBC News]Anti-racism protests have been taken place in several countries, sparked by the police killing of George Florid in the United States. Large rallies are getting on the day on the Washington and other U.S. cities including  Chicago. Anger over Florid's killing has led to confrontations in recent days. Earlier, there were big demonstrations in Britain, France and Australia.


U.S. persecutors say two police officers in New York have been charged with assault, followed a video which showed they were shaving a 75-year-old protestor. The man fell and injured his head while at the rally for George Florid.


President of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled the plan in Cairo, alongside with the war General of Libya who suffered a string of recent defeats at the hand of UN-backed governments.


Brazilian president has defended his decision to take down an health ministry website. It reports the daily total number of cases and victims of covid-19. Brazil has reported more than a 1000 death for the forth consecutive day. It now has the world's second highest number of recorded cases.


A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend the production cut for an extra month. Member of the OPEC group and allied led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts were thought to have help the price stabilize.


The Kenya government has extended a nation-wide curfew for another month, warning people the risk of tens of thousands of death from corona virus. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.


A man in Taiwan has been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens, angry at his performance since he took office two years ago.

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...in several countries... and other US cities... New York...a 75 year old...his decision to ...a health ...more than 1000 ...for another month...
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BBC News with Danielle Jalowiecka

Anti-racism protests have been taking place in several countries sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States. Large rallies are now getting underway in Washington and other US cities including Chicago. Anger at Mr. Floyd’s killing has led to confrontation in recent days. Earlier there were big demonstrations in Britain, France, and Australia.

US prosecutors say two police officers in Buffalo, New York have been charged with assault, following a video which showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester. The man fell and injured his head while at a rally for George Floyd.

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt has launched an initiative to end the fighting in neighboring Libya. It would involve a ceasefire and renewed negotiations. The president unveiled his plan in Cairo alongside his Libyan ally the warlord General Khalifa Haftar, who suffered a string of recent defeats at the hands of Libya’s UN backed government.

The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has defended his decision to take down a health ministry website that’d updated daily the total number of cases and victims of Covid-19. Brazil has reported more than a thousand deaths for a fourth consecutive day. It now has the world’s second highest number of recorded cases.

A group of leading oil exporting countries have agreed to extend production cuts for an extra month. Members of the OPEC group and allies led by Russia made the decision in a video conference. The cuts are thought to have helped the prices stabilized.

The Kenyan government has extended a nation-wide overnight curfew for another month, warning that ending it risks tens of thousands of additional coronavirus deaths. But several areas that had been under lockdown will now reopen.

A mayor in Taiwan had been removed from office in a special vote initiated by citizens angry at his performance since he took office 2 years ago.

That’s the latest BBC news.
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