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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

BBC News with Aaron *.

The United Nations says the number of zoonotic diseases both the jump from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve the environment. The report says the trend is driven by our increased demand for animal protein and sustainable agriculture practices and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out medicines need to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about 1/3 of all people relying on the anti-retroviral drugs lifting countries now is experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published the powers given to Hongkong police under Beijing’s new Security Law. It includes the rights to search people’s home without a warrant, restrict suspects movement and force internet service provider to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian tax advisor * and the Saudi journalist *.

The British woman * who has been charged with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She’d appear a court later this week. She’s previously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it’s keeping all options available following Washington’s decision to withdraw from the “Open Skies” treaty, the 1992 agreement allows short notice overflight of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.

The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump’s niece, say it will be published next week. A New York State Court earlier lifted a judge’s ruling which temporarily blocks publication of “Too much and Never Enough, How my family created the world’s most dangerous man”

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1.The United Nation says the number of exotic diseases those that jumped from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wild life and preserve the environments. The report says the trend is driven by an increase demand for animal pretty and sustainable agriculture practices and climate change.

2. A new world health organization survey has found that 73 countries are risk of running out medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the corona virus pandemic. The UN agency said about 1/3 of all people relies on the anti ritual viral drugs living in countries now experiencing supply shortages. 

3.More details have been published the powers given to HongKong police under Beijing's new security war.  It's included the right to search people's homes without warrants, restrict suspects movements and force internet service providers to remove information.

4. President has announced an indepedent sanction against those involved in human right abuses. The target included people accused of having had a role in the killings of Russian tech adviser S and the Saudi journalist G.

5.The British woman G who has  been charged with helping the convicted to P? Westin to groom under-aged girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She will appear in court later this week. She has previously denied any wrongdoing.

6.Russia says it is keeping all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the open-sky's treaty, the 1992 agreements, are now shot notice overflies of more than thirty countries to monitor military activity. 

7. The publishers of L by Mary Trump, president Trump's niece, say it will be published next week. A New York state court earlier lifted a judge's ruling that temporary blocks publication of too much and never enough, how my family created the world's most dangerous man. 
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The United Nation says that the operate of * diseases those jumped from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without conservative action to protect wild life and preserve the environment. The report says the * are decreased by animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practice and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are risk on running out the medicine needed to treat people who are HIV positive because the corona virus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people relies on the anti-* drugs leaving the country now experiencing supply shortage.

More details after publishing power given to Hong Kong police under the Beijing new security law. These include the rights to search people home without warrant, restrict suspect movement and force Internet service provider to remove information.

Princess has announced independent cession against those involved in human rights abuses. The target seems people accuse having had a role in the killings of tax advisor and southern journalist.

The British woman who has been charged with helping the convicted Pedophilia to groom under aid girl for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She will be in court later this week. She’s previously denied any wrong doing.

Russia says it is keeping all options available following Washington’s decision to withdraw for the open sky’s treaty. The 1992 agreement announced short notice overflies to more than 30 countries to * activities.
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The United Nation says the number of zoonotic diseases,those that jump from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve the environments. The report says the trend is driven by an increasing demand for animal protein, unsustainable agriculture practices and climate change.

A new WHO survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about 1/3 of all people relies on the anti-virus drugs living in countries now experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published the powers given to Hong Kong police under Beijing's new security law. These include the right to search people's home without a warrant, restricts suspects movements and force internet service providers to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses.The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian tax advisor S and the Saudi journalist S.

The British woman GM who's been charged with helping the convicted pedophile JE to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She will appear in court late this week. She's previously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it is keeping all opinions available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty. The 1992 agreement allows short-notice overflights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.

The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, president Trump's niece, say it will be published next week. A New York state court earlier lifted a judge's ruling which temporarily blocked publication of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.

[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

The United Nation says the number of xxdiseases, those jumped from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continueto increase without concerted actions to protect the wild life and preserve theenvironment. The report says the trend is driven by our increased demand foranimal protein, unsustainable agriculture practices and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey hasfound that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treatpeople who are hiv-positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agencysaid about a third of all people reliant on the anti-retroviral drugs lived incountries now experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published the powersgiven to Hong Kong police under Beijing’s new security law. These include theright to search people’s homes without a warrant, restrict suspect’s movementsand force internet service providers to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctionsagainst those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include peopleaccused of having had a role in the killings of Russian tax adviser xx and theSaudi Journalist xx.

The British woman xx who’s been chargedwith helping the convicted p xx for grooming underage girls for sex has beenmoved to a jail in New York. She will appear in court later this week. She’spreviously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it is keeping all optionsavailable following Washington’s decision to withdraw from the Open Sky’sTreaty. The 1992 agreement allows short notice over flights to more than 30countries to monitor military activity.

The publishers of a tell all memoir by MaryTrump, president Trump’s niece say it will be published next week. A New York State Court earlier lifted a judge’s ruling which temporarily blocks publication oftoo much and never enough how much my family created the most dangerous man.

BBC news.  
                                                   
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The United Nations says the number of zoonotic diseases, those have jumped from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve the environment. The report said the trend is driven by an increased demand for animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practices and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people reliance on antiretroviral drugs lived in countries now experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published of the powers given to Hongkong police under Beijing's new security law. These include the right to search people's homes without a warrant, restrict suspects' movement, and force internet service providers to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian tax advisor and the Saudi journalist .

The British woman  who's been charged with helping the convicted  to groom underaged girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She will appear in court later this week, she's previously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it is keeping all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty. The 1992 agreement allow short-notice overflights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.

The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump's niece say it will be published next week. A New York State court earlier lifted a judge's ruling which temporarily blocked publication of TOO MUCH AND NEVER ENOUGH--how my family created the world's most dangerous man.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

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The United Nations says the number of zoonotic disease those that jump from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted actions to protect wildlife and preserved the enviroments.The report says the trend is driven by an increased demand for animal protein,unsustainable argriculture practices and climate change.


A new world health organization survey has found that 73 countries are risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic.The UN agency said about a third of all people relies on the anti-/ virus drugs linving in the countries now experiencing supply shortages.


More details have been published the powers given to Hong Kong police under Beijing's new security law.It's included the rights to search people's home without a warrant, restricts suspects movements and force internets service providers to remove information.


Britian has announced independent sanctions against those invovled in human rights abuses.The targets include people are accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian tax advisor / and the Saudi journalist /.


The British woman / Maxwell who's been charged with helping the convicted / to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to jail in New York.She appeared in court last this week,she's previously denied any wrong doing.


Russia says it is giving all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the open sky's treaty.The 1992 agreements allow short notice overflights more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


The publishers of / by Mary Trump,president Trump's niece,say it will be publish next week.A New York state court earlier lifted the judges ruling which temporarily blocks publications of too much and never enough how my family created the world's most dangerous man.



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BBC News with Aaron Safir

The United Nations says the number of zoonotic diseases, those that jump from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve the environment. The report says the trend is driven by our increase demand for animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practices and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about 1/3 of all people reliant on the anti-retroviral drugs lived in countries now experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published the power given to Hong Kong police under Beijing’s new security law. These include the right to search people’s home without a warrant, restrict suspect’s movement, and force internet service providers to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human right abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killing of Russian tax advisor Sergei Magnitsky and the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The British woman Ghislaine Maxwell who has been charged with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She’ll appear in court later this week. She’s previously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it’s keeping all options available following Washington’s decision to withdraw from the Open Sky’s Treaty. The 1992 agreement allows short notice over flights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.

The publisher of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump’s niece, say it will be published next week. A New York state court earlier lifted a judge’s ruling, which temporarily blocked the publication of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

1.   The United Nation says the number of zoonotic diseases those jump from animals to humans is on the rise, and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve environments. The reports says the trend is driven by our increased demand for animal protein and sustainable agreculture practices and climate change.

2.   A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The U.N agency said that about 1/3 of all people relying on the anti-retrovirual drugs live in countries now experiencing supply shortages.


3.   More details have been published the powers given to Hongkong police under Beijing's new security law. It includes the right to search people's homes without warrants, restricts suspects' movements and force internet's service providers to remove information.


4.   Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killing of Russian tax adviser S.M. and the Saudi journalist J.S.


5.   The British woman G.Maxwell, who's been charged with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstain to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She'd appeared in a court later this week. She's previously denied  wrong doing.


6.   Russia says it's keeping all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Skies treaty. The 1992 agreements allowed short notice overflights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


7.   The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump's niece, say it will be published next week. A New York state court earlier lifted the judge's ruling which temporarily blocks publication of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

The United Nations says the number of zonortic diseases, both the jump from animals to humans is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserved environment. The report says the transit is driven by an increased demand for animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practices and climate change.
A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at a risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people reliance on the anti-viral drugs lived in countries now experiencing supply shortages.


More details have been published  the powers given to Hong Kong police under Beijing's new security law. It includes the right to search people's homes without a warrant, restrict suspect's movements and force internet service providers to remove information.


Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of Russian teax advisor * and Saudi journalist *.


The British woman, *, who's been charged with helping the convicted pedophilia JA to groom underage girls for sex, has been moved to a jail in New York. She appeared in court later this week. She has previously denied any wrong doing.


Russia says it is giving all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Sky's Treaty. The 1992 agreements allow short over flights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


The publishers of A Tello Memoire by Marry Trump, president Trump's niece, saiy it will be published next week. A New York state court earlier lifted judge's rullling which temporarily blocks publication of too much and never enough. * family created the world's most dangerous man.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

The united nations say that the number of zoonotic diseases both the jump from animals to humans is on the rise,and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wild life and preserved environments.XX says the trend is driven by increased demand for animal protein,unsustainable agricultural prag,and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found 73 countries are at the risk of running out of medicine need to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic.The UN agency said that about a third of all people are now relying on the anti-viral drugs,15 counties now are experiencing supply shortages


More details have been published the powers given to Hongkong police under Bei Jing`s new security law.It`s include the right to search people homes without warrants,restrict suspect`s movements and force Internet`s service providers to remove information.


Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses,the targets included the people accused of having had a role in the killings of Russian adviser X,and the Saudi journalist X.


The British woman X who`s been charged with helping the convicted X to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to jail in New York.X called later this week she`s previously denied any wrong doing.


Russia says it is keeping all options available following Washington`s decision to withdraw form the open sky`s treaty,the 1992 agreements announced a short notice overflies of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


The publishers of a X by Mary Trump,president Trump`s niece say it will be published next week.A New York state court earlier lifted judges ruling which temporary blocks publication of too much and never enough,how my family created the world`s most dangerous man













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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

BBC news with Aaron Safir.


The United Nations says the number zoonotic diseases, those that jump from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve the environment. The report says the trend is driven by our increase demand for animal protein, unstandable agricultural practice and climate change.


A new World Health Organization survey has found 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive becuase of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people reliant on the anti-retroivral drugs lived in countries now experiencing supply shortages.


More details have been published the powers given to Hongkong police under Beijing new secruity law. These include the rights to search people's home with a warrant, restrict suspect's movements and force internet service providers to remove information.


Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved human rights abuses. The targets include people accusing of having had a role in the killing of Russian tax adviser Sergei Magnitsky and the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.


The British woman Ghislaine Maxwell who's been charged with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She'll appear in a court later this week, she's previously denied any wrongdoing.


Russia says it's giving all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Sky Treaty. The 1992 agreement allows a short notice over flights more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


The publisher of ''Tell All Memior'' by Mary Trump, President Trump's niece says it will be punished next week. A New York State court earlier lifted a judge's ruling which temporarily blocked the publication of ''Too Much and Never Enough'' ''How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man''.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-07

BBC news with Aron Safier

The United Nations says the number of Zoonotic diseases, most of that jump from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve environment. The report says the trend is driven by our increasing demand for animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practices and climate change.


A new World Health Organisation survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people relies on the antiretroviral drugs living in countries now experiencing supply shortages.


More details have been published to the powers given to Hong Kong police under Beijing's new security law. These include the rights to search people's home without warrants, restrict suspects movement and force internet service providers to remove information.


Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian Tax Advisor Sir Sergei Magnitsky and the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.


The British woman Ghislaine Maxwell who has been accused with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She'll appear in court late this week.  She's previously denied any wrongdoing.


Russia says it is giving all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Skies treaty. The 1992 agreements allow short notices over flights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.


The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump's niece, say it will be published next week.  A New York state court earlier lifted a judge's ruling which temporarily blocked publication of Too Much and Never Enough, how my family created the world's most dangerous man.
BBC news.


                                                   
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BBC news with Aron Safia.   

The United Nations says the number of Zoonotic diseases, most of that jump from animals to humans, is on the rise and will continue to increase without concerted action to protect wildlife and preserve environment. The report says the trend is driven by our increasing demand for animal protein, unsustainable agricultural practices and climate change.

A new World Health Organization survey has found that 73 countries are at risk of running out of medicines needed to treat people who are HIV positive because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UN agency said about a third of all people relies on the antiretroviral drugs lived in countries now experiencing supply shortages.

More details have been published to the powers given to Hong Kong police under Beijing's new security law. These include the rights to search people's home without warrant, restrict suspects movement and force internet service providers to remove information.

Britain has announced independent sanctions against those involved in human rights abuses. The targets include people accused of having had a role in the killings of the Russian tax advisor Sir Sergei Magnitsky and the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The British woman Ghislaine Maxwell who has been accused with helping the convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein to groom underage girls for sex has been moved to a jail in New York. She'll appear in court late this week.  She's previously denied any wrongdoing.

Russia says it is keeping all options available following Washington's decision to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty. The 1992 agreements allow short notices over flights of more than 30 countries to monitor military activity.

The publishers of a tell-all memoir by Mary Trump, President Trump's niece, say it will be published next week.  A New York state court earlier lifted a judge's ruling which temporarily blocked publication of Too Much and Never Enough, how my family created the world's most dangerous man.

BBC news.
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