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1.The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen about three million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide, but the vice president Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.

2.conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to operate its part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.

3.The United States has rejected a UN experts' founding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq H violated international law. The state department accused the UN special reporter of dishonesty. 

4.The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast K has died. He was 61, he has been due to stand as the  governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.

5.The Islamist movement B has released a video suggesting it's established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far been most active in the northeast.

6.Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital B during a second night of protests against renewed corona virus restriction. President W has blamed right-wing activists.

7.The Brazilian President J has defended his response to the pandemic saying he has saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of death linked to the virus after the United States.

8.Experts hired by facebook to re-examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse for politicians. 
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-09 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on shedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above three million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the vice president said it was time to get the kids back to school.Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.
The United States has rejected a UN expert's finding that an American drone strike that killed an Iranian senior general in Iraq violated international law.The State Department accused the UN special repertoir of dishonesty.
The prime minister of Ivory Coast has died. He was sixty-one. He is due to stand as the governing party's candidate in the presidential election in October.
The Islamist movement has released a video suggesting it has established a branch in central Negeria in the state bordering the capital ?. The group has been so far most active in the northeast.
Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrade during the second night of protests against the renewed coronavirus retrictions. President has blamed right-wing activists.
Brazilian president has defended his response to the pandemic saying he had saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked to the virus  following the United States.
Experts hired by Facebook to exam its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination.They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse by politicians.
                                                   
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The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite rise in the infection rate in many states.The number of cases in the US's risen above 3 million,a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide, but the vice president Mike Pence said it was time to get kids to back to school.

Conservative groups in the US have welcomed a US supreme court ruling the employers with moral and religious objections to contraception don't have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.

The United States has rejected a UN exports finding that the American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq CS violated international law. The State Department accused the UN special rapporteur of dishonesty.

The prime minister of Ivory Coast AK has died. He was 61. He had been due to stand as the governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.

The Islamist movement B has released a video suggesting it's established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital A. The group has has so far been most active in the northeast.

Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Bergred during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President A has blamed right-wing activists.

The Brazilian president RB has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he had saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of death linked to the virus after the United States.

Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback, which opened the door for abuse by politicians.
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The Trump administration has stepped up his demands for U.S. schools to reopen in * despite the rise infection in many states. The number of cases in U.S. is recent above 3 million, accord at the officially report of total worldwide. But the Vice President Mike Pice said it’s time for students to get to schools.

Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a U.S. Supreme Court falling, the employer with moral and religious objections to contraception did not have offered its part of health plan for staff. Pro contraception campaign is saying it’s further erosion of women’s reproductive rights.

The United Stated has rejected a UN expert’s finding that the American drones struck which killed a senior general in Iraq, violating the international law. The state department accused the UN special reporter of dishonesty.

The prime minister of Ivory Coast has died. He was 61. He had been chose to stand as the governing party candidate in the presidential election in October.

The Islamist movement has released the video suggesting it has established to branch in central Nigeria in the state ordering capital *. The group has so far been * in the northeast.

Police and demonstrators again clashed in * capital * during the second line of protests against renew corona virus restrictions. President has blamed right-wing activist.

Brazilian president has defended his response the pandemic saying he saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked the virus after the United States.

Experts hired by Facebook to examine the civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. The called it a tremendous setback which open the door for abuse by politicians.

[Homework]BBC 2020-07-09 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC news with Danielle Yaroslavaskaya  

The Trump Administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above 3 million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the Vice President Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.


Conservative Groups in the United States have welcomed a US Supreme Court's ruling that employers with moral and religious objection to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it is a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.


The United States has rejected a UN expert's finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian General in Iraq, Qassem Soleimani, violated international law. The State Department accused the UN Special Reporter of dishonesty.


The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died. He was 61. He'd been due to stand as the governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.


The Islamist movement Boko Haram has released a video suggesting it's established a branch in central Nigeria in a state bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far been the most active in the northeast.


Police and demonstrators have a gun clash in the Serbian capital Belgrade during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President Aleksandar Vucic has blamed right-wing activists.


The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he had saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked to the virus after the United States.


Experts hired by Facebook to examine civil rights record have criticised its decision to prioritise free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse by politicians.
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Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff.
Pro-contraception campaigners say it is a further erosion of women’s reproductive rights.
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BBC News with Danielle Jalowiecka

The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the United States has risen above 3 million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the Vice President Mike Pence said it was time to get the kids back to school.

Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer its part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it’s a further erosion of women’s reproductive rights.

The United States has rejected a UN experts’ finding that an American drone strike, which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq, Qassem Soleimani, violated international law. The State Department accused the UN special report of dishonesty.

The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died. He was 61. He had been due to stand as the governing party candidate in the presidential election in October.

The Islamic Movement Boko Haram has released a video suggesting it’s established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital of Abuja. The group has so far been the most active in the northeast.

Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrade during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President Aleksandar Vučić has blamed right-wing activists.

The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he had saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the 2nd highest number of deaths linked to virus after the United States.

Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil right records have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback, which opened the door for abuse by politicians.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Daniel *.

The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to re-open on schedule, despite a rise in the infection rates in many states. The number of cases in the U.S has risen above three million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the vice president Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.

Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a U.S supreme court ruling that employees with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro contraception campaigners say it's further erosion of woman's reproductive rights.

The United States has rejected a UN expert's finding that an American drone strike, which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq Qassem Soleimani violated international law. The state department accused the UN special reporter of dishonesty.

The prime minister of Ivory Coast Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died. He was 61. He'd been due to stand as the governing party's candidate in the presidential election in October.

The Islamist movement Boko Haram has released a video, suggesting it is establishing a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital Abuja. The group so har has been mostly active in the northeast.

Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrade during a second night of protests against the renewed coronavirus restrictions. President Aleksandar Vucic has blamed the right-wing activists.

The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has defended its response to the pandemic, saying he saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked to virus after the United States.

Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback, which opened the door for abuse by politicians.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-09 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rates in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above 3 million, a quarter of the officially reported total worldwide. But the vice president M said it is time to get kids back to school.

Conservative G in the United States have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception did't have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it is a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.


The US has rejected a UN expert finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq violated international law. The state department accused the UN a special representer of dishonesty.


The prime minister of Ivory Coast A has died. He was 61. He had been due to stand the governing party candidate in the presidential election in October.


The Islamist movement B has released a video suggesting it established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far been most active in the Northeast.


Police and demonstrators of a gang clash in the Serbian capital B during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President A has blamed the right wing activists.


The Brazilian president J has defended his response to the pandemic saying he has saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has reported the second highest number of deaths to the virus after the United States.


Experts hired by Facebook who examine the civil right records have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse by politicians.


BBC News.





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BBC news with Daniel Yaluyasga.


The Trump Administration has stepped up demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above three million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But Vice President Mike Pence said it was the time to get kids back to school.


Conservative groups in the United States has welcomed a US Surpreme Court ruling that employees with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as a part of heath plans for staff.  Pro-contraception campaigners say it is a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.


The United States has rejected an UN expert finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian General in Iraq Qassem Soleimani violated international law. The state of department accused the UN Special rapporteur of dishoestly.


The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died. He was 61, he has been due to stand as the goveroning party candidate in the presidential election in October.


The Islmatist movement Boko Harma has released a video suggesting it is establishing a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far been most active in the northeast.


Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian captial Belgrade during the second night of protest against renewed coronvirus restrictions.  President Aleksandar Vucic has blamed right-wing activists.


The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has defended his response to the pandemic saying he saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of death linking to the virus after the United States.


Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse by politicians.


BBC news.

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1.   The Trump administration has stepped up his demandsfor U.S school to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rating in many states. The number of cases in the U.S has risen above three million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the vice-president Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.

2.    Conservative groups in the United States have welcome a U.S supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff.  Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.


3.   The Unite States has rejected a U.N experts finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Inranian general in Iraq, K.S., violated international law. The state department accused the U.S special repporteur of dishonesty.


4.   The prime minister of Ivory coast, I.C.Q, has died. He was 61. He has been due to stand as the governing party candidate in the presidential election in October.


5.   The Islamic movement Boko Haram has released a video, suggesting it's established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordring the capital Abuja. The group has so far been most active in the northest.


6.   Police and demonstraters have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrade during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions.  Presdient Aleksandar Vucic has blamed right-wing activists.


7.   The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaru has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he had saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of death linked to the virus after the United States.


8.   Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritise free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous set back which open a door for abuse by politicians.

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BBC news.

The Trump Administration has stepped up its demands for US schools to be open on schedual despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above 3 million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide. But the vice president Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.


Conservative groups in the US have welcomed a US supreme court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception did not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.


The United States has rejected a UN expert's finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian General in Iraq. ** violated international law, the state department accused the UN special reporter of dishonesty.


The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast ** has died, he was 61, he had been due to stand as the governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.


The Islamist movement Boko Haram has released a vedio, suggesting its established a branch in central Nigeria, in a state bordering the capital A*. The group has so far been most active in the northeast.


Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrad during a second night protest against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President Alexander U* has blamed right wing activists.


The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked to the virus after the United States.


Experts hired by FB to exam its civil rights record has criticised its decision to prioritise free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback which opened the door for abuse by politicians.


BBC news.

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The Trump Administration has stepped out of his demands for US schools to reopen on schedule despite the rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases has risen above 3 million accorded of the officially recorded total worldwide, but the vice president Mike Pan said that is the time to get the kids back to school.                                                     Conservative groups in Unite states have welcome a US supreme court ruling that the employers with moral anti religions subjection's to contraception did not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro contraception campaign has said it's further erosion of woman's reproductive rights.
The Unite State has rejected an US expert finding that shows american drone strike which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq C...violated international law. The state department accused the UN special reporter of dishonesty.

The PM of Ivory coast  I... has died he was 61. He has been due to stand its governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.
The Islamism movement B has released video suggesting it established branch  in centro Nigeria and stage bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far most activity in the north east.

Police and demonstration of  ??? in Serbian capital Belgrade doing the second light protests against renewed  corona virus restrictions. President A has blamed right wing activists.

The Brazilian's president J has defended his respond to the pandemic saying he saved the lives and jobs without threatening panic. Brazil has recorded the second higher numbers of death link to the virus after Unit state.

Experts hire by Facebook to exterminate its several right records have criticized its decisions to priority free speech at risk of promotion discrimination. They called it a tremendous set back which open the door for abuse by politicians.



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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-09 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC News with Daniel *.

The Trump administration has stepped up its demands for U.S. schools to reopen on schedule despite a rise in the infection rate in many states. The number of cases in the US has risen above 3 million, a quarter of the officially recorded total worldwide, but the Vice President Mike Pence said it was time to get kids back to school.

Conservative groups in the United States have welcomed a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that employers with moral and religious objections to contraception do not have to offer it as part of health plans for staff. Pro-contraception campaigners say it's a further erosion of women's reproductive rights.

The United States has rejected a UN experts’ finding that an American drone strike which killed a senior Iranian general in Iraq * violated international law. The State Department accused the UN special rapporteur of dishonesty.

The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast * has died. He was 61. He had been due to stand as the governing party candidate in a presidential election in October.

The Islamist Movement * has released a video suggesting it's established a branch in central Nigeria in the state bordering the capital Abuja. The group has so far been most active in the northeast.

Police and demonstrators have again clashed in the Serbian capital Belgrade during a second night of protests against renewed coronavirus restrictions. President * has blamed right-wing activists.

The Brazilian President * has defended his response to the pandemic, saying he has saved lives and jobs without spreading panic. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of deaths linked to the virus after the United States.

Experts hired by Facebook to examine its civil rights record have criticized its decision to prioritize free speech at the risk of promoting discrimination. They called it a tremendous setback, which opened the door for abuse by politicians.


BBC News.

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