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BBC News with Chris Berrow

A US congressional committee is questioning 4 of the world’s most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video links, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms’ American roots and values.

The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdraw of federal law enforcement from outside the court house in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Parliament, Norbert Röttgen, said the move would have weaken NATO.

Covid-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world’s most affected country battles raging infections in many states. The rise in infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.

Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths have been reported in 24 hours.

The Senegalese singer, Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab’s blend of Cuban rhythm, African sounds, soul, and jazz made them one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

And archeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge: the origin of the giant boulders that form the outer cycle of the ancient monument. Geochemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods 25 kilometers away. It’s still not clear how ancient Britons moved the stones.

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A US congressional committee is questioning 4 of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link, Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg, Amazon's Jeff Besuls, Cinda Pichard of Google, and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms American roots and values.

The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside the courthouse in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the foreign affairs committee in the Germany parliament, Nobel Werdken, said the move would weaken NATO.

COVID-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst-affected country battles ragging infections in many states. The rising infections have forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.

Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths have been recorded in 24 hours.

The Senegal Singer Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab blended Cuban rhythms, African sounds, soul, and jazz, made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

And archeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge, the origin of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monument. Geo-chemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called Westwoods 25 kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britons moved the stones.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC news with Chris Barrel.


A US Congressional Committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link, Fackbook's Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms' American roots and values.


The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdraw of federal law enforcement from outside the court house in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.


Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affair Committee in the German Parliament Norbert Rottgen said the move would weaken NATO.


Covid-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst affected country battles raging infections in many states. The rise in infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.


Brazil has registered new daily records for the confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths had been recorded in 24 hours.


The Senegalese singer, Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab's blend of the Cuban rhythm, African sounds, soul and Jazz made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.


And archaeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge: the origin of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monuement. Geochemical testing indicates the boulders came from a site called West Woods 25 kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britains moved the stones.


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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

A US congressional committee is questioning four of the world`s most powerful technologies executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition.Appearing by video link,Facebook X and X sent a picture of Google,and X of Apple defended themselves,emphasizing their firm`s American roots and values.
The Trump administration and the governor of X have agreed on an conditional withdraw a federal law enforcement from outside courthouse in Portland.Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.


Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12000 troops.The head of the foreign affairs committee in the German parliament X said the move would`ve weaken NATO.


Covid-19 has now claimed(夺去生命) more than 115000 lives in the US,as the world`s worst affected country battles raging infections in many states.The raising infections has forced states to make a new turn on reopening economies.


Brazil has registered a new daily record were confirmed cases of coronavirus and related death,X said over 17000 new cases and around 1600 death have been recorded in 24 hours.


The X singer X are founding member of the orchestra X has died in Daka,orchestra X`s blend X African sounds,soul and jazz made it one of the successful groups of the 1970s.


And archaeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge :the orange of the giant boulders that form the outer-circle of the ancient monument. Geochemical texting indicates that the boulders came from the circled west woods,25 kilometers away.It`s still not clear how ancient Britons moved these stones.


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A US Congressional Committee is questioning 4 of the world’s most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video links, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms’ American roots and values.

The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdraw of federal law enforcement from outside the court house in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Parliament, Norbert Rottgen, said the move would have weaken NATO.

COVID-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world’s most affected country battles raging infections in many states. The rise in infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.

Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths have been reported in 24 hours.

The Senegalese singer, Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab’s blend of Cuban rhythm, African sounds, soul, and jazz made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

And archeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge: the origin of the giant boulders that form the outer cycle of the ancient monument. Geochemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods 25 kilometers away. It’s still not clear how ancient Britains moved the stones.
BBC news with Chris Barrel.

A US Congressional Committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link, Fackbook's Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms' American roots and values.

The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside the court house in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Parliament Norbert Rottgen said the move would weaken NATO.

Covid-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst affected country battles raging infections in many states. The rising infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.

Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The health ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths had been recorded in 24 hours.

The Senegalese singer, Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab's blend of the Cuban rhythm, African sounds, soul and Jazz made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

And archaeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge: the origin of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monuement. Geochemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods 25 kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britains moved the stones.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

1.   The U.S Congress committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link, Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg,  Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defending themselves, emphasisimg their firms American roots and values.

2.    The Trump's administration and governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside courthouse in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstraters during nightly unrest there.


3.   Senior politicians in Germany has criticized plans by the United States ro reduce its military present in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the foreign affairs committee in hte German parliment, Norbert Rottgen, said the move would weaken NATO.


4.   COVID-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst affected country battle region infections in many states. The rising infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.


5.   Brazil has registered new daily records for confimed cases of coronavirus and related death. The health ministry said over 70,000 new cases, and around 1,600 death have been recorded in 24 hours.


6.   The Senegalese singer, Balla Sidibe, a founding member of orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab's blend of Cuba rhythms, African sounds, soul and jazz, made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.


7.   And archeologists in England have solved an enduring mistery about stonehenge, the origin of giant boulders that form the outer cycle of the ancient monument. Geochemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods, 25 kilometers away. it's still not clear how ancient Britons moved the stones.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC news with Chris Berrow
A US congressional committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing via video link, Facebook's Mark Zucherberg, Amazon's Jeff  Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firm's American roots and values.


The Trump Administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside a courthouse in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.


Senior politicians in Germany have criticised plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Parliament, Norbert Rottgen said the move would weaken NATO.


Covid-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst effected country battles raging infections in many states. The rising infections have forced states to make U-turn on reopening economies.


Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths have been recorded in 24 hours.


The Senegalese singer Balla Sidibe, a founding member of the Orchestra Baobab, has died in Dakar. Orchestra Baobab's blend of Cuban rhythms, African sounds, soul and jazz, made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.


And archaeologists in England has solved a enduring mystery about Stonehenge, the original of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monument. Geo-chemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods, 25 kilometres away. It is still not clear how ancient Britons moved the stones.
BBC news
                                                   
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BBC0730 homework

1.A congressional committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition,Appearing by video link, facebook's M, Amazon's J, S of google and Tim of Apple defended themselves emphasizing their firms are American rich and values.

2.The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside of the courthouse in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

3.Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their company by withdrawing about 12000 troops. The head of the foreign affairs committee in the German parliament N said the move would weaken NATO.

4.Covid19 has now claimed more than 150 000 lives  in the United States as the world's worst affected country battles rising infections in many states. The rising infections has forced states to make a U turn on reopening economies.

5.Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of corona virus and related death. The health ministry said over seventy thousand new cases and around 1600 death have been recorded in 24 hours.

6.The S singer BS, a founding member of the orchestra BB has died in D, Orchestra BB's blended Cuban rhythms, African songs and soul and Jazz made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

7.An archiologist in England has solved an enduring mystery of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monument . Geo-chemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a sculped west woods twenty five kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britains move the stones.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC news with Chris Barrow.

A US Congressional committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives, about wether the rich empower of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link facebook Mark Z, Amazon's Jeff B, SP of google and Tim Cook of Apple defended themselves, emphacizing their firms' American roots and values.


The Trump Administration and the governor of Oregan have agreed on a conditional withdrawl of federal law enforcement from outside the court house in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstraters during nightly unrest there.


Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the foreign affairs committee in the Germany parliament said the move would weaken NATO.


COVID-19 has now claimed more than 15,000 lives in the UNited States, as the world's worst affected country battles region infections in many states. The rising infections have forced states to make a U turn on reopening economies.


Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths have been recorded in 24 hours.


The Senegalese singer B, a founding member of the ochestra B has died in Dakka. Ochestra B, a blend of Cuban rythm, African sounds, Soul and Jazz, made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.


And archiologists in England have solved an enduring mistery about stone henge, the origin of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monument. Geochemical testing indicates the boulders came from a site called Westwoods, 25 kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britains moved the stones.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-30 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC News with Chris Barrel.

A U.S. congressional committee is questioning four of the world's most powerful technology executives about whether the rich and power of their companies stifles competition. Appearing by video link, Facebook's *, Amazon's *, * of Google and * of Apple defended themselves, emphasizing their firms' American roots and values.

The Trump administration and the governor of Oregon have agreed on a conditional withdrawal of federal law enforcement from outside the courthouse in Portland. Federal agents have repeatedly clashed with demonstrators during nightly unrest there.

Senior politicians in Germany have criticized plans by the United States to reduce its military presence in their country by withdrawing about 12,000 troops. The head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Parliament * said the move would weaken NATO.

Covid-19 has now claimed more than 150,000 lives in the United States as the world's worst affected country battles raging infections in many states. The rising infections has forced states to make a U-turn on reopening economies.

Brazil has registered new daily records for confirmed cases of coronavirus and related deaths. The Health Ministry said over 70,000 new cases and around 1,600 deaths had been recorded in 24 hours.

The Senegalese singer, *, a founding member of the orchestra *, has died in Dakar. Orchestra *'s blend of the Cuban rhythm, African sounds, soul and Jazz made it one of the most successful groups of the 1970s.

And archaeologists in England have solved an enduring mystery about Stonehenge: the origin of the giant boulders that formed the outer circle of the ancient monument. Geochemical testing indicates that the boulders came from a site called West Woods 25 kilometers away. It's still not clear how ancient Britons moved the stones.   


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