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1.The French President M has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need fight corruption and undertake reform in the week of the explosion that devastated Beruit on Tuesday. Mr.M was thrown as he tolled the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denounciations of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.

2. Workers in the Vietnese city of D are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with corona virus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months but D has seen a surging confirmed cases in the last a few weeks.

3.The main opposition candidates contending against Belarus's longstanding president LL on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in M. SS's team said they were not prepared to provoke people given the authority has decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

4.Mexico's food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sell of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on the economy.

5.For the 28th week in a row more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the corona virus pandemic continues to have taken heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

6.Three Ugandns have suited the country's drug authority on the International  Organization Merry Stopes at using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted with HIV, another became ill with G and a woman got pregnant. 

7.  The EU's Earth Observation Program C says Arctic's sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels ever recorded for the months.  It said it was nearly 20% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.
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The French president Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion devasted B on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thrown as he toured the Lebanese capital's shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leader who they blame for the disaster.

Workers in the Vietnamese city of Dangna are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months but Dangna has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidate standing against Belarus' longstanding president Alexanda Lucasinca on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. S and S's team said they were not prepared to provoke people given that the authorities have decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's food and beverages industry has condemned a decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on their economy.

For the twentieth week in a row more than 1 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on their economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the international organization MerryStokes after using what they say were defected condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with Gonorrhea and a woman got pregnant.

The EU's earth observation program Kepurnakus says Arctic sea ice in July was at its lowest ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extend recorded over the last 4 decades.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr.Macron was thrown as he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.

Workers in the Viennese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surging confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidates contending against Belarus's longstanding president Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said they were not prepared to provoke people, given that the authority has decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the International Organization Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted with HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.

The EU's Earth Observation Program Copernicus says Arctic's sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels ever recorded for the months.  It said it was nearly 20% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

The French president Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in L that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of explosion that devastated Birut on Tuesday. Mr Macron was ? as he told L capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denounciations of their political leaders who name blame for the disaster.

Workers in the V city of * are turning a sport stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. V was able to successfully contain the virus for months but * has seen a surging confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidate standing against B long-standing president * on Sunday's election had cancelled at short notice a major rally in *. *'s team said they were no prepared to provoke people given that the authorities had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's Food and Beverages industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it will have a negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th-week in a row more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three U have sued the country's drug authority and the international organization * after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result, one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with * and the women got pregnant.

The EU's earth observation program * says Artic sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels recorded for the months. It said it was nearly 27 percent down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

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BBC News with x.

The French President, Emmanuel Macron, has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thronged as he toured the Lebanese capital's shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leaders who they blame for the disaster.


Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicentre. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.


The main opposition candidate standing against Belarus's long-standing President x on Sunday's election, has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. x's team say they were not prepared to provoke people given that the authorities have decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.


Mexico's food and beverages industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it will have a negative impact on the economy.


For the twentieth week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.


Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the international organization, x, after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result, one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.


The E.U.'s earth observation programme, x, says Arctic's sea ice in July was at its joint lowest levels ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.


BBC News.

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The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beruit on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thrown as he toured Lebanon's capital's shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leaders blame for the disaster.
Workers in the Viennese city of D are turning a sports stadium into a filled hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the countries new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the coronavirus for months but D has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.
The main opposition candidate standing against Belarus' longest standing president Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has cancelled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said that they were not prepared to provoke people given that the authorities has decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.
Mexico's food and beverage industry had condemned a decision by Mexico State to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have negative impact on the economy.
For the twentiest week in a roll more than a million Americans has filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16million workers are still receiving benefits.
Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and international organization Marie Stopes after used what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result, one of them have contracted with HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and the women got pregnant.
The EU's earth observation program Copernicus says Arctic's sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last 4 decades.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

BBC news with David Harpe.


The French President Emmanuel Macron has told the political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr. Marcon was thrown as that he toured the Lenabonse capital shattered streets. Crowds chants angry denunciations of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.


Workers in the Viennese City of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients and country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.


The main opposition candidates contending against Belarus's longstanding President Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has cancelled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said they were no prepared to provoke people, given that the authorities had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.


Mexico's food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by Mexico State to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on their economy.


For the 20th week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for  unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on their economy. About 60 million workers are still receiveing benefits.


Three Ugandanese have sued the country's drug authority and the internation organization Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted with HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea and a woman got pregnant.


The EU's Earth Observation Program Copernicus said Arctic's sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

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The French president Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the week of the explosion that devestated Beruit on Tuesday.Mr.Macron was thrown that he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets.Crowds chanted angry denunciations of the political leaders and then blamed for the disaster.


Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turing a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter.Vietnam was able to sucessfully contain the virus for month.But Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.


The main opposition candidates standing against Belarus's longstanding president Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has cancelled at short notice major rally in Minsk./'s team said he was not prepare to provoke people giving that the authorities had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.


Mexico's food and beverage industry has comdemend the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children.The confederation said it would have a negetive impact on the economy.


For the 20th week of row,more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy.But 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.


Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority on the international organization Marie Stopes after using what they said what defective condoms.They urgued that as result,one of them contracted HIV.another became ill with gonorrhea and the woman got pregnant.


The EU's earth observation program / says / see ice in July was at joint lowest levels ever recalled for the month said it was nearly 27% down on the anverage extent recorded over the last 4 decades.



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The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr.Macron was thrown as he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.

Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients and the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidates contending against Belarus's long-standing president Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said they were not prepared to provoke people, given that the authority has decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the International Organization Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result, one of them contracted with HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.

The EU's Earth Observation Program Copernicus says Arctic's sea ice in July was at a joint lowest levels ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

1.    The French president Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr.Macron was ? as he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angree denaunciations of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.

2.   Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confrimed cases in the last few weeks.


3.   The main opposition candidates standing against Belarus's long-standing president, Alexander Lukashenko, on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetinan Tikhanovskaya's team said it would prepare to provoke people, given that the authorities had to decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.


4.   Mexico's food and beverage's ministry has condemned a decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children.The confederation said it will have negtive impact on the economy.


5.   For the twentieth week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take havey toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.


6.   Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and international organization, Marie Stopes, after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contacted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.


7.   The E.U's earth observation program Copernicus says arctic's sea ice in July was at joints lowest levels ever recorded for the month. it said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

BBC News with David Harper.

The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thronged as he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations of their political leaders who they blamed for the disaster.

Workers in the Viennese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidates standing against Belarus's longstanding President * on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. *'s team said they were not prepared to provoke people, given that the authority has decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the International Organization * after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.

The EU's Earth Observation Program Copernicus says Arctic's sea ice in July was at its joint lowest levels ever recorded for the months.  It said it was nearly 20% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.


BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

BBC news with David Harper

The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr Macron was thronged as he toured the Lebanese capital’s shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciation for their political leaders who they blamed for the disaster.

Workers in the Vietnamese city of Danang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months. But Danang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidate standing against Belarus's long-standing President Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has cancelled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya’s team said they were not prepared to provoke people, given that their authorities had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico's food and beverages industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th weeks in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the international organisation Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result, one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea and the woman not pregnant.

EU's earth observation program Copernicus says Arctic sea ice in July was at joint the lowest level ever recorded for the month. It is said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

BBC news
                                                   
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BBC News with David Harper

The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thrown as he toured the Lebanese capital shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciation of their political leaders who were main blamed for the disaster.

Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country’s new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.

The main opposition candidates standing against Belarus’ long-standing president Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday’s election has cancelled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said they were not prepared to provoke people, given that the authority had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.

Mexico’s food and beverage industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drink to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on the economy.

For the 20th week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.

Three Ugandans have sued the country’s drug authority and the international organization Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea and a woman got pregnant.

The EU’s earth preservation program Copernicus says Arctic’s sea ice in July was at a joint lowest level ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last 4 decades.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-07

The French President Emmanuel Macron has told political leaders in Lebanon that they need to fight corruption and undertake reform in the wake of the explosion that devastated Beirut on Tuesday. Mr. Macron was thronged as he toured the Lebanese capital's shattered streets. Crowds chanted angry denunciations at their political leaders whom they blame for the disaster.

Workers in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang are turning a sports stadium into a field hospital to deal with coronavirus patients in the country's new virus epicenter. Vietnam was able to successfully contain the virus for months, but Da Nang has seen a surge in confirmed cases in the last few weeks.


The main opposition candidate standing against Belarus' longstanding President Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday's election has canceled at short notice a major rally in Minsk. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's team said they were not prepared to provoke people given that the authorities had decided to hold another event in the same park at the same time.


Mexico's food and beverages industry has condemned the decision by a Mexican state to ban the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children. The confederation said it would have a negative impact on the economy.


For the twentieth week in a row, more than a million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a heavy toll on the economy. About 16 million workers are still receiving benefits.


Three Ugandans have sued the country's drug authority and the international organization Marie Stopes after using what they say were defective condoms. They argued that as a result one of them contracted HIV, another became ill with gonorrhea, and a woman got pregnant.


The EU's earth observation program Copernicus says arctic sea ice in July was at its joint lowest levels ever recorded for the month. It said it was nearly 27% down on the average extent recorded over the last four decades.

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