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1. The entire Lebanese government has resigned with public anger growing over the last Tuesday's devastating blast in Beruit. In a televised address the prime minister HS condemned a corrupt poliitical establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have again fired tear gas at protesters in the capital.

2. Police in B have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of president AL. A witness said officers in Minesk dragged people from crowd and beat them with batons. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.

3. A court in B has sentenced three people to thirty years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill president AD. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.

4.Officials in Somalia said a shot out inside the main prison in the capital M has left ten people dead six were described as members of the Jihad's group AL and four were security personnel.

5.The government of M has warned that  a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister said although the spill has now stopped his country should prepare for the worst.

6.The American fast food chain MDonalds has begun legal action against his former chief executive saying he lied about sexual relationship with the employees. SB left the company with a  payout thought to be worth forty million dollars.

7.A woman appointed by pope Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican finance committee had said she can't visit the Roman Catholic excepting women priests. SK said women were taking central leadership roles in many duchies.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

BBC News with Neil Nunes.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned as public anger growing over last Tuesday’s devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the Prime Minister * condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have begun firing tear gas at protesters in the capital.   

Police in the Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday’s disputed election victory of President *. A witness said officers in Minsk had drawn people from crowd and had beaten them with battens. The main opposition candidates have refused to accept the election result.  

A court in Burundi has sentenced 3 people to 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President *. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.

Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital of Mogadishu has left 10 people died. 6 were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabab, and 4 were security personnel.

The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground 2 weeks ago is likely to break apart. The Prime Minister said that although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast food giant McDonalds has begun legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. * left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly 14 million dollars.

A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican Finance Committee has said she can’t envisage the Roman catholic charge accepting woman priest. * said woman were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.  

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The entire Lebanon's government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in*. In the telivised address of Prime Minister has added the condemn: a corrupt pulitical establishment for hampering its administration. Lebanon's secure foreces have again fired tear gas at protester in the capital.

Police in B have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of president. A witness said officers in * dragged people from crowd and beat them with batons. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.

A court in * has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of intended to kill the president. They were accused of throwing stone at his convoy last Wednesday.

Official in Somalia has said a shoot tail inside the main prison in the capital has left 10 people dead. 6 were described as mambers of*, and 4 were security personnel.

The government in * says warn that huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running ground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister said although the speed had no stop it's come to the ship to prepare for the worst.

The U.S. fast food chain McD has been gone legal action against its former chief executive saying he lied about the sex relation with employees. He has left the company last year with a pay off thought to be worth nearly 40 million dollars.
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BBC news with Neil Nunes.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned as public anger growing over last Tuesday’s devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the prime minister Hassan Diab condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have begun fire tear gas at protesters in the capital.   

Police in the Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with battens. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.  

A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President Evariste Ndayishimiye. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.

Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital of Mogadishu has left ten people died. Six were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabab, and four were security personnel.

The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship, which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister said that although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.

The American fast food chain McDonald has begun legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. Steve Easterbrook left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly 14 million dollars.

A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican Finance Committee has said she can’t envisage the Roman catholic church accepting women priests. Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.  

BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

BBC News with x.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned, with public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the Prime Minister, x, condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have again fired teargas at protesters in the capital.


Police in Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory for President x. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with batons. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.


A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to thirty years in jail, after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President x. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital, Mogadishu, has left ten people dead. Six were described as members of the jihadist group, Al-shabab, and four were security personnel.


The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The Prime Minister said that although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast-food chain, McDonald's, has begun a legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. x left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly forty million dollars.


A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all-male Vatican finance committee has said she can envisage the Roman Catholic Church accepting women priests. x said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.


BBC News.

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BBC news with Neil Nunes.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned as public anger growing over last Tuesday’s devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the prime minister Hassan Diab condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have begun fire tear gas at protesters in the capital.   

Police in the Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with battens. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.  

A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President Evariste Ndayishimiye. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.

Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital of Mogadishu has left ten people died. Six were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabab, and four were security personnel.

The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship, which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister said that although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.

The American fast food chain McDonald has begun legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. Steve Easterbrook left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly 14 million dollars.

A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican Finance Committee has said she can’t envisage the Roman catholic church accepting women priests. Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.  

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

The entire L's government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in B, in a televised address prime minister XX condemned a corrupted political establishment for hampering his administration. L's security forces have again fire tear gas at protestors in the capital

Police in B have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's dispute election victory of president AL, a witness said officers in M dragged people from a crowd and beaten them with batons, the main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.


A court in B has sentenced 3 people to thiry years in jail after they were fund guilty of attempting to kill president XX, they were accused of throwing stones at its convoy last Wednesday.


Officials in S say a shootout inside the main prison of M has left 10 people died six were described as the member of J group XX and 4 were security peronnel.


The government of XX says warned that huge cargoship which has been leaking oil after running around two weeks ago is likely to break apart, the prime minister said that although the spill has now stopped its country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast food chain Mc has begun legal action against its former chief executive saying he lied about sexual relation with its employees, XX left the company last year with the payout thought to be worth nearly 40 million dallors.


A woman appointed by Pope Frances last week to previous all male V finance committee has said she can not envisage the Roma Catholic church accepting women priests, XX said women will take central leadership roles in many diocese.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

BBC news with Neil Nunes.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned as public anger growing over last Tuesday's devestating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the Prime Minister Hassan Diab condemned a corruption political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have begun fire tear gas at proesters in the capital.


Police in the Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night for Sunday's dispute election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with battens. The  main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.


A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail after they were found gulity of attempting to kill President Evarise Ndayishimiya. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


Officials in Somali say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital Magadishu has left 10 people died, 6 were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabaab, and 4 were security personnel.


The government of Mauritius says it warned that a huge cargo ship, which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The Prime Minister said although the spill have now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast food chain McDonald has begun a legal action against its former chief exectutive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with the employees. Steve Easterbrook left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly $40 million.


A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previous all male Vatican Finance Committee has said she can't envisage the Roman catholic church accepting women priests. Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

1.   The entire Lebanese government have retired with public anger growing over last Tuesday devastating blast in Beirut. In a relevise address, the prime minister H.D. condemned a corrupt political establishment for hamering his administration. Lebanese security forces have begun to fire tear gas to protesters in the capital.

2.   Police in Belarus have clashed with demonstraters for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of Presdient Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said police in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with battens. The main opposition candidate has refused to accepted the election result.


3.   A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill president V.D. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


4.   Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital Mogadishu has left 10 people dead. Six were described as members of jihadist group Al-Shabab and four were the security personal.


5.   The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister says although the spill has now stoped, this country should prepare for the worst.


6.   The American fastfood chain McDonalds has begun legal action against its former chief executive, said he lied about sexual relationship eith employees. Steve E. left the company lst year with a payout thought to be worth nearly 40 millian dollars.


7.   A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all-male Vatican finance committee has said she can't envisaged the roman catholic church accepting women priests. Charlotte K.K. said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.

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BBC News with Neil Nunes

The entire Lebanese government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday’s devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address the Prime Minister Hassan Diab condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have again fired tear gas at protesters in the capital.

Police in Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday’s disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from the crowd and beat them with batons. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.

A court in Burundi has sentenced 3 people to 30 years in jail, after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President Evariste Ndayishimiye. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.

Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital Mogadishu has left 10 people dead. Six were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabab and 4 were security personnel.

The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground 2 weeks ago is likely to break apart. The Prime Minister said that although the spill has now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.

The American fast food chain McDonald has begun legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. Steve Easterbrook left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth of nearly 40 million dollars.

A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all-male Vatican finance committee has said she can’t envisage the Roman Catholic church excepting women priests. Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof says women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.

BBC news.
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The entire Lebanese government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday’s devastating blast in Beirut.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

The entire Lebanese government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the Prime Minister Hassan Diab condemned a corrupt political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have again fired teargas at protesters in the capital.

Police in Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with battens. The main opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.


A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 years in jail, after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President Evariste Ndayishimiye. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


Officials in Somalia say a shootout inside the main prison in the capital Mogadishu has left 10 people dead. Six were described as members of the Jihadist group Al-Shabaab and four were security personnel.


The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running aground two weeks ago is likely to break apart. The Prime Minister said that although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast-food chain McDonald's has begun legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. Steve Easterbrook left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly 40 million dollars.


A woman appointed by Pope Francis last week to a previously all-male Vatican finance committee has said she can envisage the Roman Catholic church accepting women priests. Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

BBC news.

The entire Lebanese government has resigned with public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in Beirut. In a televised address, the Prime Minister condemned a corruptive political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebanese security forces have again fired teargas at protesters in the capital.


Police in Belarus have clashed with demonstrators for a 2nd night after Sunday's disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukasenco. A witness said officers in Minsk dragged people from a crowd and beat them with batons. The opposition candidate has refused to accept the election result.


A court in Burundi has sentenced three people to 30 yrs in jail, after they were found guilty of attempting to kill President **. They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


Official in Somali has said a shootout inside the main prison in the capital Mogadishu has left 10 people dead. 6 were described as members of the Jihadist Group Al-shabab and 4 were security personnels.


The government of Mauritius has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil after running agroud 2 weeks is lightly to break apart. The Prime Minister said although the spill had now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast food chain McDonalds has began legal action against its former chief executive, saying he lied about sexdual relationship with employees. SW left the company last year with the payout, thought to be worth nearly 40 million dollars.  


A woman appointed by POP Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican finance committee said she can not envisage the Roman Catholic Church accepting women priests. S said women were taking central leadership roles in many dioceses.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-11

BBC news.                                                    

The entire Lebonese government have resigned as public anger growing over last Tuesday's devastating blast in Belruit. In a televised address, the prime minister xx condemned a corrupted political establishment for hampering his administration. Lebonese security forces have again fired tear gas at protestors in the capital.


Police in Belerus have clashed with demonstrators for a second night after Sunday's disputed election victory for president Alexander xx. A witness said officers in xx draged people from crowd and beat them with batterns. The main opposition xx has refused to accept the election result.


xx has sentenced three people for 30 years in jail after they were found guilty of attempting to kill president xx . They were accused of throwing stones at his convoy last Wednesday.


Officials in Somalia say a shoot-out inside the main prison in the capital xx has left 10 people dead, six were described as members of the jahadist group alshibab, and four were security personnel.


The government of xx has warned that a huge cargo ship which has been leaking oil left running aground weeks ago is likely to break apart. The prime minister said that althrough the spill has now stopped, his country should prepare for the worst.


The American fast food chain MacDonalds has began legal action against its former chief exectutive saying he lied about sexual relationship with employees. Steve xx left the company last year with a payout thought to be worth nearly $40 million.


A woman appointed by pope Francis last week to a previously all male Vatican finance committee has said she can ensivaged the Roman cathlic church accepting women priests. xx said women were taking central leadership roles in many xx


BBC news.

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