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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-15

BBC News with Justin Green.

The Lithuanian Foreign Minister said the elections in Belarus which return President * to power were not democratic or legitimate. * told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against officials responsible. President * says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He also warns people against taking part in protest against him.

The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week’s huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay heavy price if that was the case. He provided no evidence for his allegations.  

The senior U.S. Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballot in November’s election should cast their vote early. The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of covid infections. Bars and nightclubs will be closed, and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing can’t be maintained. In Portugal meanwhile where infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it is going ahead with the large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrian returning from the country testing positive for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test or 2-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South African authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the covid lockdown. They believe the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation although attacks on liquor stores had risen.  

And UN has warned that almost 16-million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. They said the poor harvest and the long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.


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The * foreign minister said that the elections in * which return president *** to power were not democratic and ligitimate. **told the BBC that the European Union s preparing targeted sanctions against the official's responsible. Presidnet ** says forces outside the country behind the protest against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protest against him.

The leader of the militant group* has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in * and said it would paid heavy praize if that was the case if provided no evidence of allegations.

The senior US Democrat ** says those intending to post to ballat in November's election should cast their vote early. The House Speaker warned a Trump's ministration was trying to make it harder for the post service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed combating resurgence of coivd infections. Bars and night clubs would be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing can't be maintained. In * meanwhile where infections are also on the rise, the Communist party says it's going ahead for the last festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to  * after more than 50 Austrians returned from the country testing positive of coronavirus in the last 24hours. Austria has also introducing test or 2-week quarantine for those currently in *.

The South Africa authority say crime has fallen by almost half during the covid lockdown. They believe the ban on alcohol sales come to be the situation where there a test on * has risen.

And the UN has warned that lamost 16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. He said poor harvest and the long-running conflicts are the situation very difficult.
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Estonian Foreign Minister said the elEctions in Belarus which returned President Alexanda Lucashenco to power were not democratic or legitimate. A  told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protests against him.

The leader of the militant group Haz Bla has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay a heavy price if that was the case. It provided no evidence in allegations.

The senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November's election should cast their votes early. The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combatting resurgence of COVID infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed, and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing cannot be maintained.

In Portugal meanwhile, where the infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it's going ahead with a large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 15 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing tests or a 2-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen by almost a half during the COVID lockdown. He believed the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation although a tax on liquor stores had risen.

And the UN has warned that almost 16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor harvests and long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-15

BBC news with Justin Green.

Lithuanian foreign minister said the elections of Berlarus which returned President Alexander Lukashenko to power were not democratic or legitimate. EX told BBC that European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protesters against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protests against him.


The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be reponsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay a heavy price if that was the case. It provied no evidence in allegations.


The senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November's election should cast their votes early. The House speaker warned that Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.


The Spainish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of covid infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing can't be maintained.


In Porgual, meanwhile, where the infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it's going ahead with the largest festival.


Austria has advised its citizens not travel to Croatia after more than 15 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test or a two-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.


The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen almost a half during the covid lockdown. They believed the ban on alcohol sale has contributed to the situation although a tax on liquor stores had risen.


And UN has warned almost 6 million people in the Decromatic Repulbic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor havest and long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.


BBC news.

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The Estonian foreign minister has said the elections in Belarus, which return president Alexander Lukoshenko to power, were not democratic or legitimate. He told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against officials responsible. President Lukoshenko says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He also warns people against taking part in protests against him.

The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week’s huge explosion in Lebanon and said it will pay a heavy price if that was the case. He provided no evidence in his allegations.

The senior US democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballot in November’s election should cast their vote early. The House Speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to get harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of Covid infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed, and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing cannot be maintained. In Portugal meanwhile where infections are also on the rise, the communist party says it’s going ahead with a large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrians returned from the country testing positive coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test or two-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South African authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the COVID lockdown. They believe the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation although attacks on liquor stores had risen.

And the UN has warned that almost 16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor harvests and the long-running conflicts have made the situation very difficult.
The Estonian Foreign Minister said the elections in Belarus which returned President Alexander Lukashenko to power were not democratic or legitimate. Urmas Reinsalu told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protests against him.

The leader of the militant group Haz Bla has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay a heavy price if that was the case. He provided no evidence for his allegations.

The senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November's election should cast their votes early. The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of covid infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed, and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing can't be maintained.

In Portugal meanwhile, where infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it's going ahead with a large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing tests or a 2-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South African authorities say crime has fallen by almost a half during the covid lockdown. They believed the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation although a tax on liquor stores had risen.

And the UN has warned that almost 16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor harvest and the long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.
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BBC News with Justine Greene

The Estonian Foreign Minister said the elections in Belarus which returned Alexander Lukashenko to power were not democratic or legitimate. Urmas Reinsalu told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the official responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protest against him.

The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week’s huge explosion in Lebanon, and said it would pay heavy price if that’s the case. He provided no evidence for his allegations.

The senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November’s election should cast their votes early. The House Speaker warned that the Trump Administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the votes.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of Covid infections. Bars and nightclubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing can’t be maintained. In Portugal meanwhile where infections were also on the rise. The Communist Party says it’s going ahead with a large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrians returned from the country testing positive with coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing tests or 2-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the Covid lockdown. They believe the ban on alcohol sale has contributed the situation although a tax on liquor stores has risen.

And the UN has warned that almost 16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor harvest and the long-running conflict had made the situation very difficult.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-15

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The Spanish government has imposed the serious of new restrictions aimed combating resurgence of COVID infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing can't be matained.   In P.. meanwhile where infections were also on the rise, the communist party says its going ahead with the large festival.  
Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to C.. after more than 50 A.. return from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. A.. is also introducing test or two-week quarantine for those currently in C..
The south .. authorities say crime has fallen almost half during the covid lockdown. They believe the ban of  alcohol sales is contributed to this situation although attacks on liquor store had risen.\
And the UN has warned alomst 16 million people in the Democratic republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. They said poor haverst and long runing conflicts had made the situation very diffcult.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-08-15

BBC news with Justin Green.

The Estonian Foreign Minister said the elections in Belarus which returned President Alexander Lukashenco to power were not democratic or legitimate. A told the BBC that the EU is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenco says forces outside the country are behind the protests against his contested election victory. He warns people against taking part in protests against him.


The leader of the military group * has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay heavy price if that was the case, he provided no evidence on his allegations.


The senior US democrat Nancy P says those intending to use postal ballot in November's election should cast their votes early. The health speaker warned that the Trump Administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.


The Spainish government has imposed a serious new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of COVID infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing cant be maitained. In Portugal meanwhile, where infections are also on the rise, the Commuist Party says it's going ahead with the large festival.


Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus. In the last 24 hrs, Austria is also introducing tests or two week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.


The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the COVID lockdown. They believed the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation, although attacks on liquor stores had risen.


The US has warned that almost 16 million people in the Democratic of Congo are suffering from hunger. They said poor harvests and the long-running conflicts have made the situation very difficult.


BBC news.

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The  Estonnian foreign minister said the that elections in Baralus which return President A to power were not democratic or legitimate,A told the BBC that the EU is preparing target its sanctions against the officials responsible.

President L says forces outside the country are behind the protest against his contested election victory.He also warned people against taking part in protest against him.

The leader of militant group H had suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebena,and said it will pay a heavy price if that was the case,He provided  no evidence in his allegations.

The senior US democrats NP said those intending to Use Postal bollots in November election,should cast their votes early,The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spainish government has imposed a series of   new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of Covid infections,Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing cann't be maintained.In portrigul meanwhile where infections are also on the rise,the communist party says it is going ahead with a large festival

Austria has advised its citizens not to travel to Cronacia after more than 50 Austrian return from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours,Austria is also introducing tests or to be quarantine for those currently in croasia.

The south African Authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the covid lockdown,they believed the ban on alcohol sales is contribute to the situation,although attacks on liquior stores had risen.

And UN has warned that almost   16 million people in the Democratic Republic of Kong are suffering from Hunger,it said poor harvests and long running conflicts are made the situation very difficult.
BBC news with Justin Green.

The Estonian foreign minister has said the elections of Belarus, which returned President Alexander Lukashenko to power were not democratic or legitimate. Urmas Reinsalu told BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protesters against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protests against him.

The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be responsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay a heavy price if that was the case. It proved no evidence in his allegations.

The senior U.S Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November's election should cast their votes early. The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of Covid infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing can't be maintained.

In Portugal, meanwhile, where the infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it's going ahead with a large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens not travel to Croatia after more than 15 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test or a two-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.

The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen by almost a half during the Covid lockdown. They believed the ban on alcohol sale has contributed to the situation although a tax on liquor stores has risen.

And the UN has warned almost six million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor harvest and long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.

BBC news.
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Lithuanian foreign minister said the elections of Berlarus which returned President Alexander Lukashenko to power were not democratic or legitimate. EX told BBC that European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against the officials responsible. President Lukashenko says forces outside the country are behind the protesters against his contested election victory. He also warned people against taking part in protests against him.


The leader of the militant group Hezbollah has suggested Israel could be reponsible for last week's huge explosion in Lebanon and said it would pay a heavy price if that was the case. It provied no evidence in allegations.


The senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballots in November's election should cast their votes early. The House speaker warned that Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.


The Spainish government has imposed a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of covid infections. Bars and night clubs will be closed and smoking banned outdoors if social distancing can't be maintained.


In Porgual, meanwhile, where the infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it's going ahead with the largest festival.


Austria has advised its citizens not travel to Croatia after more than 15 Austrians returned from the country testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test or a two-week quarantine for those currently in Croatia.


The South Africa authorities say crime has fallen almost a half during the covid lockdown. They believed the ban on alcohol sale has contributed to the situation although a tax on liquor stores had risen.


And UN has warned almost 6 million people in the Decromatic Repulbic of Congo are suffering from hunger. It said poor havest and long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.
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The     Foreign Minister said the elections in    which return President  power were not democratic or legitimate. * told the BBC that the European Union is preparing targeted sanctions against officials responsible. President

The leader of the  group    has suggested l could be responsible for last week’s huge explosion in and said it would pay heavy price if that was the case. He provided no evidence for his

The senior U.S. Democrat Nancy Pelosi says those intending to use postal ballot in November’s election should cast their vote early. The House speaker warned that the Trump administration was trying to make it harder for the postal service to handle the vote.

The Spanish government   a series of new restrictions aimed at combating resurgence of covid infections. Bars and nightclubs will be closed, and smoking banned outdoors as social distancing can’t be maintained. In Portugal meanwhile where infections are also on the rise, the Communist Party says it is going ahead with the large festival.

Austria has advised its citizens
not to travel to Croatia after more than 50 Austrian returning from the country testing positive for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Austria is also introducing test
for those currently   .

The South African authorities say crime has fallen by almost half during the  . They believe the ban on alcohol sales has contributed to the situation although attacks on   

And UN has warned that almost 16million people in the        Republic of   are suffering from hunger. They said the poor harvest and the long-running conflicts had made the situation very difficult.

BBC News.
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