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Armenia's prime minister has warned the full risk of full-scale war following clashes with Azerbaijani troops in the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Officials in the break-away region, which is controlled by ethnic Armenians, say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijan has also reported death. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protests in Belarus have against the controversial re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in the row. Police made more than 200 arrests.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanese leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said it was shamed of them. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr.Macron led international efforts to persuade the bullying elite to form a new administration rapidly.

In Mali, a new prime minister has been named Boubou Cisse. The move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by West African countries after last month's coup.

Joe Biden has again appealed to republican senate in the U.S not to rush to confirm Donald Trump's supreme court nominee before the presidential election in November. He said President Trump's aim in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap health-care legislation passed under Barack Obama.

A wide known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates says she fears she has been banned from travelling, because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. Abu Khamis said she was given no reason why she was prevented boarding a flight on Saturday.

The Roman Catholic church in Nicaragua announced their public masses could resume next Sunday, six months after it was stopped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures will be observed during services.

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Armenia's prime minister has warned the full risk of full-scale war following clashes with Azerbaijani troops in the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Officials in the break-away region, which is controlled by ethnic Armenians, say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijan has also reported death. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protests in Belarus have against the controversial re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in a row. Police made more than 200 arrests.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanese leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said it was A SHAME TO them. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr.Macron led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.

In Mali, a new prime minister has been named Moctar OUANE. The move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by West African countries after last month's coup.

Joe Biden has again appealed to republican senate in the U.S not to rush to confirm Donald Trump's supreme court nominee before the presidential election in November. He said President Trump's aim in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap health-care legislation passed under Barack Obama.

A wide known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates says she fears she has been banned from travelling, because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. Abu Khamis said she was given no reason why she was prevented boarding a flight on Saturday.

The Roman Catholic church in Nicaragua announced their public masses could resume next Sunday, six months after it was stopped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures will be observed during services.

BBC news.
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Am's PM has warned the risk of a full-scale war following clashes with Ab troops in the territory of N. Officials in the breakaway region which is controlled by ethnic A say 16 soldiers have been killed. Az has also reported deaths. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protests in Belarus have against the controversial reelection of president L have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in a row. Police made more than 200 arrests.

President E of France has bitterly condemned L leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said he was ashamed of them. After last month's devastating explosion in B, Mr.M led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.

In Mali, a new PM has been named B. The move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by western African countries after last month's coup.

JB has again appealed to Republican senators in the US not to rush to confirm Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee before the presidential election in November. He said president Trump's aim in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap Health Care Legislation passed under BO.

A well-known writer and poet in the UAE says she fears she has been banned from travelling because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. H said she was given no reason why she was prevented boarding a flight on Saturday.

The Roman Catholic church in N announced that public masses will resume next Sunday - six months after it was stopped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures will be observed during services.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-09-28

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Armenia's Prime Minister has warned the risk of the full scale war, following clashes with Azerbaijani troops in the terrority of Nagorno-Karabakh. Officials in the breakaway region which is controlled by ethnic Armenians say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijan has also reported the death. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.


Protests in Berlarus have against the controversial reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets from the seventh Sunday in a row, police made more than 200 arrests.


President Emmanuel Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanese leaders for their failure to form a new government, he said he was shamed of them. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr. Macron led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.


In Mali, a new prime minister has been named Moctar Ouane. The move should see the lifting of the sanctions imposted by West African countries after last month's coup.


Joe Biden has again appealed to Republican senators in the US not to rush to confirm Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee before the presidential election in November. He said President Trump's aim in an trying to push through the nomination was to scrap Healthcare Legislation passed under Barack Obama.


A well-known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates says she fears she has been banned from travelling because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. Abe Khamis said she was given no reason why she was prevented from boarding a fighting on Saturday.


The Roman Catholic Church in Nicaragua has announced that their public masses will resume next Sunday, six months after it was stopped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures would be observed during the services.


BBC news.

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Armenia's Prime Minister has warned of the risk of full scale war,following clashes with Arsebini troops,in the territory of LT,officials in the break away region which is controlled by ethic Arminians ,say 16 soldiers have been killed.Arsebigian has also reported deaths.Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protests in Yellow roots against the controversial reelection of President AL have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters,under the streets for the 7th Sunday in a row.Police make more than 200 arrests.President

EM of France has bitterly condemned Lebenean's leaders for their failure to form new government,he said he was ashamed of them
After last month's devastating explosion in Berut,Mr Macron led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form  a new administration rapidly.

In Mali a new Prime Minister has been named MoktaOne,the move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by west African countries after last month's Coup.

Joe Biden has again appealled to Republican Senators in the US not to rush to to confirm DT supreme court nominee,before the presidential election in November,he said President Trump''s aim in trying to push through the nomination was discrape health care legislation  , passed under Barack Obama.

A well known writer and Poet in the United Eriberates says she fears she's been banned from travelling,because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel.WH said she was given no reason,while she was prevented from boarding a flight on Saturday.

The Roman Cathelic church in the C has announced the Public Masses will resuem next Sunday ,6 months after they were stopped to combat the spread of the cononavirus,The judge said physical distancing measures would  be observed,during services.

[Homework]BBC 2020-09-28

1.   Amenia's prime minister has warned the risk of  full scale war following clashes with Azerbaijiani troops in the territory of N. Officials in the break-away region which was controled by ethnic Amenians say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijian has also reported death. Both sides have accused eath others of starting the fighting.

2.   Protests in Belarus against the controversial reelection of president Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in the row. Police made more than 200 arrest.


3.   President Emmanue Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanon's leaders for their failurer to form a new government. He said it was a shame of them. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr.Macron led  international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.


4.   In Mali, a new prime minister has been named B.O., the move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by western African countries after last month coup.


5.   Joe Biden has again appealed to Republican's senators in the U.S not too rush to confirm  Donald Trump supreme court nominee before the Presidential election in November. He said President Trump' aims in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap health-care legislation passed under Barack Obama.


6.   A well-known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates says she fears that she's been banned  from traveling because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. D.A. said she was given no reason while she was prevented from boarding a flight on Saturday.


7.   The Roman Catholic church in Nicaragua has announced that public masses will resume next Sunday, six months after it was stoped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures will be observed during services.

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Biden has again appealed Republican senators in the U.S. not to rush to confirm Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before the presidential election in November.
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Armenia’s prime minister has warned of the risk of full-scale war following clashes with Azerbaijani troops in the territory of Nagorno-Karakakh. Officials in the break-away region, which is controlled by ethnic Armenians, say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijan has also reported deaths. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protest in Belarus against the controversial reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in a row. Police made more than 200 arrests.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanese leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said he was ashamed of them. After last month’s devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr. Macron led international efforts to persuade the ruling elites to form a new administration rapidly.

In Mali a new prime minister has been named Boubou Cisse. The move should see the lifting of sanction imposed by west African countries after last month’s coup.

Joe Biden has again appealed to Republican senators in the US not to rush to confirm Donald Trump’s Supreme Court’s nominee before the presidential election in November. He said President Trump’s aim in trying to push the nomination was to scrap health care legislation passed by Barack Obama.

A well-known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates said she fears she has been banned from travelling because she voiced opposition to her country’s agreement to normalize ties with Israel. Abu Khamis said she was given no reasons why she was prevented from boarding a flight on Saturday.

The Roman catholic church in Nicaragua has announced that public messes will resume next Sunday, six months after it was stop to combat the spread of coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures will be observed during services.

BBC news.
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Armenia's Prime Minister has warned the risk of a full-scale war following clashes with Azerbaijani troops in the territory of *. Officials in the breakaway region, which is controlled by ethnic Armenians, say 16 soldiers have been killed. Azerbaijan has also reported death. Both sides have accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protests in Belarus against the controversial re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the streets for the 7th Sunday in a row. Police made more than 200 arrests.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has bitterly condemned Lebanese leaders for their failure to form new government. He said it was shamed of them. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr. Macron led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.

In Mali, a new Prime Minister has been named *. The move should see the lifting of sanctions imposed by West African countries after last month's coup.

Joe Biden has again appealed to republican senators in the U.S. not to rush to confirm Donald Trump's supreme court nominee before the presidential election in November. He said President Trump's aim in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap health-care legislation passed under Barack Obama.

A well-known writer and poet in the United Arab Emirates says she fears she’s been banned from travelling because she voiced opposition to her country's agreement to normalize ties with Israel. * said she was given no reason why she was prevented from boarding a flight in Saturday.

The Roman Catholic church in Nicaragua has announced that public masses will resume next Sunday, six months after they was stopped to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The church said physical distancing measures would be observed during services.   

BBC News.

[Homework]BBC 2020-09-28

Armenia's prime minister has warned the risk of full scale war following clashes with Azerbaijan troops in the territory of XX, officials in the breakaway region which is controlled by ethnic A say 16 soldiers have been killed, Azerbaijan is also reported death, both sides accused each other of starting the fighting.

Protest in B against the controverial reelection of president XX have drawn tens of thousands of opposition supporters onto the street for 7th Sundy in the row, police made more than 200 arrests.


President M of France has bitterly condemned L leader for their failure to form a new government he said it was ashame of them. After last week devastating explosion in B, Mr. M led international efforts to persuade the ruling elite to form a new administration rapidly.


In Mali, a new prime minister has been named XX the move should see the lifting of saction imposed by west African countries after last month coup.


JB has again appealed to republican senators in the US not to rush to confirm DT's surpreme court nominee before the presidential election in November, he said president T's aim in trying to push through the nomination was to scrap health care legislation passed under BA.


A well known writer and poet in United Arab Emirates say she fear she is been banned from traveling, because she voice opposition to her country agreement to normalize ties with Israel, XX said she was given no reason why she was prevented from boarding a flight on Saturday.


The Rome Catholic church XX has announced that public masses will resume next Sunday, 6 months after it was stopped to combat the spread of the corona virus, the church said physical distencing will be observed during services.

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[Homework] BBC 2020-09-29

The World Health Organization has announced a dramatic expansion of corona virus testing in low and middle income countries.120 million rapid tests have been secured. The virus has now killed almost a million people worldwide.

The Dutch government has announced some of its strictest measures yet to combat the corona virus with new infections in its country at record levels, they include limits on indoor galleries and curfew for bars an restaurants.

Azerbaijan’s closest ally Turkey has called for a complete Armenia withdrawal from [place], after a second day of heavy fighting in the disputed territory, the ethnic Arminia region said 26 more of its serving personal have been killed in the fighting with Azeri forces on Monday, bringing its total loses to more than 80.

A senior Chinese executive has returned to court in Canada to continue her fight against extradition to the United States. Meng WanZhou of Huawei is accused of breaking US sanctions on Iran.

Donald Trump has firmly defended his handling of his tax affairs after report that he paid no federal income tax for ten years because of extensive business losses,the president said he was entitled to account for losses in his tax bill, but also claiming he had extraordinary assets.

A former US police officer involved in the fatal shooting of a black woman Breonna Taylor has claimed not guilty to wanton endangerment, [] is charged with recklessly firing shots into neighboring apartments during a raid on Breonna Taylor’s home in Louisville but not with her killing.

Thousands of people in Northern California have fled wildfire that quadrupled  in size over night fanned by strong winds. Flames ranging through the states winecountry have now scored 40 square kilometers, burning down famous vineyards and threatening communities.
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