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本帖最后由 牛圈墩墩 于 2020-10-31 10:06 编辑

Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubble of buildings in the city of H in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 40 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damage on the Greece island of S, where two teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter was in the Aegean Sea.

France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed 3 people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The FM R said the threat is everywhere. He asked embassies to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid-November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw, where women from across the country have converged in protest at a near total ban on abortion. It's the 9th consecutive day of protests against the constitutional ruling.

The Tanzania leader J has won a overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election, according to official figures. The main opposition, C party, has urged foreign country not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has been taken into hospital after an altercation with police officers who have been trying to rearrest him. P appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key member of England's early World Cup wining football team, N, has died. He was 78 and had cancer, as well as dementia. S is best known for dancing on the pitch at W after England's 1966 victory. He had the R trophy in one hand, and his own false teeth in the other.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-10-31

BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

Rescuers are searching for survivals in the rubble of buildings in the city of * in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 14 people were killed, and hundreds were injured. There was also damage on the Greek island of * where two teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter was in the Aegean Sea.

France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed 3 people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The Foreign Minister * said the threat was everywhere. He asked embassies to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid-November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged in protests at a near total ban on abortion. It's the 9th consecutive day of protests against the Constitutional Court ruling.

The Tanzanian leader John * has won an overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election according to official figures. The main opposition * party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand's antigovernment protest movement has been taken to hospital after an altercation with police officers who’ve been trying to re-arrest him. * appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key member of England's only World Cup winning football team * has died. He was 78 and had cancer as well as dementia. * is best known for dancing on the Pitch of Wembley after England's 1966 victory. He had the * trophy in one hand, and his own false teeth in the other.   
   
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[Homework]BBC 2020-10-31

BBC news with Joe Macintoash.


Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubber of buildings in the city of X in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 40 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damaged on the Greek island of Kos, where two teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter was in the Angean Sea.


France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed three people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the threat was everywhere. He asked embassies to boost security around French interests.


Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.


There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged in protest at the near total ban on abortion. It's the ninth consecutive day of protests against the constititional court ruling.


The Tanzania leader John Magufuli has won a overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election according to the official figures. The main opposition, TX Party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.


One of main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has been taken to hospital after an altercation with police officers who have been trying to rearrest him. PXX appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.


And a key member of England's early World Cup wining football team, O has died. He's 78 and had cancer, as well as dementia. SXX is the first known for dancing on the pitch at Wembley after England's 1966 victory. He had the R trophy in one hand and his own false teeth in the other.


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1. Rescuers were searching for survivors in the rubble of the buildings in the city Izmir in Turkey.The powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday.At least 14 people were killed and a hundred were injured.There was also damage on the Grece island of Samos,where 2 teenagers were killed.The quake epicenter was in the east of Aegean Sea.
2. France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed 3 people in a church in the southern French city of Nice.The Foreign Minster E said the threats were everywhere.He asked embassies to boost security around French in church.
3. Belguim has become a latest European country to announce to return the national lockdown or at least a month.Schools will be closed until mid November in a bid to curb the spread of Cornavirus infections.
4. There is a huge crowd on the street of the Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged in protest of a near total-banned abortion. It’s the ninth consecutive day of protest against the constitutional court ruling.
5. The Tanzania leader John Magufuli has won an overwhelming victory in Wesneday presidential election according to official figures.The main opposition T party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.
6. One of the main leaders of Thailand anti-government protest movement has been taken to hospital after an altercation with police officers who’ve been trying to rearrest him.PJ appeared unconscious while being carried out of the van.
7. And the key member in England’s only world-up winning football team Nobby Stiles has died.He was 78 and has cancer  as well as demential.  Stiles was well known dancing on the pitch at W  after England’s 1966 victory . he had the trophy in one hand and his own false teeth    in the other.
本帖最后由 angle813 于 2020-10-31 19:20 编辑

BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.

Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubber of buildings in the city of Izmir in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 14 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damaged on the Greek island of Samos, where two teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter was in the Aegean Sea.

France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed three people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the threat was everywhere. He asked embassies to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw, where women from across the country have converged in protest at the near total ban on abortion. It's the ninth consecutive day of protests against the constititional court ruling.

The Tanzania leader John Magufuli has won an overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election according to the official figures. The main opposition, Chadema Party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement have been taken to hospital, after an altercation with police officers who have been trying to re-arrest him. Panupong Jadnok appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key member of England's early World Cup winning football team Nobby Stiles has died. He's 78 and had cancer as well as dementia. Stiles is the best known for dancing on the pitch at Wembley after England's 1966 victory. He had the Jules Rimet trophy in one hand and his own false teeth in the other.

BBC news.

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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh

Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubble of buildings in the city of Izmir in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 14 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damage on the Greek island of Samos where 2 teenagers were killed. The quake’s epicenter was in the Aegean Sea.

France is stepping up security at home and abroad after suspected Islamist with a knife killed 3 people in a church in southern French city of Nice. The foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the threat was everywhere. He asked embassies to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid-November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged in protest at the near-total ban on abortion. It’s the 9th consecutive day of protest against the constitutional court’s ruling.

The Tanzania leader John Magufuli has won an overwhelming victory on Wednesday’s presidential election according to official figures. Main opposition Chadema party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand’s anti-government protest movement has been taken to hospital after an altercation with police officers who had been trying to rearrest him. Panupong Jadnok appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key members of England’s early World Cup winning football team Nobby Stiles has died. He was 78 and had cancer as well as dementia. Stiles is best known for dancing on the pitch at Wembley after England’s 1966 victory. He had the Jules Rimet trophy in one hand and his own false teeth in the other.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh.

Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubber of buildings in the city of Izmir in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 14 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damage on the Greek Island of Samos where 2 teenagers were killed. The quake’s epicenter was in the Aegean Sea.

France’s stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected Islamist with a knife killed 3 people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the threat was everywhere. He asked the embassies to boost the security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid-November in the big to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the street of Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged in protest at the near-total ban on abortion. It’s the ninth consecutive day of protests against the constitutional court ruling.

The Tanzania leader John Magufuli has won an overwhelming victory in Wednesday’s presidential election according to the official figures. The main opposition Chadema Party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has been taken to hospital after an altercation with police officers who have been trying to re-arrest him. Panupong Jadnok have appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key member of England’s early World Cup-winning football team Nobby Stiles has died. He was 78 and had cancer as well as dementia. Stiles is the best known for dancing on the pitch at Wembley after England’s 1966 victory. He had the Jules Rimet trophy in one hand and his own false teeth in the other.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-10-31

Rescuers are searching for survivors in the rubble of buildings in the city of Ismail in Turkey.A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday.At least 14 people were killed and hundreds were injured.It was also damage on the Greek island of S where two teenagers were killed.The Greek’s epicenter was in the AGNC.

France is stepping up security at home and board up for suspected / with the knife killed three people in the church in the southern city of Nice.The foreign minister / said the threat was everywhere he asked embassies to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce return to national lockdown for at least a month.Schools will be closed until mid November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There a huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw where women from across the country have converged and protested near the total ban of abortion.It’s the 9th consecutive day of protest against the constitutional court ruling.

The Tanzanian leader John has won an overwhelming victory in Wednesday’s presidential election according to official figures.The main opposition / Party has urged foreign governments not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand’s anti-government protest movement has been taken to hospital after an / with police officers who had been trying to rearresting./ could be unconcious while being carried out the event.

And the key member of England’s only world cup winning football team / has died he was 78 and had cancer as well as dementia.S is best known dancing in the on the picture of Wembley after England’s 1966 victory.He had the / in one hand and his / in the other.

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homeworkRescuers are searching for survivors in the rubble of buildings in the city of  in Turkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 40 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damage on the Grey island of ..., where two teenagers were killed. The quake's ... was in the Aegen Sea.

France is stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected    with a knife killed 3 people in a church in the southern French city of Nice. The FM R said the threat is everywhere. He asked     to boost security around French interests.

Belgium has become the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid-November in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.

There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital    , where women from across the country have converged in protest at a near total ban on abortion. It's the 9th consecutive day of protests against the          .

The  leader has won a overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election, according to official figures. The main opposition,     party, has         country not to recognize the results.

One of the main leaders of Thailand's  government protest movement has been taken into hospital after an ....with police officers who have been trying to rearrest him.  appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.

And a key member of England's early World Cup wining football team, has died. He was 78 and had cancer, as well as dementia. S is best known for dancing on the pitch at W after England's 1966 victory. He had the .....in one hand, and his own fourth teeth in the other.
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Rescuersare searching for survivors in the rubber of buildings in the city of inTurkey. A powerful earthquake hit the region earlier on Friday. At least 40people were killed and hundreds were injured. There was also damaged on theGreek island of Kos, where two teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter wasin the… Sea.


Franceis stepping up security at home and abroad after a suspected …with a knifekilled three people in a church in the southern French city of nice. TheForeign Minister… said the threat was everywhere. He asked embassies to boostsecurity around French interests.


…hasbecome the latest European country to announce a return to national lockdownfor at least a month. Schools will be closed until mid November in a bid tocurb the spread of coronavirus infections.


Thereare huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw where women fromacross the country have converged in protest at the near total ban on abortion.It's the ninth consecutive day of protests against the constititional courtruling.


The…leader John… has won a overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidentialelection according to the official figures. The main opposition,… Party hasurged foreign governments not to recognize the results.


Oneof main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has been takento hospital after an altercation with police officers who have been trying torearrest him. PXX appeared unconscious while being carried out of a van.


Anda key member of England's early World Cup wining football team, …has died. He's78 and had cancer, as well as dementia. SXX is the first known for dancing onthe pitch at …after England's 1966 victory. He had the …in one hand and his ownfalse teeth in the other.
Homework:Rescuers are searching for survive in the robble of buildings in the city .... a powerful region earlier friday. At least 14 people were killed and hundreds were injured. There also damage in the great..... 2 teenagers were killed. The quake's epicenter in ....from home and abroad after a suspected with a knife killed 3 people in the southern  city .....European country to announce a return to national lockdown for at least a month. Schools will be closed...curb the spread of coronavirus infections.There are huge crowds on the streets of the Polish capital,where women from across the country have. It's the 9th consecutive day of protests against the constitutional ruling.The leader has won a overwhelming victory in Wednesday's presidential election, according to official figures. The main opposition, recognize the results.One of the main leaders of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has been taken into hospital after an altercation with police officers who have been trying to rearrest him.  unconscious while being carried out of a van.
And a key member of England's early World Cup wining football team,  He was 78 and had cancer, as well as dementia...... England's 1966 victory. He had the in one hand, and his own false teeth in the other.
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