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BBC news with Joe Macintosh.   

The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of * being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Philip * said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low- and middle-income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covex program.   

The White House Chief of Staff Mark * has urged the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. U.S. media is reporting that Mr. * has also told Steven * that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was quick.

Scientists in Britain say they’ve found genetic variations that make patients more like to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the immune system combat pathogens like coronavirus.   

Austria’s Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing pacific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached the rights on religious freedom.

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court * says she will ask for full investigation into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamic extremist movement Boko Haram had committed series of crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine of Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.      

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea, it thought they may have had some kinds of infection.  

BBC News.
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The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Philipergrandy, said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the WHO's program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low-and medium-income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covax Program.

The White House Chief of Staff, Mark Medoles has urged the head of the US FDA to approve the Fizer Biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Medoles also told Stiven Han that he (would) should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was a quip.

Scientists in Britian say they've found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. Researchers have found that genes involved in how immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.

Austria's Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head-coverings. It said that the law was unconstitutional, as it breached rights on religious freedom.

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatu Bensuder, says she will ask for fully investigations into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She says investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist extremist movement Boherharm have committed serious crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 200 seals in the Casbean Sea. It though they may have had some kind of infection.
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BBC news with Joe Macintosh.   
The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of * being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Philip * said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.
Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low- and middle-income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covex program.   
The White House Chief of Staff Mark * has urged the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. U.S. media is reporting that Mr. * has also told Steven * that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was quick.
Scientists in Britain say they’ve found genetic variations that make patients more like to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the immune system combat pathogens like coronavirus.   
Austria’s Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing pacific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached the rights on religious freedom.
The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court * says she will ask for full investigation into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamic extremist movement Boko Haram had committed series of crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine of Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.      
The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea, it thought they may have had some kinds of infection.  
BBC News.
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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.

The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Filippo Grandi said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization's program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low-and medium-income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covex Program.

The White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows has urged the head of the US Food And Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer Biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Meadows also told Steven Han that he  should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was a quip.

Scientists in Britain say they've found genetic variations that made patients more likely to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. Researchers found that genes involved in how the immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.

Austria's Constitutional Court has struck down a law, prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head-coverings. It said that the law was unconstitutional, as it breached rights on religious freedom.

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, says she will ask for fully investigations into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She says investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist extremist movement Boko Haram have committed serious crimes, adding that different groups in the eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea. It though they may have had some kind of infection.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Joe Macintosh.   
The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of * being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Philip * said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low- and middle-income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covex program.   

The White House Chief of Staff Mark * has urged the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. U.S. media is reporting that Mr. * has also told Steven * that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was quick.

Scientists in Britain say they’ve found genetic variations that make patients more like to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the immune system combat pathogens like coronavirus.   

Austria’s Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing pacific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached the rights on religious freedom.

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court * says she will ask for full investigation into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamic extremist movement Boko Haram had committed series of crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine of Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.      

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea, it thought they may have had some kinds of infection.
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BBC NEWS WITH XXXXXX
The head of  UN refugee agency said that has been an overwhelming number of reports refugee in the Euthiopia of Tigray being killed,abducted  and forcibly returned to their country of origin,Philip xxxx said it would be a major of brench international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion does of leading vaccine Canada hs been secured as part of the world health prganization's program to provide COVID-19 inoculations for low-and-middle-income countries.The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the covex program.

The White House Chief Staff Mark xxxx has urged ahead of US Food and Drug Administration to approve the Prifzer biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday.US media is reporting that Mr.xxx has also told Steven xxx that he should resign if there was no approval.A White House Official said the remark was quick.

Scientists in Britain say they’ve found genetic variations that make patients more like to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the immune system combat pathogens like coronavirus.   

Austria’s Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing pacific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached the rights on religious freedom.

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court * says she will ask for full investigation into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamic extremist movement Boko Haram had committed series of crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine of Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.      

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea, it thought they may have had some kinds of infection.
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The head of the UN ...Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of .... being killed, .... returned to their country of origin. ...major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.
Nearly a billion doses of leading...candidates have been ... as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide Covid-19 .... countries. The WHO lsaid nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the.....   
The White House ...the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the ...coronavirus vaccine by... reporting that ... has also told ... that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was quick.
Scientists in Britain say they’ve found ... more like to develop .. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the.. system combat ... like coronavirus.   
... primary school children from wearing pacific religious head coverings. It said the law was ..... as it breached the rights on religious freedom.
... of the International Criminal Court.. says she will ask for full investigation into possible war crimes ....She said investigations in .... movement ... series of crimes, adding that different groups in eastern ... could also have been responsible for similar .. there.      
The Russian .... the death of more than 270 seals in the .... it thought they may have had some kinds of infection.
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The head of the UN refugee agency says there’s been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Philip G said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide covid-19 inoculations for low and mid-income countries. The WHO director general said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the program.

The White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has urged the head of the US food and drug administration to approve the Pfizer Biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Meadows also told Steven Han that he should resign if there was no approval. The White House official said the remark was a quip.

Scientists in Britain say they've found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe covid-19 symptoms. The researchers found that genes are involved in how the immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.

Austria’s constitutional court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breaks the rights on religious freedom.

The chief prosecutor of the international criminal court says she will ask for full investigations into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She xx investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist extremist movement Boko Haram had committed serious crimes, adding that different groups in the eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.

The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea. It thought they may have had some kind of infection.
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The head of the UN ....... Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of .........refugees in the E.......region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. ........said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.Nearly billion doses of leading ...... candidates have been secured as part of the who's program to provide ........inoculations for low-and medium-income countries. The who director general said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the ........ Program.The White house Chief of Staff, Mark .... has urged the head of the US ...... to approve the ......coronavirus .....by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Me.... also told Stiven Han that he  should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was a quip.Scientists in Britian say they've found ..... that make patients more likely to develop ..... symptoms. Researchers have found that genes involved in how immune system combats .... like coronavirus.Austria's Cons........Court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head-coverings. It said that the law was unconstitutional, as it breached rights on religious freedom.The Chief ....... of the International Criminal Court, ......, says she will ask for fully investigations into possible war crimes committed in ...... She says investigations in ..... found that ...... extremist movement Boh....... have committed serious crimes, adding that different groups in eastern ......and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.The .....authorities are investigating the death of more than 200 seals in the Casbean Sea. It though they may have had some kind of infection.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh

The head of the UN refugee agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Filippo Grandi said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization’s program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low- and middle-income countries. The WHO director general said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covax program.

The White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has urged the head of the US Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Meadows also told Stephen Hahn that he should resign if there’s no approval. The White House official said the remark was a quip.

Scientists in Britain say they’ve found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The researchers found the genes involved in how the immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.

Austria’s constitutional court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached right on religious freedom.

The chief prosecutor of the international criminal court Fatou Bensouda says she will ask for fully investigation into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist Extremist movement Boko Haram committed serious crimes adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.

The Russian authorities are investigating the deaths of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea. It thought they may have had some kind of infection.

BBC news.
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The WhiteHouse chief of staff Mark has urged the head of the US food and drug administration to approve the Phizer BioNtec coronavirus vaccine by Friday,US meida is reporting that Mr Mados also told Steven Ham that he should resign if there's no approval.The WhiteHouse offical said the remark was a quip.

Scientists in Britain say they found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe covid-19 symptoms,the research has found that Genes are involved in how the Immune system combats pathogene   like coronavirus.

Astria's constitutional court has strike down a law,prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head coverings,It said the law was unconstitutional,as it breaches the right of religious freedom.

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The Russian authorities are investigating the deaths of more than 270 seals in Caspian Sea,it thought they may have had some kind of infection
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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-12

The head of the UN refugee agency says there has been an o.. number of reports of E.. refugees in E.. region of the T.. being killed, abducted and .. returned to their country of origin. ... said it would be a major .. of international law if such acts were confirmed.Nearly billion doses of leading vaccines candicates have been secured as part of the WHO program to provide COVID19 .. for low- and medium income contries. WHO director .. said nearly 190 countries were now take part in in onvex program.
The White house chief of stuff ... urged the head of US food and drug Aministration approve .. the coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. .. also told the S.H.. that he should resign if there was no approval.



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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-12

BBC news with Joe Macintosh.


The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of orgin. Filippo Grandi said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.


Nearly billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization's program to provide Covid-19 inoculations for low and medium income countries. The WHO Director General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the Covax program.


The White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has urged the head of the US Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer Biotech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Meadows also told Steve Han that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was quip.


Scientists in Britain say they've found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms. The researchers found that genes involved in how the immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.


Austria's Constitutional Court has struck down a law prohibiting primay school children from wearing specific religious head-coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breaked rights on religious freedom.


The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, says she will ask for fully investigations into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She says investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist extremist movement Boko Haram have committed serious crisis, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.


The Russian authorities are investigating the death of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea. It thought they may have had some kind of infection.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-12

The head of the UN Refugee Agency says there has been an overwhelming number of reports of Eritrean refugees in the Ethiopian region of Tigray being killed, abducted and forcibly returned to their country of origin. Filippo Grandi said it would be a major breach of international law if such acts were confirmed.

Nearly a billion doses of leading vaccine candidates have been secured as part of the World Health Organization's program to provide COVID-19 inoculations for low and middle income countries. The WHO Director-General said nearly 190 countries were now taking part in the COVAS program.


The White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has urged the head of the US Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine by Friday. US media is reporting that Mr. Meadows also told Stephen Hahn that he should resign if there was no approval. A White House official said the remark was a quip.


Scientists in Britain say they have found genetic variations that make patients more likely to develop severe COVID-19 symptoms. The research has found that the genes are involved in how the immune system combats pathogens like coronavirus.


Austria's constitutional court has struck down a law prohibiting primary school children from wearing specific religious head coverings. It said the law was unconstitutional as it breached the rights on religious freedom.


The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, says she will ask for full investigations into possible war crimes committed in Nigeria and Ukraine. She said investigations in Nigeria found that Islamist extremist movement Boko Haram committed serious crimes, adding that different groups in eastern Ukraine and Crimea could also have been responsible for similar atrocities there.


The Russian authorities are investigating the deaths of more than 270 seals in the Caspian Sea. It thought they may have had some kind of infection.

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