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BBC news with David Hopper.

Britain's post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr.Johnson call the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labour Party * called it a thin deal, but said it was better than the no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to 3/4 of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 daymark for two days' running.

Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister * has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced 4 weeks of tougher public health restrictions.

At least 22 people have been killed in the attack on the city of * airport in Yemen soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from the international committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for. The Prime Minister * said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.

Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged 2 former Bosnian Serb police reservist with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the * pit.

The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate *.

Live from London,that's the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with David Harper.   

Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labor Party * called it a shame deal, but said it was better than no deal. It’s being debated in the Upper House.  

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England’s population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 days mark for two days running.   

Further evidence is emerging of the spread of new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister * Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced 4 weeks of tough public health restrictions.  

At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden’s airport in Yemen soon after a plane carrying the country’s new government landed. An aid worker from the international committee of Red Cross was among the dead. The Ministers were unharmed.   

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip in Oslo to look for 11 people who remain uncounted for. The Prime Minister * said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.

Prosecutors in Bosnia heads of governor have charged 2 former Bosnian Serb police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslims and Croat civilians during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gun down at a mass grave known as the * pit.   

The police in Uganda say only journalists have been recently approved by the country’s media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bob *.   

Live from London. That the latest BBC News.
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BBC news with David Harper.   

Britain's post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commerce. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. A leader of the opposition labor party Keir Starmer called it a sin deal, but said it was better than no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population, as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 daymark for two days' running.

Further evidence is spreading a new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic modules available. He has announced four-weeks of tougher public health restrictions.

At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden airport in Yemen, soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from the International Committee of the Red cross was among the dead. The minister was unharmed.

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people, who remained unaccounted for. The Prime Minister Erna Solberg said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.

Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged two former Bosnia served reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the * pit.

The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobi Wine.

BBC news.
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Britain's post Brexit deal with the EU has been signed by the prime minister Borris Johnson after approval by the house of commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labor Party called it a thin deal, but said it's better than no deal. It's been debated in the upper house.
The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population as it prepars to start using a newly-approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the fifty thousand a day mark for two days running. Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish prime minister ? has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced four weeks of tougher public health restrictions.
At least twenty-two people have been killed in the attack on the city of ? air port in Yemen soon after a plane carrying the country's new  government landed. An aid worker from the international committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.
Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for eleven people who remain unaccounted for. The prime minister  ? said the mud was too unstable for anything more than  searches by helicopter. Prosecutors in Bosnia have charged two former Bosnia Serb police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and ? civilians during the war in former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as ? pit.
The police in Uganda says only jounalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate ?. Live from London, that's the latest BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2020-12-31

BBC news with David Harper

Britain's post Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labor Party, Keir Starmer called it a thin deal, but said it was better than no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.


The British government is extending its tougher restrictions to 3 quarters of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 daymark for two days of running.


Further evidence is emerging after the spread of the new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced four weeks of tougher public health restrictions.


At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the City of Aden's airport in Yemen soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from the International Committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.


Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for. The Prime Minister Erna Solberg said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.


Prosecutors in Bosnia Herzegovina have charged two former Bosnian Serb police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslims and Croat civilians during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the Lisac pit.


The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobi Wine.
Live from London, that's the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with
Britain's post-brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the prime minister x after approvel by the house of commons. BJ called the treaty a new beginning.The leader of the opposition labor party x called it a thin deal but said it was better than no deal. It's being debated in the upper house.
The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to 3/4 of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 day mark for 2 days running.
Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious corona virus vairent first detected in Britain,The Irish prime minister x had said the rate has surpassed the most pessmistic modles available. He has announced 4 weeks of tougher public health restrictions.
At least 22 people have been killed in a attack on the city of Adin' airport in Yeman soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed, an aid worker from the international committee of the red cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.
Emergency worker in Norway have been unable to investigate a landscape near Oslo to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for. The prime minister x said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.
Prosecutors in BH have charged 2 former Bosinian serve police reservist with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslims and Croatc civillians during the war and former x. Most were gone down at a massgrave, known as the x pit.
The Police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media concil would be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the oppsition candidate x.



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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-31

BBC news with David Harper.


Britain's post-Breixt trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approved by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the trade entry a new beginning. A leader of the opposition Labor Party Keir Starmer called it a sin deal, but said it was better than no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.


The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population, as it prepares to start using a newly approved vacinne from Monday. Cases have passed the 50,000 daymark for two days' running.


Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic modules available. He has announced four-week's tougher of public health restrictions.


At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden airport in Yemen soon after a plane carrying a country's new government landed. An aid worker from the International Committee of the Red Cross was among the dead, the ministers were unharmed.


Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip in Oslo to look for 11 people who remained unaccounted for. The Prime Minister Erna Solberg said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.


Prosecuters in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged two former Bosnia Serb police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilans during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the LXX pit.


The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes to just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobi Wine.


By from London. That's the latest BBC news.

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Britain's postbrexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minsiter Boris Johonson,after approval by the House of commons,Mr Jhonson called the treaty a new beginning,the leader of the oppostion  labor party K called it a thin deal,but said it was better than no deal,it's been debated in the upper House.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to 3 quarters of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday,cases have surpassed the 50 000 day mark for 2 days running.

Further evidence is emerging of the spread of the new more infectious coronavirus variant,first detected in Britain,the Irish Prime Minister JM has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available,he has announced 4 weeks of tougher public health restrictions.


At least 22 people have been killed in the attack on the city of Agents air port in Yemen,soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed,an aid worker from the international committee of the red cross was among the dead,the ministers were unharmed.

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslipe near Auslo,to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for.The Prime Miniter AS said the mud was too unstable than anything more that searches by helicopter

Prosecutors in Bosinia headsS have charged 2 former Bosinia serve police reservists with murdering  51 Bosinian Muslim and Croats civilians,during the war in the former Ugaslavia,most were gun down at a mass grave,kown as  the L pit

The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events,it comes just hours after the arrests of several journalists at a planed rally by the opposition candidate Boby Wine.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-31

1.   Britain's post-Brexit trade deal with the E.U. has been signed by the prime minister Borise Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr.Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labor Party K.S. called it a thin deal, but said it was better than no deal. It has been debated in the upper house.

2.   The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approval vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed 50,000 the day mark for two days running .


3.    Further evidence is emerging of the spread of the new more infectious coronavirus varient frist detected in Britain. The Irish prime minister M.M. has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic model's available. He has announced 4 weeks of tougher public health restricitons.


4.   At leader 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden's airport in Yemen, soon after a plan coming the coutnry's new government landed. An add worker from the international committee of red cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.


5.   Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who retain uncounted for. The Prime minister Anna S. said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.


6.   Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged two former Bosnian serve police reservists for murdering 51 Bosnian muslims and Croat civilians durin gthe war in former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the L. pit.


7.   The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planed rally of the opposition candidate Bobbi W.

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Britian's post-brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the prime minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition labor party xx called it a thin deal but said it was better than no deal.  It's been debated in the upper house.


The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 a day mark for days running. Further evidece is emerging of the spread of the new more infectious coronavirus viariant first detected in Britian. The Iresh prime minister xx has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced four weeks of tougher public health restrictions.  


At least 22 people have been killed in the attack on the city of xx airport in Yemen soon after a plain carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from  the international committee of red cross was among  the dead. The ministers were unharmed.


Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslow to look for 11 people who remained unaccounted for. The prime minister xx said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.


Prosecutors in Bosnia xxx have charged two former Bosnian serviced police reservists with murdering 51 Bosinian muslims and pro-Croat civilians during the war in the former xx. Most were gun down at the mass grave known as the xx pit.


The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate xx.


Live from London. That's the latest. BBC news.

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Britain’s Post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition labor party K called it a thin deal, but said it was better than no deal, it’s been debated in the upper house.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to 3/4 of England’s population, as it prepares to start to using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have been surpassed the 50,000 per day mark for 2 days running.

Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant, first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister NM has said the rate has surpassed the most of the pessimistic model available. He has announced 4 weeks of tougher public house restrictions.

At least 22 people have been killed in the attack on the city of Aiden’s airport in Yemen, soon after a plane carrying the country’s new government landed. An aid worker from the international committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who remained unaccounted for. The Prime Minister AS said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.

Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzeg have charged 2 former Bosnia police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in the former *. Most were gun down in a mass grave known as Lisa’ pit.

The police in Uganda say only journalists who have recently been approved by the country’s media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists of a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobbie W.
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BBC News with David Harper

Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, after approval by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labour Party Keir Starmer called it a thin deal but said it was better than no deal. It’s been debated in the Upper House.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to 3 quarters of England’s population, as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have been surpassed the 50,000 daymark for 2 days’ running.

Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant, first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic model available. He has announced 4 weeks of tougher public health restrictions.

At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden airport in Yemen, soon after a plane carrying the country’s new government landed. An aid worker from the international committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The minister was unharmed.

Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for. The Prime Minister Erna Solberg said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.

Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged 2 former Bosnian served police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the x.

The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country’s media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobbi Wine.

Live from London. That’s the latest BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-31

Britain's post-Brexit trade deal with the EU has been signed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson after approval by the House of Commons. Mr. Johnson called the treaty a new beginning. The leader of the opposition Labor Party Keir Starmer called it a thin deal, but said it was better than no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.

The British government is extending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population, as it prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 day mark for two days running.


Further evidence is emerging of the spread of a new more infectious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin has said the rate has surpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced four weeks of tougher public health restrictions.


At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on the city of Aden's airport in Yemen, soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from the International Committee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were unharmed.


Emergency workers in Norway have been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people who remain unaccounted for. The Prime Minister Erna Solberg said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.


Prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina have charged two former Bosnian Serb police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in the former Yugoslavia. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the Lisac Pit.


The police in Uganda say only journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest of several journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate Bobi Wine.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-12-31

1. Britain's post-Brexit tradedeal with the EU has been signed by the prime minister Boris Johnson, afterapproval by the House of Commons. Mr Johnson called the treaty a new beginning.The leader of the opposition Labor Party *** called it a thin deal but it saidit was better no deal. It's being debated in the Upper House.
2. The British government isextending its toughest restrictions to three quarters of England's population, asit prepares to start using a newly approved vaccine from Monday. Cases have surpassed the 50,000 a day mark for two days running.
3. Further evidence isemerging of the spread of the new more infectious corona virus variant firstdetected in Britain. The Irish Prime Minister *** has said the rate hassurpassed the most pessimistic models available. He has announced four weeks oftougher public health restrictions.
4. At lease 22 people havebeen killed in an attack on the city of Aden's airport in Yemen, soon after a plane carrying the country's new government landed. An aid worker from the internationalcommittee of the Red Cross was among the dead. The ministers were harmed.
5. Emergency workers in Norwayhave been unable to investigate a landslip near Oslo to look for 11 people whoremain unaccounted for. The prime minister *** said the mud was too unstable for anything more than searches by helicopter.
6. Prosecutors in Bosnia*** havecharged two former Bosnian serve police reservists with murdering 51 Bosnian Muslim and Croat civilians during the war in the former **. Most were gunned down at a mass grave known as the ***.
7. The police in Uganda sayonly journalists who have been recently approved by the country's media council will be allowed to cover political events. It comes just hours after the arrest ofseveral journalists at a planned rally by the opposition candidate ***.


                                                   
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