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The U.S. Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting at a rare New Year’s Day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It’s seen as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than 3 weeks before he leaves office.           

The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from Johns Hopkins University again highlights the US has been hard hit than any other country.  

A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunization program. India’s drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.   

Iran has told the UN’s atomic watchdog, the IAEA, that it plans to start enriching uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of *. * is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past 2 months.   

Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President * said Brazil couldn’t afford to continued payment.           

Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law drive trains and trucks and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health crime still bar them from many other jobs in fields such as *, oil production and mining.         

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The US senates have voted overwhelmingly to approve a  defense bill overridding a veto by the president Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting at a rare new year's day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It is seen as a humuliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves the office.


The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising about 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins University again highlight that the US has been hard hit than any other country.


A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emrgency use of the coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunation programme. Indian's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by xx and Oxford University.


Iran has told the UN's atomic watchdog the IAEA that it planned to start enriching uranian to a level far higher than that's allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear programme.


An Afhgan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of xx. xx is the fifth media workers killed in Afhganistan in the past two months.


Millions of people in Brazil are facing finance uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President xx said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payment.


Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. xx restrictions imposed on reproductive health crime still bar them from many jobs in fields metology, oil production, and mining.


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The US senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defence bill, overriding a veto by president Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting on a rare New Year's Day session, the republican-controlled body voted by eighty-one votes to thirteen to quash the veto. It's seen as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves the office.
The number of coronavirus cases in the US has continued to surge, rising above twenty million. Nearly three hundred and fifty thousand Americans have died. The figures from the John Hopkins university again highlight the US has been hard hit than any other country.
A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by ? and Oxford University.
Iran has told the UN's atomic watchdog IAEA that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the International Nuclear Deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb  Iran's nuclear program.
An Afganistan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of ?. ? is at least the fifth media worker to be killed in Afganistan in the past two months.
Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit  created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President ?said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments.
Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. Soviet era restrictions imposed on reproductive health still bar them from many other jobs in fields such as m ?, oil production and mining
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The US ....... have voted overwhelmingly to approve a  defense bill o.......a veto by the president Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting at a rare new year's day ....., the ......It is seen as a humuliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves the office.
The number of...............rising about 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from ........ University again highlight that the US has been hard hit than any other country.A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emrgency use of the ........a key step towards starting a nationwide immunation programme.,.,......... is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by..........that it planned to start enriching,.....................
An ..........journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of........... is the fifth media workers killed in ...... in the past two months.
Millions of people .......are facing finance uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact........... President.....said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payment.
Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. ........imposed on reproductive health crime still bar them from many jobs in fields........, oil .......
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The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare new year’s day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It is seemed as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than 3 weeks before he leaves office.

The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins University again highlights the US has been harder hit than any other country.

A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommend the emergency use of the coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting nationwide immunization program. India’s drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.

Iran has told the UN atomic watchdog the IAEA that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Ghor. Bismillah Aimaq is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past 2 months.

Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President Jair Bolsonaro said Brazil couldn’t afford to continue the payments.

Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains, and trucks, and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many other jobs in fields, such as metology, oil production, and mining.

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The U.S. Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill according a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting at a rare New Year’s Day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quare the veto. It’s seen as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than 3 weeks before he leaves office.           

The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from Johns Hopkins University again highlights the US has been hard hit than any other country.  

A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunization program. India’s drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by xxxxxxx and Oxford University.   

Iran has told the UN’s atomic watchdog, the IAEA, that it plans to start enriching uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curve Iran’s nuclear program.

An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of xxxx. xxxx is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past 2 months.   

Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President xxxx said Brazil couldn’t afford to continued the payment.           

Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law drive trains and trucks and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health crime still bar them from many other jobs in fields such as mitoleibe, oil production and mining.         

BBC News.
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The US senate has ?? overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. ??ting in a ?? New Year's Day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to croash the veto. It is seen as a humilating rebuke of the President less than three weeks before he leaves office. The number of Corona virus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have  died, the figures from John Hokplins University again highlight the US has been harder hit than any other countries. A panel over Indian Medical experts has reported to recommended the emergency use of Corona Varius vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide emulization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Iran has told the UN that the ?tomic watc??, the IAEA, that it plans to start to enraging Iranian to a level far higher than that is allowed on the interational nuclear deal. Analysists say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program. An Afghanistan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Gull. ?? is the fifth media work has been killed in Afghanistan in the past two months. Millions of people in Brazil are facing fanancial uncertainty after the government refuse to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the Corona Virus pandemic. President ?? said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments. Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. Several interior?? restrictions imposed on reproductive healthgram? still bother them from many other jobs in fields such as metrology?, oil production, and mining.
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The US senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare New Year's Day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It is seen as a humilating rebuke of the President less than three weeks before he leaves office. The number of Corona virus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have died, the figures from John Hokplins University again highlight the US has been harder hit than any other country. A panel of Indian Medical experts is reported to recommend the emergency use of Corona Varius vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immulization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Iran has told the UN that the atomic watchdog, the IAEA, that it plans to start to enraging urinium to a level far higher than that is allowed on the interational nuclear deal. Analysists say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program. An Afghanistan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Gull. ?? is at least the fifth media worker that has been killed in Afghanistan in the past two months. Millions of people in Brazil are facing fanancial uncertainty after the government refuse to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the Corona Virus pandemic. President ?? said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments. Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health crime still bar them from many other jobs in fields such as metology?, oil production, and mining.
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The U.S Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare new year’s day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It is seemed as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves office.

The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins University again highlights the U.S has been harder hit than any other country.

A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of the coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunization program. India’s drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.

Iran has told the UN atomic watchdog the IAEA that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Ghor. Bismillah Aimaq is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past two months.

Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President Jair Bolsonaro said Brazil couldn’t afford to continue the payments.

Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains and trucks and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many other jobs in fields, such as metrology, oil production, and mining.

BBC news.
The US senate has ?? overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. ??ting in a ?? New Year's Day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to croash the veto. It is seen as a humilating rebuke of the President less than three weeks before he leaves office. The number of Corona virus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have  died, the figures from John Hokplins University again highlight the US has been harder hit than any other countries. A panel over Indian Medical experts has reported to recommended the emergency use of Corona Varius vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide emulization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Iran has told the UN that the ?tomic watc??, the IAEA, that it plans to start to enraging Iranian to a level far higher than that is allowed on the interational nuclear deal. Analysists say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program. An Afghanistan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Gull. ?? is the fifth media work has been killed in Afghanistan in the past two months. Millions of people in Brazil are facing fanancial uncertainty after the government refuse to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the Corona Virus pandemic. President ?? said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments. Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. Several interior?? restrictions imposed on reproductive healthgram? still bother them from many other jobs in fields such as metrology, oil production, and mining.

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The US senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a denfence bill overriding a veto by president Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare New year's day session, the republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It's seen as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than 3 weeks before he leaves office.
The number of corona virus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John hopskin university again highlighed the US has been harder hit than any other country.
A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of corona virus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nation wide immunlization programme. India's drug regulator is expected to give a final approvel to the vaccine produced by x and Oxford University.
Iran has told the UN's atomic watchdog(the IAEA) that it plans to start enriching uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the Internationa Nuclear Deal. Analysits say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's Nuclear program.
An Afgan Journelist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of x. x is at least the 5th mediea worker to be killed in Afgan in the past 2 months.
Millions of people in Brizail are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of corona virus pandemic. president x said Brizail couldn't afford to continue the payments.
Women in Russia will from today be allowed to by law to drive trains, and truck, and fix cars for the first time in decades. Soviet x restrictions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many feilds such as metorlogy, oil production and mining.


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The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare New Year's day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It's seemed as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves office.


The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins Universities again hightlight the US has been harder hit than any other country.


A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to recommend the emergency use of cornonavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting nationwide immunization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.


Iran has told the UN atomic watch dog IAEA that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the International Nuclear Deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program.


An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Ghor. Bismillah Aimaq is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past two months.


Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President Jair Bolsonaro said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments.


Women in Russia will from today be allowed by laws to drive trains, and trucks and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era rescritions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many other jobs in fields, such as metrolog, oil production and mining.


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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-02

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The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare New Year's day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It's seemed as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves office.


The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million, nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins Universities again highlight the US has been harder hit than any other country.


A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to recommend the emergency use of cornonavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting nationwide immunization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.


Iran has told the UN atomic watch dog IAEA that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the International Nuclear Deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program.


An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Ghor. Bismillah Aimaq is at least the 5th media workers to be killed in Afghanistan in the past two months.


Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President Jair Bolsonaro said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments.


Women in Russia will from today be allowed by laws to drive trains, and trucks and fixed cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many other jobs in fields, such as metrolog, oil production and mining.


BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-02

The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a defense bill, overriding a veto by President Trump, for the first time in his presidency. Meeting in a rare new year's day session, the Republican controlled body voted by 81 votes to 13 to quash the veto. It's seen as a humiliating rebuke of the president less than three weeks before he leaves office.

The number of coronavirus cases in the United States has continued to surge, rising above 20 million. Nearly 350,000 Americans have died. The figures from John Hopkins University again highlight the US has been harder hit than any other country.


A panel of Indian medical experts is reported to have recommended the emergency use of a coronavirus vaccine, a key step towards starting a nationwide immunization program. India's drug regulator is expected to give final approval to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.


Iran has told the UN's atomic watchdog, the IAEA, that it plans to start enriching Uranium to a level far higher than that allowed under the international nuclear deal. Analysts say it will seriously concern all those who want to curb Iran's nuclear program.


An Afghan journalist has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the central province of Ghor. Bismellah Aimaq is at least the fifth media worker to be killed in Afghanistan in the past two months.


Millions of people in Brazil are facing financial uncertainty after the government refused to renew an emergency benefit, created to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. President Jair Bolsonaro said Brazil couldn't afford to continue the payments.


Women in Russia will from today be allowed by law to drive trains and trucks and fix cars for the first time in decades. Soviet-era restrictions imposed on reproductive health grounds still bar them from many other jobs in fields such as metrology, oil production and mining.

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