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The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at warmer temperature than other inoculations. It's chief executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.

The United Nations mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of *. An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.
Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali, where jihadist groups are known to operate.

Bosnia's Security Minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane.  * said he'd order the army to make the * Camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.

Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of Baluchistan. The victims were members of a minority Shiah community.

The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous * community in Venezuela. Salvador Franco was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on a military installation.

And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band Gerry and the Pacemakers has died. He was 78. The band's best known song is their version of You'll never Walk Alone. It was adopted by fans of Marsden's local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world Sport.

That's the latest BBC news.
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The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at a warmer temperature than other inoculations. Its Chief Executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.

The United Nations mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of Bangassou. A UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.


Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali, where jihadist groups operate.


Bosnia's Security Minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. Selmo Cikotic said he'd order the army to make the Lipa camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.


Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of Baluchistan. The victims were members of a minority Shia community.


The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous Pemon community in Venezuela. Salvador Franco was arrested in November on suspicion of taking parts in an attack on a military installation.


And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band Gerry and the Pacemakers, has died. He was 78. The band's best-known song is their version of "You'll Never Walk Alone". It was adopted by fans of Marsden's local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.

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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries, as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at warmer temperature than other inoculations. Its chief executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.

The United Nations mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of Bangassou. An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.

Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali, where Jihadist groups operate.

Bosnia's Security Minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane.  Selmo Cikotic said he'd ordered the army to make the Lipa Camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.

Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of Balochistan. The victims were members of a minority Shia community.

The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous Pemon community in Venezuela. Salvador Franco was arrested in November on suspicion of taking parts in an attack on a military installation.

And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band Gerry and the Pacemakers has died. He was 78. The band's best-known song is their version of "You'll never Walk Alone". It was adopted by fans of Marsden's local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world Sport.

That's the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with Debbie Russ.   

The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the * Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at a warm temperature than other inoculations. Its chief executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.

The United Nations mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of *. An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.

Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali, where Jihadist groups operate.

Bosnia Security Minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane.  * said he'd ordered the army to make the * camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.

Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of *. The victims were members of a minority Shia community.

The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of an indigenous * community in Venezuela. * was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on a military installation.

And *, the leader of a British band * has died. He was 78. The band's best-known song is their version of “You'll never walk alone”. It was adopted by fans of *'s local football team, Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.

That's the latest BBC News.
The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines ,the ? institute of India, said the government had barred it from exporting the ? coronavirus jab.The vaccine is seen as the best hope for the developing countries as it is relatively cheap and can be stored at warmer temperature than other inoculations. Its chief executive    said India  wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.
The United Nations mission in the central African Republic says rebel forces have seized south-eastern city of ?.  An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.
Officiasl in ? say abourt one hundred people are known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamic militants.The villages are near the volatile border with Mali where Jihadist groups operate.
Bosnia's security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. ? said he had order the army to make the ? camp inhabitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.
Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least ten coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of ?. The victims were members of a minoriy Shia community.
The organization of an American state has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous ? community in Venezuala. ? was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on a military installation.
And ? the leader of British band ? has died. He was seventy-eight. The band's most famous song is their version of " You never walk alone." It was adopted by fans of ?'s local football team, Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.

[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

1.   The world biggest manufactuer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India, has said the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-Astra Zeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seem as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored on warmer temperature than other inoculations. It's chief executive said India wanted to protest its own vulnerable people fiest.

2.   The Unite Nation's mission in the Central Africa Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city fo B. A U.N official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.


3.   Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attack on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali where jihadist group operate.


4.   Bosnia's security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhuman. S.S. said he had ordered the army to make the L. camp habitable, much of it has been destroyed in a fire.


5.   Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in western Pakistani province of B. The victims were memebers of minority Shiah community.


6.   The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custudy of a member of the indigenous P. community in Venezuela. S.F. was arrested on November on suspicion of taking parts in an attack on the military installation.


7.   And Jerry M., the leader of the British band Jerry and the P. makers, has died. He was 78. The band's best known song is their version of You Never Walk Along. It wasadopted by fans of M.'s local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

BBC news with Debbie Russ.


The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at warmer temperature than other inoculations. It's Chief Executive said India wanted to be protected its own vulnerable people first.


The United Nations mission in the Central Afican Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of Bangassou. An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.


Officals in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamic militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali where Jihadist groups operate.


Bosnia's security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. Selom Cikotic said he'd ordered the army to make the Lipa Camp habitable. Much of if was destroyed in a fire.


Islamic State militants have said they were behide the attack in which at least ten coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of Balochistan. The victims were members of a minonity Shiah community.


The Organization of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous Pemon community in Venezuela. Salvador was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on a military installation.


And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band, Gerry and the Pacemarkers, has died. He was 78. The band's best-known song is their version of ''You'll Never Walk Alone''. It's adopted by fans of Marsden's local football team, Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.


That's latest BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

BBC News, with Debby Russ.The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, The Serum Insitute of India says the government has budded from exporting the Oxford Zenica Coronavirus jab.
The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored at a warmer temperature than other inoculations.
It's cheaf executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.
  The United Nations' mission in the Central African  Republic says rebel forces have ceased in the southeastern city. A UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.
Officials in say about 100 people are now known to have died  in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villagers are near the  volertile border with Mali where the hardest groups operate.
Posinia's security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

BBC news with Debby Russ

The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum Institute of India says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford Astrazeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it is relatively cheaper and can be stored at warmer temperature than other inoculations. Its Chief Executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.


The United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of Bangassou. A UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.


Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday's attacks on two villagers by suspected Islamic militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali where jihadist groups operate.


Bosnian Security Minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. Selmo Cikotic said he had ordered the army to make the Lipa camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.


Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners  were killed in the western Pakistani province of Baluchistan. The victims were members of a minority Shiite community.


The Organisation of American States has condemned the death in custody of a member of the  indigenous Pemon community in Venezuela.  Salvador Franco was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on a military installation.


And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band, Gerry and the Peacemaker, has died. He was 78. The band's best-known song is their version of You'll never walk alone. It was adopted by fans of Marsden's local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.
That's the latest BBC news.
                                                   
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The world's biggest manufactuer of vaccines Sue institute of Inida say the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford Askzer coronavirus jab,the vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as its relatively cheap and can be stored at a warmer temperture than other innoculations.Its chief executive said Inida wanted to protected its own vulnerable people first.

The U.Ns mission in the central african Republic says rebel forces has seized the south eastern city AB ,A UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.
Officials in Nisia say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday attacks on 2 villages by suspected Islamist militants,the villges are near the veletile border with Mali where  Jihadist groups operate.

Bosnia security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country in cruel and inhumane,S said he'd order the army to make the L camp habitable
much of it was destroyed in a fire.

Islamic state militants have said they were behind an  attack in which at least 10 coal miner were killed ,in the western Pakistani province of B,the victims were members of Minority Shiyi community.

The organization of American states has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous Parmon community in Venezuelan,SF was arrested in November on suspision of taking part in an attack on a military installation.

And JM,the leader of the British Band Jerry and the pacemakers,has died he was 78,the band's best konwn song is their version he'll never walk alone,it was adoppted by fans of Marstons local football team,Livepool,becoming one of the most famous anthems in world's  sport

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The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines the xx Institute of India says the government has barred from importing the Oxford xx cornavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as its relatively cheap and can be stored at a warmer temperature than other inauculations. Its chief executive said that India won't protect its vulnerable people first.


The United Nations' mission in the Central African Republic  says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of xx. The UN official said the  rebels were everywhere in the city. Officials in xx say about 100 people are now known to have died on Saturday's attacks on two villiages by suspected Islamist militants. The villiages are near the volatile border with Mali, where Jahdist groups operate.


Bosnian's security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. xx said he'd order the army to make the xx camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.


Islamic State militants have said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed  in the western Pakistani province of xx. The victims were members of a minority Shxx community.


The organization of American states has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigeous xx community in Venezuala.  xx was arrested in November on suspicious of taking part in an attack on a military instilation.


And xx, the leader of the British banned Jerry and the peace makers has died. He was 78. The band's most known song is their version of You Will Never Walk Alone. It was adopted by fans of xx local football team Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in xx .


That's the latest. BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

[BBC News]The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines Institute of India has said the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford coronavirus jb. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries, as it is relatively cheap and can be stored in warm temperature than other X. Its chief executive said India wanted to protect its own vulnerable people first.
The United Nations mission in the central African republic says rival forces have seized the south eastern city of B. A UN official said the rivals were everywhere in the city.
Officials in L say about 100 people are known to have died in Saturday's attack on two villages by suspected Islamic militants. The villages are near the boarder with Mali where the jihadists operate.
Bosnia security minister has said the situation at the migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhuman. He ordered the army to make the camp habitable. Much of it were destroyed in a fire.
Islamic state militants said they were behind the attack in which at least ten commands were killed in the western Pakistan province. The victims were members of minority sheer community. The organization of American states has condemned the death in custody of members of indigiliance. Were arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in the attack on the military installation.
Jerry, the leader of British Band Jerry and the Pace Makers has dead. He was seventy-eight.  The band's best-known song was   Never walk alone.  It was adopted by the fans of local football team in Liverpool, become one of the most famous anthems in world sports.                                                                                                                                                                                       
















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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-04

The world's biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the * Institute of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the * coronavirus jab. The vaccines is seen as the biggest hope for developing countries as it's relatively cheap and can be stored under warm temperature than other inoculations. It's chief executive said India wanted to protect its vulnerable people first.United Nations' mission in the central African Republic rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of *. A UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.
Officials in * say about 100 people are now known to have dead in Saturday's attacks on two villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the * with Mali where * groups operate.
* security minister has said the situation at the migrant camp in the northwest of the country is cruel and inhumane. Some *  said it had ordered the army to make the * camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.
Islamic State militants had said they were behind an attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistan province of *. The victims were members of minority * community.
The organization of the American states has condemned the death in custody of members of indigenous * community in Venezuela. * was arrested in November on suspicion of taking parts in an attack on the military installation.
And *, the leader of the British band Jerry * has died. He was 78. The band's best known song is their version of He will never walk alone. It was adopted by fans of *'s local football team Liverpool becoming one of the most famous anthems in football.

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BBC News with Debbie Russ

The world’s biggest manufacturer of vaccines, the Serum institution of India, says the government has barred it from exporting the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus jab. The vaccine is seen as the best hope for developing countries as it’s relatively cheap and can be stored in warmer temperature than other inoculations. Its chief executive said India wanted to protect its vulnerable people first.

The United Nation’s mission in the Central African Republic says rebel forces have seized the southeastern city of Bangassou. An UN official said the rebels were everywhere in the city.

Officials in Niger say about 100 people are now known to have died in Saturday’s attack on villages by suspected Islamist militants. The villages are near the volatile border with Mali, where Jihadist groups operate.

Bosnia security minister has said the situation at a migrant camp in northwest of the country is crude and inhumane. Selmo Cikotic said he’d ordered the army to make the Lipa camp habitable. Much of it was destroyed in a fire.

Islamist State militants have said they were behind the attack in which at least 10 coal miners were killed in the western Pakistani province of Baluchistan. The victims were members of a minority Shiah community.

The organization of American states has condemned the death in custody of a member of the indigenous x community in Venezuela. Salvador Franco was arrested in November on suspicion of taking part in an attack on the military installation.

And Gerry Marsden, the leader of the British band Gerry and the Pacemakers, has died. He was 78. The band’s best-known song is their version of “You’ll never walk along”. It was adopted by fans of Marsden’s local football team, Liverpool, becoming one of the most famous anthems in world sport.

That’s the latest BBC news.
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