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BBC News I’m John Shea.

There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrator who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader *. Many of protesters pushed back. More than 200 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr. * in prison.  

Spain’s highest-ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get coronavirus vaccination. *, the Chief of the Defense Staff, said he hadn’t intended to take advantage of privileges that he was entitled to and he was leaving office with a clear conscience.   

Italy has accused Pfizer and AstraZeneca of serious contract violations after the companies announce they would not be able to deliver their coronavirus vaccines as agreed. The Prime Minister * said his government would use all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.

Pub and restaurant owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that been enforced since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the day while others post petitions against the restrictions.     

There is no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Libya despite deadline agreed in a UN brokered cease fire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey with mercenaries from Syria, while the eastern based commander, General *, has been supported by Russian fighters.

Saudi Arabis says its air defense has thwarted an attempted strike on the capital Riyadh. State media blamed the attack on the Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen. The Houthis denied being involved in the latest assault.

And celebrated American broadcaster Larry King has died at the age of 87. In a career spanning 6 decades, he interviewed many of the world’s most famous people from * Mandela to *.   
         
That’s the latest BBC News.
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BBC news, I'm John Shan.

There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrator, who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Many of protesters pushed back. More than 2,000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr.Navalny in prison.  

Spain's highest-ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get coronavirus vaccination. Miguel Angel Villaroya, the Chief of the Defense Staff, said he hadn’t intended to take advantage of privileges that he was entitled to and he was leaving office with a clear conscience.   

Italy has accused Pfizer and AstraZeneca of serious contract violations after the companies announced they would not be able to deliver their coronavirus vaccines as agreed. The Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said his government would use all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.

Pub and restaurant owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that's been in force since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the day while others post petitions against the restrictions.     

There is no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Libya despite deadline agreed in a UN brokered cease fire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey with mercenaries from Syria, while the eastern based commander, General Khalifa Haftar, has been supported by Russian fighters.

Saudi Arabia says its air defense has thwarted an attempted strike on the capital Riyadh. State media blamed the attack on the Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen. The Houthis denied being involved in the latest assault.

And celebrated American broadcaster Larry King has died at the age of 87. In a career spanning six decades, he interviewed many of the world’s most famous people from Nelson Mandela to Frank Sinatra.  

BBC news.
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There has been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrations who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader **. Many of protesters pushed back. More than 2000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr. * in prison.

Spain's highest ranking General has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get a coronavirus vaccination. **, the Chief of * said, he hasn't intended to take advantage of privileges that he was entitled to and he was leading office with a clear conscience.

Italy has accused * and * of serious contract violations after the company accounced they would not be able to deliver their coronavirus vaccins as agreed. The Prime Minister ** said his government would use all legal means as its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligaitons.

Pub and restaurant owners in the * have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that has been enforced since October. A handful of establishements open doors for the day while others post petitions against the restrictions.

There is no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Lybia just by deadline agreed in the UN brokered ceasefire deal. The government in * is back by Turkey was * from Syria while the eastern based commander ** has been supported by Russia fighters.

Saudi Arabias says its air defense have thwarted attempt to strike on the capital *. State media blamed the attack on the * in **. The * denied been in involved in this latest assault.  

And celebrated American broadcaster ** has died at the age of 87. In the career spinning 6 decades, he interviewed many of the world's most famous people, from ** to *.
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BBC News. I’m John Shea.

There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrators who come out in support of the jailed opposition activist Alexei Navalny. Many of the protesters pushed back. More than 2,000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr. Navalny in prison.

Spain’s highest ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get coronavirus vaccination. Miguel Angel Villaroya, the Chief of the Defense Staff, said he hadn’t intended to take advantage of privileges he wasn’t entitled to, and he was leaving office with a clear conscience.

Italy has accused Pfizer and AstraZeneca of serious contract violations, after the companies announced they were not able to deliver their coronavirus vaccines as agreed. The Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said his government would use all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.

Pub and restaurant owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that has been enforced since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the days while others post petitions against the restrictions.

There’s no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Libya, despite a deadline agreed in a UN-brokered ceasefire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey, with mercenaries from Syria, while the eastern based commander General Khalifa Haftar has been supported by Russian fighters.

Saudi Arabia says its air defenses have thwarted an attempt to strike on the capital Riyadh. State media blamed the attack on the Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen. The Houthi denied being involved in the latest assault.

And the celebrated American broadcaster Larry King has died at the age of 87. In a career spanning 6 decades he interviewed many of the world’s famous people, from Nelson Mandala to Frank Sinatra.

And that’s the latest BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-24

There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deloyed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrators who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader *. Many of protestors push back. More than 2000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr. * in prison.Spain's highest ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping quene to get coronavirus vaccination. *, the chief of Defense Staff said he hadn't intend to take advantage of priviledges that he wasn't entitled and he was leaving office with a clear consience.
Italy has accused * of serious contract violations after the company has announced they were not able to deliver the corovirus vaccines as agreed. The prime minister * said his government woud use all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.
Pub and restaurant owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the corovirus lockdown. There's been in force since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the door while others post petitions against restrictions.
There's no sign of foreign forces withdrawning from Lybia depiste deadline agreed in the UN brokered ceacefire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey with * in Syria while the Eastern-based commander general * has been supported by Russian fighters.
Saudi Arabia says its air defenses have forted an attemped strike in the capital *. State media blamed the attack on Huthi Rebels in neighbouring Yeman. The Huthi is denying being involved in the latest assault.
And the celebrated American broadcaster * has died at the age of 87. In the spanning six decades he interviewed many of world's famous people from * to *.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-24

BBC news, I'm John Shea.


There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrators, who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Many of protestors pushed back, more than 2,000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr. Navlny in prison.


Spain's highest ranking general has resigned after being acussed of the jumping the queue to get coronavirus vaccination. Miguel Angel Vilaroya, the Chief of the Defense Staff, said he hadn't intended to take advantage privileges that he wasn't entitled to and he was leaving office with a clear conscience.


Italy has accused Pfizer and AstraZeneca of serious contract violations after the companies announced they would not able to deliver their coronavirus vaccines as agreed. The Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said his government reduced all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obigations.


Pub and restaurant of owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that's been in force since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the day, while others post petitions against the restrictions.


There is no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Libya despite deadline agreed in a UN brokered ceasefire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey with mercenaries for Syria, while the eastern based commander, General Khalifa Haftar, has been supported by Russian fighters.


Saudi Arabia says its air defense has thwarted an attempted strike on the capital Riyadh. State media blamed the attack on the Houthi rebels in neighouring Yemen. The Houthis denied being involved in the latest assault.


And the celebrated American broadcaster Larry King has died at the age of 87. In  career, spanning six decades, he interviewed many of the world's most famous people from Nelson Mandela to Frank Sinatra.


And that's the latest BBC new.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Spain's highest ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get a coronavirus vaccination,Mv the chief of the defense staff,said he hadn't intended to take advantage of privileges that he wasn't entiled to,and he was leaving office with a clear conceince/conscience/.


Italy has accused Phyzer and Astraznica of serious contract violation,after the company's anounced they would not be able to delivered their coronavirus vaccines as agreed,The Prime Minister J said his government would use all legal means at his disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.


Pub and restaurant owners in the Chek republic have protested agansit the coronavirus lockdown,that's been enforced since October,a handful of establishments opened their doors for the day while others post  of petitions against the restrictions.

There's no sign a foreign forces withdrawing from Lybia despite a deadline agreed in the UN brokered cease fire deal,the government in Tripoly is backed by Turkey,with M /mercenaries/from Syrian,while the eastern based commander General Halif hafter,has been supported by  Russian fighters.

Soudi Arabia says its advances /air defenses /have flouted /thwarted/in an attempted strike on the Capital,state media blamed the attack on the Huthi rebels in neighboring Yemen,the Huthi's denied being involoved in the  latest assault

And celebrated American broadcaster LK has died at the age of 87,in the career spaning 6 decades he interviewed many of the world's most famous people,from N Madala to Frank S.
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There have been reports of tear gas in Moscow as riot police were deployed in big numbers to beat and drag away demonstrator, who come out in support of the jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Many of protesters pushed back. More than 2,000 people have been arrested across Russia. Some demonstrators have raised concerns about the fate of Mr.Navalny in prison.  
Spain's highest-ranking general has resigned after being accused of jumping the queue to get coronavirus vaccination. Miguel Angel Villaroya, the Chief of the Defense Staff, said he hadn’t intended to take advantage of privileges that he was entitled to and he was leaving office with a clear conscience.   
Italy has accused Pfizer and AstraZeneca of serious contract violations after the companies announced they would not be able to deliver their coronavirus vaccines as agreed. The Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said his government would use all legal means at its disposal to make sure the companies met their obligations.
Pub and restaurant owners in the Czech Republic have protested against the coronavirus lockdown that's been in force since October. A handful of establishments open their doors for the day while others post petitions against the restrictions.     
There is no sign of foreign forces withdrawing from Libya despite deadline agreed in a UN brokered cease fire deal. The government in Tripoli is backed by Turkey with mercenaries from Syria, while the eastern based commander, General Khalifa Haftar, has been supported by Russian fighters.
Saudi Arabia says its air defense has thwarted an attempted strike on the capital Riyadh. State media blamed the attack on the Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen. The Houthis denied being involved in the latest assault.
And celebrated American broadcaster Larry King has died at the age of 87. In a career spanning six decades, he interviewed many of the world’s most famous people from Nelson Mandela to Frank Sinatra.
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