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More than one hundred thousand people have now died with covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime minister said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.
The British-based company ? has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University is not  yet available for purchase by private firms. This statement came after Brazilian president said a group of private companies planned to buy thirty-three million doses from ? to inoculate their staff.
President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the US. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately run prisons . Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.
Mr. Biden has had a phone call with Russian leader Putin. Officials said he raised  concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin has said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month
The veteran diplomat ? has been confirmed as the US secretary of state in the senate vote.He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Mr.Trump's America-first approach.
As Nigeria's security problems deepen , the president has replaced his chief of defence staff and the heads of the army, navy and airforce. He gave no explanation but he had been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist's insurgency in the northeast.
And the German coach has been named as the new manager of the English premier league  football site Chelsea. He replaced ? who was sacked on Monday morning.
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More than 100,000 people have now died from Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for each death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to safe lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being top slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company A has said that the coronavirus vaccine that had developed in Oxford University isn't yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian president said the group of private companies perhaps buy 32 million doses from A to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aim at tackling racial and inequality in United States. One of them seeks to end the justice department uses private-run prisons. Mr. Biden also re* Trump administration's ban diversity training.

Mr. Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Putin. Official said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist A, alleged to F, and what he called Moscow aggression against Ukraine. The * at Washington had agreed to extend a nuclear arm treaty that was due to expire this month.  

The V diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as U.S. secretary of state in the senate vote. He has promised to prepare a line string by Donald Trump America First approach.

As Nigeria's security problem deepened, president M has replaced his achieve of defense staff and has the army navy in their force. He gave no explanation but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of armed forces to crowd the inter* in the North East.  

The German coach T has been named as a new manager of the English premier league football site T. He replace F, who was sacked on Monday morning.
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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime minister, Boris Johnson, said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr.Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University is not yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately run prisons. Mr.Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.

Mr.Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlins at Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the US Secretary of State in the senate vote. He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Donald Trump's "America First" approach.

As Nigeria's security problems deepen, president Muhammadu Buhari has replaced his chief of defence staff and the heads of the army, navy and air force. He gave no explanation but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist's insurgency in the northeast.

And the German coach Thomas Tuche has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League Football Site Chelsea. He replaces Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.
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More than 100,000 people have now died with covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.


The British-based company xx has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University isn't yet avaible for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian president xx said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million dozes  from xx to inoculate their staff.


President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed to tackle racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately-run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump Administration's ban on diversity training.


Mr. Biden has had a phone with the Russian leader Valadmin Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian activist xx and election interference and what he called Moscow's  aggresion against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington agreed to extend a nuclear arm's treaty which is due to expire this month.


The veteran deplomat xx has been confirmed as the US Secretary of State. In a senate vote, he has promised to repaire lines extrened by Donald Trump's America First approach.


As Nigeria's security problems deepen, president xx has replaced its chief of defense staff and the head of the army, navy and airforce. He has given no explaination but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the forces to quell the Islamist insurgency in the northeast.


And the German coach Thomas xx has been named as the new manager of the English premier league football side Chelsi. He replaced his friend xx, who was sacked on Monday morning.


BBC news.

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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr.Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University is not yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately run prisons. Mr.Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.

Mr.Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the U.S Secretary of State in the senate vote. He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Donald Trump's "America First" approach.

As Nigeria's security problems deepen, President Muhammadu Buhari has replaced his chief of defense staff and the heads of the army, navy and air force. He gave no explanation, but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist's insurgency in the northeast.

And the German coach Thomas Tuche has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League Football Site Chelsea. He replaces Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.

BBC news.

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More than 100000 people have now died with COVID-19 in Britian, the highest in Europea.  Prime Minister * said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson to slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people. The British based company the * has said the coronvirus vaccine it had developed with Oxford University isn't yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian president * said a group of private companies plan to buy 33 million doses from * to inauculate their staff.
President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial and inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the justice department uses of private-run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration ban on diversity training.
Mr. Biden had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activists *, an election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremilin said Washington had agreed to extend nuclear armed treaty that's due to expire this month.
The Veteran deplomat * has been confirmed as US secretary of state, senate vote. He has promised to repair alliance estrianged by Donald Trump's  America-first approach.
As Nigeria's security problems deepened, president * has replaced his chief of defense staff the heads of army navy and air force. He gave no explanation. But he has been under the pressure to act because of the failure of armed forces to * Islamist surgence in the northeast.
And the German coach * has been named as the new manager of England primier league football site *. He replaces *. He was sacked on Monday morning.

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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University isn’t yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said a group of private companies bought 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.  

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in U.S. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department’s use of privately-run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration’s ban on diversity training.

Mr. Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russia opposition activist *, election interference and what he called “Moscow’s aggression against Ukraine”. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that is due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the U.S. Secretary of States in the Senate vote. He has promised to repair alliance strained by Trump’s American First approach.

As Nigeria’s security problems deepen, President Muhammadu Buhari has replaced his Chief of Defense staff and the heads of the Army, Navy and Air Force. He gave no explanation but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the arm forces to quell the Islamic insurgence in the northeast.

The German coach Thomas Tuchel has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League football side Chelsea. He replaced Frank Lampard, who was sacked on Monday morning.
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BBC news.


More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in the Europe. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted that his government had done everything it could save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.


The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University isn't yet available for purchase by private firms. The statemate came after the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.


President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.


Mr. Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin and Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.


The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the US Secretary of State in the Senate vote. He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Donald Trump's ''America First'' approach.


As Nigera's security problem deepen, President Muhammadu Buhari has replaced his chief of defense staff and the heads of the army, navy and air force. He gave no explanation but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist's insurgency in the northeast.


And the German coach Thomas Tuche has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League Football Site Chelsea. He replaces Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.


BBC news.

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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain,the highest in EU,the Prime Minister BJ said he was deeply sorry for every death,he insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives,Critic have accused Mr Jhonson of being to slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British based company Astrx has said the coronavirus vaccine,it has developed with Oxford University isn't yet available for purchase by private firms,the statement came after the Brazilian president JB,said a group of private comapanies planed by 33 million doses from Astrx to innoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the U.S,one of them seeks to end the justice department's use of privated-run prisons Mr Biden has also   resenided the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.

Mr Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Putin,officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist AS, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggretion against Ukraine.The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that would due to expire this month.

The vetern diplomat AB has been confirmed as the US secretary of State in the Senate vote he has promised to repair alliances strained by DT's American first approach.

As Nigeria's security problems deepen,President M has replaced his chief of defense staff,and heads of the army Navi and airforce,he gave no explaination,but has been under pressure to act because of armed forces to quell the Islamist insurgency in the Northeast.

And the German Coach Thomas Tuhoo has been named as the new manager of the English premier league football site Chelsea,he replaced Fran,who was sacked on Monday morning.
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More than 100,000 people have now died with covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccines it has developed with Oxford University  isn't yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aiming at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately-run prisons. Mr Biden has also rescinded the Trump Administration's ban on diversity training.

Mr Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexey Navalny, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the US Secretary of State in the Senate vote. He has promised to repair alliance strained by Donald Trump's American First Approach.

As Nigeria's security problems deepen, President Muhamaddu Buhari has replaced his Chief of Defense Staff and heads of the army, navy and air force. He gave no explanation. But he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist insurgency in the northeast.

And the German coach Thomas Tuchel has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League Football Side Chelsea.  He replaces Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.
BBC news
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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdown and to take other measures to protect people.

The British based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University isn’t yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department use of privately run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump Administration’s ban on diversity training.

Mr. Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, election interference, and what he called Moscow’s aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty which was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony Blinken has been confirmed as the US Secretary of State in a Senate vote. He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Donald Trump’s “America First” approach.

As Nigeria’s security problems deepen, President Muhammadu Buhari has replaced his Chief of Defense Staff and the heads of the navy, army, and air force. He gave no explanation. But he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist insurgency in the northeast.

And the German coach Thomas Tuche has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League football site Chelsea. He replaces Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.

BBC news.
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More than 100,000 people have now died with covid-19 in Britain,the highest in Europe.The prime minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death.He insisted his government has done everything it could to save life.Critics have accused Mr.Johnson have been too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measure to protect people.

The British based company A has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford university isn’t yet available for purchase by private firms.The statement came after the Brazilian president JB said the group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from A to inoculate their stuff.

President Bidden has signed several executive orders aimed it’s tackling racial inequality in the United States.One of them seeks to end the justice department use of private/ prisons.Mr.Bidden has also resent the Trump administration’s ban on diversity training.

Mr.Bidden has had a phone call with the Russian president Vladimir Putin.Officials said he raise concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist A.,election interference and what he called Moscow’s aggression against Ukraine.The criminals at Washington has agreed to extend the Nuclear Armed Treaty that was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Anthony has been confirmed as the US secretary of state,the senator vote.He has promised to repair / by Donald Trump’s American First Approach.

As Nigeria’s security problems deepen,president M has replaced his chief of defence stuff and the heads of the army,navy and air force.He gave no explanation.But he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to / the Islamist surgency in the Northeast.

And the Germany coach Thomas has been named as the new manager of the English Premier league football site Chelsea.He replaces Franks Lampard who was sacked on Monday morning.
                                                   
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More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid-19 in Britain, the highest in Europe. The Prime minister Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death. He insisted his government had done everything it could to save lives. Critics have accused Mr. Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and to take other measures to protect people.

The British-based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccine it has developed with Oxford University isn’t yet available for purchase by private firms. The statement came after the Brazilian President * said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.

President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed at tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seeks to end the Justice Department's use of privately run prisons. Mr. Biden has also rescinded the Trump administration's ban on diversity training.

Mr. Biden has had a phone call with the Russian leader * Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist *, election interference and what he called Moscow's aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.

The veteran diplomat Antony * has been confirmed as the U.S. Secretary of State in the Senate vote. He has promised to repair alliances estranged by Donald Trump's America First approach.

As Nigeria's security problems deepen, President * has replaced his Chief of Defense Staff and the heads of the army, navy and air force. He gave no explanation, but he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the Islamist insurgency in the northeast.

And the German coach Thomas * has been named as the new manager of the English Premier League Football site Chelsea. He replaces Frank * who was sacked on Monday morning.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-27

1.   More than 100,000 people have now died with COVID-19 in Britian, the highest in Europe. The Prime minsiter Boris Johnson said he was deeply sorry for every death, he insisted his government has done everything it could to save life. Critics have accused Mr,Johnson of being too slow to impose lockdowns and took other measures to  protect people.

2.   The British based company AstraZeneca has said the coronavirus vaccines it has devoloped with Oxford university isn't yet available for purchases by private firms. The statement after the Brazilian president Jair Bosenaru said a group of private companies planned to buy 33 million doses from AstraZeneca to inoculate their staff.


3.   President Biden has signed several executive orders aimed tackling racial inequality in the United States. One of them seems to end the justice department's use of private-run prisons. Mr.Biden has also rescined the  Trump's administration's ban on diversity training.


4.   Mr.Biden has made a phonecall with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Officials said he raised concerns about the poisoning of the Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, election interference,and what he called  Moscow aggression against Ukraine. The Kremlin said Washington had agreed to extend the nuclear arms treaty that was due to expire this month.


5.   The veteran diplomat, Antony Blinken, has been confirmed as the U.S secretary of state in a senate vote. He has promised to repair alliance estranged by Donald Trump's America First approach.


6.   As Nigeria's security problems deepen, Presdient Muhammad B. has replaced his chief of defence staff and teh heads of army, navy and airforce. He gave no  explanation. But he has been under pressure to act because of the failure of the armed forces to quell the islamist's insurgency in the northeast.


7.   And the German coach Thomas T. has been named as the new manager of the English premiere league football site Chelsea. He replaces Franc C., he was sacked on Monday morning.

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