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President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle  climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measures annouced, there's moratoriam on new oil and gas leases on public land.


The new US secretary of state xx  has promised to rebuild the morale and trust in the state department, which the correspondents say has been demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr. xx said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead the power of example.


A row has escalated between xx and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU health commissioner xx is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.


The brother of the Russian opposition leader xx has been detained in a series of police raids on properties close to the Kremlin critic. Mr. xx's supporters are continuing to call for more all protesters this Sunday despite the raids.


Protests have taken place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will only be allowed in cases of rape or incest, or when a mother's life is in danger.


Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it's broken up a multibillion dollar money in xx  . A number of business owners, expatrists and 12 bank officials  have been arrested.


And a previously unknown work by Mozart  has received its premier online on the composes 265th birthday. xx  paino is only a minute and half long. It's performed by South Korean pianoist xx.


BBC news.

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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policy of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr.Biden described the climate change as an existential threat, and said the U.S must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced, there is moratorium on new oil or gas leases on public land.

The new U.S secretary of state Antony Blinken has promised to build morale and trust in the state department, which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr.Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the U.S could heal its internal divisions, and lead with the power of example.

A roar has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties links to the Kremlin critic. Mr.Navalny's supporters are continuing to call for protests this Sunday despite the raids.

Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in case of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it's broken up a multi-billion-dollar money laundering ring. A members of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.

And a previous unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. Allegro in D piano is only a minute and half long. It's performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-28

President Bidden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump.Mr.Bidden described climate change as an existential threat.He said the US must lead the global response to it.Among new measures announced his moratorium on new / / on public land.

The new US secretary of state Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild moral and trust in the state department which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration.Mr.Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and led with the power of example.

A has escalated between A and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines.The EU health commissioner S is pushing for the former / firms to make out for short foreign supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alex has been detained in the series of police raid on properties links to the premier critic./’s supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.

Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on the bortion.It’s due to take effect later today.Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of / insist when the mother’s life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption commission says it’s breaking up a multi-billion-dollar money in /.A number of business owners expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.

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本帖最后由 Shoong 于 2021-1-28 10:28 编辑

BBC news with Debbie Russ

President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced, there is a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land.


The new U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the State Department, which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr. Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the U.S. could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example.


A row has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU health commissioner Stella Kyriakides is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.


The brother of the Russian opposition leader Aleksei Nalvany has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. Nalvany's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday, despite the raids.


Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest, or when the mother's life is in danger.


Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it's broken up a multi-billion dollar money laundering ring. A number of business owners expatriates and twelve bank officials have been arrested.


And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. Allegro in D major for piano is only a minute and a half long. It was performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho.
     

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President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described the climate change as an existential threat and said the U.S. must lead the global response to it.  Among new measures announced is his moratorium on the new oil and gas lease on public land.

The new U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the state government, which correspondents say have been demoralized during the years of Trump’s administration. Mr. Blinken said the world is watching whether the U.S. can heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example.

A row has escalated between AstraZeneca and EU over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner * is pushing the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supply by using facilities in Britain and the EU.

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. Navalny’s supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.

Protests are taken place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It is due to take effect later today. Termination will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when the mother’s life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia’s Anti-Corruption Commission says it’s broken up a multibillion-dollar money-laundering case when a number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.

A previously unknown work by Mozart has received it premiere online on the composer’s 265th birthday. The Allegro in D major of piano is only a minute and a half long. It’s performed by the South Korean pianist Seong-jin Cho.

[Homework]BBC 2021-01-28

President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the polices of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measure announced, there is moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land. The new US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the state department which correspondence say has become demoralize during the years of Trump's administration. Mr. Blinken said the world was wartching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example.
A row has excalated between * and European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU health commission Stella is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortful supplies by using facilities in Britian and the EU.
The brother of the Russian opposition leader * has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. *'s supporters are continuing to call for more protests on Sunday despite the raids.
Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. I'ts due to take effect later today. Terminations are only now allowed in case of rape or incest, or when the mother's life is in danger.
Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption comission says it's broken up a multi-billion dollar money laudering ring. A number of business owners, expatriats and in twelve bank officials have been arrested.
And the previously unknown work by Mozart has received it's premier online on the composes 265th birthday. * for piano is only a minute and half long. It's performed by the South Korean pianist *.



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President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies   of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr.Biden described the climate change as an existential threat, and said the U.S. must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced, there is moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land.
The new U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the state department, which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr. Blinken said the world was watching, to see whether the U.S. could heal its internal divisions, and lead with the power of example.
A xxx has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of corona virus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner S.K. is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for short fall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.
The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei N. has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. N's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.
Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.
Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it's broken up a multi-billion -dollar money laundering ring. A number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.
And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. xxx piano is only a minute and half long. It's performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist S.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-28

BBC news with Debbie Russ.


President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the polices of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat, and said the US must lead a global response to it. Among new measures announced, there is moratorium on new oil or gas leases on public land.


The new US Secretary of State, Antony Belinken, has promised to rebuild the morale and trust in the state of department which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr. Belinken said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example.


A roar has escalated between AstraZeneca and European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.


The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on property links to the Kremlin critic. Mr. Navalny's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.


Protestors are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion, it's due to take effect late today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest, or when the mother's life is in danger.


Saudi Abrbia's anti-corruption commission says it's broken up a multi-billion-dollar money-laundering ring. A number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.


And a previous unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265 birthday. Allegro in D minor panio is only a minute and half long. It's performed by the acclaimed South Korean panist Seong-Jin Cho.



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BBC news with  Debby Russ
President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced, there's a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land.

The new US Sectary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the State Department which correspondents say has become demoralised during the years of Trump Administration.  Mr Bliken said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example.

A row has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is pushing  for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr Navalny's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.

Protests are taking place in Poland over a near-total ban on abortion. It‘s due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia's Anti-corruption Commission says it's broken up a multi-billion-dollar money  laundering wing. A number of business owners, expatiates and 12 bank officials  have been arrested.

And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. The Allegro in D Major for piano is only a minute and half long. It's performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist Seong Jin Cho.
President Biden has signed a series of executives orders to tackle climate change marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor DT,Mr Biden described climate change as an existentail threat,and said the US must lead the global response to it.Among new measures announced is a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land.

The new secretary of state AB has promised to rebuilt moral and trust in the state department ,which correspondent say has become demoralize druing the years of Trump administration.Mr Blinken says the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions,and lead with the power of example.

A row has escalated between Astrazenaca and the EU over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines,the EU health commissioner S is pushing for the pharmesutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilties in Britain the EU.

The Brother of the Russian opposition leader AL has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the kremulin critic.Mr L supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday,despite the raids.


Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion,it's due to take effect later today terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rapolinsest or when the mother's life is in danger.

Saudi-Arabia's anti corruption commissions says it's broken up a multi-billion dollar money launderying ring,a number of business owners   and 12 bank officials have been arrested .

And previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premier online, on the composer's 265th birthday,E D major of Piano is only a miniute and half long,it's performed by acclaimed South Korean Pianist S.

[Homework]BBC 2021-01-28

1.   Presdient Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policy of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr.Biden described climate charge as an existential threat, and said the U.S must lead the globle response to it. Among new measures announced, there's moratorium on new oil or gas leases on public land.

2.   The New U.S secretary of state, Antony Blinken, has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the state department, which corespondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump adminsitration. Mr.Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the U.S could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of exemple.


3.   A roar has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The E.U's health commissioner, Stella K., is pushing for the phamaceutical firm to makeup for shortfall in supplys by using facilities in Britain and the E.U.  


4.   The brother of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties link to the Kremlin critic. Mr.Navalny's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.


5.   Protests are taken place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion, It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.


6.   Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it has broken up a multibillion dollar money laundery ring. A number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.


7.   And a previously unkown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. Allegro in D major for piano is only 1.5 minute long. It's performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist S.JC

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President Biden has signed a series of executive orders tackling climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Aong new measures announced is his moratorium on new oil and gases leases on public land.
The new US secretary of state has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the state department which correspondents say has become demoralized during years of Trump administration. Mr. ? said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead with power of example.
A row has escalated between ? and EU over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines.The EU health commissioner is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and EU.
The brother of Russian opposition leader has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic . Mr. ?'supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids.
Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Termination will only be allowed in case of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.
Saudi Arabia anti-corruption comission says it's breaking a multi-million-dollar money laundering ring. A number of business owners , expatriates and twelve bank officials have been arrested.
And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its  premiere online on the composer's  two hundred and sixty-fifth birthday. ? is only a minute and a half long. It was performed by acclaimed South Korean pianist.
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BBC News with Debbie Russ

President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat, and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced, there’s moratorium on new oil or gas leases on public land.

The new US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuilt morale and trust in the State Department, which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump’s administration. Mr. Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions, and lead with the power of example.

A row has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakidou is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for short fall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU.

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. Navalny’s supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday, despite the raids.

Protests are taking place in Poland over a near-total ban on abortion. It’s due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when a mother’s life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption commission says it’s broken up a multi-billion-dollar money laundering ring. A number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested.

And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer’s 265th birthday. Allegro in D major for piano is only a minute and a half long. It’s performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho.
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President Biden has signed a series of executive orders to tackle climate change, marking a sharp contrast to the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump. Mr. Biden described climate change as an existential threat and said the US must lead the global response to it. Among new measures announced is a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land.

The new US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has promised to rebuild morale and trust in the State Department, which correspondents say has become demoralized during the years of Trump administration. Mr. Blinken said the world was watching to see whether the US could heal its internal divisions and lead with the power of example. 


A row has escalated between AstraZeneca and the European Union over a shortage of coronavirus vaccines. The EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is pushing for the pharmaceutical firm to make up for shortfall in supplies by using facilities in Britain and the EU. 

The brother of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained in a series of police raids on properties linked to the Kremlin critic. Mr. Navalny's supporters are continuing to call for more protests this Sunday despite the raids. 

Protests are taking place in Poland over a near total ban on abortion. It's due to take effect later today. Terminations will now only be allowed in cases of rape or incest or when the mother's life is in danger.

Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption commission says it has broken up a multi-billion dollar money laundering ring. A number of business owners, expatriates and 12 bank officials have been arrested. 

And a previously unknown work by Mozart has received its premiere online on the composer's 265th birthday. Allegro in D Major- Piano is only a minute and a half long. It was performed by the acclaimed South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho.
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