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Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week of running in the biggest protest against president Putin for a decade.  Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist xx denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Indenpendent monitor said nearly 5,000 people were detained, including Mr. xx's wife xx. The US and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. America secretary of state xx called for the release of xx, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.


Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threats to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics, Austria will take in some intensive care patients.


The president of the European Commission xx, has told the head of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies xx and xx have delivered fewer dozed than promised.


Isreal has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline meidcal workers. There's been controvercy of whether Isreal should include the occupied terrotorries in its vaccination programme.


A hotel in the Somali capital xx has been attacked by the Islamic militant group xx.  The militants are inside the hotel and are under seige.


Prince William who's president of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is dispicable and must stop.  The Manchester United star xx is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.


And the British santeniar captain xx who's raised more than $40 million for national health service is in hospital after testing positive for covid. Sir Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 of his garden to raise the funds.


BBC news.



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BBC News I’m John Shea.

Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade.  Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alex * denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5,000 people were detained including Mr. *'s wife *. The U.S. and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. America Secretary of State Anthony * called for the release of Alex *, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The President of the European Commission, *, has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies, Pfizer BionTech and AstraZeneca have delivered fewer dozes than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There's been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamic militant group *.  The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William who’s president of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop.  The Manchester United star Mark * is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian captain * who's raised more than 40 million dollars for national health service is in hospital after testing positive for Covid. Sir Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 laps of his garden to raise the funds.

BBC News.
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Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the street for the second week's running and biggest protest against president Putin for decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out and supported of the jailed activist A, denouncing the corruption that here exposed. In dependent, one of * said nearly 5,000 people were detained including Mr. W's wife U. America and European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportion of force. American Secretary of States Antony Blinken called for release of A, but Moscow called Washington of madly.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where surge of coronavirus cases strengthened to urban * hospitals. Germany is senting 27 military medics. Austria will take some intense care patients.

The president of European commission has told the head six pharmaceutical companies the problems of supply of coronavirus vaccines have to be addressed. Two of these companies have left fewer doses than promise.

Israel has bridged to transfer thousands of vaccines to Palestine to immunize frontline medical workers. This has been controversy ever whethere Israel should occupy territory in its vaccination program.

A hotel in Somalia's capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Israel militain group. The militains are inside the hotel and are unders*.

Prince William who is the president of football association in England has said racism abuse in the game is dispicable and must stop. The Manchester United star is the latest to have been subjected to be abused on social media.

And the British *captain, who has raised more than 40 million dollar for the international health service, in in hospital after tested positive for Covid-19. He captured the national imagination last year, when he completed a hundred * to raside the funds.
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BBC news, I'm John Shan.

Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade.  Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5,000 people were detained, including Mr.Navalny's wife Yulia. The U.S and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. American secretary of state Antony Blinken called for the release of Mr.Navalny, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threats to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The president of the European Commission Ursula Von der Leyen has told the head of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies Pilfer Biotech and Astrazeneca have delivered fewer doses than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There's been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamic militant group Al-Shabaab.  The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William, who's president of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop.  The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian captain Tom Moore who's raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service is in hospital after testing positive for Covid. Sir. Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 laps of his gardens to raise the funds.

BBC news.
Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running  in the biggest protest against president Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly ninety cities turned out in support of the jailed activist ?, denouncing the corruption he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly five thousand people were detained, including Mr.?'s wife ?. The US and EU have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. America's secretary of state called for the release of ?, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.
Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals.Germany  is sending twenty-seven military medics.Austria will take in some intensive care patients.
The president of European commission has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of  coronavirus vaccines have to be addressed.Two of the companies have delivered fewer doses than promised.
Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccine to Palestianians to immunize frontline medical workers.There has been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination programme.
A hotel in the Somali capital has been attacked by the Islamist group ?. The militants are inside the hotel and under siege
Pince Willian who's the president of the football association in England has said racism abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Majestic United star ? is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.
And the  British ? captain ? who has raised more than forty million dollars for the national health service is in hospital after testing positive for covid. ? captured the national imagination last year when he completed a hundred laps of his garden to raise the funds.

[Homework]BBC 2021-02-01

Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running and biggest protest agains president Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out and support off the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruptions that he has exposed. In dependent * said nearly 5000 people were detained, including Mr. Navalny's wife *. The US and European Union have both accused Russia of using * force. American Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for the release of Alexei Navalny but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.Gemany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal while a surging coronavirus cases threaten to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medicts. Austria will take in some intense care patients.
The president of European Commission * has told heads of six pharmaceutical companies the problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed.  Two of the companies * and * have delivered fewer doses than promised.
Israel has breached to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontier medical workers. It's been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.
A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamistic militant group *. The militants are inside the hotel and under siege.
Prince William, who's president of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Manchester * star is the latest who's been subject to abuse on social media.
And the British * who's raisded more than 40 million dollars for the national health service is in hospital after testing positive for COVID. *captured the national imagination last year when he compete 100 of his gardens to raise the funds.

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Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade.  Demonstrators in nearly ninety cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly five thousand people were detained, including Mr.Navalny's wife Yulia. The US and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. American secretary of state Antony Blinken called for the release of Alexei Navalny, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The president of the European Commission Ursula Von der Leyen has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies Pfizer Biotech and Astrazeneca have delivered fewer doses than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There has been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamic militant group Al-Shabaab.  The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William, who is president of the Football Association in England, has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop.  The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian captain Tom Moore who has raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service is in hospital after testing positive for Covid. Sir. Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 laps of his gardens to raise the funds.
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Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5,000 people were detained including Mr. Navalny's wife Yulia. The US and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. America's Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for the release of Alexei Navalny, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies, Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca, have delivered fewer doses than promised. 

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There has been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program. 

A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab. The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William, who is President of the Football Association in England has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian Captain Sir Tom Moore, who has raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service, is in hospital after testing positive for COVID. Sir Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed a hundred laps of his garden to raise the funds. 
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[Homework]BBC 2021-02-01

1.   Tens of thousands of Russians have takento the streets for the second week of running in the biggest protest against President Putin for decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he exposed. Independed monitor said nearly 5,000 people were detained, including Mr.Navalny's wife Yuliya. The U.S and the European Union have accused Russing of using disproportionate force.  American secretary of state Antony Blinken called for the release of Alexei Navalny, but Moscow accused of Washington of meddling.

2.   Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threaten to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics, Austria will take in some intensive care patients.


3.   The president of European commission Ursula von der Leyen has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that the problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies, Pfizer biotech and AstreZeneca have delivered fewer doses than promised.


4.   Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunise frontline medical workers. There has been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.


5.   A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamic militants group Al-Shabaab. The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.


6.   Prince Willian, who's the president of footballer association in England, has said the racist abuse in the game despicable and must stop. The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.


7.   And the British centenatian Captain Tom Moore, who's raised more than 40 million dollars for national health service, is in hospital after testing positive for COVID. Sir.Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 laps of his garden to raise the money.

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BBC news, I'm John Shane
Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the street for the second week running in the biggest protests against President Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 19 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexey Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5,000 people were detained, including Mr Navalny's wife Yulia.

The US and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate forces. America's Secretary of State Antony Brinken called for the release of Alexey Navalny. But Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where surgent coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany ascending 27 military medics, Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has told the heads of 6 pharmaceutical companies that the problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccines have to be addressed. 2 of the companies Pfizer BioNtech and AustraZeneca have delivered fewer doses than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunise frontline medical workers. There's been a controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab. The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William who's President of the Football Association in England has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Manchester United Star Marcus Rashfood is the latest who have been subject to abuse on social media.

And the British Centenarian Captain Tom Moore who has raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service is in hospital after tested positive for covid.  Sir Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed a hundred laps of his garden to raise the funds.
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BBC News. I’m John Shea.

Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the 2nd week running in the biggest protests against President Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist Alexei Navalny, denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5,000 people were detained, including Mr. Navalny’s wife Yulia.

The US and the European Union have both accusing Russia of use disproportionate force. America Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for the release of Alexei Navalny, but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medial help to Portugal, where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has told the heads of 6 pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies, Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca have delivered few doses than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There has been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has been attacked by the Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab. The militants are inside the hotel and are under siege.

Prince William, who’s President of Football Association in England, has said racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian captain Tom Moore, who’s raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service is in hospital after testing positive for Covid. Sir. Tom captured the national imagination last year when he competed hundred laps of his gardens to raise the fund.

BBC news.
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1.Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist IL denouncing the corruption that he has exposed.  Independent monitors said nearly five thousand people were detained including IL's wife Y.

2.The US and European Union have both accused Russia of using disapproportionate force. The American Secretary of state N called for the release of IL but Moscow accused Washington of meddling.

3. Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Mexico Portugal where a surge in corona viurs cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending twenty seven military medics, Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

4.The President tof the European Commission IF has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that the problems with supply of corona virus vaccines have to be addressed. Two of the companies F and Z have delivered fewer doses than promised.

5.Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize frontline medical workers. There has been a controversy over whether Israel should include  the occupying territories in its vaccination program.

6.A hotel in the Somalian capital M has been attacked by the Islamist militant group AS.  The militants are inside the hotel and are on the siege.

7.Prince William who is President of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is dispicalbe and must be stopped. The Mannchester United star MR is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

8.And the British S capiain TM who has raised more than forty million dollars for the forty senven million dollars for the national health service is in hospital after testing positive for covid.  TM capture the national imagination last year when he competed a hundred ? of his garden to raise the funds.
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Tens of thousands of Russian have taken to the streets for the second week running  in the biggest protest against president Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of jailed activist .. denouncing the corruption that he has exposed.  Independent monitor said nearly 5000 people were detaained including Mr.. 's wife U.. The US and European Union have both accused Russian of using ... force. American secretary of state .. called for the release of Mr. . but Moscow accused Washington of medding.
Germany and Austria have promised medical help to P.. with surging coronavirus case threats to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics, Austria will take in some intensive care patients.
The president of European commission .. has told the head of six pharm.. companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies .. have delivered fewer dozes than promised.
Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to P.. to immunize frontline medical workers. There's been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.
A hotel in the S.. capital M.. has been attacked by the Islamic militant group .. The militant are inside hotel and are under ..
Prince W.. who's president of the football association in England has said racist abuse in the game is des.. and must to stop. The M.. United star .. is the latest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.
And British ... who's ..  more than 40 million dollars  for national health service is in hospital after testing positive ofr COVID. .. ....
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BBC News. I'm John S.

Tens of thousands of Russians have taken to the streets for the second week running in the biggest protest against President Putin for a decade. Demonstrators in nearly 90 cities turned out in support of the jailed activist A. N., denouncing the corruption that he has exposed. Independent monitors said nearly 5 000 people were detained, including Mr. N.'s wife Y. The U.S. and the European Union have both accused Russia of using disproportionate force. America's Secretary of State Anthony B. called for the release of A. N., but Moscow accuse Washington of meddling.

Germany and Austria have promised medical help to Portugal where a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Germany is sending 27 military medics. Austria will take in some intensive care patients.

The President of European Commission L. has told the heads of six pharmaceutical companies that problems with the supply of coronavirus vaccine have to be addressed. Two of the companies, Pfizer Biotech and Astrazeneca have delivered few doses than promised.

Israel has agreed to transfer thousands of vaccines to the Palestinians to immunize front-line medical workers. There's been controversy over whether Israel should include the occupied territories in its vaccination program.

A hotel in the Somali capital M. has been attacked by the Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab. The militants are inside the hotel and under seige.

Price William, who is the President of the Football Association in England, has said the racist abuse in the game is despicable and must stop. The Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is the lastest to have been subjected to abuse on social media.

And the British centenarian Captain Tom Moore who's raised more than 40 million dollars for the National Health Service is in hospital after testing postive for covid. Sir Tom captured the national imagination last year when he completed 100 laps of his garden to raise the funds.

BBC News.
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