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Myanmar’s coup leader, General *, says that he will try to handle the mass protests against the overthrow as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practice and he warned that he would take effective action against those he said are harming Myanmar.

The new head of the World Trade Organization says her first priority would be the coronavirus pandemic. * said it was unconscionable to see disparities in vaccination rate between rich and poor countries.

The chief * says the alliance will not withdraw from Afghanistan before the time is right. Mr. * also insisted that the Taliban must reduce violence, negotiate good faith and break ties with international terrorist groups.  

U.S. Secretary of State has told Turkey that Washington now believes that the Kurdish militant group, the PKK was linked to the killing of 13 Turks found in an Iraqi cave. Washington’s initial reluctance to link the group without adequate proof draw furious response from Turkey earlier today.  

The World’s Health Organization has given emergency use approval to AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccines produced in India and South Korea. The decision will facilitate distribution to poor countries through the global program known as Covix. The WHO said the global number of Covid cases hade dropped for a fifth consecutive week.

Iran says it will block snap inspections by UN nuclear experts from next week if other parties of the 2015 deal failed to uphold the applications. Tehran says the decision would still be reversible if others comply with the agreement.

And scientists who bored a hole through an Antarctic ice shelf have discovered new species living in total darkness on the seabed. They found bacteria and animals with the stock like hatch which could be a form of predator.

BBC News.
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Myanmar's coup leader General Min Aung Hlaing says that he will try to handle the mass protests against the overthrow as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practice and he warned that he would take effective action against those he said were harming Myanmar. 

The new head of the World Trade Organization says her first priority will be the coronavirus pandemic. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said it was unconscionable to see disparities in vaccination rates between rich and poor countries. 

The Chief of NATO Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will not withdraw from Afghanistan before the time is right. Mr. Stoltenberg also insisted that the Taliban must reduce violence, negotiate in good faith, and break ties with international terrorist groups.

The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told Turkey that Washington now believes that the Kurdish militant group, the PKK, were linked to the killing of 13 Turks found in an Iraqi cave. Washington's initial reluctance to link to the group without adequate proof drew a furious response from Turkey earlier today. 

The World Health Organization has given emergency use approval to AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccines produced in India and South Korea. The decision will facilitate distribution to poor countries through the global program known as COVAX. The WHO said the global number of COVID cases had dropped for a fifth consecutive week.

Iran says it will block snap inspections by UN nuclear experts from next week if other parties of the 2015 deal fail to uphold their obligations. Tehran said the decision would still be reversible if others complied with the agreement.

And scientists who bored a hole through an Antarctic ice shelf have discovered new species living in total darkness on the seabed. They found bacteria and animals with a stalk-like hedge which could be a form of predator. 
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[Homework]BBC 2021-02-16

BBC news.


Myanmar's coup leader General Min Aung Hlaing says that he will try to handle the mass protests against the overthrow as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practice and he warned that he would take effective action against those he said were harming Myanmar.


The new head of the World Trade Organization says her first priority will be the coronavirus pandemic. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said it was unconscionable to see the disparities in vaccination rate between rich and poor countries.


The Chief of NATO Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will not withdraw from the Afghanistan before the time is right. Mr. Stoltenberg also inisited that the Taliban must reduce violence, negotiate in good faith and break ties with international terrorist groups.


The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told Turkey that Washington now believes that the Kurdish militant group, the PKK, was linked to the killing of 13 Turks found in an Iraqi cave. Washington's initial reluctance to link the group without adequate proof drew a furious response from Turkey earlier today.


The World Health Organization has given an emergency use approval to AnstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccines produced in India and South Korea. The decision will facilitate distribution poor countries through the global program known as COVAX. The WHO said the global number of covid cases had dropped for a fifth consecutive week.


Iran says it will block snap inspections by US nuclear experts from next week if other parties of the 2015 deal fail to uphold their obligations. Tehran said the decision would still be reversible if others complied with the agreement.


And scientists who bored a hole through an Antarctic ice shelf have discovered new spieces living in total darkness on the seabed. They found bacteria and animals with a stalk-like hedge which could be a form of predator.


BBC news.


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1.Myanmar's coup leader General M says that he will try to handle the mass protest against the throw as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practise. And he warned that he would take effective action against those he said were harming Myanmar.

2. The new head of the world trade organization says her first priority would be the corona virus pandemic. N said it was unconscionable to see disparities in vaccination rates between rich and poor countries.

3.A chief of NATO Y says the alliance would not withdraw from Pakistan until the time is right. Mr.Y also insisted that the Talisban must reduce violence, negotiating good faith and break ties with international terrorist groups.

4.The US Secretary of State Y has told Turkey that Washington now believes that that Kurdish militant group the PKK was linked to the killing of 13 Turkish found in a rock cave. Wasington's initial relectance to link to the group without adequate proof drew furious response Turkey earlier today.

5. The World Health Oraganization has given emergency use approval to AstraZeneca's covid19 vaccines produced in India and  South Korea. The decision will faciliate distribution to poorer countries through the global program known as Covax.  The who said the global number of covid cases have dropped for a fifth consecutive week.

6. Iran says it would block nuclear snap inspections by Un nuclear experts from next week if all the parties of the 2016 deal failed to support the allegations. Tehran said the decision would still be reversible if other parties complies with the agreement.

7. And scientists who bored a hole through antarctic icile have discovered new species living in total darkness on the seabed. They found baceteria and animals with a stock like hatch which prepare to a form of predator.
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BBC news.

Myanmar's coup leader General Min Aung Hlaing says that he will try to handle the mass protests against the overthrow as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practice and he warned that he would take effective action against those he said were harming Myanmar.

The new head of the World Trade Organization says her first priority will be the coronavirus pandemic. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said it was unconscionable to see the disparities in vaccination rate between rich and poor countries.

The Chief of NATO Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will not withdraw from the Afghanistan before the time is right. Mr. Stoltenberg also insisted that the Taliban must reduce violence, negotiate in good faith and break ties with international terrorist groups.

The U.S Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told Turkey that Washington now believes that the Kurdish militant group, the PKK, was linked to the killing of 13 Turks found in an Iraqi cave. Washington's initial reluctance to link the group without adequate proof drew a furious response from Turkey earlier today.

The World Health Organization has given an emergency use approval to Astrazeneca's Covid-19 vaccines produced in India and South Korea. The decision will facilitate distribution to poor countries through the global program known as COVAX. The WHO said the global number of Covid cases had dropped for a fifth consecutive week.

Iran says it will block snap inspections by UN nuclear experts from next week if other parties of the 2015 deal fail to uphold their obligations. Tehran said the decision would still be reversible if others complied with the agreement.

And scientists who bored a hole through an Antarctic ice shelf have discovered new species living in total darkness on the seabed. They found bacteria and animals with a stalk-like hedge which could be a form of predator.

BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2021-02-16

Myanmar's coup leader general ? says he will try to handle the mass protest against the overthrow as he put it softly. He did not clarify what that means in practice and he warned that he will take effective action against those he said were harming Myanmar.The new head of the WTO says her first priority will be the coronavirus pandemic. ? said it was unconcionable to see the disparities vaccine rates between the rich and poor countries.
The chief of NATO says the alliance will not withdraw from Afganistan before the time is right.  Mr. ? also insisted that the Taliban must reduce violence, negotiate in good faith and break ties with international terrorist groups.
The US secretary of state has told Turkey that Washington now believes that the Curdish military group the PKK were linked to the killing of thirteen Turks found in a Iraqi cave. Washington's initial reluctance to link the group without adequate proof drew a furious response from Trukey earlier today.
The WHO has given emergency use of  approval ?'s covid-19 vaccine produced in India and South Korea. The decision will facilitate distribution to poor countries throught the global program known as Covax. The WHO said the global number of covid cases had dropped for a fifth consecutive week.
Iran says it will block snap inspections by UN nuclear experts from next week if other parties of the 2015 deal fail to uphold their obligations. Tehran said the decision would be reversible if others complied with the agreement.
And scientists who And scientists who bored a hole through an Antarctic ice shelf have discovered new species living in total darkness on the seabed. They found bacteria and animals with a stalk-like hedge which could be a form of predator.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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