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Within the next hour, the American space agency, NASA, hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars, the perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the financial Times Newspaper that current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.  

Britain, France, Germany and United States say they are committed to make sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed concern at Iran’s recent move to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.   

A meeting of NATO Defense Ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General * said there must first be a reduction in violence and lasting political agreement

An inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly 65,000 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president * was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long running conflict between the Columbian government and armed groups.   

Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister Mark * says it would be very unwise to lift it now.      

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Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times Newspaper that current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.  

Britain, France, Germany and United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Iran’s recent move to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.   

A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there must first be a reduction in violence and the lasting political agreement with the Taliban.

An inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former President álvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.   

Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte says it would be very unwise to lift it now.

BBC news.
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BBC News. Within the next hour, The American Space Agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The Perseverance Mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The crafts must first survive a high speed   plunges through Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged the western governments to send 5% of vaccines to developed countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times Review that current vaccination programs in rich countries will lead to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.

Britain, France, Germany and the United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Iran's recent moves to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers have gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned  three years ago by Donald Trump.

A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that there must first be a reduction in violence and a lasting political agreement with the Taliban.

An inquiry in Colombia has found nearly 65000 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president Alvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.

Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide corona virus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after the court said the restriction must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte says it would be very unwise to lift it now.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-02-19

BBC News.

Within the next hour, the American space agency, NASA, hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The Perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.


President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times newspaper that current vaccine programmes in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.


Britain, France, Germany and the United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed a concern at Iran's recent moves to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.


A meeting of NATO defence ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary-General, x, said there must first be a reduction in violence and a lasting political agreement with the Taliban.


An inquiry in Colombia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president, x, was in office. The figure is far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during a long-running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.


Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to reserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister, x, says it would be very unwise to lift it now.


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Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perserverance machine will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high speed plunge through the Marcian atmosphere.


President Macroon of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the financial times newspaper that current vaccine programmes in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.


Britain, France, Germany and United States say they are committed to make sure that Iran could never develop a nuclear weapon.  A joint statement has also expressed their concerns at Iran's recent moves to upgrade its uranian enrichment process. The four powers have gathered to discuss a nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.


A meeting of NATO defence ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afganistan. The scretary general xx said there must first be a reduction in violence and a lasting political agreement with the Taliban.


An inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly 6500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president xx was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during a long-running conflict between the Columbian government and armed groups.


Dutch politicians have given intial approval to a law that was hastely drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker prime minister xx says it would be very unwise to lift it now.


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[Homework]BBC 2021-02-19

Within the next hours, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high speed of punch through the Mars atmosphere.President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send five percent of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the financial Time's newspaper that current vaccine program in rich countires were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequlity.
Britain, France, Germany and the United States say they are commited to make sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Iran's recent moves to upgrade the Iranian enrichment process. The powers gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.
A meeting of NATO defense ministers is making no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afganistan. The Secretary General * said there must first be a reduction violance and a lasting political agreement with Taliban.
And an inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly six and half thousand civilians were killed by the security forces wihen the former president * in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committe during a long running conflict between the Columbian government and armed groups.
Dutch politicans have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to  preserve nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker prime minister * says it will be unwise to lift now.



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[Homework]BBC 2021-02-19

1.   Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. Perseverance mission will search for ancient sign of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

2.   President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told Financial Times news paper that current vaccine program in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of globle inequality.


3.   Britain, France, Germany and the United States say they committed to make sure that Teheran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statment also expressed their concern at Teheran's recent move to upgrade its uranium enrichment process, before powers have gathered to discusss teh nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.


4.   A meeting of NATO defence ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The secretary general Y.S. say they must first be a reduction in violence and lasting political agreement with Taliban.


5.   An inquiry in Colobia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president A.O. was in office. The figue was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocity committed during the long running conflict between the Colonbian government and armed groups.


6.   The Dutch politicians have given an initially approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker prime minsiter M.R. says it will be very unwise to list it now.

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Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times newspaper that current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.

Britain, France, Germany, and the United States say they’re committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint-statement also expressed the concern at Iran’s recent moves to upgrade its Uranium enrichment process. The 4 powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal, which was abandoned 3 years ago by Donald Trump.

A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there must first be a reduction in violence and the lasting political agreement with the Taliban.

An inquiry in Colombia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former president álvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during a long-running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.

Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker prime minister Mark Rutte says it would be very unwise to lift it now.

BBC news.
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BBC news.

Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times Newspaper the current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.  

Britain, France, Germany and United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Iran’s recent moves to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.   

A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there must first be a reduction in violence and the lasting political agreement with the Taliban.

An inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former President álvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.   

Dutch politicians have given an initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte says it would be very unwise to lift it now.

BBC news.
Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The Perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.

President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times newspaper that current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality. 

Britain, France, Germany and the United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Tehran's recent moves to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers have gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.

A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said there must first be a reduction in violence and a lasting political agreement with the Taliban.

An inquiry in Colombia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former President Alvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long-running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.

Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, says it would be very unwise to lift it now. 
Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.
President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged western governments to send 5% of their coronavirus vaccines to developing countries as soon as possible. He told the Financial Times Newspaper that current vaccine programs in rich countries were leading to an unprecedented acceleration of global inequality.  
Britain, France, Germany and United States say they are committed to making sure that Iran can never develop a nuclear weapon. A joint statement also expressed the concern at Iran’s recent move to upgrade its uranium enrichment process. The four powers had gathered to discuss the nuclear deal which was abandoned three years ago by Donald Trump.   
A meeting of NATO defense ministers has made no decision on when to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. The Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there must first be a reduction in violence and the lasting political agreement with the Taliban.
An inquiry in Columbia has found that nearly 6,500 civilians were killed by the security forces when the former President álvaro Uribe was in office. The figure was far higher than previously thought. A special court has been looking into atrocities committed during the long running conflict between the Colombian government and armed groups.   
Dutch politicians have given initial approval to a law that was hastily drafted to preserve a nationwide coronavirus curfew. The legislation was drawn up after a court said the curfew must be lifted. The caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte says it would be very unwise to lift it now.
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Within the next hour, the American space agency NASA hopes to put a rover vehicle on the surface of Mars. The perseverance mission will search for ancient signs of life on the red planet. The craft must first survive a high-speed plunge through the Martian atmosphere.
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