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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-08

BBC News with x.

Health officials in Equatorial Guinea say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital, x. Emergency services say they've found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.


Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face-coverings in public, including burkas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamist group called it a dark day for Muslims.


The French politician and billionaire, x, has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. x was the oldest son of the industrialist, x, whose x Group includes the aircraft maker and newspaper.


Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated mass in northern x, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.


The Houthis rebels in Yemen say they've launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who side with the Yemeni government have made no comment.


Jordan's King, x, has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They'd attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.


Three Palestinian fishermen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what's believed to be an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.


Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests at a rally against COVID restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.


Venezuela's state oil company has begun rushing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long-running economic crisis.


BBC News.
                                                   
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BBC News with Julie Candler.

Health officials in Equatorial Guinea say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economical capital *. Emergency services say they found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.

Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face coverings in public including burkas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islam group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire * Dassault has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. Dassault was the eldest son of the industrialist * whose Dassault group includes the aircraft maker, * newspaper.  

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated mass in northern *, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.

The Houthis rebels in Yemen say they've launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who side with Yemeni government have been no comment.

Jordan's King Abdullah has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishmen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boats exploded in what's believed to be an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests at a rally against Covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.

Venezuela's State oil company has begun rushing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long running economic crisis.  

BBC News.
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BBC News with Julie Candler

Health officials in Equatorial Guinea said at least 400 people had been injured in a series of powerful blast in the economic capital Bata. Emergency services say they’ve found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.

Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face covering in public, including burqas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire Olivier Dassault has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. Dassault was the eldest son of the industrialist Serge, whose Dassault group includes the aircraft maker and Le Figaro newspaper.

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq’s dwindling Christian population.

The Houthi rebel in Yemen say they’ve launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country’s oil facilities. So far Saudi officials who signed with Yemeni government have made no comment.

Jordan’s King Abdullah has approved the resignations of 2 senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They attended a dinner where there were more guests than the regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishermen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what’s believed to have been an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests in a rally against Covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.

Venezuela’s state oil company has begun rushing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortage worsens. Venezuela has been suffering from a long-running economic crisis.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Neil Nunes.

Health officials in Equatorial Guinea said at least 400 people had been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bata. Emergency services say they’ve found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.

Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face covering in public, including burqas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire Olivier Dassault has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. Dassault was the eldest son of the industrialist Serge, whose Dassault group includes the aircraft maker and Le Figaro newspaper.

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.

The Houthi rebel in Yemen say they’ve launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country’s oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who signed with Yemeni government have made no comment.

Jordan’s King Abdullah has approved the resignations of  to senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishermen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what's believed to have been an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests in a rally against Covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.

Venezuela’s state oil company has begun rationing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long-running economic crisis.

BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-08

1.   Health officials in Equatorial Guinea say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bata. Emergency services say they found 20 bodies in the facilities of a military camp.

2.   Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face covering in public, including burkas and niqabs worn by muslim women. A leading Swisses islamic group called it a dark day for muslims.


3.   The French politician and billionaire A.D. has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr.D. was the oldest son of the industrialist, S., whose D. group includes the aircraft maker and L. newspaper.


4.   Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit in Iraq. He celebrated mass in Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling christian polulation.


5.   The Houthi rebels in Yemen say they have launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, the Saudi pofficials who side with the Yemeni government had made no comment.


6.   Jordan's king, Abdula, has approved the resignation of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intented to stop the spread of coronavirus. They'd attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.


7.   Three Palestinian fishmen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploted in what's believed to have been an accident rocket strike by Palestinian militants.


8.   Police in the Czech capital have made several arrest at the rally against COVID restrictions. A few hundred demonstraters, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.


9.   Venezuelan state oil company has begun rushing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuelan has been suffering from long running economic crisis.

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Health officials in Euqutorial G say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bater,Emergency serice say they've found 20 bodied in the facility of a military camp.

Swetherland has voted to approved a ban of face coverying in public,including Bocas and Nicaps worn by Muslim women, a leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.


The French polititian and billionair Oliver has been killed in a helicopter crash in North west Frace,Mr Dasol was the oldest son of the industrialist Cellsh,whose Dusole group includes the aircraft maker and Lufiger newspaper.

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq,he celebrated mass in northern Kedistan,home to most of Iraq's Twidling christian population.

The Huthi rebels in Yemen say they've launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia,aiming for the country's oil facilities,so far,Saudi officials who side with the Yemeni government have made no comment.

Jordon's king Abudela has approved resignations of 2 senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus,they had attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.

3 Palestinian fishmen have been killed off the coast of Gaza,their boat exploed in what's believed to have been an accidental rockets strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Ceche Capital have made several arrests at a rally against covid restrictions,a few hundreds demonstrators many without maskes chanted freedom, as they've ordered to disperse

Venezuela state own company has been unrash in its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen,Venezuela has been suffering from a long running economic crisis
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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-08

BBC news

Health officials in Axx Gxx say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital xx. Emergency services say they've found 20 bodies in the facilities of a military camp.


Switzerland has voted to improve a ban on face coverings in public including xx and xx worn by muslim women. A leading Swiss's islamic group called it a dark day for muslims.  


The French politician and billionnaire xx has been killed in the helicopter crash in Northwest France. Mr. xx was the eldest son of the industrialist xx whose xx group includes the aircraft maker and xx newspaper.


Pope Francis has attend the final public event of his history visit to Iraq. He celebrated mass in northern xx, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.


The Husi rebels in Yemen say they have launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who side with the Yemeni government have made no comment.


Jordon's king xx has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of the coronavirus. They'd attended a dinner where there were more guests than the regulation were allowed.


Three Palestinian fishermen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what's  believed to be an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.


Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests at a rally against covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.


Venezualen state oil company has been unrationing supplies of its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shorages worsen. Venezulen has been suffering a long running economic crisis.


BBC news.





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Health officials in Equatorial Guinea said at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economical capital *. Emergency services say they found 20 bodies in the vicinity of a military camp.

Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face coverings in public including burqas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire * has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr.* was the eldest son of the industrialist * whose * group includes the aircraft maker and * newspaper.  

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.

The Houthis rebels in Yemen say they've launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who singed with the Yemeni government have made no comment.

Jordan's King Abdullah has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They'd attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishmen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boats exploded in what's believed to be an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests at a rally against Covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.

Venezuela's State oil company has begun rationing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long running economic crisis.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-08

BBC news with Julie Candler
Health officials in Equatorial Guinea say at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bata. Emergency services says they have found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.


Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on facing coverings in public, including burqas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.


The French politician and billionaire Olivier Dassault has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr Dassault was the eldest son of the industrialist Serge, whose Dassault group includes the aircraft maker and Le Figaro newspaper.


Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historical visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.


The Huthis rebels in Yemen say they have launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who side with Yemeni government have made no comment.


Jorden's King Abdullah has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They'd attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.


Three Palestinian fishing men have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what's believed to have been an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.


Police in the Czech capital  have made several arrests at a rally against covid restrctions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.


Venezuelan state oil company has began rationing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen.  Venezuela has been suffering from a long-running economic crisis.
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BBC news with Julie Chandle.

Health officials in Equatorial Guinea said at least 400 people had been injured in the series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bata. The emergency services say they've found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.

Switerland has voted to approve a ban on face covering in public includiing burqas and niqabs wore by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire Olivier Dassault has been killed in a helicopter clash in northwest of France. Mr. Dassault was the oldest son of the industrialist Serge, whose Dassault group includes the aircraft maker and Le Figaro newspaper.

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his history visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.

The Houthi rebels in Yemen say they've lauched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arbia, aiming to the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who signed with Yemeni goveronment have made no comment.

Jodan's King Abdullah has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They attended a dinner where there are more guests than the regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishmen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boats exploded in what's believed to have been an acccidential rocket strike by Palestanian miltiants.

Police in Cezh capital have made several arrest in a rally against covid restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse .

Venezuela's state oil company has begun rationing diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages wrosen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long running economic crisis.

BBC news.
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Health officials in E said at least 400 people have been injured in a series of powerful blast in the economic capital B . Emergency services said they 20 bodies in  the facility of a military camp.

S has voted to approve a ban on face covering in public including B and M wore by Muslim women . A leading S Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire O D has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. D was the eldest son of the industry list S whose D group includes the aircraft maker and L newspaper.

Pope France has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Irqa . he celebrated mass in northern P home to most of Iraq's dwindling christian  population.

The H rebels in Yemen say they launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into saudi arabia aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far saudi officials who sided with Y goverment have yet made no comment.

J'King of G have approved the resignations of two senior officials forced to step down after breaching rules  intended to stop the spread of coronavirus . They deterred the dinner  where there were more guests than regulations allowed.

Three P's fishmen have been killed at the coast of G. Their boat exploded in what’s believed to be an accident  rocket strike by P

Police in C captital have made several arrests in a rally against covid-19 restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators,many without masks ,chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.

B 's State  oil company has been (un)rationin g its d supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. X has been suffering a long-running economic crisis.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-08

Health Officials in Equatorial * say at least 400 people had been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital *. Emergency service say they found 20 bodies in the facility of military camp.Switzerland has voted to a cruel ban on face covering in public including Burks and Niqabs wore by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic Group called it a dark for Muslims.
The French politician and billionaire * has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwestern France. Mr. * was the eldest son of industrial elite *. Mr. * groups include the aircraft maker * and news paper.
Pope Francis has attended the final pubic event to his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated mass in  northern in *, home to most of Iraq's twinkling Christian population.
The Huthi Rebels in Yemen say they launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who signed for the Yemeni government have made no comment.
Jordon's King * has approved the resignations two senior ministers, forced to step after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They attended the dinner where there were more guests the regulations allow.
Three Palestinians official men have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boats exploded in what believed to have been accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.
Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests that are rally against COVID restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators many without masks chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse.
Venezuela's state oil company has begun rushing its diesel supply to trunk driver as its fuel shortage just worsen. Venezuela has been suffering for a long running economic crisis.

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Health officials in Equatorial Guinea said at least 400 people had been injured in a series of powerful blasts in the economic capital Bata. Emergency services say they have found 20 bodies in the facility of a military camp.

Switzerland has voted to approve a ban on face coverings in public including burqas and niqabs worn by Muslim women. A leading Swiss Islamic group called it a dark day for Muslims.

The French politician and billionaire Olivier Dassault has been killed in a helicopter crash in northwest France. Mr. Dassault was the eldest son of the industrialist Serge whose Dassault Group includes the aircraft maker and Le Figaro newspaper.

Pope Francis has attended the final public event of his historic visit to Iraq. He celebrated Mass in northern Kurdistan, home to most of Iraq's dwindling Christian population.

The Houthi rebels in Yemen say they've launched more than 20 missiles and drones across the border into Saudi Arabia, aiming for the country's oil facilities. So far, Saudi officials who side with the Yemeni government have made no comment. 

Jordan's King Abdullah has approved the resignations of two senior ministers forced to step down after breaching rules intended to stop the spread of coronavirus. They had attended a dinner where there were more guests than regulations allow.

Three Palestinian fishermen have been killed off the coast of Gaza. Their boat exploded in what's believed to have been an accidental rocket strike by Palestinian militants.

Police in the Czech capital have made several arrests at a rally against COVID restrictions. A few hundred demonstrators, many without masks, chanted freedom as they were ordered to disperse. 

Venezuela's state oil company has begun rationing its diesel supply to truck drivers as fuel shortages worsen. Venezuela has been suffering from a long-running economic crisis.
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