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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-09

BBC News with x.

A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former president, x, possibly clearing his way to run in next year's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018, when he was imprisoned for corruption, clearing the way for President x's victory.


A French schoolgirl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against a teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher, x, was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoons of the prophet, Mohammed, in an ethics class.


The United Nations is voicing deep concern for the fate of an unknown number of protesters in Myanmar, who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosions have been heard in the area, believed to be the sound of ? stun grenades used by the military.


Oraph Winprey has said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the colour of his son's skin. There's been a speculation about who might have made the inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Megan's interview with Oprah Winprey.


A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico City to mark International Women's Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest that almost a thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.


The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in a case that implicates the president of Honduras, x. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.


And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their countries' power grids. It would run between Israel and the Greek island of Crete via Cyprus.


BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-09

BBC news

A supreme court judge in Brazil has annuled the criminal convictions against the former president xx, possibly clearing his way to run in the next year's election. He was barred for running for office in 2018 when he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way for president xx's victory.


A French school girl accused of sparkling a fetal online hate campaign against the teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher xx was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoons of xx in an ethics class.


The United Nations have voiced deep concerns for the fate of unknown number of protesters in mymmar, who have been trapped by security forces in Yx. Explosion heard in the area believed to be the sound of xx grenalds used by the military.


Opera Winphery has said it was not Queen Elisabeth's or the Duke of xx who asked prince Harry about the color of his son's skin. There has been speculation about who might make the inquiry after prince Harry and his wife Magen's internview with Winphery.  


A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico city to mark international women's day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest that almost a thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.


The trial on the alleged xx drug traffiker started in the United States in a case that implicates president xx's. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.


And Isreal, Cyprus in Grace have signed an initial agreement to undersea electricity cable linking the countries xx. It will draw between Isreal and the Greek island of xx via Cyprus.


BBC news



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A supreme court judge in Brzail has annulled criminal conviction against the former president L,possibly clearing his way to run in next year's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018  when his was in prison for corruption clearing the way of  president X's victory.

A French school accused of sparking a  fatal  online hate campaign  against the teacher has admitted to lying and spreading  false claims. The teacher X was beheaded  last year by an Islamic  militant after showing cartoons of the Prophet M in an ethics class.

United Nation has voiced deep concerns for the fate of unknowing number of protesters  in M who are being trapped by security forces in Y . Explosions have been heard in the area believed to be  the sound of S stun grenade used by the military.

O W said that it wasn't queen I or the duke of E who asked prince harry  about the color of his son's  skin. There' s been speculation about who might have made the inquiry after Prince harry and his wife M interviewed with O W.

A large march is due to begin  around now in Mexica city to mark international women's day amid tight security.
Protesters are demanding more actions from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggested that at least 1000 were murdered last year because of their gender

The trial of an alleged H drug trafficker started on the United States in the case that implicates the President X. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.

An Israel side prison G  signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their countries' power grid. It will drown between Israel  and the Greek island of C the X
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, possibly clearing his way to run in next June's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018 and he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way for President Jair Bolsonaro's victory.

A French schoolgirl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against the teacher has admitted lying and spreading false claims. The teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoons of prophet Mohammad in an ethics class.

United Nation was voicing deep concern for the fate of unknown number of protesters in Myanmar, who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosion that's being heard in the area is believed to be the stun grenade used by the military.

Oprah Winfrey said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the color of his son's skin. There has been speculation who might have made the inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan interviewed with Oprah Winfrey.

A large march is due to begin around now in the Mexico City to mark International Women's Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest almost 1,000 women were murdered last year because of their gender.

The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in a case that implicates the President Juan Orlando Hernández. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.

And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their country's power grids. It will drown between Israel and the Greek Island of Crete via Cyprus.

BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-09

1.   A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convistions against the former president Louis N.L.D., possibly clearing his way to run in next year's election. He was barred from runing for office in 2018 when he was in prison for corruption, cleaning the way of President Jair Bosonaru's victory.

2.    A Fench school girl accuzed of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against teacher has admitted lying on spreading false claims.  The teacher S.P. was beheaded last year by islamic militant after showing cartoons of prophet Muhammad in an ethic class.


3.   The United Nations was voicing deep concern for the fate of unknown number of protesters in Myanmar who have been trapped by security forces in Rangoon. Explosions have been heared in the area believed to be the sound of sack stun grende used by the military.


4.   Oprah Winfrey said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or Duke of Edinburg who asked Prince Harry about the color of his son's skin. There's speculation about who might have made the inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey.


5.    A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico city to mark International Women's Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender bias violence. Official figures suggest that almost 1,000 women were murdered last year because of their gender.


6.   The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in a case that implicates teh president of Honduras Juan A.L. He denied taking bribes to protest criminals.


7.    And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their countries's power grids. It was drawn between Israel and Greek island of Crete via Cyprus.

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BBC news with Finoa McDonald.

A Surpreme Court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva possibly clearing his way to run in next June's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018 and he was imprisoned for corruption, clearing a way for President Jair Bolsonaro's victory.

A French School girl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against a teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded last year by an Islamic militant after showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in an ethics class.

United Nations has voiced in deep concern for the fate of unknown number of protesters in Myanmar who've been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosions had been heard in the areas, believed to be the sound of a stun grenades used by the military.

Oraph Winprey said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the color of his son's skin. There's been a speculation about who might have made an inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Megan's interview with Oraph Winprey.

A large march is due to begin aroud now in Mexico City to mark International Women'Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggested that almost 1,000 women were murdered last year because of their gender.

The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in the case implicated the President of Honduran Juan Orlando Hernandez. He denies taking brides to protect criminals.

And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have siged an initial agreement to lay undersea electricity cable linking the countries power grids. It will drown between Israel and the Greek island of Crete via Cyprus.

BBC news.
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A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former president, possibly clearing his way to run in the next June's election. He was barred from running office in 1918 when he was enprisoned for corruption, clearing the way for president ?'s victory.
A French girl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against the teacher has admitted lying and spreading false claims. The teacher was beheaded last year by an Islamic militant after showing cartoons of the prophet ? in an ethics class.
The UN is voicing deep concern for the fate of an unknown number of protesters in Myanmar who have been trapped by security forces in ?. Explosions have been heard in the area believed to be the sound of  stun grenade used by the military.
Winfrey Opra said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Juke of Edinbora who asked Prince Harry  about the colour of his son's skin. There's been speculation about who might have made the enquiry after Prince Harry and his wife's interview with Winfrey.
A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico city to mark the International Women's Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest more than a thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.
The trial of an alleged ? drug trafficker started in the US in a case that implicates the president ?. He denies to take bribe to protect criminals.
And Israel, Syprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable, linking the countries' power grid. It would drown between Israel and the Greek Island of ? via Syprus.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal conviction against the former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, possibly clearing his way to run in next year’s election. He was barred from running for office in 2018 when he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way of President Jair Bolsonaro’s victory.

A French school girl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against the teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad in an ethics class.

United Nations is voicing deep concern for fate of an unknown number of protesters in Myanmar, who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosion had been heard in the area, believed to be the sound of stun grenade used by the military.

Oprah Winfrey said it wasn’t Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the color of his son’s skin. There’s been speculation about who might have made the inquiry, after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan interviewed with Oprah Winfrey.

A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico City to mark International Women’s Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more actions from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figure suggests that almost 1,000 women were murdered last year because of their gender.

The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States. In a case that implicates the President Juan Orlando Hernández, he denies taking bribes to protect criminals.

And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their countries’ power grids. It will drown between Israel and the Greek island of Crete via Cyprus.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

A Supreme Court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former president *, possibly clearing his way to run in next year's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018 when he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way for President *'s victory.

A French schoolgirl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against a teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher * was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoons of the prophet Mohammed in an ethics class.

The United Nations is voicing deep concern for the fate of an unknown number of protesters in Myanmar who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosions have been heard in the area, believed to be the sound of stun grenades used by the military.

* has said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Duke Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the color of his son's skin. There's been speculation about who might have made the inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife *'s interview with *.

A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico City to mark International Women's Day amid tight security. Protesters are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest that almost a thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.

The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in a case that implicates the President of Honduras *. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.

And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay undersea electricity cable linking their countries' power grids. It will run between Israel and the Greek island of * via Cyprus.  

BBC News.
A supreme court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictions against the former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, possibly clearing his way to run in next June's election. He was barred from running for office in 2018 when he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way for President Jair Bolsonaro's victory.

A French schoolgirl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaign against a teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. The teacher, Samuel Paty, was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in an ethics class.

The United Nations is voicing deep concern for the fate of an unknown number of protestors in Myanmar who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon. Explosions that have been heard in the area believed to be the sound of stun grenades used by the military. 

Oprah Winfrey said it wasn't Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about the colour of his son's skin. There has been speculation about who might have made the inquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey. 

A large march is due to begin around now in Mexico City to mark International Women's Day amid tight security. Protestors are demanding more action from the government to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest that almost a thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.

The trial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States in a case that implicates the President of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernandez. He denies taking bribes to protect criminals.

And Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay an undersea electricity cable linking their countries' power grids. It would run between Israel and the Greek island of Crete via Cyprus.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-09

BBC news with Fiona McDonald
A Supreme Court judge in Brazil has annulled the criminal convictionsagainst the former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, possibly clearing hisway to run in next year’s election. He was barred from running for office in2018 when he was in prison for corruption, clearing the way for President JairBolsonaro’s victory.

A French schoolgirl accused of sparking a fatal online hate campaignagainst the teacher has admitted to lying and spreading false claims. Theteacher Samuel Paty was beheaded last year by an Islamist militant aftershowing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in an ethics class.

United Nations is voicing deep concern for the fate of unknown number ofprotesters in Myanmar who have been trapped by security forces in Yangon.Explosions are being heard in the area believed to be the sound of stun grenadesused by the military.

OprahWinfrey said it wasn’t Queen Elizabeth or the Duke of Edinburgh who asked Prince Harry about thecolor of his son’s skin. There’s been speculation about who might have made theinquiry after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Alarge march is due to begin around now in Mexico City to mark International Women’sDay amid tight security. Protestors are demanding more action from theirgovernment to combat gender-based violence. Official figures suggest that almosta thousand women were murdered last year because of their gender.

Thetrial of an alleged Honduran drug trafficker started in the United States. In acase that implicates the President of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernandez, hedenies taking bribes to protect criminals.

AndIsrael, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to their underseaelectricity cable linking their countries’ power grids. It would run between Israel and theGreek Island of Crete viaCyprus.
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