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The American Defense Secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President *, * refused to be drawn on whether Biden administration still planned to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state emergency has been declared in the U.S. city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday risking the spread of the coronavirus. The Mayor of Miami Beach said visitors had brought chaos and disorder to the city.     

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jabs amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there is no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain’s royal family is reviewing its diversity policy in the wake of racism allegations made by the Duke and duchess of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Megan in their interview with *.   

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor * has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Miss. * who was once imprisoned for her campaigning on women’s rights, revolutionized discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he is deeply disappointed by Turkey’s decision to pull out of an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara’s decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protested against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent * is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports of fairly low turnout partly due to a boycott by the country’s main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.         

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BBC news with Danielle Jalowiecka.

The American defense secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief an unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President Ghani,  Lloyd Austin refused to be drawn whether the Biden administration still plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the U.S city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami beach said visitors have brought chaos and disorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jab amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there is no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain's royal family is reviewing its diversity policy in the wake of racism allegation made by the Duke and Dutch of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan interviewed by Oprah Winfrey.

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor Nawal Saadawi has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Ms.Saadawi who was once in prison for her campaigning on women's rights revolutionized discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he is deeply disappointed by Turkey's decision to pull out an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara's decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports of fairly low turnout, partly due to a boycott by the country's main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Daniel Yaluyasga.

The American Defense Security has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President Ghani, Lloyd Austin refused to be drawn whether Biden administration still plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the US City Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami Beach said visitors brought chaos and disorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jab amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people who think there is no need because China has a largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain's royal family is reviewing its diverity policies in the wake of racist allegations made by the Duke and Dutch of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor Nawal EI Saadawi has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Mr. Saadawi who's once in prison for her campaigning on women's rights, revolutiionized discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he is deeply disappointed by Turkish decision to pull out an international accord designed protect women from violence. Ankara's decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where authoritarian incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports of fairly low turnout, partly due to a boycott by the country's main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.

BBC news.
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The American Defence Secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul.  After talks with President Ghani, Lloyd Austin refuses to be drawn on whether the Biden Administration still planned to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the US city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami Beach said visitors had brought chaos and disorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jabs amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there is no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain’s royal family is reviewing its diversity polices in the wake of racism allegations made by the Duke and Dutchess of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor Nawal El Saadawi has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Ms Saadawi who was once imprisoned for her campaigning on women’s rights, revolutionised discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he’s deeply disappointed by Turkey’s decision to pull out from an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara’s decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports for fairly low turnout partly due to a boycott by the country’s main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-22

1.   The American defence secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks withe President Gani, L.A. refused to be drawn on whether the Biden administration still plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

2.   A state of emergency has been declared in the U.S city of Miami thousands of tourists send for the annuel spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami beach said the city said visiters have brought chaos and disorder to the city.


3.   Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jab aimed the signs of relactands in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there's no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.


4.    Britain's royal family is reviewing its diversity policies in the week of racism allegations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work begun before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.


5.   The pioneering Egyptian writter and docter N.S. has died in Cairo at the age of 89.  Ms.S. who once was in prison for her campaigning on women's rights, revolutionized discussions on gender in Egypt.


6.   President Biden says he's deeply disappointed by Turkey's decision to pull out an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara's decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey  protest against the move.


7.   Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent Danny S.G. is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports for fairly low turnout, partly due to a boycutt by teh coutnry's main opposition party, and also due to concern over the fairness of the poll.

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The American defense secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afganistan during a brief unannounced visit to Karbul,after talks with president Gani,LA refused to be drawn on  whether the Biden administration still planned to withdraw troops from Afganistan by may.

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Chinese officials are appealing to  people to get a coronavirus jab amid signs of reluctants in the country to get vaccinated.Health experts in Beijing say many people think there is no need because China has largely brought the pandemic undercontrol.

Britain's loyal family is reviewing its diversity policies in the wake of `racism allegations made by the Duke and Dutchess of Sasex,the BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his Wife Megan in their interview with Opro Winfree.


The pioneering Egyption writer and docotr N has died in Kario at the age of 89,Miss A who is once imprisoned for her campaigning on women's rights,revolutionized discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he's deeply disappointed by Turkey's decision to pull out of an international accord designed to protect women from violence.Ankele's decions has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incubent DS is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years.Correspondents say there are reports for fairly low turnout,partly due to a boycot by the country main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fenes/fairness/ of the poll
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The American Defense Secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President G., L. Austin refused to be drawn on whether the Biden administration still plans to withdraw trops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the U.S. city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami Beach said visitos have brought chaos and misorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jab amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there's no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain's royal family is reviewing its diversity policies in the wake of racism allegations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.  The BBC has been told the work began before the remark made by Prince Harry and his wife Megan in their interview with Oprah W.

The pioneering Egyptain writer and doctor N. S. has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Ms. S. who was once emprisoned for her campaigning on women's rights, revolutionize discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he's deeply disappointed by Turkey's decision to pull out an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara's decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent D. S. G. is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports about fairly low turnout partly due to a boycott by the country's main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.

BBC News.
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The American Defense Secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President Ghani, Lloyd Austin refused to be drawn on whether the Biden administration still planned to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the US city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The Mayor of Miami Beach said visitors had brought chaos and disorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jab amid signs of reluctance in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there is no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain's royal family is reviewing its diversity policies in the wake of racism allegations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor Nawal El Saadawi has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Ms. El Saadawi, who was once imprisoned for her campaigning on women's rights, revolutionized discussions on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he is deeply disappointed by Turkey's decision to pull out of an international accord designed to protect women from violence. Ankara's decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports of fairly low turnout partly due to a boycott by the country's main opposition party and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.
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BBC News with Danielle Jalowiecka

The American Defense Secretary has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with President Ghani, Lloyd Austin refused to be drawn on whether the Biden Administration still plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

A state of emergency has been declared in the US city of Miami after thousands of tourists descended for the annual spring break holiday, risking the spread of coronavirus. The mayor of Miami beach said visitors have brought chaos and disorder to the city.

Chinese officials are appealing to people to get coronavirus jabs amid signs of reluctant in the country to get vaccinated. Health experts in Beijing say many people think there’s no need because China has largely brought the pandemic under control.

Britain’s royal family is reviewing its diversity policy in the wake of racism allegation made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The BBC has been told the work began before the remarks made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The pioneering Egyptian writer and doctor Nawal Saadawi has died in Cairo at the age of 89. Mr. Saadawi, who’s once in prison for her campaigning on women’s rights revolutionized discussion on gender in Egypt.

President Biden says he is deeply disappointed by Turkey’s decision to pull out of an international accord, designed to protect women from violence. Ankara’s decision has sparked condemnation with thousands in Turkey protesting against the move.

Polls have closed in the Republic of Congo where the authoritarian incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso is hoping to extend his rule of nearly 37 years. Correspondents say there are reports of fairly low turnout, partly due to a boycott by the country’s main opposition party, and also due to concerns over the fairness of the poll.

BBC news.
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