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BBC News with Julie Candler.

The head of the U.S. Central Command, General *, has said in Kabul that the U.S. will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan troops if the Taliban continue their offensive. But he refused to say whether they would carry on after August 31st deadline, marking the formal end of the U.S. military mission. General * said the Taliban was wrong to believe their victory was inevitable, but he warned that the Afghan government faced hard days ahead.

The British politician in charge the climate summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world and there is an urgent need to stop temperature’s rising by more than 1.5 degree Celsius. * said more ambitions were needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.  

Tunisians have taken to the street of the capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand that the government to step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on a struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.

Nicaragua’s government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organizations off their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organizations critical of the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has appointed a Republican critic of the formal president Donald Trump to a special committee investigating the capitol riot on January 6th. * accepted the appointment despite his party’s leadership boycott the inquiry.   

One of Europe’s most famous streets, the * in Madrid has been added to UNESCO’s world heritage list together with the adjoining * Park. UN’s cultural organization described them as a landscape.  
  
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The head of the US central command has said in Karbul that US will continue airstrikes in support of the Afganistan troops if Taliban continue their offensive, but he refused to say whether they would carry on after the August thirty-first deadline marking the formal end of the US military mission. General ? said the Taliban were wrong to believe their victory was inevitable.But he warned the Afgan government faced  hard days ahead.
The British politician in charge of the climate summit in Glasgo in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world and there is an urgent need to stop temperatures rising by more than 1.5 degree celsius. ? said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.
Tunisians have taken to the streets of capital and other cities and towns to demand the government to step down as the coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.
? government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organizations of their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organizations critical of the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The speaker of the US house of representatives has appointed a republican critic of the former president Donald Trump to a special committee  investigating the capital riot on January the sixth. ? accepted the appointment despite his party's leadership boycott of the inquiry.
One of Europe's most famous streets the tree-lined ? in Madrid has been added to UNESCO's world heritage list together with ajoining ? Park. UN's cultural organization described them as a landscape.
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BBC news with Julie Candler.

The head of the U.S central command general Kenneth McKenzie has said in Kabul that the U.S will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan troops if the Taliban continue their offensive. But he refused to say whether they would carry on after August,31st deadline, marking the formal end of the U.S military mission. General McKenzie said the Taliban was wrong to believe their victory was inevitable, but he warned that the Afghan government faced hard days ahead.

The British politician in charge the climate summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world, and there is an urgent need to stop temperature’s rising by more than 1.5 degree Celsius. Alok Sharma said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.  

Tunisians have taken to the street of the capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand that the government to step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.

Nicaragua’s government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organizations off their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organizations critical of the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

The speaker of the U.S House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi has appointed a Republican critic of the formal president Donald Trump to a special committee investigating the capitol riot on January, 6th. Adam Kinzinger accepted the appointment despite his party’s leadership boycott the inquiry.   

One of Europe’s most famous streets, the tree-lined Paseo del Prado in Madrid has been added to UNESCO’s world heritage list together with the adjoining Retiro Park. UN’s cultural organization described them as a landscape.  

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1. The head of U.S central command general K,M, has said in Kabul that the U.S will continue airstricks in support of Afghan troops if Taliban continue their offensive. But he refused to say whether it will be carry on afte August the 31th deadline, marking the formal end of the U.S military mission. Mr.M. said Taliban were wrong to believe their victory was inevitable. but he warned the Afghan government faced hard day ahead.

2.   The British politician in charged the climate summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of globle warming can be seen around the world, and there's a urgent need to stop temperatures rising by more than 1.5 degree Celsius. A.Sh. said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.

3.    Tunisian have taken to the streets of capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand the government step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.

4.    Nigaragua's government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organizations' off their legal status, acusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGO are medical organizations critical the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

5.   The speaker of the U.S house representitives Nacy Palosi has appointed a Republican critic of former president Donald Trump to special committee and investigating the capitol riot on January the 6th. MK. accept the appointment despite his party's leadership boycott the inqury.

6.   One of Europ's most famous steets, the Tr. in Madrid, had been added in UNESCO's world heritage list, togethering with the adjoining G. park. The U.N's cultural organization described it a landscape.

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BBC news with Julia Candler
The head of the US Central Command, General Frank McKenzie, has said in Kabul that the US will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan troops if the Taliban continued their offensive. But he refused to say whether it would carry on after August 31st deadline, marking the formal end of the US military mission. General McKenzie said the Taliban were wrong to believe their victory was inevitable. But he warned that Afghan government faced hard days ahead.


The British politician in charge of the Climate Summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world and there's an urgent need to stop temperatures rising by more than 1.5 degree Celsius. Alok Sharma said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.


Tunisians have taken to the streets of the capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand the government step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in serval cities.


Nicaragua’s government has sought to strip 24 non-government organisations of their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organisations, critical of the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.  


The speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi has appointed a Republican critic of the former President Donald Trump to a special committee, investigating the Capitol riot on January 6th. Adam Kinzinger accepted the appointment despite his party’s leadership boycotted the inquiry.


One of Europe’s most famous streets, the Paseo del Prado boulevard in Madrid has been added to UNESCO’s world heritage list together with the adjoining Retiro Park. UN Cultural Organization described them as a landscape.
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BBC news with Julie Chandler.

The head of US Central Command General Kenneth McKenzie has said in Kabul that the US will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan troops if the Taliban continue their offensive. But he refused to say whether they carry on after August 31 deadline, marking the formal end of the US military mission. General McKenzie said the Taliban were wrong to believe their victory was inevitable, but he wanted the Afghan government faced hard days ahead.

The British politician in charge the climate summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world, and there is an urgent need to stop temperature's rising by more than one and half degree Celsius.  Alok Sharma said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.

Tunisians have taken to the streets of the capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand that the government step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.

Nicaragua's government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organizations off their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organizations critical of the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

The speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has appointed a Republican critic of the former President Donald Trump to a special committee investigating the capital riot on January 6. Adam Kinzinger accepted the appointment despite his party's leadership boycotted the inquiry.

One of Europe's most famous streets, the tree-lined Paseo del Prado in Madrid has been added to UNESCO's World Heritage list together with the adjoining Retiro Park. UN's cultural organization described them as a landscape.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Julie Candler.

The head of the U.S. Central Command, General Kenneth McKenzie, has said in Kabul that the U.S. will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan troops if the Taliban continue their offensive. But he refused to say whether they would carry on after August the 31st deadline, marking the formal end of the U.S. military mission. General McKenzie said the Taliban were wrong to believe their victory was “inevitable”, but he warned that the Afghan government faced hard days ahead.

The British politician in charge the climate summit in Glasgow in November says the impact of global warming can be seen around the world, and there is an urgent need to stop temperatures rising by more than one and a half degrees Celsius. Alok Sharma said more ambition was needed, particularly in phasing out the use of coal.  

Tunisians have taken to the street of the capital Tunis and other cities and towns to demand that the government to step down as coronavirus cases rise, putting further pressure on the struggling economy. There were clashes between protesters and police in several cities.

Nicaragua’s government has sought to strip 24 non-governmental organisations off their legal status, accusing them of financial irregularities. Most of the NGOs are medical organisations critical of the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has appointed a Republican critic of the formal president Donald Trump to a special committee investigating the Capitol riot on January, 6th. Adam Kinzinger accepted the appointment despite his party’s leadership boycott the inquiry.   

One of Europe’s most famous streets, the tree-lined Paseo del Prado in Madrid has been added to UNESCO’s world heritage list together with the adjoining Juan Retiro Park. The UN’s cultural organisation described them as “a landscape”.  

BBC news.
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