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About two million unvaccinated Austrians have been put into lockdown from midnight local time as authorities struggled to contain a serious coronavirus wave.Anyone over twelve who has not had two jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit doctors, exercise or buy essential shopping. In New Zealand teachers must receive at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with the students. Monday morning classes are about to begin and some schools said they struggled to get all stuff  vaccinated by the deadline.
Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on communal violence in ? state. Officials say they have promoted hostilities between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a Mosque.
Voting has ended in Burgaria's third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.
Voting is under way in mid-term elections in Argentina.The poll is an important test for president ? whose party suffered a recent major setback.
Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people it's transported there  with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Washow said NATA should become involved.
The British prime minister who chaired the UN climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that will suffer from global warming. ?' comments follow criticism about the final agreement which campaigners say was watered down after pressure from both countries.
It emerged that French president has ordered a change to one of France's preeminent symbols, its blue, white and red flag.The blue in the flags  used in the highest profile buildings has been changed from ? into marine, a darker shade.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-11-15

About 2 million unvaccinated Australians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time, as the authorities struggle to contain a series of coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who haven't had 2 jabs will only be able to leave home, to go to work, visit a doctor, exercise or buy essential shopping. In New Zealand, teachers must receive at least one doze of the covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with the students. Monday morning classes are about to begin and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on a communal violence in T state. Officials say they have promoted hospitality between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.


Voting has ended in Bogaria's third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low. Voting is underway in midterm elections in Argentina. Reports on an important test for president L whose P's party suffered a recent major setback.


Poland says Y is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing people it transports with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw said NATO should be involved.


The British minister who chaired the UN climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that were suffered from global warming. A's comments follow criticism of final agreements which campaigners say was water done  after pressure from both countries.


It is emerged that president Macaron has ordered a change to one of France's preeminent symbols-its blue white red flag.  The blue and red flags that have been used in highest profile buildings has been changed from cobble into marine, a darker shade.


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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

About two million unvaccinated Australians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time as the authorities struggle to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who have not had 2 jabs will only be able to leave home, to go to work, visit a doctor, exercise or buy essential shopping.

In New Zealand, teachers must receive at least one doze of the covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on the communal violence in * state. Officials say they have promoted hostility between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.

Voting has ended in Bulgaria’s third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low. Voting is underway in midterm elections in Argentina. The poll is an important test for President * whose * Party suffered a recent major setback.

Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people it transports there with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.

The British minister who chaired the UN climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that were suffered from global warming. *'s comments follow criticism about the final agreement which campaigners say was watered down after pressure from both countries.

It is emerged that President Emmanuel Macaron has ordered a change to one of France's preeminent symbols, its blue, white and red flag.  The blue in the flags used in the highest profile buildings has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker shade.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

About 2 million unvaccinated Austrians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time, as the authorities struggle to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who has not had 2 jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit a doctor, exercise, or buy at central shopping.

And New Zealand teachers must receive at least 1 dose of the Covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning classes are about to begin and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on the communal violence in Tripura State. Officials say they have promoted hostility between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.

Voting has ended in Bulgaria’s 3rd parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.

Voting is underway in mid-term elections in Argentina. The poll is an important test for President Alberto Fernández, whose xxx party suffered a recent major setback.

Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people it has transported there with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.

The British Minister who chaired the UN climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that would suffer from global warming. Alok Sharma’s comment followed criticism about the final agreement, which campaigners say was watered down after pressure from both countries.

It has emerged that president Emmanuel Macron has ordered a change to one of France’s permanent symbols: its blue, white, and red flag. The blue in the flag used in the highest profile buildings has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker shade.

BBC news.
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1.About two million unvaccinated Australians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time as their authorities struggled to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who has not had two jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit a doctor, excecise or buy central shopping.

2. In New Zealand, teachers must have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning, classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to have all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

3.Two Indian journalists had been detained for reporting on the [communal公共的] violence in [Tripura] state. Official said they had promoted hostility between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an allledged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.

4.Voting is ended in V's thrid parliamentary elelction this year. Reports said turnout has been very low. Voting is underway in mid-term election in Argentina. The poll [is an] important test for president  A whose ? party suffered a recent major setback.

5.Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant [incursion] across the border, providing the people had transported there with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.

6.The British minister who cheered the UN climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that were suffered from global warming. A's comment followed criticism about the final agreement which compaigners said was [watered down参水的] after pressure from both countries.

7.It's emerged that president D has ordered a change to one of France's preeminent symbols, its blue, white and red flag. The blue in the flag used in the highest-profile buildings, has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker [shade].

BBC News.

[Homework]BBC 2021-11-15

BBC news with Fiona McDonald
About 2 million unvaccinated Australians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time as the authorities struggled to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who has not had two jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit doctors, exercise, or buy essential shopping.


In New Zealand, teachers must receive at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.


Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on the communal violence in Tripura State. Official say they had promoted hostility between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.


Voting has ended in Bulgaria’s third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.


Voting is underway in midterm elections in Argentine. The poll is an important test for President Alberto Fernandez whose Peronist Party suffered a recent major setback.


Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people it’s transported there with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.


The British Minister who chaired the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that will suffer from global warming. Alok Sharma’s comments follow criticism about the final agreement which campaigners say was watered down after pressure from both countries.


It’s emerged that President Emmanuel Macron has ordered a change to one of France’s preeminent symbols, its blue, white and red flag. The blue in the flag used on highest-profile buildings has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker shade.
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1.    About 2 million unvaccinated Austrians would be put into lockdown from midnight local time, as the authorities struggled to contain serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 20 which not had 2 jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit doctor, exercize or buy essential shoping.

2.   In New Zealand, teachers must receive at least one doze of Covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning, classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

3.   Two Indian journalists had been detained for reporting on the communal violence in T. state. Officals say they had promoted hostility between religious groups. THe women had gathered information about alleged right-wing hindu attack on a mosque.

4.   Voting is ended in Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.

5.   Voting is underway in midway election in Argentina. The poll is an important test for president Albeto Fernadis, whose ? party suffured a recent major setback.

6.   Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border. providing the people it's transported there with equipment to help them breakthrough the border fence. More source said NATO should come involved.

7.   A British minister who chaired teh U.N. climate conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to counties that were suffered from global warming. A.S.'s comments follow criticism about the final agreement which campaigner say was water down after pressure from both countries.

8.   It's emerged that President Emmanue Macron has ordered a change to one of France's preeminent symbols, it's blue, white and red flag. The blue in the flag used in the highest profile buildings has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker shade.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

About two million unvaccinated Australians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time, as the authorities struggled to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who has not had two jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, visit doctors, exercise, or buy essential shopping.

In New Zealand, teachers must receive at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on the communal violence in Tripura State. Officials say they had promoted hostility between religious groups. The women had gathered information about an alleged right-wing Hindu attack on a mosque.

Voting has ended in Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.

Voting is underway in midterm elections in Argentina. The poll is an important test for President Alberto Fernandez, whose Peronist Party suffered a recent major setback.

Poland says Belarus is planning a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people it's transported there with equipment to help them break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.

The British Minister who chaired the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow says India and China must explain themselves to countries that were suffered from global warming. Alok Sharma’s comments follow criticism about the final agreement, which campaigners say was watered down after pressure from both countries.

It’s emerged that President Emmanuel Macron has ordered a change to one of France’s preeminent symbols, its blue, white and red flag. The blue in the flag used on highest-profile buildings has been changed from cobalt into marine, a darker shade.

BBC news.
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About two million unvaccinated Austrians will be put into lockdown from midnight local time as the authority struggled to contain a serious coronavirus wave. Anyone over 12 who does not have two jabs will only be able to leave home to go to work, (visit a) doctor, exercise or buy essential shopping.

And New Zealand teachers must receive at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine if they want to continue to work with their students. Monday morning, classes are about to begin, and some schools said they expected to struggle to get all staff vaccinated by the deadline.

Two Indian journalists have been detained for reporting on the (communal) violence in () state. Officials say they have promoted hostility between religious groups. The women have gathered information about an alleged right-wing (Hindu) attack on the mosque.

Voting has ended in Bulgaria’s third parliamentary election this year. Reports say turnout has been very low.

Voting is underway in mid-term election in Argentina. The poll is an important test for President Alberto Fernandez, whose Peronist party suffered a recent major setback.

Poland says Belarus is planning to a big migrant incursion across the border, providing the people its transport () there with the equipment to help them to break through the border fence. Warsaw says NATO should become involved.

The British minister who chaired the UN climate conference says India and China must explain themselves to countries that will suffer from global warming. Alex Sharma’s comments follow criticism of the final agreement which campaigners say was watered-down after pressure from both countries.

It’s emerged the President Emmanuel Macron has ordered a change to one of France’s most preeminent symbols, its blue, red and white flag. The blue in the flags used in the highest profile buildings has been changed from (cobalt) into (marine), a darker shade.
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