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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The United States has announced plans to ease tough air travel restrictions imposed 18 months ago to try to control the pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers from Brazil, China, India and many European nations will be able to board flights from early November. There is no decision yet on whether to admit adolescents who’ve only had one jab.      

The UN Secretary General says he is optimistic about the plan for rich nations to contribute a multi-billion fund to help poor countries tackle climate change. But Anthony * said that as yet, there were no commitments.   

Washington has cast doubt in the fairness of the trial in which a man credited with saving hundreds of lives during the Rwandan genocide was convicted of terrorism. The defendant, *, is a critic of the Rwandan President, and has denied involvement in any attacks.   

The United States has announced measures against seven Central American officials. It’s accused of undermining democracy and obstructing corruption investigations. Among the most prominent figures is Guatemala’s Chief Prosecutor, *. In July, she sacked the country’s chief anti-corruption investigator.  

The Lebanese parliament has approved the policy programs of the new government to end the country’s deep economic crisis. It includes negotiations with the International Monetary Fund and reforms that donor countries expect to be enacted.   

A Jihadist commander is said to have been killed in an airstrike in rebel-held territory in northwestern Syria. Reports say the man was from a group linked to Al-Qaida.

And German prosecutors have put a small new Nazi party under investigation for an election stunt in the Bavarian city of * at the weekend. The group place three fake corpses and blood-spattered body bogs on the street.            
  
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The United States has announced plans to ease tough air travel restrictions imposed 18 months ago to try to control the pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers from Brazil, China, India and many European nations will be able to board flights from early November. There is no decision yet on whether to admit adolescence who only have one jab.

The UN secretary of general says he is optimistic about the plan for richer nations to contribute to a multi-billion-dollar fund to help poorer countries tackle climate change. But António Guterres said as yet, there were no comments.

Washington has cast double on the fairness of the trial on which a man credited with saving hundreds of lives during the Rwanda genocide was convicted of terrorism. The defendant Paul Rusesabagina is a critic of the Rwandan President and has denied involvement in any of the attacks.

The United States has announced measures against seven Central American officials it accuses undermining democracy and obstructing corruption investigations. Among the most prominent figure is Guatemala's chief prosecutor Consuelo Porras. In July, he sacked the country's chief anti-corruption investigator.

The Lebanese parliament has approved the policy program of the new government to end the country's deep economic crisis. It includes negotiation with the International Monetary Fund, and reforms that donor countries expect to be enacted.

A Jihadist commander is said to have been killed in an airstrike in rebel-held territory in northeastern Syria. Reports say the man was from a group linked to Al-Qaeda.

And German prosecutors have put a small Neo-Nazi party under investigation for an election stunt in the Bavarian city of Würzburg at the weekend. The group places three fake corpses and blood-spattered body bogs on the street.

BBC news.
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The US has announced plans to ease tough air travel restrictions imposed eighteen months ago to try to control the pandemic. Fully vaccinated travellers from Brizil China, India and EU nations will be able to board flights from early November.There is no decision yet on whether to admit adolescents who have only had one jab.
The UN secretary general says he is optimistic about the plan for richer countries to contribute to a multi-billion-dollar fund to help poorer countries to tackle climate change, but ? said that as yet, there were no commitments.
Washington has cast doubt on the fairness of the trial in which a man credited with saving hundreds of lives during the Ruwanda genecide was convicted of terrorism。The defendant is a critic of the Ruwandan president and has denied any involvement in any attacks.
The US has announced measures against seven central American officials  it accuses of undermining democracy and obstructing corruption investigations. Among the most prominent figures is Guatamala's chief prosecutor. In July she sacked the country's chief anti-corruption investigator.
The Lebanese parliament has approved the policy program of the new government to end the country's deep economic crisis.It includes negotiations with the International Monetary Fund and reforms donar countries expect to be enacted.
A Jihadist commander is said to have been killed in an airstrike in rebel-held territory in northwestern Syria. Reports say the man was from a group linked to Iquada.
And German prosecutors have put a small neo-Nazi party under investigation for an election stunt in the Bavarian city of ? at the weekend. The group placed  three fake corpses and blood-spattered body bags on the street.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-09-21

The United States has announced plans to ease tough air travel restrictions imposed 18 months ago to try to control pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers from Brazil, China, India and many European nations will be able to board flights from early November. There is no decision yet to whether admit adolescents who only have one job.

The UN secretary general says he is optimistic about plans for rich nations to contribute to up to multi-billion fund to help poorer countries tackle climate change. But * said that as yet there were no commitments.


Washington has cast doubt on the fairness of the trail in which a man credit with receiving hundreds of lives during the * genocide was convicted of terrorism. The defendant *, is a critic of Rwanda president, has denied involvement in any attacks.


The United States has announced measures against seven central American officials accused of undermining democracy and obstructing corruption investigations. Among the most prominent figures are *'s chief prosecutor *.  In July, he sacked the country's chief investigator.


The Leonean's parliament has approved the policy program of the new country to end the country's deep economic crisis. It includes the negotiations with the international monetary fund and reforms donor's country expected to be enacted.


And Gihader's commander said to have been killed in an air strike in rebel-held territory in northwestern Syria. Reports say the man was in a group linked to Al Quade.


And German prosecutors have put a small new Nazi party under investigation for an election stunt in the * city of * at the weekend. The group placed three fake corpses and blood-spattered body bags on a street.

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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The United States has announced plans to ease tough air travel restrictions imposed 18  months ago to try to control the pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers from Brazil, China, India and many European nations will be able to board flights from early November. There is no decision yet on whether to admit adolescence who've only had one jab.

The UN Secretary of General says he's optimistic about the plan for rich nations to contribute a multi-billion-dollar fund to help poorer countries tackle climate change. But Antonio Guterres said as yet there were no comments.

Washington has cast doubt on the fairness of the trial on which a man credited with saving hundreds of lives during the Rwanda genocide was convicted of terrorism. The defendant, Paul Rusesabagina, is a critic of the Rwandan President and has denied involvement in any attacks.

The Unites States has announced measures against seven central American officials, it has accused of undermining democracy and obstructing corruption investigations. Among the most prominent figures is Guatemala's Chief Prosecutor Consuelo Porras. In July, he sacked the country's Chief Anti-corruption Investigator.

The Lebanese parliament has approved the policy program of the new government to end the country's deep economic crisis. It includes negotiations of the International Monetary Fund and reforms that donor countries expect to be enacted.

A Jihadist commander is said to be killed in an airstrike in rebel-held territory in northwestern Syria. Reports say the man was from a group linked to Al-Qaeda .

And Germany prosecutors have put a small neo-Nazi party under an investigation for an election stunt in the Bavarian of city Wurzburg at the weekend. The group places three fake corpses and blood-spattered body bags on the street.

BBC news.
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