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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2021-7-21 08:03     标题: BBC 2021-07-21

BBC 20210721

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作者: molybdenum    时间: 2021-7-21 10:58

There has been a severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic imgages of passengers and flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zhengzhou, with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swepted along streets, inundated by fast-flowing water.

The US climate envoy John Carrie has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle global warming. In a speech in London Mr. Carrie said countries couldn't afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.

A list of reports on the use of hacking software sold by an Israeli firm suggest current and former world leaders were among those whose homes may have been targeted. The Washington Post says President of France, South Africa and Iraq were on the list, along with the king of Moroco and several prime ministers.

The South African authorites say that at least 4,000 busineses in K  Natal Province were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of the former president Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damage to businesses in John Hanisberg were still been accessed.

Haiti's new prime minister Alia Lauri is formally taking office nearly 2 weeks after the country's President J were shot dead in an attack on his residence in the captical Port au Prince. The late president had named Mr. as prime minister shortly before his assassination. But Mr. Lauri's swearing-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haisian media.

A former advisor to Donald Trump has been arrested and charged with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr. Trump's 2017 inaugural committee has also been charged with obstruction of justice.
作者: angle813    时间: 2021-7-21 11:33

BBC news of Fiona McDonald.

There has been a severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic images of passengers and flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zheng Zhou, with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swept along streets, inundated by fast-flowing water.

The U.S climate envoy John Carrie has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle global warming. In a speech in London, Mr. Carrie said countries couldn't afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.

A list of reports on the use of hacking software sold by an Israeli firm suggests current and former world leaders were among those whose homes may have been targeted. The Washington Post says President of France, South Africa and Iraq were on the list, along with the king of Morocco and several Prime Ministers.

The South African authorities say that at least 4,000 businesses in KwaZulu-Natal Province were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of the former President Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damage to businesses in Johannesburg were still been accessed.

Haiti's new prime minister Ariel Henry has formally taken office, nearly two weeks after the country's President Jovenel Moïse were shot dead in an attack on his residence in the capital Port-au-Prince. The late President had named Mr.Henry as prime minister shortly before his assassination. But Mr. Henry's swear-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haitian media.

A former advisor to Donald Trump has been arrested and charged with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr. Trump's 2017 inaugural committee has also been charged with obstruction of justice.

BBC news.
作者: missguigui    时间: 2021-7-21 12:41     标题: [Homework]BBC 2021-07-21

BBC news with Fiona McDonald
There has been severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic images of passengers on flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zhengzhou with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swept to long streets inundated by fast flowing water.


The US climate envoy John Kerry has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fears to tackle global warming. In a speech in London, Mr Kerry said countries couldn’t afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.


A list of reports on the use of hacking software sold by an Israeli company suggested current and former world leaders were among those whose phones may have been targeted. The Washington Post says that presidents of France, South Africa, Iraq were on the list along with the King of Morocco and several prime ministers.


The South African authorities say that at least 40,000 businesses in Kwa Zulu-Natal Province were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damages to businesses in Johannesburg were still being assessed.


Haiti’s new Prime minister Ariel Henry has formally taken office nearly 2 weeks after the country’s President Jovenel Moise was shot dead in an attack on his residence in the capital Port-au-Prince. The later president had named Mr Henry as the Prime Minister is shortly before his assassination. But Mr Henry’s sworn-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haitian media.  


A former advisor to Donald Trump has been arrested in charge with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Amirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr Trump’s 2017 inaugural committee has also been charged with obstruction of justice.
BBC news


                                                   
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作者: FairChen    时间: 2021-7-21 18:58

BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

There has been severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic images of passengers on flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zhengzhou with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swept to long streets inundated by fast-flowing water.

The US climate envoy John Kelly has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle the global warming. In the speech in London, Mr. Kelly said countries couldn't afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.

A list of reports on the use of hacking software sold by a Israeli firm suggested current and former world leaders were among those whose phones may have been targeted. Washington Post says that presidents of France, South Africa and Iraq were on the list along with the King of Morocco and several prime ministers.

The South African authorities say that at least 40,000 business in Kwa-Zulu Natal Province where were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of the former President Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damage to businesses in Johannesburg was still being assessed.  

Haiti's new Prime Minister Ariel Henry has formally taken office nearly two weeks after the country's President Jovenel Moise was shot dead in an attack on his residence in the capital Port-au-Prince. The late President had named Mr. Henry as the Prime Minister shortly before his assassination. But Mr. Henry's swearing-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haitian media.

A former adviser to Donald Trump has been arrested in charge with illegal lobbying on behalf of the United Emirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr. Trump's 2017 inaugural committee, has also been charged with obstruction of justice.

BBC news.
作者: borisshao    时间: 2021-7-21 20:49

BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

There has been severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic images of passengers in flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zhengzhou, with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swept along streets, inundated by fast-flowing water.

The U.S. climate envoy John Kerry has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle global warming. In a speech in London, Mr. Kerry said countries couldn't afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.

The latest reports on the use of hacking software sold by an Israeli firm suggests current and former world leaders were among those whose phones may have been targeted. The Washington Post says the President of France, South Africa and Iraq were on the list, along with the King of Morocco and several Prime Ministers.

The South African authorities say that at least 40,000 businesses in KwaZulu-Natal Province were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damage to businesses in Johannesburg was still being accessed.

Haiti's new Prime Minister Ariel Henry has formally taken office, nearly two weeks after the country's President, Jovenel Moïse, were shot dead in an attack on his residence in the capital, Port-au-Prince. The late President had named Mr. Henry as Prime Minister shortly before his assassination. But Mr. Henry's swear-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haitian media.

A former advisor to Donald Trump has been arrested and charged with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr. Trump's 2017 inaugural committee has also been charged with obstruction of justice.

BBC news.
作者: borisshao    时间: 2021-7-28 13:15

BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

There has been severe flooding in the central Chinese province of Henan. Unverified video footage shows dramatic images of passengers in flooded subway trains in the provincial capital Zhengzhou, with water up to their shoulders. Other video shows cars and people being swept along streets, inundated by fast-flowing water.

The U.S. climate envoy John Kerry has warned that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle global warming. In a speech in London, Mr. Kerry said countries couldn't afford to wait for the end of the pandemic before facing up to the climate crisis.

The latest reports on the use of hacking software sold by an Israeli firm suggests current and former world leaders were among those whose phones may have been targeted. The Washington Post says the President of France, South Africa and Iraq were on the list, along with the King of Morocco and several Prime Ministers.

The South African authorities say that at least 40,000 businesses in KwaZulu-Natal Province were affected by the recent unrest and looting that broke out after the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. A government minister said the damage to businesses in Johannesburg was still being accessed.

Haiti's new Prime Minister Ariel Henry has formally taken office, nearly two weeks after the country's President, Jovenel Moïse, were shot dead in an attack on his residence in the capital, Port-au-Prince. The late President had named Mr. Henry as Prime Minister shortly before his assassination. But Mr. Henry's swear-in was opposed by civil society groups and Haitian media.

A former advisor to Donald Trump has been arrested and charged with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates. Tom Barrack, who chaired Mr. Trump's 2017 inaugural committee has also been charged with obstruction of justice.

BBC news.




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