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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2021-11-7 17:28     标题: BBC 2021-11-07

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作者: 江城纸鸢a    时间: 2021-11-10 11:10

The XXX prime minister XXX has survived a drone attack on his home in the capital XXX. There reports at latest 6 of the prime minister's protection force were wounded. XXX himself was unhurted, and appeared on national television describing the unknown xxx as cowards.

Pro-democracy protesters in Sudan are hoping to bring large crowds out in cities across the country today in the first of two days of civil disobedience. Organizers say they hoped to persuade the military government to step back towards a transition to a civilian role.

As XXX UN climate change conference enters its final week, Britian's prime minister has urged delegates to drive for the line to agree on concerted action. XXX said bold compromises were needed to make COP26 a success.

Assistant dying has become legal in XXX. The change in law put XXX among a small but growing group of countries to legalize xxx.

A senior servile politician in XXX XXX has told the BBC that the intentions to create a new XXX, with drawing area from the country's official military force.

One of the world's biggest travel companies will no longer sell holidays that includes trips to see performing dolphins in XXX. Expedia says the decision follows consultation withs animal welfare charities.

A group of eminent Brazilian scientists awarded one of the country's highest distinctions have returned their medals, in protest at the exclusion to their colleagues by XXX. The president struggles them off the list in the xxx retaliation for their work, proving the efficacy of drug XXX for treating Covid-19.
作者: gengbart    时间: 2021-11-21 09:15

BBC News with Jerry Smith.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa * has survived a drone attack on his home in the capital Bagdad. There are reports that at latest six of the prime minister's protection force were wounded. Mr. * himself was unhurt and appeared on national television describing the unknown assailants as cowards.

Pro-democracy protesters in Sudan are hoping to bring large crowds out in cities across the country today in the first of two days of civil disobedience. Organizers say they hope to persuade the military government to step back towards a transition to civilian rule.

As Glasgow’s UN climate conference enters its final week, Britain’s Prime Minister has urged delegates to drive for the line to agree on concerted action. Boris Johnson said bold compromises were needed to make COP26 a success.

Assisted dying has become legal in New Zealand. The changing law put New Zealand among a small but growing group of countries to legalize euthanasia.

A senior Serb politician in Bosnia * has told the BBC that the intentions to create a new Serb army, withdrawing his area of Bosnia from the country's official military force.

One of the world's biggest travel companies will no longer sell holidays that include trips to see performing dolphins and whales. Expedia says the decision follows consultations with animal welfare charities.

A group of eminent Brazilian scientists awarded one of the country's highest distinctions have returned their medals, in protest at the exclusion of two of their colleagues by *. The President struck them off the list in an apparent retaliation for their work, proving the inefficacy of the drug * for treating Covid-19.

BBC News.




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