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Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the 6-year war in Yemen. It proposes a UN supervising ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the propose, but Houthi rebel said it was nothing new.

The head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more produce of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca's example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor country was grotesque.

The European Union, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethnic uighurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government Yellow Vest Movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They are accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe, in 2018.

The United States government say it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its souther border. The White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the US want to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him "a moron". Yakerbu Ruchek could be jailed for three years. He decried president Anjai Duda over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three month of last year. It has also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about Covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accuse Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-23

BBC news

Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It proposed as UN supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Husi rebels supported by Iran. Initiative also includes reopening vital xx. Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the proposal. But Husi rebels said it was nothing xx.


The head of the World Health Organization xx has called on more produces of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca's example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.


The European Union, the US, Britian and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethinic Urges in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.


Protesters who took part in one of the  most violent events of the anti-government yellow vessel movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They are accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks the xx in 2018.


The United States government says it will ask authorities in Mexico and Guatimala to fight ways of reducing the flow of migrants and assylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House press secretary xx said the US wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.


A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him a xx. xx could be jailed for three years. He decried president xx over a tweet which failed to congratulate Jeo Biden on his election victory in November.


And Facebook says it has to save what more than 1.3 billion fake account in the final three months of last year. It also deleted millions of pieces of misinformaiton about covid-19 or vaccines. Critics  accused Facebook of allowing this information to thrive.


BBC news.

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BBC news with Gareth Barlow.

Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It proposed as a U.N supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initiative also includes re-opening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the U.N welcome the proposal, but Houthi rebel said it was nothing new.

The head of the World's Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more produce of coronavirus vaccines to file AstraZeneca example and license their technology to other manufactures. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor country was grotesque.

The European union, the U.S and Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs in Xin Jiang. Beijing announced countermeasures.

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events in anti-government yellow vest movements in France have gone on trial in Paris. They are accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe in 2018.  

The United States government said it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the U.S wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged of insulting the President by calling him a moron. Yakerbu Ruchek could be jailed for three years. He decried President Anjai Duda over a tweet, which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It's also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about Covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accused Facebook of allowing this information to thrive.

BBC news.
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BBC News with G. B.

Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It propses a UN-supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the proposal, but the Houthis rebels said it was nothing new.

The head of the World Health Organization T. has called on more produces of coronavirus vaccines to follow Astrazeneca's example and license their technology to other manufactures. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European Union, the U.S., Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of the alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.

Protesters who took part in the one of the most violent events of the anti-government yellow-vest movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They're accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe in 2018.

The United States government says it will ask the authorities in Mexican and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seeks reaching southern border. The White House Press Secretary J. P. said the U.S. wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the President by calling him a moron. Y. R. could be jailed for three years. He decried President A. D. over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And the Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 million fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It also deleted millions of pieces of misimformation about covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accuse Facebook of allowing misinformationt to thrive.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Gareth Barlow

Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the 6-year war in Yemen. It proposes a UN supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. Initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen’s government and the UN welcomed the proposal, but Houthi rebels said it was nothing new.

The head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more producers of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca’s example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European Union, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government Yellow Vest Movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They’re accused of smashing up one of the country’s most famous landmarks the Arc de Triomphe in 2018.

The United States government says it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the US wanted to help addressed the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the President by calling him a moron. Yakerbu Ruchek could be jailed for 3 years. He decried President Anjai Duda over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final 3 months of last year. It’s also deleted millions of pieces of information about Covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accuse Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-03-23

1.    Saudi Arabia has come up with a plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It proposes a U.N supervise ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran, the initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the U.N welcome the proposal, but Houti rebels said it was nothing new.

2.   The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has called on more produces of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca examples and license their technology to other manufactories. He said the growing gap in supply between the rich and poor chountries was grotesque.


3.   The European Union, the U.S, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of the alleged human rights abuses against the ethnic Uyghurs in Xingiang. Beijing announced countermeasures.


4.   Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government Yellow Vest movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They were accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomohe in 2018.


5.   The United States government says it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find way of reducing teh flow of migrants and asylem seekers reaching its southern border. The White House press secretary Jane S. said the U.S wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.


6.   A Polish writter and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him a moron. Y.Y. could be jailed for three years. He decried President A.D. over a twitte which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.


7.   And Facebook said it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines. Critics accuse Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.

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BBC news with Gareth Barlow.

Saudi Arab has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year-war in Yemen. It proposed as a UN supervising ceasefire between Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initivate also includes reopen vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the UN welcome the proposal, but Houthi rebel said it was nothing new.

The head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more produce of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European Union, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human right abuses against ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.

Protestors who took part in one of the most violent events in anti-government Yellow Vest Movement in France have gone trial in Paris. They are accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe in 2018.

The United States government said it would aske the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the folw of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the US wanted to help address the root causes. She said uncompained children were of particular concerned.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the President by calling him a moron. Yakerbu Ruchek could be jailed for three years. He decried President Anjai Duda over a tweet which failed to congratulate with Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It's also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about Covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accused Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.

BBC news.
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Saudi Arabia has come up with a plan that eyeed to end the 6-year war in Yemen,it proposes a UN supervised cease fire between the Saudi-backed government and Huthi rebels supported by Iran.The Initialtive also includes reopening vital air and sealings ,Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the proposal,but Huthi rebels said it was nothing new.

The head of world health organization TG has called on more produces of coronavirus vaccines to follow Astrazeneca's example and licenced their technology to other manufacturers.He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was growed task

The EU the US Britain and  Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses,against ethnic Urgurs in Xingjiang.Beijing announced countermeasures.

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government yellow vet movement in France,have gone trial in Paris,They are accused of smashing up one of the countries most famouse landmarks the Arced Trumph in 2018.

The US government says it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guadimara to find ways or reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border.The WhiteHouse press secretary James S said the US wanted to help address the root causes,she said unaccompanied children,were  of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him a moron,Y could be jailed for 3 years,he decried president AD,over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden won his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has to savewat more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final 3 months of last year,it also delted millions of pieces of missinformation about covid-19,or vaccines,critics accused Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.
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BBC news with Gareth Barlow
Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the 6-year war in Yemen. It proposes an UN supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. Initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen’s government and the UN welcomed the proposal. But Houthi rebels said it was nothing new.

The head of the World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more produces of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca’s example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European Unions, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government yellow vest movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They are accused of smashing up one of country’s most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe in 2018.

The United States Government says it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the US wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him a moron. Jakub Zulczyk could be jailed for 3 years. He described President Andrzej Duda over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final 3 months of last year. It’s also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accuse Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.
BBC news
BBC News with Garis Barlow.

Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It proposed a UN supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the UN welcome the proposal, but Houthi rebel said it was nothing new.

The head of the World's Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more produce of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca example and license their technology to other manufactures. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European union, the U.S., Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs in Xin Jiang. Beijing announced countermeasures.

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A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the President by calling him a moron. * could be jailed for three years. He decried President * over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It's also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about Covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accused Facebook of allowing misinformation to thrive.         

BBC News.
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Saudi Arabia has come up with a new plan designed to end the six-year war in Yemen. It proposes a UN-supervised ceasefire between the Saudi-backed government and Houthi rebels supported by Iran. The initiative also includes reopening vital air and sea links. Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the proposal, but Houthi rebels said it was nothing new.

The Head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called on more producers of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZeneca's example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.

The European Union, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on China because of the alleged human rights abuses against ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Beijing announced countermeasures. 

Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government yellow vest movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They were accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe, in 2018. 

The United States government says it will ask the authorities in Mexico and Guatemala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and asylum seekers reaching its southern border. The White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the US wanted to help address the root causes. She said unaccompanied children were of particular concern.

A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with insulting the president by calling him a moron. Jakub Zulczyk could be jailed for three years. He decried President Andrzej Duda over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory in November.

And Facebook says it has disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts in the final three months of last year. It's also deleted millions of pieces of misinformation about COVID-19 or vaccines. Critics accused Facebook of allowing this information to thrive.

[Homework]BBC 2021-03-23

BBC news

Saudi Arabia has come up a new plan design to end up a six-year war in Yemen. It proposes a UN supervised ceasefire between the Saudi backed government and  Husi rebels supported by Iran. Initiative also includes reopening vital air on ceilings. Yemen's government and the UN welcomed the proposal but Husi rebels said it was nothing to them.


The head of the World Health Oraganization xx has called on more producers of coronavirus vaccines to follow AstraZenica's example and license their technology to other manufacturers. He said the growing gap in supply between rich and poor countries was grotesque.


The European Union, the US, Britain and Canada have all imposed sanctions on  China because of alleged human rights abuses against ethinic Ugas in Xinjiang. Beijing announced counter measures.


Protesters who took part in one of the most violent events of the anti-government yellow vessel movement in France have gone on trial in Paris. They were accused of smashing up one of the country's most famous landmarks the xx in 2018.


The United States government says it will ask authorities in Mexico and Guatimala to find ways of reducing the flow of migrants and assulym seekers reaching its southern border. The White House press secretary xx said the US wanted to help address the root causes. She said the unaccompanied children were of particular concern.


A Polish writer and journalist has been charged with assulting the president by calling him a morone. xx  could be jailed for three years. He decried president xx over a tweet which failed to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory  in November.


And Facebook says it  has to say what more than 1.3 billion fake accounts over the last three month of last year. It's also deleting millions of pieces of misinformation about covid-19 or vaccines. Critics accused Facebook of allowing these misinformation to thrive.


BBC news.



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