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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

President Biden has told Americans they no longer need masks outdoors once fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country’s progress against Covid by taking his first walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authorities still recommend wearing them indoors and at crowded events.

There’s been a mark increase in the US consumer confidence that the monthly index rising to its highest level in over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India under recorded coronavirus deaths as the country continues to be xxx by a new wave of infections. The official figures now approaching 200,000 only include hospital deaths. Other sources indicate that the toll could be twice as high.

The senators in Brazil and other of the worst-hit countries have opened into the query xxx government handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into President Bolsonaro’s attempt to stop lockdown.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man xxx Brown Jr. in North Carolina last week. His lawyer said he was shot 4 times in the arm and xxx by a bullet in the head.

There has been an appeal for urgent aid as xxx health countries in the western central Africa. The UN charities, Islamist violence, and the resulting replacement left 26 million people needing help, including food aid.

The European parliament has voted on the ratification of the new trade cooperation agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament president has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

And parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will xxx private foundations run state universities and xxx institutions. Critics say the change xxx in an attempt to xxx ideology for the government xxx Party.

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President Biden has told Americans they no longer need wearing masks outdoors once they are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against Covid by taking his first walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authorities still recommend wearing them indoors and at crowded events.

There's been a mark increase in the US consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to its highest level in over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India has under-recorded its coronavirus deaths as the country continues to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure,now approaching 200,000, only include hospital deaths. Other sources indicate that the toll could be twice as high.

The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst hit countries, have opened an inquiry into government handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into president B's attempts to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man Andrew Brown Jr. in North Carolina last week. His lawyer said he was shot 4 times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There has been an appeal for urgent aid for Saharan countries in the Western and Central Africa. The UN and charity say Islamist violence and the resulting replacement have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.

The European Parliament has voted on the ratification of the new Trade Cooperation Agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament president has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

And Parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private foundations run state universities and culture institutions. Critics say the change is an attempt to extend the right-wing ideology for the governing Fidesz Party.
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President Biden has told Americans that they no longer need to wear masks outdoor once they are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against COVID by taking his first work at White House with no face covering. But authorities still recommended wearing them indoors under crowded events.

There's been a marked increase in US consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to its highest level over a year.  Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India has under recorded coronavirus death as the country continues to be in gulf by new wave of infections. The official figure now approaching 200000, only includs hospital death. Other sources indicate the total could be twice as high.

The Senate in Brazil, another of the worstest countries, has opened to the inquery country's handling the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into president *'s attempt to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man * in North Carolina last week. His lawyer said he was shot four times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There has been a fuel for urgent aid for * country in west-central Africa. The UN charity say Islamistic violence and the resulting displacement has left 29 million people needing help including *.

The European parliament has voted on the ratification of the new trade in cooperation agreement with Britian. The result will be known on Wednesday. A parliament president has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

And Parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private-led foundations run state universities and cultrual institions. Critics say the changes are in the attempt to extend the right-wing ideology of the governing * Party.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-04-28

BBC news

President Biden has told Americans they no longer need wear masks outdoors once they are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against covid by taking his first work at the White House with no facing covering. But still recommend wearing them indoors under crowded events.


There has been a marked increase in the US consumer condifence with the monthly index raising to its highest level over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.


There are suggestions in India that they are underrecorded its coronavirus death as the country continued to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure now approaching 200,000 only includes hospital death. Other source indicated the total could be twice as high.


The senate in Brazil, another of the worst hit countries has opened an inquiry into the government handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into president xx's attemp to stop lock down.


The FBI has began an investigation into the police killing of a black man xx in North Carolina last week. His lawyer say he was shot four times in the arm and then killed by a bullit in the head.


There has been an appeal for urgent aid for xx countries in western central africa. The UN and charity see Islamist violence and the result in displacement have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.


The European parliament has voted on  the retificaiton of the new trade and coorperation agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The parliament president has warned London not to backslide on the accord.


And parliament in Hungary has passed a law that will let private foundations run state universities and cultural institutions. critics say the changes and the attempt to extend the right wing ideology of the governing xx party.


BBC news

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[Homework]BBC 2021-04-28

BBC news with Fiona McDonald
President Biden has told Americans they no longer need to wear mask outdoors once are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country’s progress against covid by taking his first work at the White House with no face covering. But the authority still recommended wearing them indoors under crowded events.


There has been a marked increase in US consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to its highest level in over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.


There are suggestions that Indian has under-recorded its coronavirus deaths as the country continues to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure now approaching 200,000, only includes hospital deaths. Other sources indicated the total could be twice as high.  


The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst-hit countries, has opened an inquiry into the governmental handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into President Bolsonaro’s attempt to stop lockdowns.


The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man Andrew Brown Junior in North Caroline last week. His lawyers say he was shot 4 times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.  


There has been an appeal for urgent aid for Sahel countries in Western Central Africa. The UN and charity say Islamist violence and the resulting displacement have led 29 million people needing help, including food aid.


The European Parliament has voted on the ratification of the new trade and cooperation agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament President has warned London not to back slide on the accord.  


And Parliament in Hungary has passed laws that’ll let private foundations run state universities and cultural institutions. Critics say the change has attempted to extend the right-wing ideology of the governing Fidesz party.
BBC news
                                                   
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BBC news with Fiona McDonlad.

President Biden has told Americans they no longer need wear masks outdoors once they are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against covid by taking his first walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authorities still recommend wearing them indoors and at crowded events.

There's been a mark increase in the US consumer confidence with monthly index rising to the highest level over the year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India has under recorded its coronavirus death as the country continues to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure, now approaching 200,000, only includes hospital death. Other sources indicate that the toll could be twice as the high.

The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst hit countries, has open an inquire into government handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into President Bolsonaro attempts to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of the black man Andrew Brown Jr. in North Carolina last week. His lawyer say he was shot four times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There's been an appeal for urgent aid for Saharan countries in the Western and Central Africa. The UN and the charity say Islamist violence and the resulting displacement have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.

The European Parliament has voted on the ratification of the new Trade Cooperation Agreement with Britain. Result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament President has warned London not backslide on the accord.

And parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private foundations run state universities and culture institutions. Critics say the changes is an attempt to extend the right-wing ideology for the governing Fidesz Party.

BBC news.
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President Biden has told Americans they no longer need to wear masks outdoors once they are fully vaccinated,he celebrated the country's progress against the covid by taking his first walk at the Whitehouse ,with no face covering,but the authority still recommend wearing them in doors under crowded events.

There's been a marked increase in US  consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to its highest level in over a year,google has reportedly strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that  India's underrecorded its coronavirus deaths,as the country continued to be engulfed by a new wave of infections,the official figure now  approaching 200 thousand only includes hospital death,other sources indicted the total could be twice as high.

The centers in Brazil,another of the worst hit countries,has opened an inquiry into the government's handling of the pandemic,among other things ,the panel will look into president B's attempts to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into a police killing of a black man AB Junior,in north Caronina last week,his lawyers say he was shot four times in the arm,and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There's been an appeal for urgent aid for Saheral countries in western central Africa,the UN and Charities say Islamist violence  and resulting displacement,have left 29 million people needing help,including food aid.

The Eu parliament has voted on the radification of the new trade and corporation agreement with Britain,the result will be known on Wednesday,the parliament's president has warned London not to back slide on the accord.

And parliament in Hungry has passed laws that'll let private foundations,run state universities and culture institutions,critics say the change is on the attempt to extend the right wing ideaology of the governing Fedx party.
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BBC news of Fiona McDonald.

President Biden has told Americans they no longer need wear masks outdoors once they are fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against Covid by taking his first walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authorities still recommend wearing them indoors and at crowded events.

There's been a mark increase in the U.S consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to the highest level over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India has under recorded its coronavirus death as the country continues to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure, now approaching 200,000, only includes hospital death. Other sources indicate that the toll could be twice as high.

The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst-hit countries, has open an inquire into government handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into President Bolsonaro's attempts to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing a black man Andrew Brown Jr. in North Carolina last week. His lawyer say he was shot four times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There's been an appeal for urgent aid for Saharan countries in the Western and Central Africa. The UN and charity say Islamist violence and the resulting displacement have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.

The European Parliament has voted on the ratification of the new Trade and Cooperation Agreement with Britain. Result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament President has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

And parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private foundations run state universities and culture institutions. Critics say the changes is an attempt to extend the right-wing ideology of the governing Fidesz Party.

BBC news.
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1.   President Biden has told Americans that they no longer need wear masks outdoors once they fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against COVID by taking his fist walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authority still reconmend wearing them indoors under crowded events.

2.   There has been a marked increase in U.S consumer confidence with a monthly index raising to its highest level in over a year. Google has reported strong profits and revenue for the first quarter.

3.    There's a suggestion that India has under recorded its coronavirus death as the country continued to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figue now approaching 200,000 only includes hospital death, other sourcees indicate the total could be as twice as high.

4.   The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst countries, has opened an inquriy into the goverment's handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into president Bolsonaru's attemps to stop lockdowns.

5.   The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man, Andrew Brown Junior, in north Carolina last week. His lawyer say he was shot four times in the arm and killed by a bullet in the head.

6.   There has been an appeal for urging aid for Sahel countries in western central Arica. The U.N and charity say the Islamist violence adn resulting displacements have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.

7.   The European parliment has voted on a ratifucation of a new trade incorperation agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The parliament president has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

8.   And parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private foundations  run state universities and cultural institutions. Critics say the change is an attempt to extend rightwing ideology of the governing Fidesz party.
BBC News of Fiona McDonald.

President Biden has told Americans they no longer need wear masks outdoors once fully vaccinated. He celebrated the country's progress against Covid by taking his first walk at the White House with no face covering. But the authorities still recommend wearing them indoors and in crowded events.

There's been a marked increase in U.S. consumer confidence with the monthly index rising to its highest level in over a year. Google has reported strong profit and revenue for the first quarter.

There are suggestions that India has under-recorded its coronavirus deaths as the country continues to be engulfed by a new wave of infections. The official figure now approaching 200,000 only include hospital deaths. Other sources indicate that the toll could be twice as high.

The Senate in Brazil, another of the worst-hit countries, has opened an inquiry into the government’s handling of the pandemic. Among other things, the panel will look into President *'s attempt to stop lockdowns.

The FBI has begun an investigation into the police killing of a black man Andrew Brown * in North Carolina last week. His lawyer said he was shot 4 times in the arm and then killed by a bullet in the head.

There’s been an appeal for urgent aid for Saharan countries in Western Central Africa. The UN and charity say Islamist violence and the resulting displacement have left 29 million people needing help, including food aid.

The European Parliament has voted on the ratification of the new trade incorporation agreement with Britain. The result will be known on Wednesday. The Parliament President has warned London not to backslide on the accord.

And Parliament in Hungary has passed laws that will let private foundations run state universities and culture institutions. Critics say the change is an attempt to extend the right-wing ideology of the governing * Party.

BBC News.
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