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European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a flight within the block was diverted to Minsk as journalist directed. The EU has also said it would extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarus authorities in response to the detension of *. Earlier, the journalist depict a video, apparently confesting to organizing mass protests against the Belarus president. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him, Mr. * said he was cooperating with the investigators.

There's been widespread international condemnation of what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali's transitional president * and the prime minister *.

The futures of Italian * has been arrested in Brazil. He's one of the bosses of the *, the club in * and organize major drug trafficking operations. Known as the cocaine king of *, * has been run since the middle of 1990s.

US Olympic offciials say they are confident their atheletes will be able to take part safely in the Tokyo games. Despite the US goverment advice not to travel to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in COVID-19 infections.

Peru's arm forces say the members of the shining path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in * province.  France * has ordered the deployment of security forces to the area.

The Australian government has been accused of prioritazing celeribities over thousands of separated familiies during the pandemic. Australia closed its border to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens but man celebirities and sport stars have been able to travel under special exemptions.
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BBC News with *.

European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian Airlines after a flight within the block was diverted to Minsk and a journalist arrested. The EU has also said it would extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarusian authorities in response to the detention of *. Earlier, the journalist appeared in a video apparently confessing to organizing mass protests against the Belarusian President. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him, Mr. * said he was cooperating with investigators.   

There’s been widespread international condemnation at what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali’s transitional President * and the Prime Minister *.

The fugitive Italian mobster, *, has been arrested in Brazil. He is one of the bosses of the *, the Calabrian mafia and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as the cocaine king of Milan, * has been on the run since the mid-1990s.   

U.S. Olympic officials say they are confident their athletes will be able to take part safely in the Tokyo games despite U.S. government advice not to travel to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in Covid-19 infections.

Peru’s armed forces say the members of the Shinning Path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in * province. President * has ordered the deployment of security forces to the area.  

The Australian government’s been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of separated families during the pandemic. Australia closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens. But many celebrities and sport stars have been able to travel under special exemptions.     

BBC News.
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1.    European leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a fight within the block was diverted to Minsk and journalist arrested. The E.U has also said it will extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarusian authorities in response to the detention of Roman Protasevich. Earlier, the journalist appeared in a video, apparently confessing to organizing mass protests against hte Belarusian president.  In a statement which appeared to have been prepare for him, Mr.Protasevich said he was cooperating with investigators.

2.   There has been widespread international condemnations of what appeared to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, E.U and others demanded the release of Mali's transitional president B.D. and prime minister M.H.

3.   The fugitive Italian mobster R.M. has been arrested in Brazil. He's one of the bosses of the A., the Calabian mafia and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as "the cocain king of M.", M. has been on a run since the mid-1990s.

4.   The U.S Olympic officials said they are confident that their athletes will be able to take part safely in the Tokyo games despite U.S government advise not to travel to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a serge in Covid-19 infections.

5.   Peru's arm forces say the members of Shining Path rebel groups have killed at least 14 people in an attack in H. province. Presdient Fransisco S. had ordered the deployement of the security forces to the area.

6.   The Austrilian government has been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of seperated families during the pandemic. Australia closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited returns of its own citizens, but many celebrities and sports stars have been able to travel under special exemptions.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-05-25 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a flight within the block was diverted to Minsk and journalist arrested. The EU has also said will extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarus authorities in response to the detention of Raman Pratasevich. Earlier the generalist appeared in the video apparently confessing to organizing mass protests the Belarusion president. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him, Mr. Pratasevich said he was cooperating with investigators.

There has been wide spread international condemnation of what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali’s transitional president Bah Ndaw and the prime minister Moctar Ouane.

The () Italian mob star Rocco Morabito has been arrested in Brazil, he is one of the bosses of the Ndrangheta, the club in Mafia and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as the cocaine king of Milan, Morabito has been on a run since the mid-1990s.

US Olympic official say they are confident that athletes will be able to take part safely in the  Tokyo’s games despite US government advised not to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in Covid-19 infections.

Peru’s and forces said the members of the Shining Path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in Ene province. President Francisco Sagasti has ordered that the deployment of security forces to the area.

The Australia government has been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of separated families during the pandemic. Australia closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens. But many celebrities and sports stars have been able to travel under special ().
                                                   
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BBC news with Morro Olderson.

European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a flight within the bloc was diverted to Minsk and journalist arrested. The EU has also said will extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarus authorities in response to the detention of Raman Pratasevich. Earlier, the generalist appeared in the video apparently confessing to organizing mass protests against the Belarusian president. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him, Mr. Pratasevich said he was cooperating with investigators.

There has been widespread international condemnation of what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali’s transitional president Bah N'Daw and the prime minister Moctar Ouane.

The fugitive Italian mob star Rocco Morabito has been arrested in Brazil. He is one of the bosses of the Ndrangheta, the club in Mafia and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as the cocaine king of Milan, Morabito has been on the run since the mid-1990s.

U.S Olympic officials say they are confident that athletes will be able to take part safely in the Tokyo’s games despite US government's advice not to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in Covid-19 infections.

Peru’s armed forces said the members of the Shining Path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in Ene province. President Francisco Sagasti has ordered the deployment of security forces to the area.

The Australia government has been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of separated families during the pandemic. Australia closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens. But many celebrities and sports stars have been able to travel under special exemptions.

BBC news.
European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a flight within the bloc was diverted to Minsk and a journalist arrested. The EU has also said it will extend targeted economic sanctions against the Belarusian authorities in response to the detention of Raman Pratasevich. Earlier, the journalist appeared in a video, apparently confessing to organizing mass protests against the Belarusian president. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him, Mr. Pratasevich said he was cooperating with investigators.

There has been widespread international condemnation of what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali's transitional President Bah N'Daw and the Prime Minister Moctar Ouane.

The fugitive Italian mobster Rocco Morabito has been arrested in Brazil. He is one of the bosses of the Ndrangheta, the Calabrian mafia, and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as the "cocaine king of Milan", Morabito had been on the run since the mid 1990s. 

US Olympic officials say they are confident their athletes will be able to take part safely in the Tokyo games, despite US government's advice not to travel to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in COVID-19 infections.

Peru's armed forces say the members of the Shining Path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in Junin province. President Francisco Sagasti has ordered the deployment of security forces to the area.

The Australian government has been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of separated families during the pandemic. Australia closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens, but many celebrities and sports stars have been able to travel under special exemptions.
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BBC news with Moira Alderson.

European Union leaders have agreed to ban Belarusian airlines after a flight within a bloc was diverted to Minsk and a journalist arrested. The EU has also said it will extend targeted economic sanctions against Belarusian authorities in response to the detection of Raman Pratasevich. Earlier, the journalist appeared in the video apparently confessing to organize mass protests against the Belarusian president. In the statement which appeared to have been prepared for him. Mr. Pratasevich said he was cooperating with investigators.
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There's been widespread international condemnation of what appears to be a new attempted coup in Mali. The United Nations, EU and others demanded the release of Mali's transitional President Bah N'Daw and the Prime Minister Moctar Ouane.

The fugitive Italian mob star Rocco Morabito had been arrested in Brazil. He is one of the bosses of the Ndrangheta, the club in Mafia, and organized major drug trafficking operations. Known as the cocaine King of Milan, Morabito has been on the run since the mid 1990s.

US Olympic officials say they are confident that athletes will be able to take part in safely in the Tokyo's games despite US government advised not to travel to Japan because of the coronavirus. The Japanese government is trying to control a surge in Covid-19 infections.

Peru's armed forces say the members of the Shining Path rebel group have killed at least 14 people in an attack in Ene province. President Francisco Sagasti has ordered the deployment of security forces to the area.

The Australian government's been accused of prioritizing celebrities over thousands of separated families during the pandemic. Australian closed its borders to most foreign nationals last year and has limited the return of its own citizens. But many celebrities and sport stars have been able to travel under a special exemptions.

BBC news.
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