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[Homework]BBC 2021-06-02

Joe Biden has become the first sitting US president to visit the city of * in * to commemorate the raids massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said it were for too long that the history of the * killings has been silenced. Now it would be known. Mr. Biden was addressing a * event, marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.

The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national world live refuge in Alaska. A properly holding the Trump administration's controversial plan, to expand arctic fossile fueled development. The interior department is notifying energy companies of the freeze while an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.


* says more than half million people in east Congo have lost the supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic eruption. A * pipes were damaged when * erupted ten days ago.


Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of protestor in * 8 years ago. The western * independent's group the * Front says its leader has left hospital in Spain and is flying back to *. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain * over alleged human rights abuses. He denies abuses in * refugee camps.


For the first time in ten months, Britain's government has announced no new death from COVID-19 within 28 days with positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 1800 daily death.

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Joe Biden has become the first sitting U.S president to visit the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said for too long the history of the Tulsa killings has been silenced. Now it would be known. Mr. Biden was addressing a memorial event, marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.

The U.S is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national world live refuge in Alaska, abruptly halting the Trump administration's controversial plan to expand arctic fossile fueled development. The interior department is notifying energy companies of the freeze, while an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be re-affirmed or cancelled.

Médecins Sans Frontières says more than half million people in east Congo have lost the supply of drinking water, as a result of the recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when Mount Nyiragongo erupted ten days ago.

Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protestor in Ankara eight years ago. The western Sahara Independence group, the Polisario Front says its leader has left a hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain Brahim Ghali over alleged human rights abuses. He denies abuses in Sahrawi refugee camps.

For the first time in ten months, Britain's government has announced no new death from Covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 1,800 daily death.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-06-02

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Joe Biden has become the first sitting US president to visit the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there a hundred years ago. He has added, for too long the history of the Tulsa killings had been silenced, but now would be known. Mr Biden was addressing a memorial event marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.


The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wildlife refuge  in Alaska, abruptly halting the Trump Administration’s controversial plan to expand Arctic fossil fuel development. The Interior Department is notifying energy companies of the freeze, while an environment review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.


Medecins Sans Frontieres says more than 0.5 million people in Eastern Congo has lost their supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when Mount Nyiragongo erupted 10 days ago.


Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protester in Ankara 8 years ago.


The Western Sahara independence group, the Polisario Front says its leader has left a hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain Brahim Ghali over alleged human rights abuses.  He denies abuses in the Saharawi refugee camps.


For the first time in 10 months, Britain’s government has announced no new death from covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 1,800 daily deaths.
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Joe Biden has become the first sitting US president, visiting the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said, for too long, the history of the Tulsa killings had been silent, but now it would be known. Mr. Biden was addressing a memorial event, making the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in the American history.

The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wildlife refuge in Alaska, abruptly halting the Trump administration's controversial plan to expand Arctic fossil fuel development. The interior department is notifying energy companies of freeze, while an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.

Medecins Sans Frontieres says more than half a million people in eastern Congo have lost their supply drinking water as a result of recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when Mount Nyiragongo erupted ten days ago.

Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protestor in Ankara eight years ago.

The western Sahara Independent group, the Polisario Front says its leader has left a hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain Brahim Ghali over alleged human rights abuses. He denies abuses in the Sahrawi refugee camps.

For the first time in ten month, Britain's government has announced no new deaths from Covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 18,00 daily death.

BBC news.
1.   Joe Biden has become the first setting U.S president to visit the city of T. in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said it was for too long teh history of the T. killings had been silenced, but now it would be known. Mr.Biden was addressing the memorial event, marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.

2.   The U.S is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wildlife refuge in Alaska, a properly halting of Trump's administration's controversial plan to expand arctic fossil fuel development. The interior department is notifying energy companies of the freeze while environmental review determines where their production leases should be reaffirmed or canceled.

3.   M.F. says more than half a million people in eastern Congo have lost their supply of drinking water as a result of recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when mount Nyaricongo eruapted 10 days ago.

4.   Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstraters marking the fatal shooting of protester in Ankara 8 years ago.

5.   The western saharan independence group, the Polisario Front, says its leader has left hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain B.G. over alleged human rights abuses. He denied the abuses in the Sahrawi refugee camps.

6.    For the first time in 10 months, Britain's government has announced no new death for Covid-19 within 28 days of positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 1800 daily death.
President Biden has become the first sitting president to visit the city of ?, in Oklohomo to commemorate the race massacre that took place there a hundred years ago. He said for too long the history of the killings had been silenced but now it would be known. Mr. Biden was addressing a memorial event, marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.
The US is to suspend all oil and gas  development in the vast national wildlife refuge in Alaska, abruptly halting the Trump adminstration's controversial plan to expand Arctic fossile fuel development. The interior department is notifying energy companies of the freeze,while an environmental review determines whether their prodcution leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.
? Frontiers says more than half a million people in eastern Congo have lost their supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic eruption.A reservoir and pipelines were damaged when ?erupted ten days ago.
Police in Congo have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protester in Ankla eight years ago. The Western Sahara Independence Group , the ? Front says its leader has left a hosptial in Spain and is flying back to ?. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain ? over alleged human rights abuses. He denies abuses in the ? refuge camps.
For the first time in ten months, Britain government has announced no new deaths from covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than eighteen hundred daily deaths.
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Joe Biden has become the first sitting US president to visit the city to Tasa in Oklehoma,to commemorate the race masscare that took place there  100 years ago,he said that for too long the history of the Tasa killings have been silenced ,but now would be known.

Mr Biden was addressing a memorial event,marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.

The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wild life refuge in Alaska.Abruptly halting the Trump administration's controversial plan,to expand arctic fossile fuel development.The interior department is notifying energy companies of the freeze,Via an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.

M says more than half a million people in Eastern Congo,have lost their supply of drink water,as result of the recent volcanic eruption.A reservoir and pipes were damaged,when NN erupted 10 days ago.

Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatel shooting of protester in Ankale 8 years ago,the western Sahara independence group the P front ,says its leader has left a hospital in Spain,and is flying back to Algria,it comes after a judge in Madroid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain BG over alleged human rights abuses.  He denies abuses in the Saha refugee camps.

For the first time in 10 months,Britain's government announced no new death from Covid-19,within 28 days of a positive test.In January it was recording more than 1800 daily deaths.
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Joe Biden has become the 1st sitting US President to visit the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said that for too long the history of the Tulsa killings have been silenced, but now it would be known. Mr. Biden was addressing in a memorial event, marking the centenary of one of the world’s incident of racial violence in American history.

The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wildlife refuge in Alaska, abruptly halting the Trump Administration’s controversial plan to expand Arctic fossil fuel development. The Interior Department is notifying energy companies of the freeze, while an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.

Médecins Sans Frontières says more than half million people in Eastern Congo have lost the supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when Mount Nyiragongo erupted 10 days ago.

Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protestors in Ankara 8 years ago.

The Western Sahara Independence Group, the Polisario Front, says its leader has left the hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down a request by prosecutors to detain Brahim Ghali over alleged human rights abuses. He denied the abuses in Sahrawi refugee camps.

For the first time in 10 months, Britain’s government has announced no new death from Covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year, it was recording more than 1,800 daily deaths.

BBC news.
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Joe Biden has become the first sitting US president to visit the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma to commemorate the race massacre that took place there 100 years ago. He said for too long the history of the Tulsa killings has been silenced but now it would be known. Mr Biden was addressing a memorial event marking the centenary of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history.

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The US is to suspend all oil and gas development in the vast national wildlife refuge in Alaska, opposing the Trump administration’s controversial plan to expand Arctic fossil fuel development. The Interior Department is notifying energy companies of the freeze while an environmental review determines whether their production leases should be reaffirmed or cancelled.

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M--- says more than half a million people in eastern Congo have lost their supplies of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic eruption. A reservoir and pipes were damaged when XX erupted 10 days ago.

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Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protester in Ankara 8 days ago.

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The Western Sahara independence group The Policy--- Front says its leader has left hospital in Spain and is flying back to Algeria. It comes after a judge in Madrid turned down the request by prosecutors to detain B--- over alleged human rights abuses. He denies the abuses in the S--- refugee camps.

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For the first time in 10 months, Britain’s government has announced no new deaths from COVID-19 within 28 days of a positive test. In January this year it was rec--- more than 1,800 daily deaths.
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