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BBC News with Julie Candler.

The G7 group of advanced economies has reached historical deal to make multi-national companies pay more tax. Finance Ministers meeting in London agree to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. They also agreed in principle to a global corporate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries undercutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcomed the move as they believed it promoted stability and certainty.      

Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million Chinese university campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project will undercut the country’s own higher education and increase the influence of China’s communist authorities.

Burkina Faso says about a hundred people have been killed in an attack on a village in the northeast of the country. The government said the assailants killed villagers in * and burnt their homes and a local market. Reports of another village * say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

Nigeria’s Attorney General says offenders of the government’s Twitter ban will be prosecuted. The Information Minister said earlier the ban was due to the persistent use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.   

Reports from northern Iraq say a Turkish air strike has killed at least three people in a refuge camp for Kurdish refugees. The * camp was singled out this week by President Erdogan as a heaven and incubate for Kurdish militants.   

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have agreed to pull back their troops from a disputed section of common border which has seen rising tensions. Border posts will be pulled back by 3 kilometers. On Friday, Kyrgyzstan accused its neighbor of advancing one kilometer into its territory near the city of *. Tajik denied this.

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[Homework]BBC 2021-06-06

The G7 group of advanced economies have reached historic deal to make multinational companies pay more tax. Finance ministers meeting in London agree to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. They also agreed in principle to a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries undercutting each other. * has said they welcomed the move as they it believed it promote stability and certainty.

Thousands of people have been marching through * to protest against controversial plans to open a multimillion-dollar Chinese university campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project to undercut the country's own high education as they increase influence of China's communist authorities.


* says about a hundred people have been killed in the attack on the village in the northeast of the country. The government said the assailants killed villagers in * and burned their homes in the local market. Reports of another villager * say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.


Nigeria's attorney general says offenders of a government's tutor ban will be prosecuted. The information minister said earlier the ban was due to persistent use of the platform for activities cable of undermining the state.


Reports of northern Iraq say a Turkish airstrikes killed at least three people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. * this week by president * as a heaven and incubator for Kurdish militants.


Kyrgyzstan and Tajjiztan have agreed to pull back their troops were distributed section of a common border which see rising tensions. Border post will be pulled back by three kilometers. On Friday, Kyrgyzstan accused its neighbor of advancing one kilometer into its territory in the city of *. * denies this.

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The G7 group of advanced economies has reached a historic deal to make multi-national companies pay more tax. Finance ministers meeting in London agreed to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. They also agreed in principal to a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries undercutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcome the move as they believe it promotes certainty and stability.

Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million-dollar Chinese university campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project will undercut the country’s own higher education and increase the influence of China’s communist authorities.

Burkina Faso says about 100 people have been killed in an attack on a village in the northeast of the country. The government said the assailants killed villagers in Solhan and burnt their homes and the local market. Reports of another village attack say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

Nigeria’s Attorney General says offenders of the country’s twitter ban will be prosecuted. The information ministers said earlier the ban was due to the persistent use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.

Reports of northern Iraq say Turkish air strike has killed at least three people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. The camp was singled out this week by President Erdogan as a haven and incubator for Kurdish militants.

Kyrgystan and Tajikistan have agreed to pull back their troops in a disputed section of a common border which is seeing rising tensions. Border posts will be pulled back by three kilometers. On Friday, Kyrgystan accused its neighbor of advancing one kilometer into its territory near the city of O. Tajiki denies this.
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The G7 group of advanced economies has reached a historical deal to make multi-national companies pay more tax. Finance ministers meeting in London agreed to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business.They also agreed in principle to a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent to avoid countries undercutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcomed the move as they believe it promotes stability and certainty.
Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million-dollar Chinese university campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project will undercut the country's own higher education and increase the influence of China's communist authorities.
? says about a hunred peole have been killed in an attack on a village in the northeast of the country.The government said the assailants killed villagers in ? and burned their homes in the local market. Reports of another village ? say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.
Nigeria's attorney general says offenders of government Twitter ban will be prosecuted. The Information minister said earlier the ban was due to persistant use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.
Reports of northern Iraq say a Turkish strike has killed at least three people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. The ? camp was singled out this weekby president as a heaven and incubator for Kurdish militants.
? and ? have agreed to pull back their troops from a disputed section of common border, which has seen rising tensions. Border posts will be pulled back by three kilometers. On Friday  ? accused its neighbour of advancing  kilometer into its territory near the city of ?. ? denies this.
BBC news with Julie Candler.

The G7 group of advanced economies has reached a historical deal to make multi-national companies pay more tax. Finance Ministers meeting in London agree to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. They also agreed in principle to a global corporate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries undercutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcomed the move as they believed it promotes stability and certainty.      

Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million Chinese university campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project will undercut the country’s own higher education and increase the influence of China’s communist authorities.

Burkina Faso says about 100 people have been killed in an attack on a village in the northeast of the country. The government said the assailants killed villagers in Solhan and burnt their homes and a local market. Reports of another village Tadaryat say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

Nigeria’s Attorney General says offenders of the government’s Twitter ban will be prosecuted. The Information Minister said earlier the ban was due to the persistent use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.   

Reports from northern Iraq say a Turkish airstrike has killed at least three people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. The Makhmour camp was singled out this week by President Erdogan as a heaven and incubate for Kurdish militants.   

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have agreed to pull back their troops from a disputed section of common border, which has seen rising tensions. Border posts will be pulled back by three kilometers. On Friday, Kyrgyzstan accused its neighbor of advancing one kilometer into its territory near the city of Osh. Tajik denied this.

BBC news.
BBC news with Julie Chandler.

The G7 group of advanced economies has reached a historical deal to make multi-national companies pay more taxes. Financial Ministers meeting in London agree to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do businesses. They also have agreed in principle to a global minimum cooperate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries under cutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcomed the move as they believe it promotes stability and certainty.

Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million dollars Chinese University campus in the Hungarian capital. They say the project will undercut the country's own higher education and increase influence of China's Communist authorities.

Burkina Farso says about 100 people had been killed in an attack on a village in the northeast of the country. The government said the assailants killed villagers in Solhan and burnt their homes and a local market. Reports of another village Tadaryat say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

Nigeria's Attorney General says offenders of the government's Twitter ban will be prosecuted. The Information Minister said earlier the ban was due to the persistent use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.

Reports of northern Iraq say a Turkish airstrike has killed at least three people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. The Makhmour camp was singled out this week by President Erdogan as a heaven and incubate for Kurdish militants.

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have agreed to pull back their troops from a disputed section of the common border which has seen rising tensions. Border posts will be pulled back by three kilometers. On Friday, Kyrgyzstan accused its neighbour of advancing one kilometer into its territory near the city of Osh. Tajik denied this.

BBC news.
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The G7 Group of Advanced Countries has reached a historic deal to make multinational companies pay more tax. Finance ministers meeting in London agreed to battle tax avoidance by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. They also agreed in principle to a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% to avoid countries undercutting each other. Facebook and Amazon have said they welcome the move as they believe it promotes stability and certainty.

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Thousands of people have been marching through Budapest to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million-dollar Chinese university campus in the Hungary capital. They say the project will undercut the country’s own high education and increase the influence of China’s communist authorities.

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XX says about 100 people have been killed in an attack on a village in the northwest of the country. The government said the a--- killed villagers in Soham and burned their homes in a local market. Reports of another village said unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

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Nigeria’s Attorney General says offenders of the government’s Twitter ban will be prosecuted. The Information Minister said earlier the ban was due to the persistent use of the platform for activities capable of undermining the state.

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Reports of northern Iraq says a Turkish air strike has killed at least 3 people in a refugee camp for Kurdish refugees. The M--- Camp was singled out by President Erodan as a haven and incubator for Kurdish militants.

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Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have agreed to pull back their troops from a disputed section of common border which has seen rising tensions. Border posts would be pulled back three kilometres. On Friday, Kyrgyzstan accused its neighbour of advancing one kilometre into its territory near the city of Arsh. Tajik denied this.
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The G7 group of advanced econmies has reached a historical deal to make multinational companies pay more tax,finance ministers meeting in London agreed to battle tax avoidance,by making companies pay more in the countries where they do business,they also agreed in principle to a global minium corporation tax rate of 15%,to avoid countries under cutting each ohter ,facebook and Amazon have said they welcomed the move,as they believe it promte stability  concertainty.

Thousands of people have been marching through B to protest against controversial plans to open a multi-million dollar Chinese university campus in the Hungarian Capital ,they say the project will undercut the country's own high education,and increase the influence of China's communist authorities.

The Kenofaso says about 100 people have bee killed in an attack on the village in the northeast of the country,the government said the assailents killed villagers in Sohand and burn their homes in the local market,report from another village T say unidentified attackers killed 14 people.

Nigeria's attorney general says offenders of the government's twitter ban will be prosecuted,the information minister said earlier ,the ban was due to the persistent  use of the plat form for activities capble of underming the state.

Reports from the northern Iraq say a Turkish airstrikers killed at least 3 people ,in refugee camp for Kurdish refugees,the M camp was singled out this week by President Erdoan as a heaven and incubater of Kurdish militants.

K and T have agrred to pull back their troops from a disputed section of common border ,which has seen rising tensions,border post will be pulled back by 3 kilometers,on Friday K accused its neighbor of advancing 1 kilometer into its territory near the city of Arsh,Tegi denies this .
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