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A senate inquiry in Brazil says President * should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the Covid pandemic. It accused the President of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr. * says he is guilty of nothing.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of Covid-19 jabs using the Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorizes a mixing-match strategy allowing booster shots with the different vaccine from the original inoculation.   

Supporters of Alex *, the jailed Russian opposition leader, have welcomed the European parliament’s decision to award him the Sakharov human right prize. They say it highlight his position as world’s most prominent political prisoner.   

China’s embattled property giant, Evergrande, is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong stock market. The company which has huge debts has warned there is no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.

There’s been a series of explosions in the basin southern Syria used by U.S. forces. Some reports suggest they may have been a drone attack, but there are no reports of casualties.   

The organization of American states has urged Nicaragua to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month’s election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.

Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether suspected human remains found in a park belong to Brian *, he was the boyfriend of *, a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month.

Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It’s expected to cut red tape and end tariffs on exports.

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A senate enquiry in Brazil says president ? should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the covid pandemic. It accused the president of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr.? says he is guilty of nothing.
The US food and drug administration has approved the use of boost doses of covid-19 jabs using the ? and ? vaccines.It also authorized a mix-and-match strategy, allowing boost shot with a different vaccine from the original inoculation.
Supporters of ?, the jailed Russian opposition leader, have welcomed the European parliament decision to award him the ? human rights prize. They say it highlights his position as the world most prominent political prisoner.
China's embattled property giant Evergrand, is due to resume trading in the Hongkong stock market.The company, which is in huge debts, has warned that there's no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.
There've been a series of explosions at a base in southern Syria used by US forces. Some reporters suggest they may have been a drone attack. There are no reports of casualties.
The organization of American states has urged ? to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month's election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.
Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether  the suspected human remains found in a park belong to Brian Laundry. He was the boyfriend of ?, a young woman found murdered in ? last month.
Britain and Newzealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It's expected to cut the red tape and then tarrifs on exports. BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2021-10-21

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A senate inquiry in Brazil says president xx should be charged with crimes against the humanity over his handling of the pandemic. It accused the president of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr. xx says he's guilty of nothing.


The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of covid-19 jabs using the Merdana and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorized a mix match strategy, allowing booster shot with a different vaccine from the original inauculation.


Supporters of xx, the jailed Russian opposition leader have welcomed the European parliament's decision to award him the xx human rights prize. They say it highlights his position as the world's most prominent political prisoner.


China's embattled property giant Evergrande is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong stock market. The company which its huge debt has warned no guarantee. It will be able to meet its financial obligations.


There has been a series of explosions in a base in southern Syria used by US forces.  Some reports suggests they are drone attack. They are no reports of casulaties.


The organization xx  of has urged xx to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month's election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.


Friends and experts in Florida are investigating with a suspected human remains found in a park belonged to xx. He was the boy friend of xx, a young woman murdered in xx last month.


Britain and New Zland have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It's suspected to cut red tape and end tarriffs on exports.


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1.   A senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaru should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the Covid pandemic. It accused the president deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr.Bolsonaru says he's guilty of nothing.

2.   The U.S Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of Covid-19 jabs, using the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorized the mix-match strategy, allowing booster shot with different vaccines from the original inoculation.

3.   Supporters of Alexei Navalny, the jailed Russian opposition leader,  have welcome the European parliament's decision to honored him the S. human rights prize. They say it highlights his position as the world's most prominent political prisoner.

4.   China's embattled property giant Evergrande, is due to resume trading on the Hongkong stock market. The company, which has huge debts, has warned there's no guarentee, it will be able to meet its financial obligations.

5.   There has been a series of explotions in the base in southern Syria used by U.S forces. Some reports suggest it may be a drone attack. There were no reports of casulties.

6.    The Organization of American States has urged Nicaragua to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month's election. It warned that the detentions would undermine the poll.

7.   Friends and experts in Florida are investigating whether the suspected human remains found in a park belong to Brian L. He was boyfried of Gaby B. a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month.

8.   Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It expected a cut red tape and end tariff in exports.

[Homework]BBC 2021-10-21

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A Senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaro should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the covid pandemic. It accused the President of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr Bolsonaro says he’s guilty of nothing.


The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of covid-19 jabs using the Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorises a mix and match strategy allowing booster shots with a different vaccine from the original inoculation.


Supporters of Alexi Navalny, the jailed Russian opposition leader, have welcomed the European Parliament’s decision to award him the Sakharov human rights prize. They say it highlights his position as the world’s most prominent political prisoner.


China’s embattled property giant Evergrande is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong stock market. The company which has huge debts has warned there is no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.


There has been a series of explosions at a base in Southern Syria used by US forces. Some reports suggested they may be drone attacks. There are no reports of casualties.


The Organization of American States has urged Nicaragua to release 5 presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month elections. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.


Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether suspected human remains found in a park belonged to Brian Laundrie. He was the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month.


Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It’s expected to cut red tape and end tariffs on exports.
BBC news


                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
BBC news.

A Senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaro should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the covid pandemic. It accused the President of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr. Bolsonaro says he’s guilty of nothing.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of covid-19 jabs using the Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorizes a mix and match strategy allowing booster shots with a different vaccine from the original inoculation.

Supporters of Alexi Navalny, the jailed Russian opposition leader have welcomed the European Parliament’s decision to award him the Sakharov human rights prize. They say it highlights his position as the world’s most prominent political prisoner.

China’s embattled property giant Evergrande is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong stock market. The company which has huge debts has warned there is no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.

There has been a series of explosions at a base in Southern Syria used by U.S. forces. Some reports suggested there may be drone attacks. There were no reports of casualties.

The Organization of American States has urged Nicaragua to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.

Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether suspected human remains found in a park belonged to Brian Laundrie. He was the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month.

Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It’s expected to cut red tape and end tariffs on exports.

BBC news.
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A senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaro should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the COVID pandemic. It accused the president of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr. Bolsonaro says he is guilty of nothing. 

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of COVID-19 jabs, using the Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorized a mix-and-match strategy, allowing booster shots with a different vaccine from the original inoculation. 

Supporters of Alexei Navalny, the jailed Russian opposition leader, have welcomed the European Parliament's decision to award him the Sakharov Human Rights Prize. They say it highlights his position as the world's most prominent political prisoner. 

China's embattled property giant, Evergrande, is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong Stock Market. The company which has huge debts has warned there is no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.

There has been a series of explosions at a base in southern Syria used by US forces. Some reports suggest there may have been a drone attack. There are no reports of casualties. 

The Organization of American States has urged Nicaragua to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month's election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.

Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether suspected human remains found in a park belong to Brian Laundrie. He was the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month. 

Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It's expected to cut red tape and end tariffs on exports. 
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BBC news.

The Senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaro should be charged with crimes against humanity over his handling of the covid pandemic. It accused the President of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr. Bolsonaro says he's guilty of nothing.

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of booster doses of covid-19 jabs using the Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. It also authorizes a mix and match strategy, allowing booster shots with a different vaccine from be original inoculation.

Supporters of Alexi Navalny, the jailed Russian opposition leader, have welcomed the European Parliament's decision to award him the Sakharov human right prizes. They say it highlights his position as the world's most prominent political prisoner.

China's embattled property giant Evergrande is due to resume trading on the Hong Kong stock market. The company which has huge debts has warned there is no guarantee it will be able to meet its financial obligations.

There's been a series of explosions at base in the southern Syria used by US forces. Some reports suggested there may be drone attacks. There were no reports of casualties.

The Organization of American States has urged Nicaragua to release five presidential candidates and other political prisoners arrested ahead of next month election. It warned the detentions would undermine the poll.

Forensic experts in Florida are investigating whether suspected human remains found in a park belong to Britain Laundrie. He was the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, a young woman found murdered in Wyoming last month.

Britain and New Zealand have in principle agreed a new trade deal. It's expected to cut red tape and end tariffs on exports.

BBC news.
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