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    BBC News 2019-09-15

    BBC news with Rose Marycrick. The US Scretary of State has blamed Iran for the drone strikes on two Saudi oil facilities,  saying there's no evidence the attacks came from Yemen. Mike Pempeo said Iran had launched an unprecedent attack on the world's energy supply. Houthi rebels in Yeme...

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    BBC news 2019-09-14

    BBC News with Johnathan Izard. The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has joined hundreds of young protesters outside the White House to put pressure on President Trump ahead of United Nations’ climate summit. She urged the demonstrators not to give up. The United States and Brazil...

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    BBC news 2019-09-13

    BBC news with Jonathon Izard. A new report on deforestation says the planet is losing an area of forest at the size of Britain every year. A group of civil society organization say a five year-old international agreement to protect the world's forest is failing. Instead of deforestation be...

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    CNN 10 Student news 20190913

    The Bahamian government updates its estimate on the number of people missing following Hurricane Dorian. A full, harvest "micromoon" coincides with a notorious date. And a CNN Hero helps others in her community by providing food, clothing and emotional support.

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    VOA news 2019-09-12

    (This is) VOA news. I'm Marissa Melton. It's September 11, the 18th anniversary of the worst terror attacks ever to occur on U.S. soil. Here is AP correspondent Rita Foley. Those who are old enough likely remember where they were when hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Cent...

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    BBC news 2019-09-12

    BBC news with Tom Watts. The British government has published a document outlining its contingency plans in the event of a non-deal Brexit. The opposition yellow Harmer papers predict a major holdup at channel ports, and shortage of fresh food and medicine. They also warned a risk of publi...

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    CNN 10 Student news 2019-09-12

    More than eight years after a tsunami led to a meltdown at a Japanese nuclear plant, the issue of contaminated water poses a growing challenge for the Asian country. In the U.S., more illnesses have been linked to vaping, and the government is moving to ban flavored e-cigarette products. And with...