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BBC News with Jonathon Izard.

The German parliament has voted to legalize same-sex marriage. It was only added to the parliamentary schedule at the last minute after the Chancellor Angela Merkel changed her position to allow a free vote on the subject. She herself voted against the change but she said she hoped it would lead to more social peace.

Three former executives working for the Japanese power company Tepco have pleaded not guilty in the first criminal trail relating to the Fukushima nuclear disaster 6 years ago. One of the accused, the former Tepco Chairman Masataka Shimizu said the earthquake and tsunami wave that severely damaged the nuclear plant were impossible to predict.

United Nations says almost half a million Syrians returned their home this year in what a spokesman described as a significant trend. Most were displaced within Syria, 30,000 returned from abroad.

The UN Human Rights Commission says letters have been sent to families in the Iraqi city of Mosul, threatening them with possible expulsion over alleged links with the Islamic State group. The commission called on the Iraqi government to prevent illegal evictions or connective punishment.

South African President Jacob Zuma has opened a conference of governing African national congress as arguments continue to rage among party membership about his future. Some veterans of the anti-party movement are boycotting at the meeting and calling for Mr. Zuma’s resignation.

The German Parliament has approved a law that obliges social media sites to delete illegal content with 24 hours or face fines about 250 million euros. The new law obliges tech giants, such as Facebook and Google to swiftly remove posts containing hate speech and criminal content.

And the French politician, and holocaust survivor, Simone veil has died at the age of 89. She was born into a Jewish family in Southeast France and was deported at the teenage to the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz. As a French Minister of Health, she led successful campaign to legalize abortion.

BBC News.

1.legalize vt.使合法化;使得到法律认可
Some people want to legalize the possession of cannabis.
有些人想将私有大麻合法化。

2.severely adv.严格地;严重地
He was diagnosed as severely dyslexic but extraordinarily bright.
他被诊断患有严重的阅读困难症,但是却绝顶聪明。

3.significant adj.重要的;有意义的
The company looks poised to make a significant breakthrough in China.
这家公司看来很有把握在中国取得重大突破。

4.expulsion n.驱逐;开除
Her hatred of authority led to her expulsion from high school.
她对权威的仇恨导致她被中学开除。

5.boycott vt.联合抵制;抵制(货物等)
Rosie Boycott was not involved editorially with Virago.
罗西·博伊科特不属于维拉戈出版公司的编辑队伍。

6.approve vt.& vi.赞成,同意
Her parents did not approve of her decision.
父母不赞成她的决定。

7.oblige vt.强制,强迫
The storm got worse and worse. Finally, I was obliged to abandon the car and continue on foot...
暴风雨愈发猛烈,我最终不得不弃车步行。

8.swiftly adv.迅速地,敏捷地
They meant to finish her off, swiftly and without mercy.
他们打算毫不留情地迅速结果了她。

9.deport vt.行为,举动;把…驱逐出境
We deport aliens who slip across our borders.
我们把偷渡入境的外国人驱逐出境。

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