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The French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a new national lockdown starting Friday to continue until at least the end of next month. Speaking on national television, Mr. Macron said none of the coronavirus measures taken so far had worked, in the face of a second wave whose speed had caught all of Europe by surprise. He said that without further measures, hospitals would be overwhelmed.

The heads of Facebook, Twitter and Google have defended free speech while acknowledging the need for more transparency and accountability about the user content they put online. They were being grilled in a US Senate hearing into a law which protects their platforms from being liable for what's posted.


A court in Mali has found two men guilty of carrying out attacks five years ago targeting foreigners in which 25 people were killed. Both the defendants were sentenced to death after a trial lasting two days.


New research suggests that China's policy of widespread tree planting is having a much larger impact on its carbon emissions than previously believed. Scientists say that the millions of hectares of trees planted over the past four decades helped absorb almost half of the carbon emitted as a result of human activities in recent years.


The authorities in the US city of Philadelphia have imposed an overnight curfew after two nights of protest and looting following the killing by police of a black man. Officers said he had refused to drop his knife.


The record numbers of an endangered species of turtle have hatched on a beach in northern Mexico, due to a reduced human activity in the area during the pandemic. Indigenous Seri community in Sonora state says it has released more than 2,250 baby Olive Ridley turtles into the sea, which is more than four times the number released every year.

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The French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a NEW national lockdown starting Friday to continue until at least the end of next month. Speaking on national television, Mr. Macron said none of the measures taken so far had worked in the face of a second wave whose speed has caught all of Europe by surprise. He said without further measures, hospitals will be overwhelmed.
The heads of facebook, tweet and google have defended free speech while acknowledging for more transparency and accountability about the user content they put online. They were being grilled at US senate hearing into a law which protect their platforms from being liable for what's posted .
A court in Mali has found two men guilty of carrying attack five years ago, targeting foreigners which 25 people were killed. Both the defendants were sentenced to death after a trial lasting two days.
New research suggests China's policy of widespread tree planting is having a much larger impact on its carbon emission than previously believed. Scientists say millions of hectares of trees planted over the past four decades help absorb half the carton emitted as a result of human activities in recent years.
The authorities in the US city of Philadelphia has imposed a over-night curfew after two nights of protests and looting following the killing by police of a black man. Officer said he refused to drop his knife.
A record numbers of an endangered species of turtle have hatched on a beach in northern Mexico due to reduced human activities in the area during the pandemic. Indigenous S. community in s. state said it released more than 2250 baby turtles into the sea which is more than four times the number released every year.
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The French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a new national lockdown starting Friday to continue until at least the end of next month. Speaking on National Television, Mr. Macron said none of those coronavirus measures taken so far had worked in the phase of a second wave whose speeds had caught all of Europe by surprise. He said that without further measures, hospitals would be overwhelmed.

The heads of Facebook, Twitter and Google have defended free speech while acknowledging the need for more transparency and accountability about the user content they put online. They were being grilled at a U.S. Senate hearing into a law which protects their platforms from being liable for what's posted.  

A court in Mali has found two men guilty of carrying out attacks 5 years ago, targeting farmers in which 25 people were killed. Both defendants were sentenced to death after a trial lasting 2 days.

New research suggests that China’s policy of widespread tree planting is having a much larger impact on its carbon emissions than previously believed. Scientists say that millions of hectares of trees planted over the past four decades help absorb almost half of the carbon emitted as a result of human activities in recent years.

The authorities in the U.S. city of Philadelphia have imposed an overnight curfew after 2 nights of protests and looting following the killing by police of a black man. Officer said he had refused to drop his knife.

A record numbers of an endangered species of turtle have hatched on a beach in northern Mexico due to reduced human activity in the area during the pandemic. Indigenous Seri Community in * state says it released more than 2,250 baby * turtles into the sea, which is more than 4 times the number released every year.
   
And that’s the latest from BBC World Service News.
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