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There have been accusitions from both Washingtong and Keive that Russia is preparing to stage a fake acts of sabtage against its own forces to creat a pretext for an invasion of Ukrain. Moscow denies the claims that it has sent trained agents into east Ukrain and more over to carry out false flag operations.


Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the west African xx group of countries. The protest was called by the country's military leaders. The EUalso says it will impose sanctions after the xx said it could remain in power for another 50 years, without holding elections.


The Dutch health minister has said the country has to learn to live with the covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of the coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.


A court in the Cezch Republic has fined a woman who spread disinformation about covid-19 11,000 dollars. XX falsely claimed presence of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.


The world man's tennis no. 1 xx is due to have to present himself to border officials as he continues to fight agaisnt deportation from Australia. He is hoping to play in the Australian open, which starts on Monday.


The jailed former pharmacetical executive xx has been banned from the sector of life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015, xx acquired the US rights to a leading HIV drug  and raised its price by 5000%.


A British government minister has said the prime minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing street, while coronavirus restrictions were in place. xx says Mr Johnson should keep his job, despite public anger.


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There have been accusations from both Washington and Kiev that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of sabotage against its own forces to create a pretext for invasion of Ukraine. Moscow denies claims that he has sent trained agents into eastern Ukraine and Moldova to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the west African ECOWAS group of countries. The protest was called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it will impose sanctions after the * said it could remain in power for 5 years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister has said the county has to learn to live with Covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in the Czech Republic has fined a woman who’s spread disinformation about Covid-19 11,000 dollars. * falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No. 1 * is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia. He’s hoping to play in the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

The jailed former pharmaceutical executive Martin * has been banned from the sector for life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015, * acquired the U.S. rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its price by 5000%.

A British government minister has said the Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing Street while coronavirus restrictions were in place, but * said Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.  

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There have been accusations from both America and Kiav that Russia is preparing to stage  fake acts of subotage against its own forces to create a pretext for an invasion of Ukraine. Moscow  denies claims that it has sent trained agents into eastern Ukraine and ? to carry out false flag operations.
Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the west African ? group of countries. The protests were called by the country's military leaders. The EU also says it will also impose its sanctions after ? said it  remain in power for five years without holding elections.
The Dutch minister has said the country has to learn to live with covid as Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.
A court in the ? repubic has fined a woman who spread disinformation about covid-91 eleven thousand dollars. ? falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.
The world men's tennis number one is due to present himself before the border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia. He is hoping to play in Australia Open which starts on Monday.
The former pharmacuetical executive has been banned from the sector for life and ordered to pay nearly sixty-five million dollars in damage to victims.
In 2015, ? acquired the US rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its price by five thousand percent.
A British government minister has said that the prime minister Borris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing street while coronavirus restrictions were in place. But ? said Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.
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There have been accusations from both washington and Kirv that Russia is preparing to stage fake X of sabtage against its own forces to create a pretext for an invasion of Ukrain,Mosow denies claims that it has sent trained agents in the eastern Ukraine, and M to carry out false flag operations .

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the west African Acowas group of countries,the protest were called by countries military leaders,the Eu also says it will impose sanctions after the H said it could remain in power for 5 years without holding elections.

The Dutch health minister has said the country has learnt to live with coivd,as the Netherland announced  easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday,despite a surge in infections.A court in the Cez Republic has fined a woman who spread disinformation about covid-19,11,000 dollars,Y falsely claimed residents of a retirment home died after being vaccinated.


The world men's tennis no1 NJ,is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia,he's hoping to play in the Australian open which starts on Monday.The jailed former pharmosutical executive M has been banned from  the sective of life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims,in 2015,Sh acquried the US rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its price by 5000%.

A British government minister has said the prime minister Boris needs to change his ways following revealations about a stream of gatherings at Downing street while coronavirus restrictions were in place.PO said mr Jhonson should keep his job despite public anger.
There have been accusations from both Washington and Kiev that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of sabotage against its own forces to create a pretext for an invasion of Ukraine. Moscow denies claims that he has sent trained agents into eastern Ukraine and Moldova to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the west African ECOWAS group of countries. The protest was called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it will impose sanctions after the * said it could remain in power for 5 years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister has said the country has to learn to live with Covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in the Czech Republic has fined a woman who’s spread disinformation about Covid-19 11,000 dollars. * falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No. 1 * is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia. He’s hoping to play in the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

The jailed former pharmaceutical executive Martin * has been banned from the sector for life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015, * acquired the U.S. rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its price by 5000 percent.

A British government minister has said the Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing Street while coronavirus restrictions were in place, but * said Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.
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BBC News with Moira Alderson

There have been accusations from both Washington and Kiev that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of sabotage against its own forces to create a pretext for invasion of Ukraine. Moscow denies claims that it has sent trained agents into eastern Ukraine and Moldova to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the West African ECOWAS group of countries. The protests were called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it will impose sanctions after the junta said it could remain in power for 5 years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister has said the country has to learn to live with Covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in the Czech Republic has fined a woman, who spread disinformation about Covid-19, 11,000 dollars. Jana Peterková falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No.1 Novak Djokovic is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia. He’s hoping to play in the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

The jailed former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been banned from the sector for life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015 Shkreli acquired the US rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its prize by 5000%.

A British government minister has said the Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing Street while coronavirus restrictions were in place. But Guy Opperman said Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.

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BBC news with Morra Olderson.

There have been accusations from both Washington and Kiev that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of sabotage against its own forces to create a pretext for invasion of Ukraine. Moscow denies claims that it has sent trained agents into eastern Ukraine and Moldova to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the West African ECOWAS group of countries. The protests were called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it will impose sanctions after the junta said it could remain in power for five years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister has said the country has to learn to live with Covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in the Czech Republic has fined a woman, who spread disinformation about Covid-19 11,000 dollars. Jana Peterková falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No.1 Novak Djokovic is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against deportation from Australia. He’s hoping to play in the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

The jailed former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been banned from the sector for life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015, Shkreli acquired the U.S. rights to a leading HIV drug and raised its prize by 5,000%.

A British government minister has said the Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing Street while coronavirus restrictions were in place. But Guy Opperman said Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.

BBC news.
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There have been accusations from both Washington and K.. that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of ... against its own forces to create a .. for invasion of Ukr...  Moscow denies claims that it has sent trained agents into eastern Ukr... and M.. to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the West African ... group of countries. The protests were called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it will impose sanctions after the ... said it could remain in power for five years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister ... has said the country has to learn to live with Covid as the N.. announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in the C.. Republic has fined a woman, who spread disinformation about Covid-19 11,000 dollars. ... falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No.1 ... is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continues to fight against ... from Australia. He’s hoping to play in the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

....

A British government minister has said the Prime Minister BJ.. needs to change his ways following revelations about a string of gatherings at Downing Street while coronavirus restrictions were in place. But Guy .. said Mr. J.. should keep his job despite public anger.
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There have been accusations from both Washington and Kiev that Russia is preparing to stage fake acts of sabotage against its own forces to create pretext for an invasion of Ukraine. Moscow denies claims that it has sent trained agents into Eastern Ukraine and Moldova to carry out false flag operations.

Thousands of people in Mali have been demonstrating against sanctions imposed by the West African Ecowas group of countries. The protest was called by the country’s military leaders. The EU also says it would impose sanctions after H said he could remain in power for 5 years without holding elections.

The Dutch Health Minister has said the country has to learn to live with Covid as the Netherlands announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions from Saturday despite a surge in infections.

A court in thed Czech Republic has fined a woman who spread (dis)information about Covid-19 11,000 dollars. Yana P falsely claimed residents of a retirement home died after being vaccinated.

The world men’s tennis No.1 Novak Djokovic is due to have presented himself to border officials as he continued to fight against deportation from Australia. He is hoping to play in the Australian open which starts on Monday.

The jailed former pharmaceutical executive Martin S has been banned from the sector of life and ordered to pay nearly 65 million dollars in damages to victims. In 2015 S acquired the U.S. rights for a leading HIV drug and raised its price by 5000 percent.

A British government Minister has said that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to change his ways following (revelations) about (a string) of gatherings at Downing street while coronavirus restrictions were in place. But O said that Mr. Johnson should keep his job despite public anger.
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