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I am Christopher R. reporting.
An accused Russian spy held by the United States on charges of infiltrating Republican Party circles in order to provide information to Russia has reached the deal prosecutor to plead guilty. The attorney said on court filing that the case against her has now been resolved. The US Justice Department has alleged that Mariah Butina was a covert Russian agent who maintained the connection with Russian spies in a mission aimed at penetrating “The US national decision making apparatus to advance the agenda of Russian Federation”
The detained Huawei Chief Financial Officer Mongwanzhou says she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the United States. Later correspondent Ryan B. reports. Court documents shows that US authority accused her of misleading banks, putting those banks on the risk of breaking US sanctions on Iran. It alleged she was trying to use these banks to move money out of Iran. Court documents also show that in the meantime she wants to be release not only on the grounds she suffers from hypertension, she’s also citing her longstanding ties with Canada and mentions she owns two homes worth millions in Vancouver. Meng is not only the CFO, she‘s also the daughter of the founder of Huawei, one of China’s key tech company. It is world’s biggest supplier of networking hardware. China has demanded Meng’s immediate release. “Neither the Canada nor the US has provided China with any evidence that Meng has broken any law in those two countries”. Her arrest has put the global markets on edge with investors worried it could sabotage any chance of trade deal between Washiongton and Beijing.
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A Chinese court has ordered a ban in the country on several iphone models because of the pattern distribute between iphone maker Apple and US chip maker Qualcomm. An intermediate people of this court granted Qualcomm the request for preliminary injunctions against 4 subsidy areas of Apple ordering them immediately stop selling the iphone 6s through iphone 10 and use older version of iphone’s IOS operating system. Apple says in a statement on Monday that its iphone uses a newer operating systems remain on sale in China. The court decision is the latest legal action in the long running dispute between the two California tech giants.
Britain’s already disorderly departure from Union, the European Union turned even more chaotic Monday when British Prime Minister Therasa May postponed the house commerce vote on her Brexit withdraw deal, an agreement took months to negotiations with Brusell to conclude. She spoke Monday to a packed and rowdy house of commerce. “As a result, if we went ahead to hold the vote tomorrow, the deal would be rejected by a significant margin. We will therefore defer the vote check for tomorrow and not to precede to divide the house at this time ”
Saudi Arabia foreign minister has rejected Turkey’s request to extradite two former senior Saudi’s officials suspected of involvement of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October. Later correspondent Emily W. reports. Turkish official says they have strong suspicion that Khalid B.Salam, ***,crowned prince Mohamound B. Salman, and general Ahmad Asiri who serve the deputy ahead of foreign intelligence rumored among the plans of Khashogg’s death. The Saudi critic was killed on Istanbul consulate on October 2nd. Last month the US treasury slapped sanction on 17 Saudis for that role in the murder including Khalid but not Asiri. Saudi public prosecutor has said the order to repatriate Khashoggi came from Asiri. The travel ban has also been imposed on Khalid. It is not clear though if the man is currently detained. Western states is continuing to press the kingdom for a credible investigation.
French president Emmanuel Macron was both humble and resolute as he spoke publicly for the first time about the anti-government protest that has shaken the country. He said in a nation-wide broadcast on Monday night, I take my share of responsibility. I might have hurt people with my words. He said he recognized the proposed tax hike on pension was unjust.
You can find more on these breaking and developing stories from around the world around the clock on VOA news.com and on VOA news mobile app. I am Christopher R.
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the detained huawei's chief executive office mengwanzhou say she should be released in canada over health concerns while waiting on the hearing for extradition to the US.reuters correspondence ryan brokers reports.court documents showed the US authorities accused her of mislesding banks and putting those banks at risk of breaking US sanctions on Iran.they alleged she was trying to use those banks to move money out of Iran.court documents also show that in the meantime she wants to be released not only on grounds she suffered from hypertension,she is also citing her long-standing tie with canada and she mentioned she owns 2 homes worthy of millions in vancouver.meng was not only cfo but also the daughter of the founder of huawei,one of china's key tech cos.it's the world's biggest supplier of networking hardware.china has demanded meng's immediate release.neither canada nor US provide evidence that meng has broken any law,her arrest put globle markets on edge that investors worried about it could subertarged any chance of trade deal between washington and beijing.
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1.An accused Russian  spy held by the US on charges of infiltrating republican party circles,in order to provide information to Russia has reached a deal with procecutors to plead guilty.The attorney said in the court filings that the case against jurist now been resolved.the US justice department alleged MB was a coworker Russian agent,who maintain connections with the Russian spies,in a mission aimed penitrating quote  the US national decision make aparatis,to advance the agenda of the Russian federation.

2.The detained Huawei chief financial officer say she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns.While waiting on a hearing for extradiction to the U.S.R,Court documents showed,US authorities accused her of misleading banks in putting those at risk of breaking US sanctions on Iran.They alleged she was trying to use those banks to move money out of Iran.Court documents also show that in the meantime she wants to be released,and not only on grounds she suffered from hypertension.she is also citing her long standing ties of Cancada,and mentions he owns two homes worth millions in Vencuver.Meng is not only CFO,she is also the daughter of the founder of HuaWei,one of the China's key tech companies.It's the world's biggest supplier on networking hardware. China has demanded Meng's immediately release.Neither the Canada nor the US has provided china with any evidence that Meng has broken any law in Mxx countries.Her arrest had put global markets on edge with investors worried it could sabotage any chance of trade deal,between Washington and Beijing.


3.A chinese court has ordered a ban in the country on several Iphone models,because of a patent dispute between iphone maker apple and US chip maker Qualcom.And intermediate  people's court granted Qcom's request for preliminary injunctions against 4s of series of apple,ordering them immediately stop selling the iphone6s through iphone10 that use old version's of apple's IOS opearting system.Apple said in a statement Monday that its iphones using newer operating systems remain on sale in China.The court decision is the latest legal action in a long running dispute between the 2 California tech giants.

4.Britain's already disorderly departure from the Union and European Union,turn even more chaotic Monday,when British Prime minister TM postponed a house of commons vote,on her Brexit withdrawl deal.That agreement took month of negotiations with Brussels to conclude.She spoke Monday to a packed and roudy house of commons.As a result,if went ahead and held the vote tomorrow,the deal would be rejected,by significant ponject. We vote that for the futher vote charge over tomorrow,and not proceed to devide the house at this time.

5.Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry has rejected Turkey's request to extradite 2 former senior Saudi officials,suspected of invlovment of killing of journalist JK in October.Turkish officials say they have strong suspision that ST a top aids to crown prince MBS,and general AA is said as deputy  head foreign intelligence,were among the planies in H's death.the Saudi critics was killed in Istanbul's consulate on October 2nd.Last month,the US treasury slaps sanction on 17 Saudis for their role in the murder,and including Cetani,but not Asiri,The Saudi public procecutor has said the order to repatriate K,came from Asiri.A travel ban has also been imposed on Katani,it's not clear though if the man are currently detained,western states are continuing to press the Kiongdom for a credible investigation.

6.French president Macro was go throuhg humble and resolute as he spoke publicly for the first time about the anti government protest that have shaken the country,He said in a nation-wide broadcast Monday night,I take my share of responsibility,I might have hurt people with my words,he said he recognized his proposed taxed hike on pensions was unjust.
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an accused russian spy held by the united states on charges of info trading republican party circles in order to provide information to russia has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guity. the atterney say the in a court filings that the case against him has been resolved, the us justice department alleged maria butina  a cowork russian agent maintain connections with russian spys with a mission aimed penetrating quoate the us national decision-making aferratives to advance the agenda of russian federation.the detained huawei chief financial officer-meng wanzhou, says she should be released on bail in canada over health concerns, while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the united states. reuters correspondent ryan brooks report.
for documents showed the us authority accused her of misleading banks and puting those banks at risk of breaking us sanctions on iran and alleged she was trying to use those banks to move money out of iran. the ment also showed  that in the meantime, she wants to be released and not only on grounds of she suffers from hypertension, she's also siding her long-standing ties with canada  and mensioned she owns 2 homes worth millions in vancouver. meng is not only the cfo, she is also the daughter of the founder of huawei, one of chinese key tech companies, it's the world's biggest supplier of networking hardware. china has demanded meng's immediate release, neight canada nor the us has provided china with any evidence that meng has broken any law in those two countries. arrest has put global market at edge with investors worried it could sabotage any chance of a trade deal between washington and beijing.


a chinese court has ordered a ban in the country on several iphone models because of the pattern disbute between iphone maker apple and us chip maker core. and intermediately people score ready 4 points request for prelinmitary injunctions against 4 subsidiaries of apple ordering them to immediately stop selling the ipone 6s through iphone 10 that use all the versions of apple's ios upgrading system. apple said in a statement monday, that its iphone using newer operationg systems remained on sale in china. the court decision has the latest legal action in the long running disbute between the 2 california tech giants.


britain's already disorderly departure from the union or european union turn even more chaotic monday. the british prime minister tereaser may postponed the house of common's vote on her brexit withdraw deal. an agreement took months of negotiations with brussel to conclude. she spoke monday to a pck and cloudy house of common.

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I'm CR reporting. An accused Russian spy held by the United States on charges of infiltrating Republican Party circles in order to provide information to Russia has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty. Her attorney said in the court filings that the case against her has now been resolved. The US Justice department alleges MB was a covert Russian agent who maintained connections with Russian spies in a mission aimed at penetrating "the US National Decision Making Apparatus" to advance the agenda of Russian Federation. The detained HUAWEI Chief Financial Officer Mengguanngzhou says she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns, while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the United States. Writers correspondent RB reports.
Court documents showed US Authorities accuse her of misleading banks and putting those banks at the risk of breaking US sanctions on Iran. They alleged she was trying to use those banks to move money out of Iran. Court documents also showed that in the meantime she wants to be released and not only on grounds of she suffers from hypertension, she's also citing her longstanding ties with Canada and mentioned she owns two homes worth millions in Vancouver. Meng is not only CFO, she is also the daughter of the founder of HUAWEI, one of China's key tech companies. It's the world's biggest supplier of networking hardware. China has demanded Meng's immediate release.
Neither the Canada nor the US has provided China with any evidence that Meng has broken any law in those two countries.
Her arrest has put global markets on edge with investors worried it could sabotage any chance of trade deal between Washington and Beijing.
This is VOA news.



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An accused Russian spy held by the Untied States on charges of infiltrating Republican Party circles in order to provide information to Russia has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty. Her attorney said in a court filings that the case against her has now been resolved. The U.S. Justice Department alleges XX was a covert Russian agent, who maintained connections with Russian spies in a mission aimed at penetrating the U.S. national decision-making apparatus to advance the agenda of Russia Federation.
The detained Huawei's chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, says she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the United States. Reuters correspondent XX reports.


Court documents showed U.S. authorities accuse her misleading banks and putting those banks at risk of breaking U.S. sanctions on Iran.  The allege she was trying to use those banks to move money out of Iran. Court documents also showed that at the meantime she wants to be released and not only on grounds she suffers from hypertension. She is also citing her longstanding ties with Canada and mentioned she owns two homes worth millions in Vancouver. Meng is not only CFO, she is also the daughter of founder of Huawei, one of China's key tech companies. It's the world's biggest supplier of networking hardware. China has demanded Meng's immediate release. Neither the Canada nor the U.S. has provided China with any evidence that Meng has broken any law in those two countries. Her arrest has put global markets on edge, with investors worried it could sabotage any chance of a trade deal between Washington and Beijing. This is VOA news.


A Chinese court has ordered a ban in the country on several iPhone models, because of a patent dispute between iPhone maker Apple and U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm. An Intermediate People Court  granted Qualcomm's request for preliminary injunctions against four subsidiaries of Apple, ordering them to immediately stop selling iPhone 6S through iPhone X that use older the versions of  Apple's ISO operating system.  Apple said in a statement Monday that its iPhone using newer operating systems remain on sale in China.  The court decision is the latest legal action in a long-running dispute between the two California tech giants.


Britain's already disorderly departure from the European Union turned even more chaotic Monday when British Prime Minister XX postponed a House of Commons vote on her Brexit withdraw deal. That agreement took months of negotiations with Brussels to conclude. She spoke Monday to a packed and rowdy House of Commons. As result, if we went ahead and held the vote tomorrow, the deal would be rejected by a significant margin. We will therefore defer the vote scheduled for tomorrow and not proceed to divide the House at this time.


Saudi Arabia's former minister has rejected Turkey's request to extradite two former senior Saudi officials suspected of involvement in the killing of journalist XX in October.  Reuters correspondent XX reports. Turkish officials say they have a strong suspicion on Saud XX, a top aideto Crown Prince XX and General XX, who served as deputy head of foreign intelligence, were among the planners in XX's death. The Saudi critic was killed in Istanbul's consulate on October 2. Last month, the U.S. Treasury slapped sanctions on 17 Saudis for their role in the murder. It included XX but not XX. The Saudi public prosecutors said the order to repatriate XX came from XX.  A travel ban has also been imposed on XX. It's not clear, though, if the men are currently detained. Western states are continuing to press the kingdom for a credible investigation.


French President XX was both humble and resolute as he spoke publicly for the first time about the anti-government protests that shaken the country. He said in a nationwide broadcast Monday night, I take my share of responsibility. I might have hurt people with my words. He said he recognized a proposed tax hike on pensions was unjust.



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