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[Homework]BBC 2020-01-07

BBC news with Nick KellyThe forces of the Libyan-Moro General Khalifa Haftar have said they stormed and captured the coastal city of Sirte, which up to now has been in the hands of the country's UN backed government. It hasn't yet made any comment. General Haftar's forces hold much of Libya.


The UN Secretary General Antonia Guterres has said the global tensions are on the highest level this century. He made no direct reference to the US airstrike that killed the Iranian General Qasem Soleiman in Iraq, but he warned of a profound risk of miscalculation. There is a cauldron  of tensions caused more countries to take unpredictable decisions.


The former US Nation Security Adviser John Bolton has said he is willing to testify at President Trump's impeachment trial if called to do so by the Senate. The surprised decision was announced on Mr Bolton's website as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over whether the witnesses should be allowed to give evidence at the trial.


New sex crime charges have been filed against the former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein in Los Angeles. On the same day,  his high-profile rape trial begun in New York. LA prosecutors alleged Mr Weinstein raped one woman and sexually assaulted another in 2013. The film producer has repeatedly denied accusations of sexual misconduct.  


Police in Liberia have fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters gathering near the parliament and presidency after march in the capital Monrovia. The demonstrators are angry over President George Weah's response to spiraling inflation.


And police in Niger have arrested more than 300 Sudanese migrants after protest in the town of Agadez led to most all of transit camping burned down. Over the weekend, the police moved in and vehemently dispersed the demonstration calling for their paper work to be processed. The authorities said some migrants then torched around 300 homes.
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