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BBC news with Chris Barrel.

United Nations experts say they have information suggesting that Saudi Arabia's crown Prince may have been involved in hacking the phone of the Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The UN team say Mohammed bin Salman might have tried to influence coverage of Saudi in Washington Post, which Mr.Bezos owns. They also said the allegations are relevance to claims that the prince was involved in the murder in one of the paper's journalists, Jamal Khashoggi.

The U.S Democrats have begun presenting their arguments in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. Their team leader Adam Shiff accused the president of abusing his powers and obstructing justice in his dealings with Ukraine in a bid to boost his re-election chances.

President Trump has threatened to impose tariffs of 25% on cars imported from Europe unless the EU concludes a trade deal they have been negotiating since 2017. Germany ambassador to the U.S. said the EU will respond in kind to any new U.S. tariffs.

In the past half hour, the World Health Organization has announced it would not yet declare an international public health emergency over the outbreak of a new respiratory virus in China. It said more information was needed about the spread of the disease. It's killed 17 people from the province around the city of Wuhan where it originated.

The forces of the Libyan rebel general Khalifa Haftar said they will target any civilian or military plane using the airport that serves the capital Tripoli. General Haftar's forces accuse Turkey of using it as a base from which targeted them.The Turks give military support to Libya's UN-backed government which holds Tripoli.

And a smuggler notorious for stealing the eggs of rare birds is fighting extradition to Brazil from Britain, where he is in jail for egg trafficking. Jeffrey Lendrum is known as the Pablo Escobar of eggs for raiding the nests of birds of prey for wealthy international clients over three decades.

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