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[BBC] BBC 2020-10-09

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[Homework]BBC 2020-10-09

BBC News with Rose *.

The U.S. authorities have filed charges against 13 members of two militia groups in Michigan in connection with an alleged plot to kidnap the state Governor *. The FBI accuse 6 conspirators of planning to abduct Mrs. * at her holiday home. Without mentioning President Trump by name, Mrs. * said he had spent the last 7 months stoking distrusts, fermenting anger and giving comfort to those who spread fear and division.

One of President Trump’s closest allies, the Republican Senate majority leader * has revealed that he has avoided the White House for two months because of a lack of coronavirus precautions. Mr. * contrasted the approach he adopted in the executive mansion to his owning systems on masks and social distancing in the Senate.

The World Health Organization has reported a record daily increase in global coronavirus cases. The global figure reached almost 340,000. Europe registered 97,000 new cases.

President Trump has rejected a plan to hold next Thursday’s election debate in virtual format, saying it will be a waste of time and that the moderate will be able to cut him off. Instead, he’s agreed to hold a face to face with Joe Biden a week later.

The U.S. has imposed sweeping new sanctions on Iran, this time targeting its major banks. Tehran has accused Washington of trying to Iran’s remain child to pay for foods and medicines.     

The government says hostage takers have released an opposition politician and French aid worker. Official said * and * have been freed, they were on their way to the capital Bamako. Two Italian hostages were also released.  

A museum commemorating the 1984 Winter Olympics has reopened in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. The building had been destroyed during the city’s siege by Bosnian Serb forces.  
   
That’s the latest BBC News.


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