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10.17.2020
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1.President Macron of France has paid tribute to a teacher beheaded by a  knifeman in a suburb of Paris, saying he was killed for advocating freedom of expression. He called him a victim of Islamist terror attack and declared that the violence would not win. The teacher is said to have shown his class caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Police shot dead the attacker, reported to have been 18 years old and born in Russia.

2.America’ s budget deficit was staggering 3.1 trillion dollars in the fiscal year just ended. More than twice as big as its previous record set during the financial crisis. It was caused by almost entirely by coronovirus support package.

3.Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country should prepare for ending the Brexit transition period without a trade deal in the end of this year.  He said it could only be avoided if the EU fundamentally changed the negotiating position.

4.US prosecutor has charged the Mexican former defense minister with a drug trafficking. General xx , who was arrested in Los Angela airport, was facing indictments on production and distribution of narcotics and money laundering.

5.New night-time restrictions have come into force in Paris and 8 other French cities in an effort to slow the rising tide of coronovirus infections. More parts in England would come under strict measures on Saturday.

6.President xx of ivory coast has told thousands of supporters that he would not bow to opposition demand that he pulled out of presidential elections due at the  end of the month. His rival said that by standing for a third term , he was violating the constitution. There are fears that the disputes would lead to political unrest.

7.New Zealanders are voting in general election that would be delayed by a month by a coronovirus outbreak. Two referendums were also taking place on euthanasia and on the decriminalization of recreational cannabis use
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