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A commander of * forces in northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until * region is lifted and federal government accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General * told BBC Ethiopian federal forces and their trained troops would be wiped out if they didn’t leave voluntarily.


The U.S. Senate has reconvened that it moves closer to voting on President Biden’s trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. Senates have been holding a highly unusual Sunday sitting to finish drafting the complex legislation. The bill would pave the way to the greatest investment in U.S. roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.



The U.S. and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on an Israeli operated tanker off the Omani coast on Thursday. The U.S. Secretary of State Anthony * said the U.S. was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an appropriate response.




The government in Madagascar says it arrests more people in connections with the failed attempt to assassinate President * in last month. They include 12 serving military and police personnel including five generals.


Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year as government ends its coronavirus restrictions on opening hours. * have taken the opportunity to open their doors but customers enjoying a drink must sit down. Dancing will be allowed in October if the vaccination program continues to roll out successfully.

The Czech Republic and Poland have offered to help a Belarusian sprinter who was ordered home from the Tokyo Olympics by her country’s Olympics officials after she criticized her coaches. Christina * is under Japanese police protection, and Czech Foreign Minister has said his government will offer her a visa so she could apply for international protection there.

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The commander of two ? forces in northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until the blockade on the region is lifted and the Federal governement accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General G told BBC Ehiopian federal forces and their trained? troops should be wiped out if they didn't leave voluntarily.

The US senate has reconvened as it moves closer to voting on president Biden's trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. Senators have been holding a highly unusual Sunday sitting to finish drafting the complex legislation. The bill will pave the way to the greatest investment in US roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.

The US and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on the Isreali-operated tanker off the Omani coast on Thursday. The US secretary of state AB said the US was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an approparite response.

The government in Madagascar said it's arrested more people in connection with the failed attempt to assasinate president A last month. They include 12 serving military and police personnel, including five generals.

Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year as  government ends its coronavirus restrictions on opening hours. Plenty have taken the opportunity to open their doors. The customers enjoying a drink must sit down. Dancing will be allowed in October. Its vaccination programme continues to roll out successfully.

The Czech Republic and Poland have offered to help a Belarusian sprinter who is ordered home from the Tokyo Olympics by her country's Olympic officials, after she criticized her coaches. C is under Japanese police protection, and the Czech Foreign Minister has said his government was offering her a visa so she could apply for international protection there.
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A commander of Tigrayan forces in Northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until the blockade on the region is lifted and the federal government accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General Tsadkan Gebretensae told BBC, Ethiopian federal forces and Eritrean troops would be wiped out if they did not leave voluntarily.  


The US Senate has reconvened as it moves closer to voting on President Biden’s trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. Senators have been holding a highly unusual Sunday sitting to finish drafting the complex legislation. The bill will pave the way to the greatest investment in US roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.


The US and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on an Israeli operated tanker off the Omani coast on Thursday. The US Secretary of State, Athony Blinken, said the US was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an appropriate response.


The government in Madagascar says it has arrested more people in connection with a failed attempt to assassinate President Andry Rajoe last month. They included 12 serving military and police personnel, including 5 generals.


Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year as the government ends its coronavirus restrictions on opening hours. Plenty have taken the opportunity to open their doors. But customers enjoying a drink must sit down. Dancing will be allowed in October if the vaccination program continues to roll out successfully.


The Czech Republic and Poland have offered to help a Belarusian sprinter who is ordered home from the Tokyo Olympics by her country’s Olympic officials after she criticised her coaches. Kryscina Cimanouska is under Japanese police protection. And the Czech Foreign Minister has said his government was offering her a visa, so she could apply for international protection there.
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1.   A commander of Tigray forces in northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until the blockade on the region is lifted and federal government accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General S.G. told the BBC Epiothian federal forces and their Eritrean troops would be wiped out if they didn't leave voluntarily.

2.   The U.S senate has reconvened as  it moves closer to voting on President Biden's trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. Senators have been hold in a highly unusual Sunday setting to finish drafting the complee legislation. The bill will pave the way to the greatest investment in U.S roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.

3.   The U.S and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on an Israeli operated tanker of the A. coast on Thursday. The U.S secretary of state Antoney Blinken said the U.S was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an appropriate response.

4.   The goverment in Madagascar says it has arrested more people in connection with the failed attempt to assassinate President Andrew Z. last month. They include 12 serving military and police personal, including 5 generals.

5.   Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year. As government ends its coronavirus restrictions and opening hours, plenty have taken the opportunity to open their doors. But customers enjoy the drink must set down. Dancing would be allowed in Octorber if the vaccination program continues to roll out successfully.

6.   The Czech Republic and Poland have offored to help a Belarussian sprinter who was ordered home from Tokyo Olympics by her country's Olympic officials after she criticized her coaches. Christina S. is under Japanese police protection. And Czech foreign minister said his government has offering her a visa so she could apply for international protection there.
BBC news with Debbie Russ.

The commander of Tigrayan forces in Northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until the blockade on the region is lifted and the federal government accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General Tsadkan Gebretensae told BBC Ethiopian federal forces and Eritrean troops would be wiped out, if they did not leave voluntarily.  

The U.S Senate has reconvened as it moves closer to voting on President Biden’s trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. Senators have been holding a highly unusual Sunday sitting to finish drafting the complex legislation. The bill will pave the way to the greatest investment in U.S roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.

The U.S and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on an Israeli operated tanker off the Omani coast on Thursday. The U.S Secretary of State Athony Blinken said the US was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an appropriate response.

The government in Madagascar says it's arrested more people in connection with a failed attempt to assassinate President Andry Rajoe last month. They included 12 serving military and police personnel, including five generals.

Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year as the government ends its coronavirus restrictions on opening hours. Plenty have taken the opportunity to open their doors. But customers enjoying a drink must sit down. Dancing will be allowed in October if the vaccination program continues to roll out successfully.

The Czech Republic and Poland have offered to help a Belarusian sprinter who is ordered home from the Tokyo Olympics by her country’s Olympic officials after she criticized her coaches. Kryscina Cimanouska is under Japanese police protection. And the Czech Foreign Minister has said his government was offering her a visa, so she could apply for international protection there.

BBC news.
BBC news with Debbie Russ.

The commander of Trigrayan forces in northern Ethiopia has vowed to keep fighting until the blockade on the region is lift and the federal government accepts its conditions for a ceasefire. General Tsadkan Gebretensae told BBC Ethiopia federal forces and Eritrean troops would be wipe out if they didn't leave voluntarily.

The US Senate has reconvened as it moves closer to voting on President Biden's trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructural bill. Senators have been holding a highly unusual Sunday sitting to finish drafting the complex legislation. The bill will pave the way to the greatest investment in US roads, rail networks, ports and bridges in decades.

The US and Britain say they believe Iran was responsible for an attack on an Israeli operated tanker off the Omani coast on Thursday. The US Secretary of State Athony Blinker said the US was working with its partners to consider the next steps and with regional governments on an appropriate response.

The government in Madagascar says it's arrested more people in connection with a failed attempt to assassinate President Andry Rajoe last month. They included 12 serving military and police personnel, including five generals.

Bars and clubs in Portugal have reopened for the first time since March last year as government ends its coronavirus restrictions on opening hours. Plenty have taken the opportunity to open their doors. But customers enjoying a drink must sit down. Dancing will be allowed in October if the vaccination program continues to roll out successfully.

The Czech of Republic and Poland have offered to help a Belarusian in sprinter who is ordered home from the Tokyo Olympics by her country's Olympic officials after she criticized her coaches. Kryscina Cimaaanouska is under Japanese police protection. And the Czech Foreign Minster has said his government was offering her a visa, so she could apply for international protection there.

BBC news.
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