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The Gambian electoral commission has declared the incumbent * the winner of the country’s presidential election. According to figures released by Gambia’s electoral commission, Mr. * received almost twice as many votes as his main challenger, *. Earlier, Mr. * and two other candidates questioned the result, citing delays in the count.   

Niger says twelve of its soldiers and dozens of militants have been killed in a battle in its southwestern border region. Security forces came under heavy fire from hundreds of fighters near the village of * on Saturday.

Tributes from both sides of the U.S. political divide have been paid to the formal presidential candidate, Bob * who’s died at the age of 98. President Biden described the former presidential candidate as an American stateman like few in the country’s history.

Reports from northern Iraq say Islamic State fighters have killed at least five people in a village near *. Four of victims are said to be Kurdish soldiers and one civilian.

Hundreds of people have taken part in protest on beaches in South Africa against planned exploration for offshore oil and gas by the multi-national energy company Shell. On Friday, a court dismissed an application to halt an underwater seismic survey by the company.

A speaker of the House of Commons in England has promised to raise allegations of drug use within its buildings with the police. * described as deeply concerning a newspaper report that traces of cocaine had been found in the Palace of Westminster.

Formula One motor racing’s first Saudi Arabia Grand Prix has been won by Louis *, his rival * was second. The result means both men are level going into the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.   

That’s the latest World’s News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Morro Olderson.

The Gambian electoral commission has declared the incumbent Adama Barrow, the winner of the country's presidential election. According to figures released by Gambia’s electoral commission, Mr. Barrow received almost twice as many votes as his main challenger Ousainou Darboe. Earlier, Mr. Darboe and two other candidates questioned the results, citing delays in the count.   

Niger says 12 of its soldiers and dozens of militants have been killed in a battle in its southwestern border region. Security forces came under heavy fire from hundreds of fighters near the village of Funio on Saturday.

Tributes from both sides of the U.S. political divide have been paid to the formal presidential candidate, Bob Dole, who's died at the age of 98. President Biden described the former presidential candidate as an American statesman like few in the country’s history.

Reports from northern Iraq say Islamic State fighters have killed at least five people in a village near Qara Salem. Four of victims are said to be Kurdish soldiers and one civilian.

Hundreds of people have taken part in protests on beaches in South Africa against planned exploration for offshore oil and gas by the multi-national energy company Shell. On Friday, a court dismissed an application to halt an underwater seismic survey by the company.

A speaker of the House of Commons in England has promised to raise allegations of drug use within its buildings with the police. Lindsay Hoyle described as deeply concerning a newspaper report that traces of cocaine had been found in the Palace of Westminster.

Formula One motor racing's first Saudi Arabia Grand Prix has been won by Lewis Hamilton. His rival Max Verstappen was second. The result means both men are level going into the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.   

That's the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with Moira Alderson

The Gambian electoral commission has declared the incumbent Adama Barrow the winner of the country’s presidential election. According to figures released by Gambia’s electoral commission, Mr. Barrow received almost twice as many votes as his main challenger Ousainou Darboe. Earlier, Mr. Darboe and 2 other candidates questioned the result, citing delays in the count.

Niger says 12 of its soldiers and dozens of militants have been killed in a battle in its southwestern border region. Security forces came under heavy fire from hundreds of fighters near the village of Funio on Saturday.

Tributes from both sides of the US political devide have been paid to the former former presidential candidate Bob Dole, who’s died at the age of 98. President Biden described the former presidential candidate as an American statesman by few in the country’s history.

Reports from northern Iraq say Islamic State fighters have killed at least 5 people in the village near Qara Salem. Four of the victims are said to be Kurdish soldiers and 1 civilian.

Hundreds of people have taken part in protests on beaches in South Africa against plant exploration for offshore oil and gas by the multinational energy company Shell. On Friday, a court dismissed an application to halt an underwater seismic survey by the company.

The Speaker of the House of Commons in England has promised to raise allegations of drug use within its building with the police. Lindsay Hoyle described as deeply concerning a newspaper report that traces of cocaine had been found in the Palace of Westminster.

Formula-1 motor racing’s first Saudi Arabia Grand Prix has been won by Lewis Hamilton. His rival Max Verstappen was second. The result means both men are leveled going into the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

That’s the latest world news from the BBC.
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BBC news with Morrel Oddsson
The Gambian electoral commission has declared the incumbent Adama Barrow the winner of the country’s presidential election. According to figures released by Gambia’s electoral commission, Mr Barrow received almost twice as many votes as his main challenger Ousainou Darboe. Earlier, Mr Darboe and two other candidates questioned the results, citing delays in the count.

Niger says 12 of its soldiers and dozens of militants have been killed in a battle in its southwestern border region. Security forces came under heavy fire from hundreds of fighters near the village of Funio on Saturday.

Tributes from both sides of the US political divide have been paid to the former presidential candidate Bob Dole who has died at the age of 89. President Biden described the former presidential candidate as an American statesman, like few in the country’s history.

Reports from Northern Iraq say Islamic State fighters have killed at least 5 people in a village near Qara Salem. 4 of the victims are said to be Kurdish soldiers and one civilian.

Hundreds of people have taken part in protests on beaches in South Africa against planned exploration for the offshore oil and gas by the multinational energy company, Shell. On Friday, a court dismissed an application to halt underwater seismic survey by the company.

The speaker of the House of Commons in England has promised to raise allegations of drug use within its buildings with the police. Sir Lindsay Hoyle described it as deeply concerning. A newspaper reported that traces of cocaine had been found in the Palace of Westminster.

Formula 1 motor racing’s first Saudi Arabian Grand Prix has been won by Lewis Hamilton. His rival Max Verstappen was second. The result means both men are level, going into the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.
That’s the latest world news from the BBC.

[Homework]BBC 2021-12-06

The Gambia's electoral commission has declared the incumbent E, the winner of the country's presidential election. According to figures released by Gambia's electoral commission, Mr B received almost twice as many votes as his main challenger D. Earlier Mr. D and two other candidates questioned the results, citing delays in the counts.

N says twelve of its soldiers and dozens of militants have been killed in a battle in its southwestern border region. Security forces came under heavy fire from hundreds of fighters near the village of F on Saturday.


Tributes from both sides of the US political divide have been paid to the former presidential candidate B, who has died at the age of 98. President Biden described the former presidential candidate as an American statesman   in the country's history.


Reports from Northern Iraq say Islamic state fighters have killed at least 5 people in a village near K. 4 of the victims are said to the Kurdish soldiers and one civilian.


Hundreds of people have taken part in protests on beaches in South Africa against planned exploration of offshore oil and gas by the multi-national energy company Shell. On Friday, a court dismissed an application to halt underwater site survey by the company.


The speaker of the house of commons in England promised to raise allegations of drug use within its buildings with the police. S described as deeply concerning a newspaper report that traces of cocaine had been found in the Palace of westminster.


Formula One motor racing's first Saudi Arabia gunplay has been won by Louise H . His rival M was second. The results mean both men are level-off, going into the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.


This is the latest news from BBC.



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