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BBC News Summary 2022-01-27 (Thu)

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BBC News with Steward Macintosh

The United States says it’s issued its formal response to Russia’s demand over the crisis on the Ukraine border. The US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Washington had made no concession on its core principle but he insisted that the document can take serious offers to find the diplomatic path out of the crisis.

The liberal US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is to retire in June. The White House says President Biden will make good his pledge to nominate the first black woman to the court. The Democrats won’t need Republican votes in the Senate to confirm the nominee.

The US Central Bank says it could raise interest rates in March and then its bond purchases. It left the interest rate unchanged at 0 for now. The Fed statement signals a willingness to move away from the loose monetary policy that’s marked the pandemic period in order to fight inflation.

Lawyers for Prince Andrew who’ve written to a US judge to demand a jury trial in a civil lawsuit brought by a woman who has accused him of sexual assault. Virginia Giuffre alleges that he assaulted her when she was a teenager. A US lawyer, Lisa Bloom, dismissed the Prince’s action as a public relation exercise, adding Ms Giuffre had already asked for a jury trial.

The Catalan regional parliament has formally pardoned hundreds of women executed for witchcraft during the 15th to 18th centuries. Some MPs want their memory honored by naming streets after them.

Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have become the first 2 teams to advance to the quarter finals of the Africa Cup of Nations football tournament in Cameroon. Egypt beat Ivory Coast in the penalty shootout and will now play Morocco. Equatorial Guinea also needed a penalty shootout to get past Mali.

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

The United States says it’s issued its formal response to Russia’s demands over the crisis on the Ukraine border. The U.S. Secretary of State Anthony * said Washington had made no concession on its core principles, but he insisted the document contained serious offers to find a diplomatic path out of the crisis.

The liberal U.S. Supreme Court justice Steven * is to retire in June. The White House says President Biden will make good his pledge to nominate the first black woman to the court. The Democrat won’t need Republican votes in the Senate to confirm the nominee.

The U.S. Central Bank says it could raise interest rate in March and end its bond purchases. It left the interest rate unchanged at zero for now. The Fed statement signals a willingness to move away from the loose monetary policy that marked the pandemic period in order to fight inflation.

Lawyers for Prince Andrew have written to a U.S. judge to demand a jury trial in a civil lawsuit brought by a woman who has accused him of sexual assault. * alleges that he assaulted her when she was a teenager. A U.S. lawyer * dismissed the prince’s action as a public relation exercise, adding Miss * had already asked for a jury trial.

The Catalan regional parliament has formally pardoned hundreds of women executed for witchcraft during the 15th to 18th centuries. Some MPs want their memory honored by naming streets after them.

Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have become the first two teams to advance to the quarter finals of the Africa Cup of Nations Football tournament in Cameroon. Egypt beat Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout and will now play Morocco. Equatorial Guinea also needed a penalty shootout to get past Mali.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.

The United States says it has issued a formal response to Russia's demands over the crisis on the Ukraine border. The U.S. secretary of state Antony Blinken said Washington had made no concessions on its core principles, but he insisted the document contained serious offers to find a diplomatic path out of the crisis.

The liberal U.S. Supreme Court justice Steven Breyer is to retire in June. The White House says President Biden will make good his pledge to nominate the first black woman to the court. The democrats won't need republican votes in the senate to confirm the nominee.

The U.S. central bank says it would raise interest rates in March and end its bond purchase. It left the interest rates unchanged at zero for now. The Fed's statement signals a willingness to move away from the loose monetary policy that's marked the pandemic period in order to fight inflation.

Lawyers for Prince Andrew have written to a U.S. judge to demand a jury trial in a civil lawsuit brought by a woman, who has accused him of sexual assault. Virginia Giuffre alleges that he assaulted her when she was a teenager. A U.S. lawyer Lisa Bloom dismissed the Prince's action as a public relation exercise, adding Mrs.Giuffre has already asked for a jury trial.

The Catalan regional parliament has formally pardoned hundreds of women executed for witchcraft during the 15th to 18th centuries. Some MPs want their memory honored by naming streets after them.

Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have become the first two teams to advance to the quarter finals of the Africa Cup of Nations Football tournament in Cameroon. Egypt beat Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout and will now play Morocco. Equatorial Guinea also needed a penalty shootout to get pass Mali.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Jordan Macintosh
The United States has issued its formal response to Russia’s demands over the crisis on the Ukraine border. The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington had made on concessions on its core principles, but he insisted the document contained serious offers to find a diplomatic path out of the crisis.


The Liberal US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is to retire in June. The White House says President Biden will make good his pledge to nominate the first black woman to the court. The Democrats won’t need Republican vote in the Senate to confirm the nominee.


The US Central Bank says it could raise interest rates in March and end its bond purchases, as it left the interest rates unchanged at zero for now. The Fed’s statement signals a willingness to move away from the loose monetary policy that’s marked the pandemic period in order to fight inflation.


Lawyers for Prince Andrew have written to a US judge to demand a jury trial in a civil lawsuit brought by a woman who has accused him of sexually assault. Virginia Giuffre alleges that he assaulted her when she was a teenager. A US lawyer Lisa Bloom dismissed the Prince’s action as a public relation’s exercise, adding Miss Giuffre had already asked for a jury trial.


The Catalan regional parliament has formally pardoned hundreds of women executed for witchcraft during the 15th to 18th centuries. Some MPs want their memory honored by naming streets after them.


Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have become the first two teams to advance to the court finals of the Africa Cup of Nations Football tournament in Cameroon. Egypt beat Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout and will now play Morocco. Equatorial Guinea also needed a penalty shootout to get past Mali.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh.

The United States has issued its formal response to Russia's demands over the crisis on the Ukraine border.

The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington had made no concessions on its core principles, but he insisted the document contained serious offers to find a diplomatic path out of the crisis.

The liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Steven Breyer is to retire in June.

The White House says President Biden will make good his pledge to nominate the first black woman to the court.

The Democrats won't need Republican votes in the Senate to confirm the nominee.

The U.S. central bank says it could raise interest rates in March and end its bond purchases, as it left the interest rates unchanged at zero for now.

The Fed's statement signals a willingness to move away from the loose monetary policy that's marked the pandemic period in order to fight inflation.

Lawyers for Prince Andrew have written to a U.S. judge to demand a jury trial in a civil lawsuit brought by a woman, who has accused him of sexual assault.

Virginia Giuffre alleges that he assaulted her when she was a teenager.

A U.S. lawyer Lisa Bloom dismissed the Prince's action as a public relation's exercise, adding Mrs.Giuffre had already asked for a jury trial.

The Catalan regional parliament has formally pardoned hundreds of women executed for witchcraft during the 15th to 18th centuries.

Some MPs want their memory honored by naming streets after them.

Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have become the first two teams to advance to the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations Football tournament in Cameroon.

Egypt beat Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout and will now play Morocco.

Equatorial Guinea also needed a penalty shootout to get past Mali.

BBC News.
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