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BBC news of Fiona McDonald.

The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cuban defense minister and a special force unit and the interior ministry over their response to anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the U.S treasury is the first step by the Biden administration to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden described the sanction as just the beginning.

A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia told BBC that Tigrayan forces have scored what he described as a major victory in the neighboring Afar region, although he didn't give further details. He also said the rebels were fighting troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.

Security officials in Mozambique say 30 Jihadists have been killed near Palma by Rwandan forces deployed to help contain Islamic insurgency. International troops have been sent to try to quell the four-year insurgency, in which thousands have been killed, many of them beheaded.

A Russian court has fined the social media giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to delete banned content when order to do so. Facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and Twitter 74,000 dollar.

The Upper House of the Czech parliament has approved the law allowing compensation for women, who were forcibly sterilized. Its practice has begun in 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundreds of women, most of them from the Roma minority could be eligible.

A former UN human rights chief Navi Pillay is to head an international inquiry into alleged crime during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. The UN human rights commissioner has said that the time that Israel strikers into Gaza might constitute war crimes and that Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.

BBC news.
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The US has imposed sanctions on the Cuben defense minister and a speical forces unit in the interior ministry over their response anti government protests earlier this month.The move by the US treasury is the first step by the Biden administration to try to  apply pressure on the Cuben government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests.President Biden described the sanctions as just the beginning.

A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia has told the BBC that Tigraian forces have scored what he described as a major victory  in the neighboring aFare region but he didn't give further details.He also said the rebels were fighting troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray.the claims have not been verified.

Security officials in Mosonbic say 30 Jihadists have been killed near Pelmar,by Ruwandan forces deployed to help containing Islamist insurgency ,international troops have been sent to trial and quell 4 four insurgency in which 1000 have been killed,many of them beheaded.

A Russian court has fined the social media giants facebook and twitter for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so,facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and twitter 74,000.

The upper house of the Cheque parliament has approved a law allowing compensation for women who were forcebily sterilize,it's a practice begun in the 1960s,but continued even after the fall of communism,several hundreds women most of them from the R minority could be eligible.

A former UN human right chief NP is to head an international inquiry into alleged crimes during the comflicts in may between Israel and Hamas,the UN human rights commissioner  has said that the time that Israeli strikes on Gaza might consititute  war crimes,and that Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald
The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cuban Defense Minister and a Special Forces Unit in the Interior Ministry over their response to anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the US Treasury is the first step by the Biden Administration to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden described the sanctions as just beginning.


A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia has told BBC that Tigrayan forces has scored what he described as major victory in the neighboring Afar region, although he didn’t give further details. He also said that the rebels were fighting troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.


Security officials in Mozambique say 30 Jihadists have been killed near Palma by Rwandan forces deployed to help contain Islamist insurgency. International troops are being sent to tranquil a 4-year insurgency in which thousands have been killed, many of them beheaded.  


A Russian court has fined the social media giants Facebook and Tweet for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so. Facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and Tweet 74,000.  


The Upper House of the Czech parliament has approved the law allowing compensation for women who were forcibly sterilised. It’s a practice that began in 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the Roman minority, could be eligible.


A former UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay is to head an international inquiry into alleged crimes during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. The UN Human Rights commissioner had said at the time that Israel strikes on Gaza might constitute war crimes and that Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.
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The US has imposed restrictions on Cuban defence minister,a  several special forces unit and and interior ministry over their response to anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the US Treasury is the first step by the Biden adminstration to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden described the sanctions as just the beginning.
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A Russian court has fined the social giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so. Facebook was fined 81 thousand dollars and Twitter 74 thousand.
The upper house of the Czech parliament has approved a law allowing compensation for women who are forcibly sterilized.It's a practice that began in 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the ?minority, could be eligible.
A former UN human rights chief ? is to head an international inquiry into the alleged crimes during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas.The UN human rights commissioner had said  the time that Israeli strikes on Gaza might constitute war crimes and Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.
BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cube Defense Minister and a Special Forces Unity in the Interior Ministry over their response to anti-government protests early this month. The move by the US Treasury is the first step by the Biden administration to try to apply pressure on the Cube government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. Mr. Biden described the sanctions as just beginning.

A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia has told BBC that Tigrayan forces have scored what he describes as major victory in the neighboring Afar region, although he didn't give further details. He also said that the rebels were fighting troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.

Security officials in Mozambique say 30 Jihadists has been killed near Palma by Rwandan forces deployed to help containing Islamist insurgency. International troops are being sent to try and quell four-year insurgency in which thousands have been killed, many of them had beheaded.

A Russian court has fined social media giants, Facebook and Twitter, for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so. Facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and Twitter 74,000.

The Upper House of the Czech parliament has approved the law allowing compensation for women who are forcibly sterilized. It's a practice that began in 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the Roma Minority, could be eligible.

A former UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay is to head an international inquiry into alleged crimes during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. The UN Human Rights commissioner has said that the time that Israel strikes on Gaza might constitute war crimes and that Tomas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.

BBC news.
1.   The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cuba's defence minister and special force unite in the interior ministry over their responce anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the U.S treasury is the first step by the Biden's administry to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden discribed the sanctions as just begining.

2.   A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia told the BBC taht Tigraian forces have scord what he describes as a major victory in the neighboring A. region, although he didn't give further details. He also said the rebels were fighting the troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.

3.   Securityofficials in Mozambique say 30 jihadists have been killed near P. by Rwandan forces deployed to help containing Islamist insurgency. International troops has been sent to trial and quell a four-year insurgency in which thousands have been killed, many of them beheaded.

4.   A Russian court has fined social media giants, Facebook and Twitter, for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so. Facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and Twitter 74,000.

5.   The Upper House of the Czech parliament has approved a law allowing compensation for women who were forcibly sterilizef, it's a practice begun in the 1960s, but continued even after the fall of Communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the Roman minority, could be eligible.

6.   A fomer U.N human right chief Navy P, is to head in the national inquiry in to alleged crime during a conflict in May between Isreal and Hamas. The U.N human rights commissioner has said that the time that Israeli stricks on Gaza might consititute war crimes, and Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.
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The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cuban Defence Minister and a special forces unit in the Interior Ministry over their response to anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the US Treasury is the first step by the Biden administration to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden described the sanctions as just the beginning.

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A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia told the BBC that Tigray forces have scoured horti as a major victory in the neighbouring and afar region, although he didn’t give further details. He also said that the rebels would fight in troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.

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Security officials in Mozambique say 30 jihadists have been killed near Palma by Rwanda forces deployed to help contain Islamic insurgences. International troops have been sent to try and qwell the four-year insurgences, in which thousands have been killed, many of them beheaded.

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A Russian court has fined the social media giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to delete banned content when ordered to do so. Facebook was fined 81 thousand dollars and Twitter 74 thousand.

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The upper house of the Czeque Parliament has approved a law allowing compensation for women who were forcibly sterilized. It’s a practice that began in the 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the R--- minority, could be eligible.

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A former UN human rights chief N--- is to head an international inquiry into alleged crimes during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. The UN human rights commissioner has said at the time that Israeli strikes on Gaza might constitute war crimes and that Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The United States has imposed sanctions on the Cuban Defense Minister and a special forces unit in the Interior Ministry over their response to anti-government protests earlier this month. The move by the U.S Treasury is the first step by the Biden Administration to try to apply pressure on the Cuban government over alleged human rights abuses during the protests. President Biden described the sanctions as “just the beginning”.

A senior rebel commander in Ethiopia has told BBC that Tigrayan forces have scored what he described as a major victory in the neighboring Afar region, although he didn't give further details. He also said the rebels were fighting troops allied to the federal government in southern and western Tigray. The claims have not been verified.

Security officials in Mozambique say 30 Jihadists have been killed near Palma by Rwandan forces deployed to help contain Islamic insurgency. International troops have been sent to try to quell the four-year insurgency, in which thousands have been killed, many of them beheaded.

A Russian court has fined the social media giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to delete banned content when order to do so. Facebook was fined 81,000 dollars and Twitter 74,000.

The Upper House of the Czech Parliament has approved a law allowing compensation for women, who were forcibly sterilized. It’s a practice that began in the 1960s but continued even after the fall of communism. Several hundred women, most of them from the Roma minority, could be eligible.

A former UN human rights chief Navi Pillay is to head an international inquiry into alleged crimes during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. The UN Human Rights Commissioner had said at the time that Israeli strikes on Gaza might constitute war crimes and that Hamas violated international law by firing rockets into Israel.

BBC news.
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