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The Olympic Games have officially opened at a Peer-Dome ceremony in Tokyo. The stadium held fewer than 1000 spectators because of the Corona virus pandemic. The head of the international Olympic international committee Bahe thanked the Japanese people and described today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star Saka led the Olympic Call zoom.
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The Olympic Games have officially opened at a ceremony in Tokyo. The stadium held fewer than 1,000 spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. The head of the International Olympic Committee Thomas B thanked the Japanese people and described today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka lit the Olympic cauldron.

The Bosnian Serb leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN higher representative used his discretionary powers to ban genocide denial. Milorad Dodik said the move meant that Bosnia could no longer function as a country. Bosnia saw numerous atrocities during the conflict in the 1990s, including the massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica.

Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.

The funeral of President Moise has taken place in Haiti amid heavy security. He was shot dead at his home two weeks ago. Angry supporters of Mr. Moise clashed with police outside the venue. His widow Martine Moise said she wanted justice not revenge.

The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an air strike against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia on Friday. The operation in D said this was the second targeting the Jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somalia by the Biden administration.

A high court judge in Northern Ireland said there should be an investigation into whether the security services could prevent the Omagh bombing in 1998. 29 people were killed in what was the worst single atrocity during the decades of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the Good-Friday peace agreement.
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BBC news of Fiona McDonald.

The Olympic Games have officially opened at a pare-down ceremony in Tokyo. The stadium held fewer than 1,000 spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. The head of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach thanked the Japanese people and described today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka lit the Olympic cauldron.

The Bosnian Serb leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN higher representative used his discretionary powers to ban genocide denial. Milorad Dodik said the move meant that Bosnia could no longer function as a country. Bosnia saw numerous atrocities during the conflict in the 1990s, including the massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica.

Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.

The funeral of President Jovenel Moïse has taken place in Haiti amid heavy security. He was shot dead at his home two weeks ago. Angry supporters of Mr. Moise clashed with police outside the venue. His widow Martine Moise said she wanted justice and not revenge.

The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an air strike against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia on Friday. The operation in * said this was the second targeting the Jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somalia by the Biden administration.

A high court judge in Northern Ireland said there should be an investigation into whether the security services could prevent the Omagh bombing in 1998. 29 people were killed in what was the worst single atrocity during the decades of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the Good-Friday peace agreement.

BBC news.
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The Olympic Games have officially begun at a pared-down ceremony in Tokyo.The stadium held less than a thousand spectators because of coronavirus pandemic.The head of the International Olympic Committee thanked Japanese people and described today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star ? lit the Olympic cauldron.
The Bosnian Serb leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN higher representative used discretionary powers to ban genocide denial. ? said the movement in Bosnia could no longer function as a country. Bosnia saw numerous atrocities during the conflict in 1990s including the massacri of more than eight thousand Muslim men and boys in ?.
Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.
The funeral of president ? has taken place in Haiti amid heavy security. He was shot dead at his home two weeks ago. Angry supporters of ? clashed with police outside the venue. His widow ? said she wanted justice not revenge.
The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an airstrike against ? militants in Somali on Friday. The operation in ? said it was a second targeting the Jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somali by the Biden administration.
A high court judge in northern Island said there should be an investigation into whether the security services could have prevented the ? bombing in 1998. 28 people were killed in what was the worst single atrocity during the decades of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the Good-Friday peace agreement. BBC News.
BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The Olympic Games have officially opened at the pared-down ceremony in Tokyo. The stadium held fewer than 1,000 spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. The head of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bash thanked the Japanese people and described today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka lit the Olympic cauldron.

The Bosnian Serb leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN higher representative used his discretionary powers to ban genocide denial. Milorad Dodil said the move meant that Bosnia could no longer functional as a country. Bosnia saw numerous atrocities during the conflict in the 1990s, including the massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica.

Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death of penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.

The funeral of President Jovenel Moise has taken place in Haiti amid heavy security, he was shot dead at his home two weeks ago. Angry supporters of Mr. Moise clashed with police outside the venue. His widow Martine Moise said she wanted justice and not revenge.

The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an airstrike against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia on Friday. The operation in D said it was second targeting the Jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somalia by the Biden administration.

A high court judge in Northern Ireland said there should be an investigation into whether the security services could prevent the Omagh bombing in 1998. 29 people were killed in what was the worst single atrocity during the decades of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the Good-Friday Peace Agreement.  

BBC news.
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Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.

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The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an air strike against Al--- militants in Somalia on Friday. The operation in --- said it was the second targeting the jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somalia by the Biden administration.

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The Olympic Games have officially opened at a pare-down ceremony in Tokyo.  The stadium held few as a thousand spectators because of covonavirus pandemic. The head of the International Olympic Committee ** thanked the Japanese people and decribed to today as a moment of hope. The Japanese tennis star ** lit the Olympic *.

The ** leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN higher representative uses his descretionary powers to ban genocide denial.  ** said the movement ** could no llonger functioned as  a country. * saw numerous of * during the conflict in the 1990s, including the massacre more than 8000 Muslim men and boys in *.

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The funeral of president ** has taken place in * amid heavy security. He was shoot dead at his home two weeks ago. Aangry supporters of Mr. * clashed with police outside the venue. His widow Martin * says she wants to justice,not revenge.

The Pentagon has confirmed it carry out an air strike against * militants on * on Friday. The operation * said it was the second targeting the * in a week. They are the first carried out in * by the Bidon administration.

A high court judge in NOrthern Ireland said there should be an investigation into weather the security services could prevent the * bombing in 1998. 29 people were killed, the worst single * during the decade of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the Good-Friday peace agreement.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The Olympic Games have officially opened at a pare-down ceremony in Tokyo. The stadium held fewer than 1,000 spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. The head of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach, thanked the Japanese people and described today as “a moment of hope”. The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka lit the Olympic cauldron.

The Bosnian Serb leader has threatened to break up the country after the UN Higher Representative used his discretionary powers to ban genocide denial. Milorad Dodik said the move meant that Bosnia could no longer function as a country. Bosnia saw numerous atrocities during the conflict in the 1990s, including the massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica.

Sierra Leone has become the latest country in Africa to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum term of 30 years.

The funeral of President Jovenel Moïse has taken place in Haiti amid heavy security. He was shot dead at his home two weeks ago. Angry supporters of Mr. Moise clashed with police outside the venue. His widow, Martine Moise, said she wanted justice and not revenge.

The Pentagon has confirmed it carried out an air strike against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia on Friday. The operation in Galmudug State said this was the second targeting the Jihadists in a week. They are the first carried out in Somalia by the Biden administration.

A high court judge in Northern Ireland has said there should be an investigation into whether the security services could have prevented the Omagh bombing in 1998. 29 people were killed in what was the worst single atrocity during the decades of civil unrest in the British province. The attack by dissident Republicans happened months after the signing of the “Good-Friday Peace Agreement”.

BBC news.
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