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BBC news with Eileen McCue
Haiti’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry has sacked the chief prosecutor who will be seeking to charge him in connection with the killing of President Jovenel Moise. He accused the prosecutor of a serious administrative offense. The assassination of President Moise in July punched Haiti into political turmoil.

The French Defense Minister has warned Mali against entering into a deal with a Russian security firm. There have been reports that Mali’s military rulers are close to hiring mercenaries from the Wagner group. The Minister Florence Parly suggested that such a deal would undermine efforts by France to counter the jihadist threat in the region.

The head of the World Food Program has appealed for more aid funding for Yemen which he said was facing catastrophe. The humanitarian response plan for Yemen which depends on donor states around the world is currently underfunded by 2.5 billion dollars.

Boeing says it will be more than 2 years before the aviation industry returns to pre-pandemic levels. The American plane maker says long-haul international routes will take the longest to recover.

Californians are voting on whether to replace their Democratic Party governor, Gavin Newsom. Frustration over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic fueled a Republican-led effort to dismiss him before his term ends.

The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced changes to coronavirus rules. They include plans to introduce a covid health pass for entry to bars, restaurants and places of entertainment. In January, the country’s first night-time curfew since the Second World War sparked several days of rioting.

And China has condemned a ban which prevents its ambassador in London from visiting the Westminster Parliament as despicable and cowardly. The envoy has been told he is not welcomed at parliament while sanctions remain in place against a number of British politicians. In March, China accused them of spreading lies.
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1.Haiti's prime minister A has said the cheif prosecutor who was seeking to charge him in connection with the killing of president Z. He accused the prosecutor of a series of administrative offence. The assacciation of president Moise in July plunged Haiti into political turmoil.

2.The French defence minister has warned Mali against entering into a deal with a Russian security firm. There had been reports that Mali's military rulers are close to hiring 【mercenaries】 from the 【Wagner】 group. Minister F suggested that such deal will undermine efforts by France to counter the Juhadist threaten in the region.

3.The head of the oil food program has appealed for more aid funding for Yemen which is said was facing catastrophe. The humantarian response plan for Yemen which depends on donor states around the world. It's currently underfunded by 2.5bn dollars.

4.Boeing says it will be more than two years before the aviation industry turns to pre-pandemic levels. The American plane maker says long-haul international [routes] will take the longest to recover.

5.Californians are voting for whether to replace their democratic party governor G. Frustration over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic [fueled] republican effort to dismiss and before his term ends.

6.The Dutch prime minister M has announced change to coronavirus rules, they include plans to introduce a COVID health path for entering to bars, restaraunts and places of entertainment. In January the country's first night time curfew since the second world war sparked several days of [rioting].

7.And China has condemned the ban which prevented some ambassadors in London from visiting the [Westminster Parliament] as despicable and [cowardly]. The envoy has been told he's not welcomed at parliament [while] sanctions [remain] in place against the number of British politicians. In March, China accused them of spreading lies.

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BBC news with Aileen McHugh.

Haiti's Prime Minister Ariel Henry has sacked the chief prosecutor who'll be seeking to charge him in connection with the killing of President Jovenel Moïse. He accused the prosecutor of a serious administrative offense. The assassination of President Moïse in July plunged Haiti into political turmoil.

The French Defense Minister has warned Mali against entering into a deal with a Russian security firm. There have been reports that Mali’s military rulers are close to hiring mercenaries from the Wagner group. The Minister Florence Parly suggested that such a deal would undermine efforts by France to counter the Jihadist threat in the region.

The head of the World Food Program has appealed for more aid funding for Yemen, which he said was facing catastrophe. The humanitarian response plan for Yemen which depends on donor states around the world is currently underfunded by 2.5 billion dollars.

Boeing says it will be more than two years before the aviation industry returns to pre-pandemic levels. The American plane maker says long-haul international routes will take the longest to recover.

Californians are voting on whether to replace their Democratic Party governor Gavin Newsom. Frustration over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic fueled a Republican-led effort to dismiss him before his term ends.

The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced changes to coronavirus rules. They include plans to introduce a Covid health pass for entry to bars, restaurants and places of entertainment. In January, the country's first night-time curfew since the Second World War sparked several days of rioting.

And China has condemned a ban which prevents its ambassador in London from visiting the Westminster Parliament as despicable and cowardly. The envoy has been told he is not welcomed at parliament while sanctions remain in place against a number of British politicians. In March, China accused them of spreading lies.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Aileen McHugh.

Haiti's Prime Minister Ariel Henry has sacked the Chief of prosecutor who'll be seeking to charge him in connection with the killing of President Jovenel Moise. He accused the prosecutor of the series of administrative offense. The assassination of President Moise in July plunged Haiti into political turmoil.

The French Defense Minister has warned Mali against entering into a deal with Russia security firm. There have been reports that Mali's military rulers are closed to hiring mercenaries from the Wagner group. The Minister Florence Parly suggested that such a deal would undermine efforts by France to counter the Jihadist threat in the region.

The head of the World Food Program has appealed for more aid funding for Yemen, which, he said, was facing catastrophe. The humanitarian response plan for Yemen which depends on donor states around the world is currently underfunded by 2.5 billion dollars.

Boeing says it will be more than two years before the aviation industry return to pre-pandemic levels. The American plane-makers says long-haul international routes will take the longest to recover.

Californians are voting on whether to replace their Democratic Party Governor Gavin Newsom. Frustration over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic fueled a Republic-led effort to dismiss him before this term ends.

The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced changes to coronavirus rules. They include plans to introduce a covid health pass for entry to bars, restaurants and places of entertainment. In January, the country's first nighttime curfew since the Second World War sparked several days rioting.

And China has condemned a ban which prevents its ambassador in London from visiting the Westminster Parliament as despicable and cowardly. The envoy has been told he is not welcomed at the parliament while sanctions remain in place  against a number of British politicians. In March, China accused them of spreading lies.

BBC news.
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