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BBC news with Morrel Oddsson
It’s been announced in Britain that Queen Elizabeth’s second son Prince Andrew will lose his royal patronages and military titles and will never return to official duties. The Prince faces a civil case in the United States, alleging that he sexually assaulted a teenager 2 decades ago. He has strenuously denied the allegation.


The US Supreme Court has blocked a key part of President Biden’s strategy to combat the pandemic. It rejected the policy of making covid vaccinations or weekly testing compulsory at firms with over 100 employees. The court was divided along political allies with the 6 conservative judges all deciding against the strategy.


For the first time, the US Justice Department has brought sedition charges in connection with the storming of the Capitol building in Washington last January. The founder of a far-right militia, the oath keepers, has been charged along with another 10 others.


At least 2 people have been killed in the latest protest against military rule in Sudan. Thousands again took part in demonstrations in Khartoum.  


The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has appealed to Mali’s military government to announce an acceptable election timetable. The military recently abandoned a pledge to hold polls next month. West African countries have imposed sanctions on Mali in response.


Venezuela has boosted its exports of oil and food to Cube as the two countries intensify cooperation to bypass sanctions imposed by the US. Analysts say the latest shipment suggests Venezuelan oil production has recovered after collapsing 2 years ago following years of mismanagement.


Members of Parliament in Poland have approved a controversial bill to give government appointed supervisors great control over the running of schools. The changes would give them the power to request the dismissal of head teachers who failed to comply with their recommendations.
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It's been announced in Britain that Queen Elizabeth's second son will lose his royal patronages and military titles and will never return to official duties. Prince faces a civil case in the US, alleging that he assaulted a teenager girl two decades ago. He has strenuously denied the allegation.
The US supreme court has blocked a key part of president Biden's strategy to combat the pandemic. It rejected the policy of making covid vaccinations or weekly testing compulsory at firms with over a hundred employees.The court was divided along political lines with the six conservative judges all deciding against the strategy.
For the first time the US justice department has brought sedition charges in connection with the storming of the capital building last January. The founder of a far-right militia ? has been charged along with ten others.
At least two people have been killed in the latest protest against military rule in Sudan. Thousands again took part in demonstrations in ?.
The UN secretary general has appealed to Mali's military government to announce an acceptable election timetable. The military recently abandoned a pledge to hold polls next month. Western African countries have imposed sanctions on Mali in response.
Venuezuala's boosted its export of oil and food to Cuba as the two countries intensify cooperation to bypass sanctions imposed by the US. Analysts say the latest shipments suggest that Venezualan oil production has recovered after collapsing two years ago following years of mismanagement.
Members of Parliament in Poland have approved a controversial bill to give government-appointed supervisors greater control over the running of schools.The changes would give them power to request the dismissal of headteachers who fail to comply with their recommendations
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本帖最后由 LukaMagic 于 2022-1-14 16:01 编辑

It’s been announced in Britain that Queen Elizabeth’s second son Prince Andrew will lose his royal patronages and military titles and will never return to official duties. The Prince faces a civil case in the United States, alleging that he sexually assaulted a teenager two decades ago. He has strenuously denied the allegation.

The US Supreme Court has blocked a key part of president Biden’s strategy to combat the pandemic. It rejected the policy of making covid vaccinations or weekly testing compulsory at firms with over 100 employees. The court was divided along political allies with the 6 conservative judges all deciding against the strategy.

For the first time, the US Justice Department has brought sedition charges in connection with the storming of the Capitol building in Washington last January. The founder of a far-right militia, the oath keepers, has been charged along with ten others.

At least 2 people have been killed in the latest protest against military rule in Sudan. Thousands again took part in demonstrations in Khartoum.  

The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has appealed to Mali’s military government to announce an acceptable election timetable. The military recently abandoned a pledge to hold polls next month. West African countries have imposed sanctions on Mali in response.

Venezuela has boosted its exports of oil and food to Cuba as the two countries intensify cooperation to bypass sanctions imposed by the US. Analysts say the latest shipment suggests Venezuelan oil production has recovered after collapsing two years ago following years of mismanagement.

Members of Parliament in Poland have approved a controversial bill to give government appointed supervisors greater control over the running of schools. The changes would give them the power to request the dismissal of head teachers who failed to comply with their recommendations.
BBC news with Morra Olderson.

It’s been announced in Britain that Queen Elizabeth’s second son Prince Andrew will lose his royal patronages and military titles and will never return to official duties. The Prince faces a civil case in the United States, alleging that he sexually assaulted a teenager two decades ago. He has strenuously denied the allegation.

The US Supreme Court has blocked a key part of President Biden’s strategy to combat the pandemic. It rejected the policy of making Covid vaccinations or weekly testing compulsory at firms with over 100 employees. The court was divided along political allies with the six conservative judges all deciding against the strategy.

For the first time, the U.S. Justice Department has brought sedition charges in connection with the storming of the Capitol building in Washington last January. The founder of a far-right militia, the oath keepers, has been charged along with another ten others.

At least two people have been killed in the latest protest against military rule in Sudan. Thousands again took part in demonstrations in Khartoum.  

The UN Secretary General António Guterres has appealed to Mali’s military government to announce an acceptable election timetable. The military recently abandoned a pledge to hold polls next month. West African countries have imposed sanctions on Mali in response.

Venezuela's boosted its exports of oil and food to Cuba as the two countries intensify cooperation to bypass sanctions imposed by the U.S. Analysts say the latest shipment suggests Venezuelan oil production has recovered after collapsing two years ago following years of mismanagement.

Members of Parliament in Poland have approved a controversial bill to give government appointed supervisors great control over the running of schools. The changes would give them the power to request the dismissal of head teachers who failed to comply with their recommendations.

BBC News.
本帖最后由 walden1988 于 2022-1-14 22:09 编辑

It’s been announced in Britain that Queen E... second son Prince A.. will lose his royal .. and military titles and will never return to official duties. The Prince faces a civil case in the United States, alleging that he sexually assaulted a teenager two decades ago. He has ... denied the allegation.

The US Supreme Court has blocked a key part of President Biden’s strategy to combat the pandemic. It rejected the policy of making Covid vaccinations or weekly testing ... at firms with over 100 employees. The court was divided along political allies with the six ... judges all deciding against the strategy.

For the first time, the U.S. Justice Department has brought ... charges in connection with the storming of the ... building in Washington last January. The founder of a ...., the ...keepers, has been charged along with another ten others.

At least two people have been killed in the latest protest against military rule in Sudan. Thousands again took part in demonstrations in K...  

The UN Secretary General ... has appealed to Mali’s military government to announce an acceptable election timetable. The military recently abandoned a ... to hold polls next month. West African countries have imposed sanctions on Mali as response.

.. boosted its exports of oil and food to Cuba as the two countries intensify cooperation to bypass sanctions imposed by the U.S. ..say the latest shipment suggests ... oil production has recovered after collapsing two years ago following years of mismanagement.

Members of Parliament in Poland have approved a controversial bill to give government appointed supervisors great control over the running of schools. The changes would give them the power to request the ..  of head teachers who failed to comply with their recommendations.
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