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Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Malé after the speaker Mohamed Nasheed was injured in an explosion. Mr. Nasheed served as the first Democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report that the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

The US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afghanistan is underway, with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales, and local government authorities in England. A Westminster Parliament seat is also being contested.

South Africa’s governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He’s attempted to suspend Secretary General x who faces graft charges. But he’s refusing to stand down.

World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines. But pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks. But the official said that’s depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it’d made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips creating the smallest, fastest, and most powerful yet. It says its 2-nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45%.

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Parliament in the Maldive set a meeting in an emergency session in the capital Mali after parliment speaker xx was injuried in an explosion. Mr. xx served as the first demacratically elected president in the Indian occean island country. He has said to be in a stable condition in  hospital. Local media reported the Islamist state group has claimed responsibility.

The US defense secretary xx has said the protests withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afganistan is underway. Heavy bombs and jets were deployed to protect the departing contingence.



Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales, and local government authorities in England. A westminister parliamentary seat has also been contested.


South Africa's governing ANC party has been gripped by a power struggle as president xx seeks to roll out corrupt officials. It's expected to suspend its secretary general xx, who faces graft charges but he is refusing to stand down.


World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in urnest on proposals for temperary waivers for patents for coronavirus vaccines but pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.


At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug trafficers in a neighouhood of xx. Polices say they acted on the information that drug's gang were recruiting children and teenagers.


A state's department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks but the officials said that depended on  Iran taking the political decision to do so.


And IBM declared it made a breakthough in the manufacturing of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest, and most powerful yet. It said its two chip would improve the performance by  about 40%.


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Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the speaker Mohamed * was injured in an explosion. Mr. * served as the first democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in a hospital. Local media report the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

The U.S. Defense Secretary * has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with U.S. forces in Afghanistan is underway, with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliaments in Scotland and Wales, and local government authorities in England. A Westminster parliamentary seat is also being contested.

South Africa’s governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle as President * seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He’s attempted to suspend the Secretary General * who faces graft charges, but he’s refusing to stand down.

World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines. But pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the U.S. and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks. But the official said that’s depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it’s made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips creating the smallest, fastest, and most powerful yet. It says its 2-nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45%.

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Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Malé after the speaker Mohamed Nasheed was injured in an explosion. Mr. Nasheed served as the first democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report that the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

The U.S Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with U.S forces in Afghanistan is underway, with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales, and local government authorities in England. A Westminster parliament seat is also being contested.

South Africa’s governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He’s attempted to suspend secretary general Ace Magashule, who faces graft charges. But he’s refusing to stand down.

World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines. But pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the U.S and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks. But the official said that’s depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it’d made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips creating the smallest, fastest, and most powerful yet. It says its two-nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45%.

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Parliament in the Maldives says in the meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the speak of Mohamed Nasshed was injured in an exposion. Mr. Nasshed served as the first Democratic elected president in the Indian ocean island nation. He is said to be at stable condition in hospital. Local media reported the islamistic state group has claimed responsibility.

The US Defense Secretary * has said the protests withdrawing all contractives working US forces and Afghnistan is underway with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingence.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliaments in Scotlands and Wales and local government authorities in England. A * parlimanetary seat is also being contested.

South Africa's governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle as president * seeks to rule out corrupt officials. It's attempted to suspend secretary general * who faces graft charges but he's refusing to step down.

World Trade Organization has urged its memebers to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patants for coronavirus vaccines. But phamaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At lease 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighbourhood *. Police said acted information that the drug gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliances with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks but the officials said that's depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it's made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chip. It's creating the smallest, fastest and most powerful yet. It says its 2-nanometer chip can improve by about 45%.
Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the speaker Mohamed Nasheed was injured in an explosion. Mr. Nasheed served as the first democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report the Islamic State Group has claimed responsibility. 

The US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afghanistan is underway with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales and local government authorities in England. A Westminster parliamentary seat is also being contested. 

South Africa's governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle, as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He has attempted to suspend its Secretary-General Ace Magashule who faces graft charges but he is refusing to stand down.

The World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines, but pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers. 

A State Department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks, but the official said that depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it's made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest and most powerful yet. It says its 2nm chip can improve performance by about 45%. 
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1.   Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the speaker Mohammed M. was injured in an explosion. Mr.M served the first demoncratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report the Islamic state group has claimed responsibility.

2.   The U.S defence secretary L.O. has said the process withdrawing all contractors working with U.S forces in Afghanistan is underway, with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

3.   Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales and local government authorities in England. A Westminster parliament seat is also being contested.

4.   South Africa's governing ANC party has been gripped by a power struggle as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials. It's attempted to suspend secretary general S.M. who faces graft charges, but he was refusing to stand down.

5.    The World Trade Organization has urged his members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines. But phamaceutical giants has opposed the ideal.

6.   At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted an information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

7.   A state department official has said the U.S and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks. But the official saidthat depend on Iran taking the polical decision to do so.

8.   And IBM said it has made a break through in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest and most powerfull yet. It says its two-nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45%.
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Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the speaker Mohamed Nasheed was injured in an explosion. Mr. Nasheed served as the first democratically elected President in the Indian Ocean island nation. He's said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report that the Islamic State group has claimed the responsibility.

The US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afghanistan it's underway with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in the elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales, and local government authorities in England. A Westminster Parliament seat is also being contested.

South Africa's governing ANC party has been gripped by a power struggle as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He's attempted to suspend Secretary General Ace Magashule who faces graft charges but he's refusing to stand down.

World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines. But pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that drug gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks. But the official said that's depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it'd made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest and most powerful yet. It says its two-nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45%.

BBC news.
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Parliament in ? is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Mali after the speaker was injured in an explosion. Mr. ? served as the first democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report the Islamic state group has claimed responsibility.
US defence secretary ? has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afganistan is under way with heavy bombers and fighting jets being deployed to protect the departing contingence.
Polls in closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Welsh and local authorities in England. A Westminster parliamentary seat is also being contested
South Africa's governing party ANC party has been gripped by a power struggle as president ? seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He's attempted to suspend its secretary general who faces graft charges but he is refusing to stand down.
WTO has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines, but pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.
At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of ?. Police said they acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.
A state department official has said both the US and Iran could return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks, but officials said that depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.
And IBM says it's made breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest and most powerful yet. It says its  two- nanometer chip can improve performance by about 45 percent
Parliament in the Moldi is meeting in an emergency session in the Capital Mali after the speaker Muhamud was injured in an explosion,Mr N served as the first Democraticly elected president in the Indian ocean island nation,he is said to be in a stable condition in hospital,local media report the Islamic state group has claimed responsibility.

The US defense secretary L has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afganistan is under way ,with heavy bombers and fight jets being deployed to protect the departing contingents.

Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales,and local government authorities in England,a westmin to parliamentary seat is also been contested.

South  Africa's governing ANC party has been gripped by a power struggle as President S seeks to rule out corrupted officials,it's attempted to suspend secreatary general A,who faces graft charges,   but he is refusing to stand down.


World trade organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for temportary waiver of patents for  coronavirus vaccines,that pharmasutical giants have opposed the idea.

At least 25 people have been killed in police raid in Brazil against suspected drug trafficks ,in a neighborhood of Rio D,police say acted on information that drugs gangs were recruiting children ,and teenagers.

A state department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with  the 2015 nuclear deal within weeks,but the official said that depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

And IBM says it's made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest fastest,and most powerful yet,it said its 2 nane meter chip can improve performance by about 45%
Parliament of M.. is meeting in a emergency section in the capital ... after the speaker ... was injured in an explosion. MR .. served as the first democraticly elected president in Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media resported the Islamic state group has claimed responsibility.

The US defense secretary ... has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with the US forces in A.. in underway, with heavy bombers and fight jets been deployed to protect the departign contingents.

Pollings in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in S. and W. and local government authorites in England. A west.. parliament seat also being contested.

South Africa's govening ANC party ahs been gripped by a power struggle as president ... seeks to rule out corrupt officials. He's  attempt to suspend Secretary ... who faces a .. charges but he is refusing to stand down.

WTO has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for temporary waiver of petents for coronavirus vaccines, P.. gaints have  opposed the idea.

at least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in B.. against suspected drug traffickers in a neighborhood of R.. Police said they acted on information taht drugs .. were recuiting children and teenagers.

A state department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal in weeks. But the official said taht's  depended on Iran taking political decision to do so.

And IBM said it has made breakthought on manufacture computer chips creating  smallest, fastest and most powerful yet. It says its 2 -ns chip can improve perfomance by about 45%.

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Parliament in the Maldives is meeting in an emergency session in the capital Male after the Speaker Mohamed N-- was injured in an explosion.
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Mr N-- is the first democratically elected president in the Indian Ocean island nation. He is said to be in a stable condition in hospital. Local media report the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

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The US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin has said the process of withdrawing all contractors working with US forces in Afghanistan is under way, with heavy bombers and fighter jets being deployed to protect the departing contingent.

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Polls in Britain are closing in elections for the devolved parliament in Scotland and Wales and local government authorities in England. A Westminster parliamentary seat is also being contested.

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South Africa’s governing ANC Party has been gripped by a power struggle as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to rule out corrupt officials.
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It has attempted to suspend its secretary general XX, who faces graft charges but he is refusing to stand down.

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The World Trade Organization has urged its members to start negotiations in earnest on proposals for a temporary waiver of patents for coronavirus vaccines but pharmaceutical giants have opposed the idea.

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At least 25 people have been killed in a police raid in Brazil against suspected drug traffickers in a neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro. Police said they acted on information that the drug gangs were recruiting children and teenagers.

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A State Department official has said the US and Iran could both return to compliance with the 2015 Nuclear Deal within weeks, but the official said that depended on Iran taking the political decision to do so.

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And IBM says it has made a breakthrough in the manufacture of computer chips, creating the smallest, fastest, and most powerful yet. It says its 2-nanometre chip can improve performance by about 45%.
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