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The far-right nationalist Israeli politician * says he will work with all his mates towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjamin Netanyahu’s twelve years as prime minister. Mr. * threw his support behind the centrist, *, who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr. Netanyahu has accused Mr. * of misleading the public.

The Texas Senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has described as * American and an assault on Democracy. Restrictions in the bill will make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices such as drive through voting.

Leaders of the West African Group, *, has suspended Mali’s membership from the block following last week’s military coup, the second in nine months. Ghana’s Foreign Minister told reporters that the block has called on Mali to nominate a new civilian Prime Minister immediately and hold presidential elections next February.   

Iran’s Attorney general has warned candidates in next month’s presidential election to steer clear of crossing redlines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be redlines include questioning the guiding principle of the Islamic Republic which places religious authority above that of politics.

The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern region of *. People in neighboring Guinea Bissau said they had the sound of heavy weapons for four hours earlier on Sunday.   

The Japanese tennis start * has been warned she could be disqualified from the French Open and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conference at the tournament. The tennis authority said she could face being banned from future Grans Slam events.        

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The Far-Right Nationalist Israeli politician Naftali Bennet says he will work with all his mighty towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years as Prime Minister. Mr Bennet threw his support behind the centralist Yair Lapid who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr Netanyahu has accused Mr Bennet of misleading the public.


The Texas Senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has descried as un-American and an assault on democracy. Restrictions on the bill would make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices, such as drive-through voting.


Leaders of the Western African Group ECOWAS has suspended Mali’s membership from the bloc following last week’s military coup, the second in nine months. Ghana’s Foreign Minister told reporters that the bloc has called on Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately and to hold presidential elections next February.


Iran’s Attorney General has warned candidates in next month presidential election to steer clear of crossing red lines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be red lines include questioning the guiding principle of the Islamic Republic which places religious authority above that of politics.


The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern region of Casamance. People in neighbouring Guinea Bissau said they heard the sound of heavy weapons before hours earlier on Sunday.


The Japanese Tennis Star Naomi Osaka has been warned she could be disqualified from the French Open and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conferences at the tournament. The Tennis authority said she could face being banned from future Grand Slam events.
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The Far-Right Nationalist Israeli politician Naftali Bennet says he will work with all his mighty towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years as Prime Minister. Mr.Bennet threw his support behind the centralist Yair Lapid, who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr.Netanyahu has accused Mr Bennet of misleading the public.

The Texas senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has descried as un-American and an assault on democracy. Restrictions in the bill would make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices, such as drive-through voting.

Leaders of the Western African Group ECOWAS has suspended Mali’s membership from the bloc following last week’s military coup, the second in nine months. Ghana’s Foreign Minister told reporters that the bloc has called on Mali to nominate a new civilian Prime Minister immediately and to hold presidential elections next February.

Iran’s Attorney General has warned candidates in next month presidential election to steer clear of crossing red lines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be red lines include questioning the guiding principle of the Islamic Republic, which places religious authority above that of politics.

The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern region of Casamance. People in neighbouring Guinea Bissau said they heard the sound of heavy weapons for four hours earlier on Sunday.

The Japanese Tennis Star Naomi Osaka has been warned she could be disqualified from the French Open and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conferences at the tournament. The Tennis authority said she could face being banned from future Grand Slam events.

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The far-right nationalist Israeli politican * says he will work with all his mights towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjinmin *'s 12 years as prime minister. Mr. * threw his support behind the centres * who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr. N has accused Mr. B of misleading the public.

The Texas Senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has decribed as un-American and an assault on democracy. Restriction in the bill would make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices such as drive through voting.

Leaders of the West African group * have suspended Mali's membership from the block following last week's military coup the second in nine months. Gana's foreign minister told reporters that the blockers called on Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately and hoo=ld presidential election next February.

Iran's attorney genearl has warned the candidates in next months' presidnetial election to stay clear of crossing redlines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be redlines include questioning the guiding in principle the Islamic Republic which places religious authority above that to politics.

The * military has been bombing separists rebels in the southern region of *. People in neighbouring * said they had sound of heavy weapons four hours earlier Sunday.

The Japanese tennis star * has been warned that she could be disqualified from the French open and has been fined 15000 dollars for refusing to attend press confernece at the tournament. The Tennis Authority said she could face being banned from future * events.
1.   The far-right nationalist, Israeli politician N. Bennet, says he will work with all his minght towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjamin Netanyahu's 20 years as priminister. Mr.Bennet threw his support behind a centriest Y.L. who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr.Netanyahu has accused Mr.Bennet of misleading the public.

2.   The Texas senate has approved the voting bill that president Biden has described as unamerican and an assault into democracy. Restriction in the bill will make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices such as drive through voting.

3.   Leaders of the west African grouping ECOWAS have suspended Mali's membership from the block following last week's military coup, the second in 9 months. Ghana's foreign minister told reporters that the block has called Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minsiter immediately, and to hold [residential election next February.

4.   Iran's attorney general has warned the candidates in next month's presidential election to steer clear of crossing red lines in their campaigns. Topics cansidered to be red lines including questioning the guiding principle of Islamic group public which places religious authority above that of politics.

5.   The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern province region of C. People in neighboring Guinea Bissau said they had sound heavy weapons for 4 hours earlier on Sunday.

6.   The Japanese tennis star Naomi A has b een warned that she could be disqualified from the French Open, and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conferences at tournament. The tennis authority said she could face being banned from future Grand Slam events.
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The far-right nationalist Israeli plitician says he will work with all his might towards forming  a new unity government, something that would end ?'s twelve years as prime minister. Mr. ?, throught his support behind the centralist ?, who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr. ? has accused Mr.? of misleading the public.
The Texas senate has approved a voting bill that president Biden has described as UnAmerican and an assault on democracy. Restrictions in the bill would make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices such as drive-through voting.
Leaders of the West African Grouping has suspended Mali's membership from the bloc following last week's military coup, the second in nine months. Ganna's foreign minister told reporters that the bloc has called Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately and hold and hold presidential elections next February.
Iran's attorney general has warned the candidates in next month's presidential election to steer clear of crossing  red lines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be red lines include questioning the guiding principles of the Islamic Republic, which places religious authority above that of politics.
The ? military has been bombing the separatist rebels in the southern region of ?.  People in neighbouring said they heard the sound of heavy weapons for hours earlier on Sunday.
The Japanese tennis star has been warned that she could be disqualified from the French Open and had been fined fifteen thousand dollars for refusing to attend press conferences at the tournament.The tennis authority said she could face being banned from future grand slam events.
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The far-right national Israeli politician Naftali Bennet says he will work with all his might towards forming a new unity government, something that would end Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 years as prime minster. Mr. Bennet threw his support behind the centralist Yair Lapid who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr. Netanyahu has accused Mr. Bennet of misleading the public.

The Texas Senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has described as un-American and an assault on democracy. Restrictions in the bill will make it harder to vote by post and ban popular practices, such as drive through voting.

Leaders of the western African group ECOWAS has suspended Mali's membership from the bloc following last week's military coup, the second in nine month. Ghana's foreign minister told the reporters that the bloc has called on Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately and hold presidential elections next February.

Iran's Attorney General has warned candidates in next month's presidential election to steer clear of crossing red lines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be red lines include questioning the guiding principle of the Islamic Republic, which places religious authority above that to politics.

The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern proper region of Casamance. People in the neighboring Guinea Bissau said they heard the sound of heavy weapons for four hours earlier on Sunday.

The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has been warned she could be disqualified from the French Open and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conference at the tournament. The Tennis authorities said she could face being banned from future Grand Slam events.

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The far-right nationalist Israeli politician Naftali Bennett says he will work with all his might towards forming a new unity government, something that will end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years as prime minister. Mr. Bennett threw his support behind the centrist Yair Lapid who has until Wednesday to form a government. In response, Mr. Netanyahu has accused Mr. Bennett of misleading the public.

The Texas Senate has approved a voting bill that President Biden has described as un-American and an assault on democracy. Restrictions in the bill would make it harder to vote by post, and ban popular practices such as drive-through voting.

Leaders of the West African group ECOWAS had suspended Mali’s membership from the bloc, following last week’s military coup, the 2nd in 9 months. Chana’s foreign minister told reporters that the bloc has called on Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately, and to hold presidential elections next February.

Iran’s Attorney General has warned candidates in next month’s presidential election to steer clear of crossing red lines in their campaigns. Topics considered to be red lines include questioning the guiding principle of the Islamic Republic, which plays as religious authority above that of politics.

The Senegalese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern region of Casamance. People in neighboring Guinea Bissau said they heard the sound of heavy weapons for 4 hours early on Sunday.

The Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has been warned she could be disqualified from the French Open and has been fined 15,000 dollars for refusing to attend press conferences at the tournament. The tennis authority said she could face being banned for future grand slam events.

BBC news.
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The far right nationalist Israeli polititian NB says he will work with all his mind towards forming a new unity government something that would end BN's 12 years as Prime Minister,Mr B threw his support behind a centrist ,YY,who has until Wednesday to form a government.In response,Mr N has accused Mr B of misleading the public.

The Taxes senate has approved bill that president Biden has described as unAmerican,and an assault on democracy,restrictions in the bill would make it hard to vote by post,and ban popular practices,such as drive through voting.

Leaders of the west African group in Equowards have suspended Mali's membership from the bloc,following last week's military coup,the second in 9 months.Gana's foreign minister told reporters that the bloc had called on Mali to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately,and to hold presidential elections next February.

Iran's attorney general has warned candidates in next month presidential election to steer clear of crossing redlines in the campaigns,topics considered to be red lines,include question in the guiding principle of Islamic republic,which places religious authority above that of politics.

The Senglese military has been bombing separatist rebels in the southern region of Caze people in neighboring G said they heard the sound of heavy weapons before hours earlier on Sunday

The Japanese tennis star NO has been warned she could be disqualified from the French open and has been fined 15 000 dollars,for refusing to attended press conferences at the tourament,the tennis authority says she could face being banned from future grand slam events.
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