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President Biden has said he would lay down certain redlines when he meets president Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking after a NATO summit, he expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia but said he respond if Moscow continues * activities.

Britain's prime minister * has announced a four-week delay to the complete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England putting in back from next Monday to July 19. It's been prompted by the reckless spread of Delta variant.

The Belarusian jounalist and activitist said Roman Protasevich has made a surprise appearance before jounalists and diplomats who had been told they would learn more about why his Ryanair flight was forced to land last month. The BBC * correspondent in Minsk said Mr. Protasevich clearly had had no choice but take part. The journalist has been paraded before camera several times since his arrest.

The * chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said she would like it to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people alledgedly committing during the war on drugs in the Philippines before 2019. * said she thought there was a reasonable basis to believe crisis against humanity had taken place.

The government in Brazil has agreed to send security forces to the country's biggest indigeous reservation situated in the far north. It's in response to * people who said they've been severaly threatened by bild cat gold miners. * police will stand the region at least three months.

There has been growing concerns for up to 200 migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yeman. Local people say bodies have been recovered. The record occured on the dangerous migrant route from Africa through Yeman.

The Pakistani army says four soldiers have been killed in the bomb attack in * province. No group has admitteed responsibility.
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President Biden has said he will lay down certain redlines when he meets president Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking after a NATO summit, he expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia, but said he would respond if Russia continued harmful activities.
Britain's prime minister Borris Johnson has announced a four-week delay to the complete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England, putting it back from next Monday to July the nineteenth. It had been prompted by the rapid spread of the Delta variant.
The Belarusian activist and journalist ? has made a surprise appearance before journalists and diplomats who had been told they would learn more about why his flight was forced to land last month. The BBC Scot correspondent in Minsk said that Mr. ? clearly had had no choice but to take part.The journalist hasbeen paraded before cameras several times since his arrest.
The out-going chief prosecutor of the International criminal court said she would likely to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people allegedly  committed during the war on drugs in Philipines before 2019. ? said she thought  there was a reasonable basis to  believe crimes against humanity had taken place.
The government in Brazil has agreed to sent security forces to the country's biggest indeginous reservation situated in the far north. It's in response to the ? people who say they have been seriously threatened by wild cat gold miners.
Military police will stay in the region at least three months.
There are growing concerns  for up to two hundred migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yemen. Local people say bodies have been recovered.
The wreck occured on a dangerous migrant route from Africa to Yemen.
The Pakistani army says four soldiers havebeen killed in a bomber attack in ? province. No group has admitted responsibility.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ
President Biden has said he will lay down certain redlines when he meets President Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking after NATO summit, He expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia but said he’d respond if Moscow continued harmful activities.  


Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a 4-week delay to the complete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England, putting it back from next Monday to July19. It’s been prompted by the rapid spread of the Delta variant.


The Belarusian journalist and activist Roman Protasevich has made a surprising appearance before journalists and diplomats who had been told they would learn more about why his Ryanair flight was forced to land last month. The BBC correspondent in Minsk said Mr Protasevich clearly had had no choice but to take part. The journalist has been paraded before camera several times since his arrest.


The outgoing chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says she would like to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people allegedly committed during the war on drugs in the Philippine before 2019. Fatou Bensouda said she thought there was a reasonable basis to believe crimes against humanity had taken place.  


The government in Brazil has agreed to send security forces to the country’s biggest indigenous reservation situated in the far north. It’s in response to the Yanomami people who say they have been severely threatened by wildcat gold miners. Military police will stay in the region at least 3 months.


There were growing concerns for up to 200 migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yemen. Local people say bodies have been recovered. The wreck occurred on a dangerous migrant route from Africa to Yemen.  


The Pakistani army says 4 soldiers have been killed in a bomb attack in Baluchistan Province. No group has admitted responsibility.
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1.   Presdient Biden has said he will lay down cerntain redlines when he meets with President Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking out for NATO summit, he expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia, but said he will respond if Moscow continues harmful activities.

2.   Britiain's prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a 4-week delay to the compelete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England, putting it back from next Monday to July the 19th. It has been prompted by the rapid spread of δ variant.

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4.   The outgoing chief prosecutor of international criminal court said she would likely to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people allegedly committed during the war on drugs in Philippine before 2019. F.S. said she thought there was a resonable base to believe crimes against humanity had taken place.

5.   The government of Brazil has agreed to send security forces to the country's biggest indigenous reservation situated in the far north. It's in responce to the Y. people who say they have been severely threatened by wild cat gold miners. Military police will stay in the region at least three months.

6.   There were gowing concerns for up to 200 migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yemen. Local people say bodies have been covered. The wreck occured on a dangerous migrant group from Africa to Yeman.

7.   The Pakestani army says soldiers have been killed in a bomb attack in B. province. No group has admitted responsibility.
BBC news with Debbie Russ.

President Biden has said he will lay down certain redlines when he meets President Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking after NATO summit, he expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia but said he'd responded if Moscow continued harmful activities.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a four-week delay to the complete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England, putting it back from next Monday to July 19th. It's been prompted by the rapid spread to the Delta variant.

The Belarusian journalist and activist Roman Protaseviche has made a surprising appearance before journalists and diplomats who had been told they would learn more about why his Ryanair flight was forced to land last month. The BBC correspondent in Minsk said Mr. Protaseviche clearly had have no choose but to take part. The journalist has been paraded before camera several times since his arrest.

The outgoing chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said that she would like to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people allegedly committed during the war on drugs in the Philippine before 2019. Fatou Bensouda said she thought there was reasonable basis to believe crimes against humanity had taken place.

The government of Brazil has agreed to send security forces to the country's biggest indigenous reservation situated in the far north. It's in response to Yanomami people who say they have been severely threatened by wildcat gold miners. Military police would stay in the region at least three months.

There are growing concerns for up to 200 migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yemen. Local people say bodies have been recovered. The wreck occurred on a dangerous migrant route from Africa to Yemen.

The Pakistani army said four soldiers have been killed in a bomb attack Baluchistan Province. No group has admitted responsibility.

BBC news.
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A pakistani army says 4 soldiers have been killed in a bomb attack in B province,no group has admitted responsibility.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ.  

President Biden has said he will lay down certain redlines when he meets President Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Speaking after a NATO summit, he expressed the desire to cooperate with Russia but said he'd responded if Moscow continued harmful activities.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a four-week delay to the complete easing of coronavirus restrictions in England, putting it back from next Monday to July 19th. It's been prompted by the rapid spread to the Delta variant.

The Belarusian journalist and activist Roman Protaseviche has made a surprising appearance before journalists and diplomats who had been told they would learn more about why his Ryanair flight was forced to land last month. The BBC correspondent in Minsk said Mr. Protaseviche clearly had have no choose but to take part. The journalist has been paraded before camera several times since his arrest.

The outgoing chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said that she would like to hold a full investigation into unlawful killings of thousands of people allegedly committed during the war on drugs in the Philippine before 2019. Fatou Bensouda said she thought there was reasonable basis to believe crimes against humanity had taken place.

The government of Brazil has agreed to send security forces to the country's biggest indigenous reservation situated in the far north. It's in response to Yanomami people who say they have been severely threatened by wildcat gold miners. Military police would stay in the region at least three months.

There are growing concerns for up to 200 migrants after their boat reportedly capsized off Yemen. Local people say bodies have been recovered. The wreck occurred on a dangerous migrant route from Africa to Yemen.

The Pakistani army said four soldiers have been killed in a bomb attack in Baluchistan Province. No group has admitted responsibility.

BBC news.
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