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1.   President Biden has announced a policy of zero-tolerance towards firearms dealers who do not run proper background checks. In a speech in the White House, the president said there were currently too many loopholes that allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.

2.   The United Nation said Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in Tigray which according to eyewitnesses killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up wounded people. Reports say Addis Ababa had been loosing grant that beat to crash a Tigray and regional rebellion.

3.   Brazil's environment minister R.S. has resigned ahead of a criminal investigation. He was accused of obstructing a police probe into an international scheme to traffic illegally logged Amazon rainforest timber.

4.   The authorities in the Spanish region of Catalonia say the U.S tech prioneer John Mc. has been found dead in a prison where he has been held in Barcelona. Earlier today, Spanish court has approved his extradition to the United States, where he was wanted for taxation.

5.   Hongkong's main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The pro-Beijing authorities have seized its assets and arrested senior staff as part of campaign against demoncratic outlets in their territory.

6.   The pop star Britiney Spears has asked a court in Los Angeles to move her father as a guardian of her state. Jimmy Spears has given control of her affairs 13 years ago after she suffered a mental breakdown.

7.   The group stage of the European Football championship has concluded with France join 2 all with title defender Portugal, and Germany coming from behind twice to jion 2 all with Hungray. In today's earlier matchs, Spain beat Slobakis 5-0, and Sweden defeated Poland 3-2.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald
President Biden has announced a policy of zero-tolerance towards firearm dealers who do not run appropriate background checks. In a speech at the White House, the President said there were currently too many loopholes that’s allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.


The United Nations says Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in Tigray , which according to eyewitnesses, killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up wounded people. Reports say Addis Ababa had been losing ground in its bid to crush a Tigray regional rebellion.


Brazil’s Environment Minister Ricardo Salles has resigned ahead of a criminal investigation. He is accused of obstructing a police probe into an international scheme to trafficker illegally logged Amazon forest and timber.


The authorities in the Spanish region of Catalonia say the US tech pioneer John McAff has been found dead in the prison where he’s been held in Barcelona. Earlier today, a Spain court approved his extradition to the United States where he is wanted for tax evasion.


Hong Kong’s main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The pro-Beijing authorities had seized its assets and arrested its senior staff as part of a campaign against democratic outlet in the territory.


The popstar Britany Spears has asked a court in Los Angeles to remove her father as the guardian of her estate. Jamie Spears was given control of her affairs 13 years ago after she’d suffered a mental breakdown.


The Group stage of the European Football Championships has concluded with France drawing two all with title defenders Portugal and Germany coming from behind twice to draw two all with Hungary. In today’s earlier matches, Spain beat Slovakia 5-0 and Sweden defeated Poland 3-2.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

President Biden has announced a policy of zero-tolerance towards firearm dealers who do not run appropriate background checks. In a speech at White House, the President said there are currently too many loopholes that's allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.  

The United Nations said Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in Tigray, which, according to eyewitnesses, killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up wounded people. Reports say Addis Ababa had been losing ground in its bid to crash a Tigray regional rebellion.

Brazil's Environmental Minister Ricardo Salles said resigned as a head of criminal investigation. He's accused of obstructing a police probe into an international scheme to traffic illegal logged Amazon rainforest timber.

The authorities in the Spanish regional Catalonia say the US tech pioneer John McAfee has been found dead in the prison where he has been held in Barcelona. Earlier today, a Spanish court approved his extradition to the United States where he's wanted for tax evasion.

Hong Kong's main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The pro-Beijing authorities had seized its asset and arrested its senior staff as part of a campaign against democratic outlets in the territory.

The popstart Britney Spears has asked a court in Los Angeles to remove her father as the guardian of her estate. Jamie Spears has given controlled of her affairs 13 years ago after she suffered a mental breakdown.

The group stage of the European Football Championships has concluded with France drawing two all with title defenders Portugal and Germany coming from behind twice to draw two all with Hungary. In today's earlier matches, Spain beat Slovakia and Sweden defeated Poland 3:2.

BBC news.
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President Biden has announced a policy of  zero tolerence towards firearms dealers who do not run proper background checks. In a speech at the White House, the president said there were currently too many loopholes as allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.
The UN said Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in ?,which according to eye witnesses killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up  wounded people. Reports say ? had been losing ground in itsbid to crush a ? regional rebellion.
Brazil's environment minister has resigned ahead of a ciminal investigation. He is accused of obstructing a police probe into a international scheme to traffic illegally logged Amazon rainforest timber.
The authorities in the Spanish region of ? say the US tech pioneer has been found dead in the prison where had been held in Barcelona. Earlier today Spanish court approved his extradition to the US where he is wanted for tax evasion.
Hongkong's main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The Pro-Beijing authorities have seized its assets and arrested senior staff as part of a campaign against democratic outlets in the territory.
The pop star Spear has asked a court in Los Angles to remove her father as the guardian of estate. ? was given control of her affairs 13 years ago after she had suffered a mental breakdown.
'The group stage of the European football championship has concluded with France drawing two all with title defenders Portugal and Germany coming from behind twice to draw a two all with Hungary. In today's earlier matches, Spain beat Slovakis 5-0 and Sweden defeated Poland 3-2.
BBC news of Fiona McDonald.

President Biden has announced a policy of zero-tolerance towards firearm dealers who do not run appropriate background checks. In a speech at White House, the President said there are currently too many loopholes that's allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.  

The United Nations said Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in Tigray, which according to eyewitnesses, killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up wounded people. Reports say Addis Ababa had been losing ground in its bid to crash a Tigray regional rebellion.

Brazil's Environmental Minister Ricardo Salles said resigned as a head of criminal investigation. He's accused of obstructing a police probe into an international scheme to traffic illegal logged Amazon rainforest timber.

The authorities in the Spanish regional Catalonia say the US tech pioneer John McAfee has been found dead in the prison where he has been held in Barcelona. Earlier today, a Spanish court approved his extradition to the United States where he's wanted for tax evasion.

Hong Kong's main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The pro-Beijing authorities had seized its asset and arrested its senior staff as part of a campaign against democratic outlets in the territory.

The pop start Britney Spears has asked a court in Los Angeles to remove her father as the guardian of her estate. Jamie Spears has given controlled of her affairs 13 years ago, after she suffered a mental breakdown.

The group stage of the European Football Championships has concluded with France drawing 2:2 with title defenders Portugal, and Germany coming from behind twice to draw 2:2 with Hungary. In today's earlier matches, Spain beat Slovakia and Sweden defeated Poland 3:2.

BBC news.
BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

President Biden has announced a policy of zero tolerance towards firearm dealers who do not run proper background checks. In a speech at the White House, the President said there were currently too many loopholes that allowed guns to fall into the wrong hands. He also said he would seek to improve funding for crime prevention.

The United Nations says Ethiopia must investigate an airstrike on a market in *, which, according to eyewitnesses, killed dozens of people. Ambulances were allegedly refused permission to pick up wounded people. Reports say Addis Ababa had been losing ground in its bid to crush a * regional rebellion.

Brazil’s Environment Minister Ricardo Salles has resigned ahead of a criminal investigation. He is accused of obstructing a police probe into an international scheme to traffic illegally logged Amazon rain forest timber.

The authorities in the Spanish region of Catalonia say the U.S. tech pioneer John * has been found dead in the prison where he was being held in Barcelona. Earlier today, Spanish court approved his extradition to the United States where he is wanted for tax evasion.

Hong Kong’s main pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has printed its last edition. The pro-Beijing authorities had seized its assets and arrested its senior staff as part of a campaign against democratic outlet in the territory.

The popstar * has asked a court in Los Angeles to remove her father as the guardian of her estate. Jamie * was given control of her affairs 13 years ago after she suffered a mental breakdown.

The Group stage of the European Football Championships has concluded with France drawing two all with title defenders Portugal, and Germany coming from behind twice to draw two all with Hungary. In today’s earlier matches, Spain beat Slovakia 5:0 and Sweden defeated Poland 3:2.   

BBC News.
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