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Emergency works are continuing in Germany at the xx which earlier in the week were hit by the worst floods in decades. At least 160 people are known to have died, most of them in western Germany. And officials have warned that more bodies may be found in submerged cars and collapsed buildings.

More than 300 people have been arrested in Ethiopia, accused of supporting rebels in the northern region of Tigray. Reports say some of them have been beaten up and taken hundreds of kilometers from the capital.

A Venezuelan opposition activist has sought asylum in the Chilean embassy after the government started arresting its adversaries, among them the leader and other members of the popular Will Party. Chile says it gives refugee to xx at the request of the opposition leader Juan Guaido.

President Biden says he will appeal against a court ruling that declared the Dreamers Program illegal. The program protects people who went to the United States as illegal child migrants.

Iran says international talks on its nuclear program will be delayed until next month when the new president Ebrahim Raisi has taken office. Tehran also said the United States and Britain must stop linking the deal to a prisoner exchange.

The Greek authorities are re-imposing an overnight curfew and other restrictions on M to try to bring a new COVID outbreak under control. The island’s economy is heavily dependent on visitors and the move in the middle of the tourist season has been criticized as misguided.

The French director Julia Ducournau has become the second woman to win one of the film industry’s most prestigious awards the Palme d’Or. She was awarded the prize at the Cannes festival for her movie Titane, an outlandish xx and comic thriller about a serial killer.
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BBC News with Moira Alderson

Emergency work is continuing in Germany and the Benelux countries which earlier in the week were hit by the worst floods in decades. At least 160 people are known to have died, most of them in western Germany. An official has warned that more bodies may be found in submerged cars and collapsed buildings.

More than 300 people have been arrested in Ethiopia, accused of supporting rebels in the northern region of Tigray. Reports say some of them have been beaten up and taken hundreds of kilometers from the capital.

A Venezuelan opposition activist has sought asylum in the Chilian embassy, after the government started arresting its adversaries, among them the leader and other members of the Popular Will Party. Chile says it gave refuge to Emilio Grateron at the request of the opposition leader Juan Guaido.

President Biden says he will appeal against a court ruling that declared that the dreamer’s program illegal. The program protects people who went to the United States as illegal child migrants.

Iran says international talks on its nuclear program will be delayed until next month when the new president Ebrahim Raisi has taken office. Tehran also said the United States and Britain must stop linking the deal to a prisoner exchange.

The Greek authorities are reimposing an overnight curfew and other restrictions on Mokonos to try to bring a new Covid outbreak under control. The island’s economy is heavily dependent on visitors. And the move, in the middle of the tourist season, has been criticized as misguided.

The French director Julia Ducournau has become the 2nd woman to win one of the film industry’s most prestigious awards, the Palme d’Or. She was awarded the prize at the Cannes Festival for her movie Titane, an outlandish, grizzly and comic thriller about a serial killer.

That’s the latest world news from the BBC.
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BBC news with Morral Olderson.

Emergency work is continuing in Germany at the Benelux countries, which earlier in the week were hit by the worst floods in decades. At least 160 people are known to have died, most of them in western Germany. And officials have warned that more bodies may be found in submerged cars and collapsed buildings.

More than 300 people have been arrested in Ethiopia, accused of supporting rebels in the northern region of Tigray. Reports say some of them have been beaten up and taken hundreds of kilometers from the capital.

A Venezuelan opposition activist has sought asylum in the Chilean embassy after the government started arresting its adversaries, among them the leader and other members of the popular Will Party. Chile says it gave refugee to * at the request of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

President Biden says he will appeal against a court ruling that declared the Dreamers Program illegal. The program protects people who went to the United States as illegal child migrants.

Iran says international talks on its nuclear program will be delayed until next month, when the new president Ebrahim Raisi has taken office. Tehran also said the United States and Britain must stop linking the deal to a prisoner exchange.

The Greek authorities are re-imposing an overnight curfew and other restrictions on Mykonos to try to bring a new Covid outbreak under control. The island’s economy is heavily dependent on visitors and the move in the middle of the tourist season has been criticized as misguided.

The French director Julia Ducournau has become the second woman to win one of the film industry’s most prestigious awards the Palme d’Or. She was awarded the prize at the Cannes festival for her movie Titane, an outlandish, grizzly and comic thriller about a serial killer.

That's the latest world news from BBC.
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BBC news with Moria Alderson.

Emergency work is continuing in Germany at the Benelux countries which earlier in the week were hit by the worst floods in decades. At least 160 people are known to have died, most of them in Western Germany. And officials have warned that more bodies may be found in submerged cars and collapsed buildings.

More than 300 people had been arrested in Ethiopia, accused of supporting rebels in the northern region of Tigray. Reports say some of them have been beaten up and taken hundreds of kilometers from the capital.

A Venezuelan opposition activists has sought asylum in the Chilean embassy after the government started arresting its adversaries, among them, the leader and other member of the Popular Will Party. Chile says it gave refuge to Emilio Grateron at the request of opposition leader Juan Guaido.

President Biden says he will appeal against a court ruling that declared the Dreamers Program illegal. The program protests people who went to the United States as illegal child migrants.

Iran says international talks on its nuclear program will be delayed until next month, when new President Ebrahim Raisi has taken office. Tehran also said the United States and Britain must stop linking the deal to a prisoner exchange.

The Greek authorities are re-imposing an overnight curfew and other restrictions on Mykonos to try to bring a new covid outbreak under control. The island's economy is heavily dependent on visitors and the move in the middle of the tourist season has been criticized as misguided.

The French director Julia Ducournau has become the second woman to win one of film industry's most prestigious awards the Palme d'Or. She was awarded the prize at the Cannes Festival for her movie Titane, an outlandish, grizzly and comic thriller about a serial killer.

That's the latest world news from the BBC.
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