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1.   A growing number of Olympic athletes and officials survive to be infected with coronavirus or are in quarantine just five days before the games officially begin. The latest tested positive is the American tennis star Coco Golf who will now miss the competetion.

2.   A joint investigation by 16 media organizations has provided detail evidence that human rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the world are being targeted by at least 10 authoritarian governments, using hacking software sold by Israeli surveillance company. The use of the software, called P., has been reported in the Washington Post, the Guardian and other news outlets who collaborate on an investigation into a data leak.

3.   Chancellor Merckel has spoken of serial devastation when she took one of the villages rapped by Germany's worst floods for decades. She promised villages in show that cabinet would meet in the coming days to ??. Mrs.Merckel said Germany must fast improve its efforts to tackle climate change.

4.   The Afghan government and Taliban militants said they will speed up their peace talks and all committed to continue the high level investigations until the settlement is found.  They said they worked provide humanitarian assistance throw out Afghanistan.

5.   The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaru has been discharged from hospital four days after been admitted with series intestine problems. Mr.Bolsonaru, who's 66, has been treated several times since been stabbed by mentally unstabled man during the presidential election thee years ago.

6.   The 24-year-old American, Collen M., has won the open championship, making him the only ?ever to win two of the sports, four major tournaments on his stabile. He ended on 15 underpart, a royal ? Georges in S. in southern England, to be follow American Jordon S.
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A growing number of Olympic athletes and officials have either been infected with coronavirus  or are in quarantine just five days before the games officially begin.The latest to test positive is the American tennis star who will now miss the competition.
A joint investigation by sixteen media organizations has provided detailed evidence that human rights activists , jounalists and lawyers around the world are being targeted by at least ten authoritarian governments, using hacking software sold by Israeli suveillance company. The use of the software called Pegasus has been reported in Washington Post, the Guardian and other news outlets who collaborated on an investigation into a dataleak.
Chancellor Merkel has spoken of a serial devestation as she toured one of the villages wreaked by Germany's worst floods for decades. She promised the villages in ? that the cabinet will meet in a few days to hasten the flood relief. Miss Merkel said Germany must fast improve its efforts to tackle the climate change.
The Afgan governments and Taliban militants say they will speed up their peace talks and are commited to continuing high-level negotiations until settlements are found.They said they'd worked to provide humanitarian assistance throughout Afganistan.
The Brazilian president ? has been discharged from hospital four days after being admitted with serious intestine problems. Mr. ? who is sixty-six, has been treated several times since being stabbed by a mentally unstable man during the presidential election three years ago.
The 24-year-old American has won the open championship, making him the only golfer ever to win two of the sport's four major tournaments on his debut. He ended on 15 under par at Royal Saint Georges in Sandwitch in southern England to beat fellow American Jordan Space. BBC news.
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BBC news with Morral Olderson.

A growing number of Olympic athletes and officials have either been infected with coronavirus or are in quarantine just five days before the games officially begin. The latest tested positive is the American tennis star Coco Gauff who will now miss the competition.

A joint investigation by 16 media organizations has provided a detailed evidence that human rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the world are being targeted by at least 10 authoritarian governments, using hacking software sold by an Israeli surveillance company. The use of the software called Pegasus has been reported in the Washington Post, the Guardian and other news outlets who collaborated on an investigation into a data leak.

Chancellor Merkel has spoken of surreal devastation when she toured one of the villages wrecked by Germany's worst floods for decades. She promised villages in short that the cabinet would meet in the coming days to hasten flood relief. Mrs. Merkel said Germany must fast improve its efforts to tackle climate change.

The Afghan government and Taliban militants say they will speed up their peace talks and are committed to continuing the high-level negotiations until a settlement is found.  They said they worked to provide humanitarian assistance throughout Afghanistan.

The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been discharged from hospital four days after been admitted with serious intestine problems. Mr.Bolsonaro, who's 66, has been treated several times since being stabbed by a mentally unstable man during the presidential election three years ago.

The 24-year-old American Collin Morikawa has won the open championship, making him the only golfer ever to win two of the sports, four major tournaments on his debut. He ended on 15 under par at Royal St George's in sun-drench in southern England, to beat fellow American Jordan Spieth.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Moira Alderson.

A growing number of Olympic athletes and officials have either been infected with coronavirus or are in quarantine just five days before the games officially begin. The latest tested positive is be American tennis star Coco Gaulf, who will now miss the competition.

A joint investigation by 16 media organizations has provided detail evidences that human right activists, journalists and lawyers around the world are being targeted by at least 10 authoritarian governments using hacking software sold by Israeli surveillance company. The use of software, called Pegasus, has been reported in the Washington Post, Guardian and other news outlets who collaborated on an investigation into a data leak.

Chancellor Merkel has spoken of a serial devastation when she toured one of the villages wreaked by German's worst floods for decades. She promised villages in short that cabinet would meet in the coming days to hasten the flood relief. Mrs Merkel said Germany must fast improve its efforts to tackle climate change.

The Afghan government and Taliban militants say they will speed up their peace talks and all committed to continue the high level negotiations until the settlement is found. They said that the work provided humanitarian assistance throughout Afghanistan.

The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been discharged from hospital four days after being admitted with serious intestine problems. Mr. Bolsonaro, who's 66, has been treated several times since being stabbed by a mentally unstable man during the presidential election three years ago.

The 24-year-old American Collin Morikawa has won the open championship, making him the only golfer ever to win two of these sports four major tournaments on his debuts. He ended on 15 under par at Royal St. George's in Sandwitch in southern England to beat follow American Jordan Spieth.

BBC news.
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