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BBC News with Eileen McCue.

Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of *, the capital of * province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters away from the governor’s office, but later reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters who reported to be taken up positions inside resident homes, using them human shields.  

Trucks carrying emergency assistance to * northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital *. The United Nations Food Agency said more than a dozen of vehicles had arrived and more are on the way. 170 trucks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of * due to insecurity.  

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators oppose to mandatory Covid passes have rallied in dozens of downs and cities for the third weekend in a row. Riot police in Paris use teargas during clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least three police officers were injured. The protesters claimed the passes are curbing personal freedoms.   

Police in Beijing say they’ve detained one of China’s biggest stars, Chris Wu, on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese Canadian actor and singer of raping her two years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least two dozen more women have come forward, alleging inappropriate behavior.  

At the Tokyo Olympics, * of Jamaica has won gold in the woman’s 100 meters. Her teammate took silver and bronze to make a clean sweep for Jamaica. In tennis, 24-year-old * of Switzerland won the woman single’s title in a three-set match against the Czech *.

And the authorities in Niger say heavy rains in the usually arid country have killed at least 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed. Others downed in floods.

BBC News.
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BBC news with Aileen McHugh.

Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of Lashkar Gah, the capital of Herat province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters away from the governor’s office, but later reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters who reported to be taking up positions inside resident homes, using them as human shields.  

Trucks carrying emergency assistance to Tigray in northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital Tigray. The United Nations Food Agency said more than a dozen of vehicles had arrived and more are on the way. 170 trucks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of Afar due to insecurity.  

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators opposed to mandatory Covid passes have rallied in dozens of downs and cities for the 3rd weekend in a row. Riot police in Paris use teargas during clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least three police officers were injured. The protesters claimed the passes are curbing personal freedoms.   

Police in Beijing say they’ve detained one of China’s biggest stars, Chris Wu on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese Canadian actor and singer of raping her two years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least two dozen more women have come forward  alleging inappropriate behavior.  

At the Tokyo Olympics Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica has won gold in the women’s 100 meters. Her teammate took silver and bronze to make a clean sweep for Jamaica. In tennis, 24-year-old Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the woman single’s title in a three-set match against the Czech Marketa Vondrousova.

And the authorities in Niger say heavy rains in the usually arid country have killed at least 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed. Others downed in floods.

BBC news.
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Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of Lashkar, the capital of Helmand province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters from the governor’s office but later reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters are reported to be taking up positions inside residents’ homes, using them as human shields.

Trucks carrying emergency assistance to Tigray in northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital Tigray. The United Nations food agency said more than a dozen vehicles had arrived and more are on the way. 170 trucks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of A due to insecurity.

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators opposed to mandatory COVID passes have rallied in dozens of towns and cities for the third weekend in a row. Riot police in Paris used tear gas during clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least three police officers were injured. The protesters claimed the passes are curbing personal freedoms.

Police in Beijing say they’ve detained one of China’s biggest stars Chris Wu on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese Canadian actor and singer of raping her two years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least two dozen more women have come forward, alleging inappropriate behavior.

At the Tokyo Olympics, Elaine Thompson-Herah Jamaican has won gold in the women’s 100 meters. Her teammates took silver and bronze to make it a clean sweep for Jamaica. In Tennis, 24-year old Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the women’s single title in a three-set match against the Czech.

And the authorities in Niger say heavy rains in the usually arid country have killed at least 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed, others drowned in floods.
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BBC news with Aileen McHugh.

Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of Lashkar, the capital of Helmand Province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters from the governor's office, but later reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters are reported to be taking up positions inside residents' homes, using them as human shields.

Trucks carrying emergency assistance to Tigray in northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital Tigray. United Nations Food Agency said more than a dozen vehicles had arrived and more were on their way. 170 tracks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of Afar due to insecurity.

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators opposed to mandatory Covid passes have rallied in dozens of towns and cities for the third weekend in a row. Riot police in Paris used tear gas during the clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least three police officers were injured. The protesters claim the passes are curbing personal freedoms.

Police in Beijing say they've detained one of China's biggest stars, Kris Wu, on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese-Canadian actor and singer of raping her two years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least two dozen more women have come forward, alleging inappropriate behavior.

At the Tokyo Olympics, Elaine Thompson-Herash Jamaican has won gold in the women's 100 meters. Her teammates took sliver and bronze to make it a clean sweep for Jamaica. In tennis, 24-year-old, Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the women's single's title in a three-set match against the Czech Marketa Vondrousova.

And the authorities in Niger say heavy rains in the usually arid country have killed 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed, others drowned in floods.

BBC news.
BBC News with Eileen Mchugh

Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of Lashkar Gah, the capital of Herat province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters from the governor’s office, but later reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters are reported to have been taking up positions inside residents’ homes, using them as human shields.

Trucks carrying emergency assistants to Tigray in northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital Tigray. The United Nations’ Food Agency said more than a dozen vehicles had arrived and more are on the way. 170 trucks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of Afar due to insecurity.

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators opposed to mandatary Covid passes have rallied in dozens of towns and cities for the 3rd weekend in the row. Riot police in Paris use tear gas during clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least 3 police officers were injured. The protestors claimed that the passes are curbing personal freedoms.

Police in Beijing say they have detained one of China’s biggest stars Chris Wu on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese-Canadian actor and singer of raping her 2 years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least 2 dozen more women have come forward alleging inappropriate behavior.

At the Tokyo Olympics Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica has won gold in the women’s 100 meters. Her teammates took silver and bronze to make it a clean sweep for Jamaica. In tennis, 24-year-old Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the woman’s single title in a 3-set match against the Czech Marketa Vondrousova.

And the authorities in Niger said heavy rains in the usually arid countries have killed at least 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed. Others drowned in floods.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Aileen McCue.

Heavy fighting is raging in the southern Afghan city of Lashkar Gah, the capital of Herat province. At one point, Taliban militants were just 300 meters from the governor’s office, but latest reports say they have now been pushed back. Taliban fighters who’re reported to be taking up positions inside residents’ homes, using them as human shields.  

Trucks carrying emergency assistance to Tigray in northern Ethiopia are finally reaching the regional capital Tigray. The United Nations Food Agency said more than a dozen vehicles had arrived and more are on the way. 170 trucks were stuck for weeks in the neighboring region of Afar due to insecurity.  

The French authorities say more than 200,000 demonstrators opposed to mandatory COVID passes have rallied in dozens of towns and cities for the 3rd weekend in a row. Riot police in Paris used teargas during clashes with demonstrators. Reports say at least 3 police officers were injured. The protesters claimed the passes are curbing personal freedoms.   

Police in Beijing say they’ve detained one of China’s biggest stars, Chris Wu, on suspicion of rape. Earlier this month, a student accused the Chinese-Canadian actor and singer of raping her 2 years ago when she was 17. Since then, at least two dozen more women have come forward alleging inappropriate behaviour.  

At the Tokyo Olympics, Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica has won gold in the women’s 100 meters. Her teammates took silver and bronze to make a clean sweep for Jamaica. In tennis, 24-year-old Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the woman single’s title in a three-set match against the Czech Marketa Vondrousova.

And the authorities in Niger say heavy rains in the usually arid country have killed at least 35 people and made more than 26,000 homeless. Most died when their houses collapsed. Others drowned in floods.

BBC news.
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