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The US national security advisor has urged Russia not to exploit the current energy crisis. Speaking to BBC, Jack Sulliven said Moscow has in part used energy as cohision and a political weapon, and warned that doing so now will backfire on Russia.


The US senators have agreed to extend the country's debt ceiling for two months after Republicans agreed to drop their  opposition to the increase. The limit on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears that the US will default on its national debt.


A Saudi-led take-over of football struggling English primier league said new castle united has been approved. The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to divert tension from their poor rights record.


Poland's constitutional court has ruled that the Polish law trumps European Union law undermining one of the crop's core principles. The court said it had the right to check the constitutionality of the EU law and rulings by the European court of Justice.


Protesters have gathered outside the headquarters of the governing Austrian people's government  in Vienna, calling for the resignation of chencellor xx. He's been investigated over the party's alleged attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion reports.


Officials in xx in western Parkistan say they 15 people were killed in an earthquark early on Thursday, slightly fewer than previously thought. More than 100 homes were damaged.


The campaigner and widow of Nelson Mandela, xx has urged south Africans to break the phyce of violence that women and girls are subjected. In a speech marking xx's 90-year's birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to go up experiencing exploitation and abuse.


That's the world's latest. BBC news



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1.The US National security adviser has urged Russia not to expoit the current energy crisis. Speaking to the BBC, J said Moscow had in the past used energy as a tool of [cohision] and a political weapon, but warned that doing so now would back fire on Russia.

2.US senators had agreed to extend the country's debt ceiling for two months after Republicans agreed to drop their opposition to the incease. The limit on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears that US would default on its national debt.

3.A Saudi-[led] take-over of football struggling English primier League said New Castle United has been approved. The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to devert attention from their poor rights record.

4.Poland's constitutional court has ruled that Polish law trumps? European law, undermining one of the bloc's core principles. The court said it has the right to check the constitutionality of EU law and rulings by the European court of justice.

5.Protesters had gathered outside the headquarters of the governing Austrian People's Party in Vietnam, calling for the resignation of chansellor Z. He's been investigated over the party's alledged attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion polls.

6.Officials in B in western Pakistan said they now think 15 people were killed in an earthquake early on Thursday, [slightly] fewer than previously thought. More than 100 homes were damaged.

7.The compaigner of A has urged South Africans to break the cyber? violence that women and girls are subjected to. In a speech marking D's 90th birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to grow up experiencing exploitation and abuse.

That's the latest world news from the BBC.
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The US National Security Advisor has urged Russia not to exploit the current energy crisis. Speaking to BBC, said Moscow had in the past used energy as a tool of coercion and a political weapon, but warned doing so now would backfire on Russia.
The US senators have agreed to extend the country's debt ceiling for two months after  Repulicans dropped their opposition to the increase. The limit on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears that the US would default on its international debt.
A Saudi-led takeover of football struggling English premier league side New Castle United has been approved.The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to divert attention from their poor rights record.
Poland's constitutional court has ruled that Polish law trumps European law undermining one of the bloc's core principles.The court said it had the right to check the constitutionality of EU law and rulings by the European court of justice.
Protesters have gathered outside the headquarters of the governing Austrian People's Party in Viena calling for the resignation of the chancellor. He is bening investigated over the party's alleged attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion polls.
Officials in ? in western Pakistan says they now think fifteen people were killed in an earthquake earlier on Thursday, slightly fewer than previously thought. More than a hundred homes were damaged.
The campaigner and widow of Nelson Mandela has urged South Africans to break the cycle of violence that women and girls are subjected to. In a speech marking ?'s ninetieth birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to growing up experiencing exploitation and abuse.
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BBC news with Morro Alderson.

The U.S. National Security Advisor has urged Russia not to exploit the current energy crisis. Speaking to the BBC, Jake Sullivan said Moscow had in the past used energy as a tool of coercion and a political weapon but warned doing so now would backfire on Russia.

U.S. senators have agreed to extend the country's debt ceiling for two months after Republicans agreed to drop their opposition to the increase. The limit on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears the U.S. would default on its international debt.

A Saudi-led takeover of football struggling English premier league side New Castle United has been approved. The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to divert attention from their poor rights record.

Poland's constitutional court has ruled that Polish law trumps European law undermining one of the bloc's core principles. The court said it had the right to check the constitutionality of EU law and rulings by the European court of justice.

Protesters have gathered outside the headquarters of the governing Austrian People's Party in Vienna calling for the resignation of the chancellor. He is being investigated over the party's alleged attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion polls.

Officials in Balochistan in western Pakistan says they now think 15 people were killed in an earthquake earlier on Thursday, slightly fewer than previously thought. More than 100 homes were damaged.

The campaigner and widow of Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel has urged South Africans to break the cycle of violence that women and girls are subjected to. In a speech marking Desmond Tutu's 90th birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to grow up experiencing exploitation and abuse.

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

The US National Security Adviser has urged Russia not to exploit the current energy crisis. Speaking to the BBC, Jake Sullivan said Moscow had in the past used energy as a tool of coercion and political weapon, but warned doing so now would backfire on Russia.

US senators have agreed to extend the country's debt ceiling for two months after Republicans agreed to drop their opposition to increase. The limit on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears the US would default on its national debt.

A Saudi-led takeover of football struggling English Premier League said New Castle United has been approved. The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to divert attention from their poor rights record.

Poland's constitutional court has ruled that Polish law trumps European Union law undermining one of the bloc's core principles. The court said it had the right to check the constitutionality of the EU law and rulings by the European court of justice.

Protesters have gathered outside the headquarters of the governing Austrian People's Party in Vienna, calling for the resignation of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. He is being investigated over the party's the most attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion polls.

Officials in Baluchistan in western Pakistan say they now think 15 people were killed in an earthquake early on Thursday, slightly fewer than previously thought. More than 100 homes were damaged.

The campaigner and widow Nelson Mandela, Graca Machel has urged the South Africans to break the cycle of violence that women and girls are subjected to. In a speech marking Desmond Tutu's 90th birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to grow up experiencing exploitation and abuse.

That's the latest World news from the BBC.
1.   The U.S national security adviser has urged Russia not to exploit teh current energy crisis. Speaking to the BBC, Jack S.said that Moscow had in the past used energy as a tool of coercion and a political weapon, but warned that doing so now would back fire on Russia.

2.   U.S senate has agreed to extend the country's debt sealings two months, after Republicans agree to drop their opposition to the increase. The limite on how much the government can borrow was due to be reached in less than two weeks, prompting fears the U.S would default on its national debt.

3.   A Saudi-led take-over of football struggling English premier league said New Castle United has been approved. The deal has been highly controversial with critics accusing the Saudis of trying to divert tentions from theor poor rights record.

4.   Poland's constitutional court has ruled that Polish law trumps European Union law, undermining one of the crop's core principles. The court said it had the right to check the constitutionality of E.U law and ruling by the European court of justice.

5.   Protesters have gathered outside the headquarter of the governing Austrian People's Party in Vienna, calling the resigniation of Chancellor Sebastian K., he has been investigated over the party alleged attempt to bribe a newspaper group to publish favorable opinion polls.

6.   Officials in B. in western Pakistan say they now think 15 people were killed in an earthquake earlier on Thursday, slightly fewer than previously thought. More than 100 homes were damaged.

7.  The campaigner and widow of Nelson Mandela, G.M. has urged South Africans to break the cycle of violence the women and girls are subjected to. In a speech marking D.T.'s 90th birthday, she said everyone should ensure children in South Africa didn't have to grow up experiensing exploitation and abuse.
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