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BBC News Summary 2021-11-04 (Thu)

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A UN investigation says all sides in the conflict in the Ethiopia’s Tigray region may have committed war crimes. The UN and the Ethiopia’s human rights commission found there’s been extrajudicial executions, torture, and rape. Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said the report had found no evidence of genocide.

A Republican has become governor of Virginia as President Biden’s Democrat lost support in several parts of the US a year after he defeated Donald Trump. Glenn Youngkin, a wealthy financier, hailed his win as a defining moment.

The head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA says the organization is facing a funding crisis that could put its future at risk. Philippe Lazzarin says there’s currently a shortfall of around 100 million dollars. The agency provides education and primary healthcare for some 5 million Palestinian refugees.

The World Health Organization says it has approved an India-made Covid vaccine for emergency use, paving the way for the jab to be accepted in many developing countries. It said the vaccine developed by a Bharat biotech was found to have 78% efficacy against Covid-19, 14 or more days after the 2nd dose.

The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he would punish local officials who are failing to deliver Covid-19 vaccines fast enough. In just over ⅓ of those eligible so far receiving shots. Mr. Duterte ordered soldiers and police to airlift vaccines to locations across the country to avoid hold-offs that he blamed on provincial governments.

And a Dutch court has ruled that a small snack bar in the south of the country can keep its name, projecting a lawsuit brought by the American fast food chain Wendy’s. The snack bar has been trading as Wendy’s since 1988.

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A UN investigation says all sides in the conflict in the Ethiopia's Tigray region may have committed war crimes. The UN and the Ethiopian human rights commission found there've been extrajudicial executions, torture, and rape. Ethiopia's Prime Minister X said the report had found no evidence of genocide.

A Republican has become governor of Virginia as President Biden's Democrats lost support in several parts of the US, a year after he defeated Donald Trump. GY, a wealthy financier, hailed his win as a defining moment.

The head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, says the organization is facing a funding crisis that could put its future at risk. X says there's currently a shortfall of around $100 million. The agency provides education and primary healthcare for some 5 million Palestinian refugees.

The World Health Organization says it has approved an India-made Covid vaccine for emergency use, paving the way for the jab to be accepted in many developing countries. It said the vaccine developed by B-Biotech was found to have 78% efficacy against Covid-19 14 or more days after the 2nd dose.

The Philippine President RD has said he would punish local officials who are failing to deliver Covid-19 vaccines fast enough with just over ⅓ of those eligible so far receiving shots. Mr. D ordered soldiers and police to airlift vaccines to locations across the country to avoid hold-ups that he blamed on provincial governments.

And a Dutch court has ruled that a small snack bar in the south of the country can keep its name, rejecting a lawsuit brought by the American fast food chain Wendy’s. The snack bar has been trading as Wendy’s since 1988.
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1.   Carbon emmission's worldwide looked said about to back this year to level's last scene before the pandemic. Some release fears further risese next year as transport including aviation recovers. The finding highlight the difficulties that trying to limit world temperature rises to 1.5 degrees.

2.   Reaserchs in England give new evidence that vaccination can drastically reduce cervical cancer in women. The study followed girls vaccinated in 2008 has finded the rates of cervical cancer in those jabed HPV aged 12 and 13 were 87% lower than those not immunized.

3.   Projection in the American state of New Jersey suggested a narrow win for the incumbent Demoncrat in the election for the governorship. Phil Murphy's way for majority at the state that usually lead Demoncratic, There's more evidence that his party has slipt in popularities in the past year.

4.   Talks revived the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and 6 other nations are due to restart later this month. They will take place in Vienna after a 5-month high ? , and would be the first such talks since the hardline president A.A. elected.

5.   Hundreds of women have marched through the Mexicon city to highlight the country's rising rate of femicide. Many were dressed skeletons and hold crosses burring the names of murdered women, dubbed the day of "dead women". The demonstration happended the day after Mexico's traditional day of deadth celebrations.

6.   Russia has expelled a Dutch journalist, Tom V. the Moscow correspondent for the V. newspaper. It cited what he had called " past a ministry violations". But Netherlands said the move was unacceptable. Mr.V. has been given three days to leave Russia and wanted be allowed back for 4 years.

7.   The Brazilian artist S.S has been found dead at his home in Sao Paulo, he was 41. S. was consided a rising star of contenporary indigenous art. His bright complex painting has drew on both the nature world and indiginous ?.
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Carbon emissions world wide  lookset abouts back this year to  levels less in before the pandemic,some analysts fear further rises next year as transport including aviation recovers,the findings highlight the difficulties of trying limit world temperature rises to 1.5 degrees.

Research in England gives new evidence that vaccination can drastically reduce cases of servical cancer in women,the study followed girls vaccinated in 2008,and founded rates of servical cancer in N aged the age 12 and 13,were 87% lower than those not immunized.


Prejections in the American states of suggest a narrow win for the incument democrat,in the election for the governorship,Mxx  way thin majority and state that usually leads democratic gives more evidence his party has slipped in popularity in the past year.

Talks rewire the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and 6 Oven nations,are due to restart later this month,they'll take place in Viena after a month hiatus,and will be the first such talk since the hardline president A was elected.

Hundreds of women have marched through Mexico city to highlight the country's rising rate of Fanicite ,many were dressed to skeletons and held crosses bowing the names of murdered women.dubbed the day of deadwomen,the demonstration happed a day after Mexico's traditional day of the death celebrations .

Russia has expelled a Dutch journalist H ,the Moscow  correspondent for F newspaper,it's cited what it called passed administrative violations but the Netherland said the move was unacceptable Mr  V was given 3 days to leave Russia,and won't be allowed back for 4 years.


The Brazlian Artist S has been found dead at his home in Sanpoulo,he was 41,E was considered a rising star of contempory indigenous art ,his bright complex painting drew on both the natural world and indigenous mythology.
Carbon emissions worldwide look set to bounce back this year  to levels last seen before the pandemic. Some analyst fear further rises next year as transport including aviation recovers. The findings highlight the difficulties of trying to limit the world temprerature rise to one point five degrees. Research in England gives new evidence that vaccination can drastically reduce cases of  cervical cancer in women. The study followd girls vaccinated in 2008 and found that the rates of cervical cancer in those jabbed aged 12 to 13 were 87percent lower than those not immunized.
Projections in the US state of New Jersey suggest a narrow win for incumbent democrat in the election for the governorship. ?'s way for thin majority in the state that usually leans democratic gives more evidence his party has slipped in popularity in the past year.
Talks revived the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six other nations are due to restart later this month. They will take place in Vianna after a five-month ? and will be the first such talks since the hard-lined president ? was elected.
Hundreds of women have marched through Mexico city to highlight the country's rising rate of femicide. Many were dressed in skeletons and held crosses bearing the names of murdered women. Dubbed the day of dead women, the demonstration happened a day after Mexico's traditional day of the death celebrations.
Russia has expelled a Dutch journalist ?, the Moscow correspondent for ? Newspapaper. It cited what it called past administrative violations, but Netherlands said it was unacceptable. ? was given three days to leave Russia and won't be allowed back for four years.
The Brazilian artist ? has been found dead at his home in Saupaulo. He was forty-one. ? was considered a rising star of contemporary indigenous art . His bright complex paintings drew on both the natural world and the indigenous mythology

[Homework]BBC 2021-11-04

BBC news with David Harper
Carbon emissions worldwide look set to bounce back this year to levels last seen before the pandemic. Some analysts fear further rises next year as transport including aviation recovers. The findings highlight the difficulties of trying to limit world temperature rises to 1.5 degrees.


Research in England gives new evidence that vaccination can drastically reduce case of cervical cancer in women. The study followed girls vaccinated in 2008 and found that rates of cervical cancer in those jabbed aged 12 and 13 were 87% lower than for those not immunised.


Projections in the American State of New Jersey suggested a narrow win for the incumbent Democrat in the election for the governorship. Phil Murphy’s win for thin majority in the state that usually leans Democratic gives more evidence his party has slipped in popularity in the past year.


Talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and 6 other nations are due to restart later this month. They’ll take place in Vienna after a 5-month hiatus and will be the first such talks since the hardline President Ebrahim Raisi was elected.


Hundreds of women have marched through Mexico City to highlight the country’s rising rate of femicide. And they were dressed to skeletons and held crosses bearing names of murdered women. Dubbed the day of Dead Women, the demonstration happened the day after Mexico’s traditional day of the dead celebrations.


Russia has expelled a Dutch journalist Tom Vennink, the Moscow correspondent for De Volkskrant newspaper. It’s cited what it called past administrative violation. But the Netherlands said the move was unacceptable. Mr Vennink was given three days to leave Russia and won’t be allowed back for four years.


The Brazilian artist Jaider Edbell has been found dead at his home in Sao Paulo. He was 41. Edbell was considered a rising star of contemporary indigenous art. His bright complex paintings drew on both the natural world and indigenous mythology.
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BBC news with David Harper.

Carbon emissions worldwide look set to bounce back this year to level's last seen in before the pandemic. Some analysts fear further rises next year as transport including aviation recovers. The findings highlight the difficulties of trying to limit world temperature rises to 1.5 degrees.

Research in England gives new evidence that vaccination can drastically reduce cases of cervical cancer in women. The study followed girls vaccinated in 2008 and founded rates of cervical cancer in those jabbed aged 12 and 13 were 87% lower than those not immunized.

Projections in the American states of New Jersey suggest a narrow win for the incumbent democrat in the election for the governorship. Phil Murphy's way for majority in the state that usually lead democratic gives more evidence his party has slipped in popularity in the past year.

Talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six other nations are due to restart later this month. They'll take place in Vienna after a five-month hiatus and will be the first such talks since the hardline President Ebrahim Raisi was elected.

Hundreds of women have marched through Mexico City to highlight the country's rising rate of femicide. Many were dressed to skeletons and held crosses bowing the names of murdered women. Dubbed the day of dead women. The demonstration happened a day after Mexico's traditional day of the death celebrations.

Russia has expelled a Dutch journalist Tom Vennink, the Moscow correspondent for Volkskrant newspaper. It's cited what it called passed administrative violations, but the Netherland said the move was unacceptable. Mr. Vennink was given three days to leave Russia and won't be allowed back for four years.

The Brazilian artist Jaider Esbell has been found dead at his home in Sao Paulo. He was 41. Esbell was considered a rising star of contemporary indigenous art. His bright complex painting drew on both the natural world and indigenous mythology.

BBC news.
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