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BBC News Summary 2021-12-07 (Tue)

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BBC News with Moira Alderson

The US won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed concerns over China’s human rights record, including its treatment of Uygur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang. But US athletes will take part in the Games as usual.

On the eve of a video call between the Russian and American Presidents, a senior US official has said Joe Biden will warn Valdimir Putin of severe economic consequences if he decides to invade Ukraine. The official said Mr. Biden would stress that such action will result in genuine, meaningful and enduring costs.

New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus. In the strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States, city employees are already required to be vaccinated.

The runner-up in the Gambia’s presidential election Ousainou Darboe has said he plans to challenge the result, in which the incumbent Adama Barrow won with 53% of the votes. Mr. Darboe called on his supporters to remain calm.

Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have sued Facebook in the US and Britain, alleging the company failed to act over hate speech. The Rohingyas claim Facebook fostered violence against them. Facebook now matter has not responded to the allegations.

The head of a US company has come under fire after sacking around 900 of his staff on a single Zoom call. Vishal Garg, Chief Executive of a mortgage firm, told his employees that if they had been invited to join that call, they were being laid off.

Saudi Arabia’s first ever film festival has opened in Jeddah. The aim of the 10-day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.

That’s the latest BBC news.
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1.  The U.S won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the winter Olympics in Beijing nextyear. The White House said the move followed a concern over China’s human rights record, including its treatment of Uygur muslimsof western region of Xinjiang. But U.S athletes will take part in the game as usual.

2.  On the eve of radio call between the Russian and American presidents, a senior U.S official has said Joe Biden will warn Vladimir Putin of severe economic consequencesif he decides to invade Ukrain. The official said Mr.Biden would spress that such action would result in genuine, meaningful and enduring costs.

3.  New York’s major, Bill de Blasio, said all private setctor workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus. In the strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States, city employees are already required to be vaccinated.

4.  The runner up in the Gambia’s presidential election, U.D., has said she plans to challenge the result, in which the incumbent A.B. Won with 53% of the vote. Miss D. called on her supporters to remain calm.

5.  Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have sued Facebook in the U.S and Britain, alleging the company failed to actover hate speech. The Rohingyas claimed Facebook forced violence against them. Facebook now matter has not responded the allegations.

6.  The head of a U.S comnpany has come under fire after sacking around 900 of his stuff on a single Zoom call. V.G., Chief executive of a morgage firm, told his employees that if they had been invited to joion that call, they were being laid off.

7.    Saudi Arabia’s first ever film festival has been opened in Jedda. The aim of the ten-day event was encouraging the growth of the local fime industry.
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BBC news with Morrel Oddsson
The US won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed concerns over China’s human rights records, including its treatment of Uyghur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang. But US athletes will take part in the game as usual.

On the eve of a video call between the Russian and American presidents, a senior US official has said Joe Biden will warn Vladimir Putin of severe economic consequences if he decides to invade Ukraine. The official said Mr Biden would stress that such action would result in genuine, meaningful and enduring costs.

New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus in the strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States. City employees are already required to be vaccinated.

The runner-up in the Gambia’s presidential election Ousainou Darboe has said he plans to challenge the result in which the incumbent Adama Barrow won with 53% of the vote. Mr Darboe called on his supporters to remain calm.

Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have sued FaceBook in the US and Britain, alleging that the company failed to act at the hate speech. The Rohingyas claimed Facebook forced violence against them. Facebook, now Meta, has not responded to the allegations.

The head of a US company has come under fire after sacking round 900 of his staff on a single Zoom call. Vishal Garg, chief executive of a mortgage firm told his employees that if they had been invited to join that call, they were being laid off.

Saudi Arabia’s first ever film festive has opened in Jeddah. The aim of the 10-day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.
That’s the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with Morro Olderson.

The U.S. won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed concerns over China's human rights record, including its treatment of Uyghur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang. But U.S. athletes will take part in the game as usual.

On the eve of a video call between the Russian and American Presidents, a senior U.S. official has said Joe Biden will warn Vladimir Putin of severe economic consequences if he decides to invade Ukraine. The official said Mr. Biden would stress that such action would result in genuine, meaningful and enduring costs.

New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus in the strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States. City employees are already required to be vaccinated.

The runner-up in the Gambia’s presidential election Ousainou Darboe has said he plans to challenge the result in which the incumbent Adama Barrow won with 53% of the vote. Mr. Darboe called on his supporters to remain calm.

Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have sued Facebook in the U.S. and Britain, alleging that the company failed to act at the hate speech. The Rohingyas claimed Facebook fostered violence against them. Facebook, now Meta, has not responded to the allegations.

The head of a U.S. company has come under fire after sacking round 900 of his staff on a single Zoom call. Vishal Garg, chief executive of a mortgage firm told his employees that if they had been invited to join that call, they were being laid off.

Saudi Arabia’s first ever film festive has opened in Jeddah. The aim of the 10-day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.

That's the latest BBC news.
The U.S won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed a concern over China’s human rights record, including its treatment of .. muslimsof western region of Xinjiang.  But U.S athletes will take part in the game as usual.
On the eve of a video call between the Russian and American Presidents, a senior U.S. official has said J. Biden will warn P..  of severe economic consequences if he decides to invade U... The official said Mr. Biden would stress that such action would result in ..., meaningful and enduring costs.
New York’s mayor Bill ... says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus in the strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States. City employees are already required to be vaccinated.
The runner-up in the G.. presidential election O..  has said he plans to challenge the result in which the ....won with 53% of the vote. Mr. D.. called on his supporters to remain calm.
R.. refugees from M.. have sued Facebook in the U.S. and Britain, alleging that the company failed to act at the hate speech. The R.. claimed facebook fostered violence against them. Facebook, now Meta, has not responded to the allegations.
The head of a U.S. company has come under fire after sacking round 900 of his staff on a single Zoom call. ... chief executive of a .. firm told his employees that if they had been invited to join that call, they were being laid off.
SA’s first ever film festive has opened in J... The aim of the 10-day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.
1.The U.S. won't send any government or diplomatic officials to the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed concerns over China's human rights record, including its treatment of Uygur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang.  But U.S. athletes will take part in the games as usual.

2.On the eve of a video court between the Russian and American president, a senior U.S. official had said Joe Biden will [warn] president Putin of severe economic consequences if he decides to invade Ukraine. The official said Mr. Biden would stress that such action will result in genuine, meaningful and [enduring] costs.

3.New York's mayor Bill says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus in the strictest vaccine [mandate] to be imposed anywhere in the United States. City employees are already required to be vaccinated.

4.The runner-up] in the Gambia's presidential election, W, had said he plans to challenge the result in which the incumbent A won with 53% of the vote. Mr. D called on his supporters to remain calm.

5. R refugees from Myanmar had sued Facebook in the U.S. and Britain, alleging the company failed to act [over] hate speech. There were hinges claimed Facebook fostered violence against them. Facebook now matter? has not responded to the allegations.

6.The head of the U.S. company has come under fire after [sacking] around 900 of his staff on a single zoom call. Fish, chief executive of a [morgage] firm, told his employees that if they've been invited to join that court, they will be laid off.

7.Saudi Arabia's first ever filmed festival has opened in J. The aim of the ten-day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.

That's the latest BBC News.
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The U.S. won’t send any government or diplomatic officials to the winter Olympics in Beijing next year. The White House said the move followed concerns over China’s human rights record, including its treatment of Uyghur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang. The U.S. athletes will take part in the games as usual.

On the eve of a video call between the Russian and American Presidents, a senior U.S. official has said Joe Biden would warn Vladimir Putin of severe economic consequence if he decides to invade Ukraine. The official said Mr. Biden would stress that such action would result in genuine meaningful and enduring costs.

New York’s mayor, B, says all private sector workers in the city must be vaccinated against coronavirus. In a strictest vaccine mandate to be imposed anywhere in the United States, city employees are already required to be vaccinated.

The runner-(up) in the Gambia’s presidential election, D, has said he planned to challenge the result in which the incumbent, Admiral B, won with 53% of the votes. Mr. D called his supporters to remain calm.

Rohinger refugee from Mynmmar have sued Facebook in the U.S. and Britain, alleging the company failed to act with the hate speech. The Rohingers claimed the Facebook fostered violence against them. Facebook,(now Meta), has not responded to the allegation.

The head of a U.S. company has commanded fire after sacking around 900 of his staff on a single Zoom call. G, chief executive of M firm, told his employee that if they had been invited to join that call, they were being laid off.

Saudi Arabia’s first ever film festival has opened in Jedda. The aim of the ten day event is to encourage the growth of the local film industry.
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