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the 14th ceasefire of this war ended at the walls of the old city of dubrovnik. this morning, witnesses said shells were landing every 20 seconds. people are celebrating - the passing of a man they hold responsible for hundredsl of deaths and oppression. elsewhere, people have been. gathering to mourn his passing. imelda marcos, the widow of the former president of the philippines, has gone on trial in manila. she is facing seven charges of tax evasion, estimated at £120 million. she pleaded not guilty. the prince and princess of wales are to separate. a statement from buckingham palace said the decision had been reached amicably. this is newsday on the bbc.

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HARDtalk

are only going to be enabled by market—based systems. here we sit in san francisco, one of the hubs of america's big tech economy. i mean, this city has received so much money, has become so prosperous — and, of course, still has massive economic problems to go alongside that — but it has come to symbolise, and particularly california as a whole, has come to symbolise the success of american big tech. but do you appreciate that right now, there is a growing public scepticism about big tech and about the impacts it is having on society here in america, but around the world? yeah, and i will tell you, for the first time in my career, i am seeing the scepticism and the concern about the aggregation and the monopoly effects that are being realised in the technology markets being heralded notjust by the majority, but also by the minority in the tech world.

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HARDtalk

what do you think of those individuals? and i guess i'm talking about musk and bezos, who are spending tens of billions of dollars, if not more, on space, on their preoccupation with expanding mankind's horizons to mars, and maybe even beyond — when even in this city, san francisco, which has benefited so much from the tech boom, there are thousands of homeless people, when, as we've established, across the world, there are hundreds of millions going short of food. what do you think of that? the same comments you were making were being made in the 14th and 15th century in spain, and there was a more dramatic disparity of wealth, disparity of income, and disparity—of—life condition than there is even today, believe it or not. and during that time, the attempts to cross the atlantic and discover the new world ultimately yielded benefits that were unimaginable at the time. and one could argue, yes,

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NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt

with our series "the unprotected." across the country black families are disproportionately impacted by all facets of the child welfare system, but in one major u.s. city the disparity is especially stunning. here's stephanie gosk. >> reporter: phoenix, arizona, where single mom richards moved her family here in 2015, it felt like a fresh start. >> if i would have known what i know now i would have never came here. >> reporter: after she gave birth to her youngest daughter, hospital staff decided to drug test her. richards says she didn't use drugs but her daughter's test came back positive for amphetamine. >> i just kind of lost it at that time. i kind of knew the end results of it. >> reporter: a caseworker with the state's department of child safety came to investigate. >> that was stressful. >> that was beyond stressful. that was degrading. >> reporter: case records richards provided to nbc news and propublica show it was found to be a false positive. just months later richards was investigated again when she brought the same daughter to the

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Newsday

america's paper of record walked up to 2a hours after failing to reach an agreement with the company on a new round of contract negotiations. you're watching newsday on the bbc. still to come on the programme: ahead of france and england's quarterfinal on saturday, we visit the paris suburb where french striker kylian mbappe used to train. john lennon was shot at the entrance to the dakota building in the centre of new york. there's been a crowd here standing in more or less silent vigil and the flowers have been piling up. the 14th ceasefire of this war ended at the walls of the old city of dubrovnik. this morning, witnesses said shells were landing every 20 seconds. people are celebrating the passing of a man. they hold responsible for hundreds of deaths

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BBC News

landing on netflix. thank you very much forjoining us. very much for 'oining us. thank ou. stay with us on bbc news, still to come: the seagrass meadows of the seychelles, helping the fight against global warming. john lennon was shot at the entrance to the dakota building in the centre of new york. there's been a crowd here standing in more or less silent vigil and the flowers have been piling up. the 14th ceasefire of this war ended at the walls of the old city of dubrovnik. this morning, witnesses said shells were landing every 20 seconds. people are celebrating the passing of a man. they hold responsible for hundreds of deaths and oppression. - to mourn his passing. imelda marcos, the widow of the former president of the philippines, has gone on trial in manila. she is facing seven charges

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BBC News

a decade after he trained on this patch of ground near paris, kylian mbappe, the "skinny shrimp" from bondy, has the hopes of a nation on his shoulders and the world at his feet. lucy williamson, bbc news, paris. not long to go before christmas — and that means that in the italian city of naples, the famous nativity figurines are once again on display. here they are — traditionally hand—carved and painted, with many of the characters you would associate with christmas, such as wise men and shepherds — and a few you might not — like batman, thejoker, and various politicians. according to tradition, neapolitans buyjust one figure each year — adding to their festive displays, piece by piece. you can reach me on twitter —

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Alex Wagner Tonight

city's three major newspapers, the new york times, the daily news, in the new york post. new york is now without its major daily newspapers. and there are some fears here that the strike could develop into a long one. while they argue the biggest newspaper in the biggest city in the country's the newsroom, published by the unification church. which is headed by the reverence some a moon, the korean evangelist. >> what the unions in the publishes are getting the impression that they are able to set that into a power struggle. both sides could be bluffing, but if they are not, the new york newspaper strike could be long bitter and expensive. >> today, more than 40 years later 1000 new york times employees walked off the job again. they have not had a working contract since march of 2021. negotiations over that contract between the papers management and the unions have broken down, primarily over disputes about pay, health care, and salary floors for the papers lowest paid employees. the ceo of the times read a memo last night rebutting some of the union's claims. she cited what she called the

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BBC News

health issues. u nfortu nately, unfortunately, the spasms affect every aspect of my daily life. sometimes, causing difficulties when i walk, and not allowing me to use my vocal cords to sing the way i am used to. pat cords to sing the way i am used to. �* ., , ., to. at the moment there is no cure for stiff-person - to. at the moment there is no | cure for stiff-person syndrome cure for stiff—person syndrome but there are treatments including antianxiety medications and muscle relaxants. not long to go before christmas, and that means that in the italian city of naples, the famous nativity figurines are once again on display. here they are, traditionally hand—carved and painted, with many of the characters you would associate with christmas, such as wise men and shepherds and a few you might not, like batman, thejoker and various politicians. according to tradition,

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BBC News

john lennon was shot at the entrance to the dakota building in the centre of new york. there's been a crowd here standing in more or less silent vigil and the flowers have been piling up. the 14th ceasefire of this war ended at the walls of the old city of dubrovnik. this morning, witnesses said shells were landing every 20 seconds. people are celebrating the passing of a man. they hold responsible for hundreds of deaths and oppression. - elsewhere. — people have been gathering to mourn his passing. imelda marcos, the widow of the former president of the philippines, has gone on trial in manila. she is facing seven charges of tax evasion, estimated at £120 million. she pleaded not guilty. the prince and princess of wales are to separate. a statement from buckingham palace said the decision had been reached amicably.

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