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sorry to have like this. most of the time he'd actually already been trying to. see you and temple. question cultural heritage foundation. police treasure trove our 2 part. starts june 21st on d w. the u.s. and britain are blaming iran for attacks on thursday that hit 2 oil tankers in the gulf of oman the crews have been rescued from the vessels which are owned by japan and norway tehran has rejected the accusations of involvement the incident comes amid growing tensions between the u.s. and iran. white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders is set to leave her
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job at the end of the month u.s. president donald trump announced the news on twitter and thanked her for her service he has yet to name sanders replacement. at least 3 people have died in uganda for me bola including 2 children the virus has spread from neighboring democratic republic of congo where some 1400 people have died since august the world health organization is due to decide whether to declare the current outbreak a global emergency. the suspect in the new zealand mosque shootings has pleaded not guilty on all charges against him the 28 year old australian was charged last month with terrorism and dozens of counts of murder $51.00 people were killed in the attacks in march 2 mosques in christ church.
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oil markets are in turmoil after the 2 tankers were attacked close to the strait of hormuz soaping fears of growing risk around a vital shipping lane for global oil supply is. also on the show a pivot away from fossil fuels could see norway's software and wealth fund dropping big names from its portfolio. and we tell you why turkey still takes plastic waste imports at a time where other countries are rejecting them. this is v.w. business. and in berlin welcome we start with the latest escalations in the straits of hormuz where 2 oil tankers were attacked earlier on thursday or oil prices spiked in the aftermath with brant crude hitting over $62.00 a barrel immediately after news of the incident broke the strait of hormuz.

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