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        BBC在线收听下载:华为高管加拿大被捕 美国提前知情

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        BBC news with Jonathan Izard.

        There's been a renewed selloff on Wall Street with traders alarmed about the arrest in Canada of a senior executive from the Chinese technology firm Huawei. The US national security adviser John Bolton admitted that he had known the arrest in advance. He said Huawei was one company Washington suspected was being used as an arm of the Chinese government.

        Rwanda's high court has acquitted the political activist Diane Rwigara and her mother of charges of forgery and inciting insurrection. Miss Rwigara served more than a year in prison after being disqualified from running in presidential elections. She said the charges were politically motivated.

        The Hungarian National Association of Journalists says it will challenge the government in the constitutional court for establishing a pro-government media conglomerate, and for exempting it from scrutiny. The Central European Press and Media Foundation was established last month by the authorities who said it was in the national interest.

        The Eiffel Tower and a number of Paris museums and markets will be shut on Saturday amid fears of further street violence involving the “yellow vest” protest movement. The demonstrations began in protest of fueled tax rises, but have broadened amid anger about rising living costs.

        The Netherlands has ordered an investigation into illegal adoptions by Dutch couples of foreign children. It will focus first on the adoption of children from Brazil, but will also of the cases from Columbia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh over the 3 decades of the late 1990s.

        A leading human rights group says it has received credible reports that a 4th Saudi women’s rights activist has been tortured while in detention. Saudi Arabia denied earlier reports that 3 leading women activists detained this year have been assaulted and sexually harassed.

        Protests have been taken place in Bolivia in 8 of the country's 9 regional departmental capitals after the court ruled both the President Evo Morales and vice president would be allowed stand for office in primaries in January.


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