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Six In The Morning Monday 18 September 2023

The nightmare is over’: Americans freed by Iran in prisoner swap By Lyse Doucet Chief international correspondent @bbclysedoucet Five Americans jailed for years in Iran and widely regarded as hostages are on their way home to the United States. The last pieces in a controversial swap mediated by Qatar fell into place when $6bn (£4.8bn) of …

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Six In The Morning Sunday 17 September 2023

Halliburton equipment worth $7.1m exported to Russia in past year, customs records show Exclusive: US oil multinationals face questions over trade with Russia amid pressure to cease operations Daniel Boffey Chief reporter Sun 17 Sep 2023 14.37 BST US oil and gas multinationals are facing fresh questions over their trade with Russia after customs records revealed that …

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Late Night Music: Cordell Jackson “The Split”

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Six In The Morning Saturday 16 September 2023

Russell Brand accused of sexual assault by four women By Steven McIntosh BBC News Comedian and actor Russell Brand has been accused of rape, sexual assaults and emotional abuse during a seven-year period at the height of his fame. The allegations were made as part of a joint investigation by the Sunday Times and Channel 4 Dispatches. Four …

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Six In The Morning Friday 15 September 2023

  ‘Utter destruction:’ Derna left like a war zone by Libya’s catastrophic flooding By Jomana Karadsheh, CNN Updated 8:54 AM EDT, Fri September 15, 2023 Driving into Derna in the early hours was like arriving in a ghost town. The city, decimated by flash floods that tore through homes and streets earlier this week, was eerily quiet. Even at night, damage …

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Six In The Morning Thursday 14 September 2023

‘An unimaginable scene’: Survivors describe Libya floods By Joel Gunter BBC News The first sign that something was wrong was the sound of the dogs barking. It was 2.30am and dark outside. When Husam Abdelgawi, a 31-year-old accountant in the Libyan city of Derna, got up and went sleepily downstairs to check on them, he felt …

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Six In The Morning Wednesday 13 September 2023

  Derna: Flood-hit Libyan city living through ‘doomsday’ By Matt Murphy BBC News People in the flood-hit city of Derna are living through “doomsday”, a Libyan reporter has told the BBC. More than 5,300 people died after floods burst two dams in the eastern city and swept away homes. Speaking to the BBC’s Today programme, Johr …

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