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BBC新闻听力:特朗普支持者申请推翻宾州选举结果,被美高院驳回

时间:2020-12-10 09:15:00

Hello, I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News. The US Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit brought by allies of Donald Trump seeking to overturn the results of November's presidential election in Pennsylvania. The court didn't give any reasons for its decision. More from Peter Bowes. This is the latest but most significant ruling by US court rejecting Donald Trump's claims that there was massive voter fraud during the election. In the Pennsylvania case, the president's allies sought to disqualify more than 2.5 million postal ballots and requested a reversal of the state's certification of the election result. The Supreme Court rejected the appeal with none of its nine justices indicating a dissenting opinion.

The US President-elect Joe Biden has outlined his plans to come back to deepening to coronavirus health emergency, which is left record numbers of Americans dead or in hospital. Mr. Biden promised that in his first 100 days, 100 million Americans would be vaccinated. President Trump has signed an executive order to ensure that American citizens have first priority to receive vaccines developed in the US. He said mass distribution of the vaccines is to begin soon. We harnessed the full power of government, the genius of American scientists and the might of American industry to save millions and millions of lives all over the world. We're just days away from authorization from the FDA and we're pushing them hard, at which point we will immediately begin mass distribution. Leading aid agencies and human rights groups are calling on governments and pharmaceutical companies to do more to make sure that poorer countries have access to COVID-19 jabs. A coalition of charities and pressure groups say they are worried that nine out of ten people in less well off countries will miss out on the vaccine next year.

An American cyber security firm, which normally protects major companies from data theft, says it has itself been hacked. Gordon Corera has more details. FireEye normally spends its time protecting many of the world's biggest companies and investigating when they have their data stolen. But in a statement, the company's chief executive Kevin Mandia revealed that FireEye itself had been hacked by what he called a nation with top tier offensive capabilities. The attackers using techniques never seen before, stole the tools the company uses to test their customers vulnerabilities. He also said they sought to obtain information relating to the firm's government customers.

A European Champions League football match in France will have to be completed on Wednesday after both teams walked off the pitch, accusing a match official of racism. 14 minutes into the game, players from Paris Saint-Germain and Istanbul Basaksehir refused to continue. That investigation is on the way. World news from the BBC.

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