Live: Olympic games or blame game?

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Beijing 2022 will be held in less than 70 days, which will be a whole different ball game from Beijing 2008, with its innovations and zero-carbon emission approach. As 3,000 athletes come together, what’s the safety bubble to protect them from Omicron? How feasible is the call by some media for unrestricted freedom and access to venues? And how did an empty speculation about a diplomatic boycott of the Games come to be taken as the truth? Join this week’s Headline Buster and become part of the conversation. #HeadlineBuster

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