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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: Questions demanded from the BBC over Diana interview” – below is their description.
On Sky News Breakfast with Gillian Joseph:
– Broadcast regulator Ofcom says it will hold talks with the BBC, as MP question why Martin Bashir was later rehired by the corporation,
– President Joe Biden says that ‘the two state solution’ remains the only answer to peace and security in Israel,
– Sky News gain access to the Gaza strip to survey the severely damaged enclave.Sky News YouTube Channel
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In This Story: Israel
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