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내용 보기 For a long time, there have been only two contraceptive solutions which rely directly on men. They can either wear a condom, or have sterilising surgery called a vasectomy to cut or seal the two tubes that carry sperm to the penis. A male birth control pill and a contraceptive gel are still in the works. But India says it is going to launch the world's first male birth control injection soon. Will this be the male contraceptive that succeeds? Invented by Sujoy Guha, a maverick 78-year-old Delhi-based biomedical engineer, the drug is a single preloaded syringe shot into the tubes carrying sperm from the testicle to the penis, under local anaesthesia. The non-hormonal, long-acting contraceptive, researchers claim, will be effective for 13 years. NEW I**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Responding to the performances of Mr Corbyn and Mr Johnson, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon tweeted: "That was utterly woeful. Two uninspiring men, both of them unsuited to be PM." Meanwhile, Amelia Womack, of the Green Party, told the BBC: "I find it frustrating, as a younger woman, that we weren't discussing things that are relevant to my generation - whether that's house prices, rental prices, freedom of movement across Europe, or even zero-hour contracts." Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts said the debate felt like a "shoddy end-of-term pantomime", and said both men displayed a "lack of honesty". NEW M**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 In a campaign where both parties have sought to repeatedly talk about their key themes, tonight did not diverge radically from the script. Boris Johnson came under pressure on the issue of trust - and whether his Brexit plan would mean checks between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Jeremy Corbyn was once again pressed on his failure to pick a side on Brexit - and questioned on why Europe would offer Labour a new deal when so many frontbenchers back Remain. Both men landed punches. But none of them were critical. And given that polls suggest the Conservatives are ahead in the polls - that might suit Boris Johnson more than Jeremy Corbyn. NEW J**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 The prime minister and Mr Corbyn were also asked about security - an issue that has risen to prominence since the London Bridge attack on 29 November. Both candidates were asked by an audience member if they would prioritise the safety of citizens over human rights. Mr Corbyn said the choice was "not an either/or". He added the UK could not have security "on the cheap", and so Labour would "back the police up" with an increase in officer numbers. When it came to his turn, Mr Johnson referred to the London Bridge attack, and said it was "extraordinary and wrong" that the attacker was given automatic early release from prison after an earlier terrorism conviction. NEW c**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Like Brexit, the NHS has featured heavily in the campaign so far - and Friday's debate was no different. Faith, a student nurse in the audience, asked how each leader would deal with a shortage of NHS nurses. The Conservative leader said a government run by him would "encourage nurses overseas to come" to the UK "by shortening the time for their visa applications" and by reintroducing bursaries for training. Mr Corbyn described the NHS as at "breaking point", adding that, under a Labour government, "£40bn in total would go into the NHS in order to fund it properly". The Labour leader also repeated one of his main attack lines of the campaign - that a Tory government would allow the NHS to form part of a future trade deal with the US. However, Mr Johnson described that claim as "Bermuda Triangle stuff". NEW F**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit in the final head-to-head debate before the 12 December election. During the live debate, Mr Corbyn said Labour would bring Brexit "to an end" by negotiating a new deal and putting it back to the public in a referendum, alongside a Remain option. Mr Johnson said he had "a wonderful deal", and would use it to take the UK out of the EU on 31 January. Other topics covered included the NHS, security and Northern Ireland. NEW B**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Coming into the event, Labour and the Conservatives had spent the day arguing over how Mr Johnson's Brexit deal might affect Northern Ireland. Labour said a leaked document showed Mr Johnson's agreement would have a "devastating" impact on Northern Ireland. When the subject arose in the debate, Mr Corbyn said of his rival: "He spoke at a DUP conference and said there would be no [trade] restrictions [after Brexit] whatsoever, we now know there are restrictions." But Mr Johnson was met with applause from the audience when he said he found it "slightly curious" to be lectured about the union by Mr Corbyn, referring to the Labour leader's past support for those who want to see a united Ireland. NEW L**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Early on in the debate - hosted by Today presenter Nick Robinson - the Labour leader said he would negotiate a new withdrawal agreement with the EU within three months before putting it to a final say referendum - alongside Remain - within six months. The prime minister countered by saying he already had a withdrawal agreement in place, and would use it to leave the EU next month if he won a working majority in Parliament. But Nick Robinson challenged Mr Johnson, pointing out that while he had a withdrawal deal in place, he did not have a trade deal with the EU, and so could not rule out a no-deal exit in January 2021. NEW p**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 The victim left home on her motorbike at about 18:00 local time (12:30 GMT) 10 days ago to go to a doctor's appointment. She called family later to say she had a flat tyre, and a lorry driver had offered to help. She said she was waiting near a toll plaza. Efforts to contact her afterwards were unsuccessful, and her body was discovered under a flyover last Thursday. Last week, three police officers were suspended when the victim's family accused them of not acting quickly enough when the woman was reported missing. NEW v**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 BBC Telugu's Deepthi Bathini visited the family in their home, where neighbours could be seen celebrating the news by setting off firecrackers and distributing sweets. "I can't put it into words. I felt happiness but also grief because my daughter will never come home," the victim's mother said. "My daughter's soul is at peace now. Justice has been done. I never thought we would get justice. No other girl should experience what my daughter did." NEW a**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Prakash Singh, a retired police officer and a key architect of police reforms, told the BBC the killings were "entirely avoidable". "Abundant caution should be taken when people in custody are being taken to the court or the scene of the crime," he said. "They should be secured, handcuffed and properly searched before they are taken out. All kinds of things can happen if the police are not careful." But Mr Singh said it was too early to say if the incident was an extrajudicial killing - known popularly in India as an "encounter killing". NEW P**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 News of the police action has been widely celebrated on social media. Many took to Twitter and Facebook to applaud the police, saying they had "delivered justice". The mother of a student who died after being gang-raped on a bus in capital Delhi in 2012 also hailed the killing. "I am extremely happy with this punishment. Police have done a great job," she told ANI news agency. BBC Telugu reporter Satish Balla, reporting from the scene of the killings, said approximately 2,000 people had gathered, causing a huge traffic jam. Police were showered with rose petals. NEW a**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 "Although the officers maintained restraint and asked them to surrender, they continued to fire and attack us. This went on for 15 minutes. We retaliated and four accused got killed." Two officers suffered head injuries but these were not caused by bullets, he added. The two police officers were admitted to hospital, he said "Let me tell you this. The law has taken its own course," he added. The police were heavily criticised after the rape and murder of the vet - particularly when the victim's family accused them of inaction for two hours. NEW o**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Ten armed policemen took the four suspects - who were not handcuffed - to the scene of the crime to reconstruct the incident early on Friday, said VC Sajjanar, police commissioner of the Hyderabad suburb of Cyberabad. The toll plaza where the rape and murder took place is close to the suburb, which houses a number of global tech companies like Microsoft and Google. The police were looking for the victim's phone, power bank and watch which were reported missing, the police commissioner said. "The four men got together and started to attack the officers with stones and sticks and also snatched away weapons from two officers and started firing," the commissioner said, in response to questions about why the men had been killed. NEW S**** 0 0 5점
내용 보기 Indian police have shot dead four men suspected of raping and killing a young female vet in Hyderabad last week. The men were in police detention and were taken back to the scene of the crime in the early hours of Friday. The suspects were shot when they tried to steal the officers' guns and escape, police told BBC Telugu. NEW I**** 0 0 5점

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