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News Headlines from the BBC Global News Podcast - Macron in Lebanon, Audi scandal in Germany, travel bubbles in Thailand, horse antibodies to treat COVID-19, beavers in England.
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This is the Global News Podcast from the BBC World Service. I'm Andrew Peach, and at 13 hours GMT on Thursday the 6th of August, these are our main stories.
President Macron of France flies into Beirut in a demonstration of support for the Lebanese people reeling from a massive explosion.
Three former Audi executives are charged with fraud over the Diesel-gate scandal in Germany.
Corona coronavirus spikes in the region have forced Thailand to delay plans to form quarantine-free travel bubbles important to its vital tourist industry.
Also in this podcast, tougher internal border restrictions are being introduced in Australia to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Scientists in Costa Rica are poised to begin trials of a serum taken from horses as a possible treatment for the disease. These are horse antibodies to neutralize the venom from poisonous snakes.
The first beavers to live naturally in the wild in England for over 400 years have been given the green light to stay.