【视频新闻】BBC英语新闻1分钟2017.11.17(含文本)

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Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe has been holding talks with South African envoys and the country's army chief following the military takeover. Mr Mugabe, who is under house arrest, is said to be refusing to step down.

The UN Secretory General António Guterres has told BBC that he hopes there will be no bloodshed in Zimbabwe. He also said he considers Myanmar's Rohingya minority to be the most discriminated against people on earth.

In the United States, more women have accused the Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of molesting them when they were teenagers. As allegations against the Alabama judge mount, Mr Moore says that he won't drop out of the race.

And Russia could be barred from competing in the Winter Olympics in February after the World Anti-Doping Agency said the country hadn't done enough to address allegations of widespread cheating.

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