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Published on 2 Dec 2020, 14:42
Italy plans to roll out Pfizer's COVID vaccine for widespread use in the country starting in January. Also, dozens of gunmen in Brazil effectively took an entire city hostage overnight in a brazen bank robbery, and the U.N. announced it's signed a deal with Ethiopia to allow unimpeded humanitarian access to parts of the embattled Tigray region. CBS News foreign correspondent Chris Livesay joined CBSN AM with today's headlines from around the world.
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