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Here's How Fathers Should Deal With All The Allegations In A Child Custody Battle

Whenever a child custody matter goes to court, there is always the possibility that there will be false charges and allegations launched at the unsuspecting father. Many women in rage and despair will use this opportunity to cast a long, deadly sh...

Top School In Gurgaon | 2020 After Corona

For the very first time we have seen such a pandemic, and for the millennials it is one of the worst condition they have ever encounter. So in this situation schooling becomes tough and the classes are restricted to online only. There are many sch...

Searching For Best School In Gurgaon ? This Is For You!

The new session is started and there are parents still finding the best school for their children. It is a hard process and parents have to be very careful for choosing the school in which their child is going to spend his or her school life. So, ...

2020 Best School In Gurgaon

As the pandemic has slow down the things and it has affected the education sector too, so the sessions are running late and this year the results are declared late. In 2020 one of the best school in gurgaon is GD Goenka Signature School, Gurgaon. ...

How to Obtain Fair Holiday Visitation Right in Custody Matter

One of the most significant stressful elements of divorce is the separation from your kids. In most cases, the parent who pays the bulk of the child support is not the custodial parent. Also, this is the parent who does not usually get to see the ...

Zelenskyi confirms Fokin's participation in TCG

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi confirmed that Ukrainian First Prime Minister Vitold Fokin (1990-1992) will work in the Ukrainian delegation in the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on resolving the situation in Donbas.

Zelensky appoints notorious ex-interior ministry official deputy office chief.

The appointee will be responsible for law enforcement.

Zelensky appoints notorious figure as deputy head of his administration.

The appointee will be responsible for law enforcement.

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Zelensky's advisor submits resignation letter

Novikov did not disclose the reasons behind his step-down.

Zelensky's advisor submits resignation letter

Novikov did not disclose the reasons behind his step-down.

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Nova Scotia price markup for local wines to be phased out over 4 years.

The decision comes after an agreement between the governments of Canada and Australia.

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Humanitarian aid from top donors has dropped 30% amid coronavirus pandemic: analysis.

During the first five months of this year, overall aid commitments from the largest government donors were $16.9 billion, down from $23.9 billion in the same period last year, according to the new analysis.

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U.S. deficit reaches record high at $864 billion for June

That amount was also tied to the trillions of dollars Congress has provided to cushion the impact of the widespread shutdowns that occurred in an effort to limit the spread of the viral pandemic.

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Coronavirus: U.S. layoffs remain at high level amid spike in cases

More than 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment aid last week, a historically high pace that shows that many employers are still laying people off amid the pandemic.

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Kyiv reports 180 new coronavirus cases

The total number of coronavirus cases in Kyiv city reached 8,992.

Ukraine reports another record spike in COVID-19 cases on Aug 6.

In total, 76,808 COVID-19 cases have already been detected in Ukraine.

Ukraine reports another record spike in COVID-19 cases on Aug 6.

In total, 76,808 COVID-19 cases have already been detected in Ukraine.

FC Shakhtar through to UEFA Europa League quarterfinals after dominating VfL Wolfsburg.

The team will face either Basel or Eintracht .

Ukraine reports 1,318 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours.

Ukraine has reported 76,808 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases as of August 6, including 1,318 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours, according to data provided by the coronavirus epidemic monitoring system of the National Security and Defens...

Shakhtar defeats Wolfsburg to reach Europa League quarterfinals.

Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk has defeated Germany's Wolfsburg 3-0 to reach the quarterfinals of the UEFA Europa League.

Dallas, Vegas NHL players kneel during anthems as protests gain momentum.

Minnesota Wild defenceman Matt Dumba says he will continue to publicly protest racial injustice as the NHL returns to action in the hub cities of Edmonton and Toronto. On Monday, he was not alone.

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Anderlecht signs Ukrainian Mykhaylichenko

Belgian football club Anderlecht (RSCA) has signed Ukrainian defender Bogdan Mykhaylichenko, according to the club's official website.

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New York Mets say Yoenis Cespedes absent from ballpark, club unable to locate him.

New York Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes was not with the team for Sunday's game at Atlanta and the club said it hadn't been able to locate him.

Toronto Raptors kneel for anthems ahead of 1st real game after COVID-19 break.

Linking arms in a line behind the words "Black Lives Matter" on the court, the Raptors and Los Angeles Lakers kneeled for The Star-Spangled Banner and O Canada.

Canadian troops forced to hitch ride with British military to and from Latvia .

Canada has 540 troops in Latvia, where they form the core of a 1,500-strong multinational battlegroup established by NATO three years ago.

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34 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ukrainian army over past day.

The Ukrainian army has confirmed 34 new coronavirus cases over the past day, bringing the total number to 265, according to the press service of the Medical Forces Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

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Kyiv observes 180 new cases of Covid-19 in 24hrs

Over the last 24 hours, 180 new cases of the coronavirus infection have been recorded in Kyiv.

Ukraine reports 1,318 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours.

Ukraine has reported 76,808 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases as of August 6, including 1,318 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours, according to data provided by the coronavirus epidemic monitoring system of the National Security and Defens...

Scotland reimposes coronavirus lockdown in Aberdeen after ‘cluster’ of new cases.

Officials in Scotland ordered bars, cafes and restaurants in the city of Aberdeen to close Wednesday, reimposing anti-virus restrictions after a cluster of 54 COVID-19 cases in the area was linked to a single bar.

Test results ‘inconclusive’ for North Korea’s 1st suspected coronavirus case: WHO.

On July 26 North Korea said it had declared a state of emergency and locked down the border city of Kaesong after a person who defected to South Korea three years ago returned across the fortified border with what state media said were symptoms of...

Porn, rap, interrupts online hearing of teen suspected of hacking famous Twitters users.

The interruptions — including one by a user who shared a screen and took over the hearing with a porn video — forced Hillsborough County Judge Christopher C. Nash to temporarily halt the session for Graham Ivan Clark, 17.

SpaceX Mars test rocket makes successful upright landing: ‘Mars is looking real’.

SpaceX founder and chief executive Elon Musk said several more short hops are planned before a test version of Starship aims for a high altitude.

Facebook launches TikTok rival as Trump threatens to ban Chinese-owned app.

Facebook's Instagram is launching its answer to the hit short video app TikTok — Instagram Reels.

Moosehead, MEC ditching Facebook ads for good after boycott.

Participating companies in the July boycott said the action was in response to Facebook's refusal to deal with the spread of hateful content on its platform.

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Early Mars was covered in ice rather than warm, free-flowing rivers, new study shows.

The study's findings also provide an answer to a key question of how the planet's valleys formed 3.8 billion years ago, despite the sun being weaker and Mars being at a greater distance from the sun than Earth.

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Agricultural trade between Ukraine and EU decreased by 5.

In January-June 2020, the volume of agricultural trade between Ukraine and the European Union decreased by 5.1% to USD 4.6 billion.

Lukashenko instructs to invite prosecutors general of Russia, Ukraine for proceedings with 'Wagner members' detained in Belarus.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has ordered that the prosecutors general of Russia and Ukraine be invited to Belarus to investigate the case of detained Russian citizens allegedly serving as members of the Wagner private military company.

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Nominee to be US ambassador to Ukraine pledges to counter Russian malign influence.

Nominee to be US ambassador to Ukraine Keith Dayton pledges to counter Russian malign influence if his nomination is confirmed.

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Nominee for U.S. ambassador to Ukraine names number of Russian military in Donbas

There are about 2,300 Russian military personnel in the occupied territories of Donbas, says Keith W. Dayton, nominee to be U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine.

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Donbas truce: Ukraine reports enemy provocation on contact line.

No casualties were reported in the past day.

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U.S. Accuses Russia Of Complex Online Disinformation, Propaganda Operation

The United States has accused Russia of developing a sophisticated “ecosystem” to spread disinformation and propaganda about the coronavirus and other issues.

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Russia Says Fighter Intercepted U.S. Surveillance Planes Over Black Sea

Russia says a fighter jet intercepted two U.S. military surveillance planes in the Black Sea -- the latest in a series of midair encounters between U.S., NATO, and Russian forces.

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Moscow Threatens 'Sad Consequences' After Belarus Arrests Russian Mercenaries Near Minsk.

Russia has issued a thinly veiled threat against Belarus over the detention of 33 Russian mercenaries who were arrested at gunpoint near the capital, Minsk, last week.

COVID-19: 10 Million Afghans Estimated To Have Contracted Virus; Russian Regional Leader Tests Positive.

Here's a roundup of COVID-19 developments in RFE/RL's broadcast regions.

Ex-U.S. Marine Whelan Arrives At Penal Colony In Russia's Mordovia Region

Former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan, sentenced by a Russian court to 16 years on espionage charges that he rejects, has arrived at a penal colony in the region of Mordovia -- an area historically known as the location of Russia's toughest prisons, incl...

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Russia setting up military bases in Africa – German intel report.

The Kremlin assists authoritarian regimes which suppress own populations.

Castle, Where Queen Spent Lockdown, To Be Opened To Public After 40 years.

Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, is to open its East Terrace Garden to the public for the first time in more than 40 years.

Canadian Sentenced To Death In China For Drug Charge.

A Chinese court sentenced a Canadian national to death on Thursday in a ruling that could further inflame tensions between China and Canada.

‘I am in my home with my kids’: Asia Bibi speaks out about her new life in Canada.

After Bibi's acquittal, thousands of Islamic extremists took to the streets in protest, threatening to kill her. Bibi had to be placed in protective custody until Canada offered to help.

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Trump's China Trade Deal Is «Failing» Badly, Says Joe Biden.

US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Wednesday ratcheted up the rhetoric on President Donald Trump's handling of the country's increasingly tense relationship with China, saying the...

Agricultural trade between Ukraine and EU decreased by 5.

In January-June 2020, the volume of agricultural trade between Ukraine and the European Union decreased by 5.1% to USD 4.6 billion.

Shock explosion in Beirut shows how the unpredictable will challenge Europe.

Europe Letter: Europe faces instability on its borders as regional rivalries focus on Libya

Europe braces for Covid-19 wave as Spain records 8,500 new cases over weekend.

Record rise in Polish cases as Netherlands sees large number of under-60s hospitalised

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MFA Ukraine asks EU to expand Russia sanctions

The foreign minister paid special attention to the threats to European security posed by Russia's large-scale militarization of Crimea and the Black Sea region.

European Union hits Chinese, Russian hackers with first-ever cyberattack sanctions.

The sanctions are the first ever imposed over cybercrime by the European economic bloc.

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