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A to Z of Divorce and Its Financial Affects

You may have discussed with the marriage counseling to help maintain the nuptial knot, but nothing seems to solve the problem. Divorce only looks inevitable. So now, finally, you and your spouse are discussing its possibility.Like for anything, pl...

Do fathers have a Chance of Winning Child Custody in Unmarried Couples?

People who remain committed to one another without being married can have kids with each other. This is not an unusual occurrence. It does, though, complicate matters when a couple decides to separate if there are kids involved. Unlike normal rela...

Awesome Tips to Help You Find the Best Child Custody Attorney at Reasonable and Affordable Cost

Are you going to face a child custody case? If you are, you need to ask yourself what you should do to win your custody battle, and do you need to find a child custody lawyer right now? Most well-wishers will advise you to find a child custody att...

Here’s Quick Way to Solve the Riddle of Child Support Payment

Recognizing the rules on child support in your state is important for families seeking support costs. Payments are determined by taking into account a variety of considerations, but essentially the court gets a definitive say in how much each need...

In Child Custody Cases Can the Child Chose Their Desired Custody?

Child custody is a sensitive matter when parents are separated. Court rulings on this subject will have a direct effect on the child as most children typically want joint child custody because they wish to have the same amount of time with both pa...

Trump wants G7 summit delayed, says group needs new members.

The G7 members are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

U.S. move to end trading privileges for Hong Kong ‘doomed to fail,’ China says

The mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party said U.S. moves to end some trading privileges for Hong Kong ``grossly interfere'' in China's internal affairs and are ``doomed to fail.''

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Ukraine, Hungary seek to overcome impasse over language law impeding NATO initiatives – media.

The May 29 trip to Budapest is Kuleba's first non-virtual visit as foreign minister since the introduction of restrictive measures to slow down the coronavirus pandemic.

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U.S., Britain anger China at UN meeting after raising concerns on Hong Kong

China and Russia retaliated by criticizing the Unites States for excessive use of force against Black people.

Two heavy bombers of U.S. Air Force fly over Ukraine in integration with Ukrainian fighter jets

The flight also included integration and interoperability training with Polish F-16s and MiG-29s and Romanian F-16s and MiG-21s.

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U.S. weekly jobless claims stay above 2 million despite reopenings

Analysts are watching the jobless claims data for signs of how fast — or slow — the recovery will be.

Coronavirus: What does Banff look like without international tourism?.

Banff, as a town, was created to serve tourists visiting the national park. So, what happens when a global pandemic restricts the 50 per cent of its visitors coming from outside Canada?

U.S. billionaires richer by $434 billion since coronavirus pandemic began: report

Nearly 39 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the same time period.

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Coronavirus: Lufthansa to resume some flights to Toronto in June.

Lufthansa, its German flag carrier, will restore services from Frankfurt.

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Chinese investment in U.S. falls to lowest level in 10 years, analysts say

The analysis attributed the investment slowdown to Chinese restrictions on outbound capital, more regulatory oversight in the United States, slower Chinese economic growth, and rising tensions between the two nations.

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Number of detainees in Brovary shootout incident grows to 30: Interior Ministry.

Eleven have been remanded in custody for two months.

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Ukrainian serviceman reportedly abducted near border with Russia-occupied Crimea.

Evidence of a fight with unidentified persons was found not far from the observation post.

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Coronavirus in Ukraine: Twelve patients die in Ukraine in past day.

Ukraine's NSDC updates on COVID-19 / Photo from UNIANTwelve coronavirus patients died in Ukraine in the past day, bringing the overall death toll to 708.As of 09:00 Kyiv time on May...

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AP: Ukraine's soccer restart disrupted by positive tests.

The league said players and staff from last-placed Karpaty Lviv had tested positive ahead of Sunday's match against Mariupol.

Ukraine reports 20 new COVID-19 cases in its armed forces as of May 30.

Some 452 servicemen are now isolated (including self-isolation).

Coronavirus: NHL to abandon regular season, go to new playoff format if play resumes.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said the decision is not a guarantee that games are coming back.

Coronavirus: NBA in talks with Disney to resume season at site in Florida.

An NBA spokesman said the conversations were still ``exploratory,'' and that the Disney site would be used for practices and housing as well.

No physical distancing needed on flights, but ban washroom lineups: airline trade group.

The trade association for the world's major airlines is proposing a range of measures aimed at relaunching the global air travel industry that run counter to the established policies of Canadian airlines and the federal government.

Pilot in Kobe Bryant crash had no alcohol, drugs in system: autopsy.

The Los Angeles County coroner’s office provide a clinical but unvarnished look at just how brutal the crash was, describing broken bones, dismembered body parts and a stench of fuel on what remained of clothing that burned.

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Tokyo Olympics ‘may not be conventional’ after COVID-19 delay, organizer says.

Organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said Friday he still could not give an estimate of how much the one-year delay will cost.

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Coronavirus: Europe’s first ‘travel bubble’ is between Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia.

A dozen Estonian border guards removed all signs directing vehicles to stop at the border and huddled together at the roadside for cake and coffee.

Officials worry George Floyd protests could cause new coronavirus outbreaks.

Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at gatherings with people packed cheek to jowl and cheering and jeering, many without masks.

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Russia to start coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks, health minister says.

Russia has the world's third-highest toll of coronavirus infections after the United States and Brazil, and Kremlin officials have said the nation's researchers are working on almost 50 different vaccine projects.

Coronavirus: Trump’s WHO funding cut draws criticism as COVID-19 spreads.

Trump on Friday charged that the WHO didn't respond adequately to the coroanvirus pandemic, accusing the U.N. agency of being under China's ``total control.''

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St. Albert woman stuck in Peru calls on government for help getting home

A St. Albert woman stuck in Peru since early March says she fears for her life due to COVID-19 conditions in that country. She is pleading with the federal government for help.

Alberta outfitters decimated by COVID-19 restrictions, cost tourism industry billions.

Tourism around the world has been hit hard by COVID-19 and Alberta is no exception. However, certain segments of the industry, like outfitters, who which rely on international visitors, are struggling even more.

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Russia to start coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks, health minister says.

Russia has the world's third-highest toll of coronavirus infections after the United States and Brazil, and Kremlin officials have said the nation's researchers are working on almost 50 different vaccine projects.

Trump signs executive order on social media following spat with Twitter.

Angered by Twitter's decision to place fact-check flags on two of his recent tweets, Trump signed an executive order Thursday authorizing a review of Section 230 of the U.S. Communications Decency Act.

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Coronavirus risk hasn’t changed space training much, Canadian astronauts say.

Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen said there is no such thing as a "risk-free launch," but COVID-19 hasn't greatly affected the way astronauts gear up for space exploration.

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NASA astronauts to take flight in historic SpaceX launch.

The space agency said in a statement on Friday NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will fly aboard NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 test flight to and from the International Space Station (ISS) at 4:33 p.m. ET.

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Twitter flags Trump’s tweets with its fact-check label for the first time.

Twitter spokesperson Katie Rosborough said in a statement to Global News that his tweets contained "potentially misleading information about voting processes."

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Coronavirus in Kyiv: 81 new cases registered in past day.

Eleven of them are healthcare workers.

Coronavirus in Ukraine: Twelve patients die in Ukraine in past day.

Ukraine's NSDC updates on COVID-19 / Photo from UNIANTwelve coronavirus patients died in Ukraine in the past day, bringing the overall death toll to 708.As of 09:00 Kyiv time on May...

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Kyiv mayor reports 55 new COVID-19 cases, one fatality in past day.

Forty people recovered from the disease in the past day.

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Pandemic will not affect 'visa-free' regime between Ukraine and EU – EC official.

The COVID-19 pandemic does not automatically affect the visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union, Deputy Director General of the European Commission for European Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations Katarina Mathernova has stated.

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Some 393 new COVID-19 cases, 17 die, 377 recover in Ukraine over past day.

Some 393 new cases of COVID-19 coronavirus disease were recorded in Ukraine over the past day as of Saturday morning, 17 people from the number of previously sick died, 377 recovered.

Russia to start coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks, health minister says.

Russia has the world's third-highest toll of coronavirus infections after the United States and Brazil, and Kremlin officials have said the nation's researchers are working on almost 50 different vaccine projects.

Britain, France, Germany 'Regret' U.S. Decision To End Sanctions Waivers On Iran’s Nuclear Program

Britain, France, and Germany have criticized a decision by the United States to end sanctions waivers for companies from countries that remain in the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

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U.S. Republican Senators Release Transcripts Of Flynn's Calls With Russian Diplomat

Transcripts of phone calls that were pivotal to the U.S. investigation of Russia's 2016 election interference have been declassified and released by Republican senators.

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U.S. General Says Russian Aircraft Flown To Libya Are Linked To Moscow's Pursuit Of Foothold In Region

The U.S. military’s Africa Command (AFRICOM) has rejected Russia’s claim that Moscow did not deploy fighter jets to Libya, saying on May 29 that the aircraft reflect Russia's goal to establish a foothold in the oil-rich country.

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Dozens Held In Moscow, St. Petersburg For Protesting Journalist's Arrest

Police in Moscow detained 32 people, including a State Duma member, several municipal lawmakers, and journalists who came out to protest against the jailing of prominent Russian journalist Ilya Azar, an independent political watchdog says.

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Flight Free 2020: Climate action group never wanted to succeed this way.

Flight Free UK wanted to 100,000 Britons to pledge not to fly in 2020. Then came COVID-19, and now the air travel industry is on its knees.

George Floyd protesters target Confederate monuments in multiple U.

Protesters demonstrating against the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed Black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer pressed his knee on his neck, targeted Confederate monuments in multiple cities.

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Officials worry George Floyd protests could cause new coronavirus outbreaks.

Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at gatherings with people packed cheek to jowl and cheering and jeering, many without masks.

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‘We’re sick of it’: Anger over George Floyd’s death shatters dozens of U.

Another night of unrest in every corner of the country left charred and shattered landscapes in dozens of American cities Sunday as years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in ex...

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Amazon Removes Racist Messages From Apple AirPods' Listings On UK Website.

Amazon.com Inc said it was removing certain images after messages using extremely strong racist abuse appeared on some listings on its UK website when users searched for Apple's AirPods and other...

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Pandemic will not affect 'visa-free' regime between Ukraine and EU – EC official.

The COVID-19 pandemic does not automatically affect the visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union, Deputy Director General of the European Commission for European Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations Katarina Mathernova has stated.

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Coronavirus: France adds new cases, clusters as reopening plans announced.

The country's national health agency clarified Friday that the surprising new figures were the result of a new accounting method, and not linked to a much-feared second wave of the virus.

Hamstrung EU expresses concern over Hong Kong and China.

EU stops short of action as Beijing tightens power grip over city to US condemnation

Zelenskyi thanks EU for disbursement of EUR 500 mln loan to Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has thanked the European Union and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen for the decision to provide Ukraine with the second tranche of the fourth macro-financial assistance (MFA) program...

Europe fraying under economic strain from COVID-19 as cases rise in Africa, France.

Strong safety-net programs in many European countries are underwriting the wages of millions of workers and keeping them on the payroll instead of adding them to the ranks of the unemployed. But the limits are starting to show.

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