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U.K. doctors to trial ibuprofen in coronavirus patients with severe symptoms

The trial involves a particular formulation of ibuprofen, which researchers said had been shown to be more effective than standard ibuprofen for treating severe acute respiratory distress syndrome, a complication of COVID-19.

Parliament passes bill on inventory of Ukrainian forests.

The last time the government did an inventory was in 2011.

Ukraine's parliament passes bill on inventory of Ukrainian forests.

Last time an inventory of forests was carried out in Ukraine in 2011.

Journalists, NGOs Urge Tajik Government To 'Thoroughly' Investigate Journalist's Beatings.

Fifteen nongovernmental organizations in Tajikistan, along with several noted journalists, have urged officials to "thoroughly" investigate the recent beatings of a journalist working for independent Asia Plus news agency.

‘We’ve been oppressed for over 400 years; We should not still be fighting for this’.

In Columbus, Ohio, anger over police treatment of African-Americans is simmering

Trump to bar Chinese passenger airlines from flying to U.

The move, set to be announced on Wednesday, penalizes China after Beijing failed to comply with an existing agreement on flights between the world's two largest economies.

Agri-exports from Ukraine up 2% in Jan-May

Grains, oils, and processed products traditionally prevail in the county's export structure.

Trump says it’s ‘common sense’ for Putin to be invited to G7 meetings.

Trump over the weekend had raised the prospect of expanding the G7 to once again include Russia.

Court orders South Africa to amend its coronavirus lockdown regulations.

Pretoria high court judge rules that an ‘overwhelming number’ of lockdown restrictions are unconstitutional and invalid

Zelensky ready to protect agricultural companies' long-term farmland lease agreements.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has expressed readiness to protect long-term farmland lease agreements of agricultural companies, including foreign ones.

US To Suspend Flights By Chinese Airlines From June 16.

The United States on Tuesday ordered the suspension of all flights by Chinese airlines into and out of the country after Beijing failed to allow American carriers to resume service to China.

Ukraine receives humanitarian aid from South Korea to counter COVID-19.

Ukraine has received humanitarian aid from the Republic of Korea in the form of 20,000 coronavirus test kits.

Zelensky: We'll have deputy prime minister for defense industry, industrial policy, Nemylostyvy is one of candidates.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has said that a post of deputy prime minister for defense industry and industrial policy will appear in the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine soon.

Presidential Chief of Staff Yermak: Ukraine unhappy with slow Minsk talks.

In Berlin, particular attention was paid to joint efforts to achieve peace in eastern Ukraine.

PM Shmyhal: Ukraine expects IMF to make decision on tranche by June 10.

Ukraine expects the IMF to make decision on the first tranche of the agreed stand-by arrangement by June 10.

Iranian Leader Accuses U.S. Of Duplicity In Wake Of Floyd’s Killing

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has accused the United States of duplicity in the wake of the death of an unarmed African-America in police custody in Minnesota.

Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, Juan Guaido Agree To Cooperate In Virus Fight.

The government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido have reached an agreement to cooperate to raise funds for the fight against the coronavirus, they said Tuesday.

Number of cyber attacks on Ukraine's government agencies grows by 56% within week.

The vast majority of DDoS attacks targeted the websites of the Ukrainian President's Office.

Boris Johnson Condemns George Floyd Killing, Calls For «Lawful» Protests.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday condemned the killing of George Floyd by police in the United States but declined to say whether he had spoken about the issue with key ally Donald...

'Case about 43 paintings' was opened based on publication – Poroshenko's lawyer.

KYIV. June 3 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Illia Novikov, a lawyer for former Ukrainian President and European Solidarity Party leader Petro Poroshenko, has said criminal proceedings on the illegal movement of paintings were opened on the basis of a report...

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Ukraine's PM submits new nominations to Cabinet posts – Razumkov.

Lawmakers may endorse the candidates at a parliamentary meeting on Thursday.

IMF to decide on tranche for Ukraine by June 10 – PM Shmyhal.

Shmyhal listed the benchmarks of the new SBA between Ukraine and the Fund.

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Johnson defends coronavirus response as UK’s death toll passes 50,000.

PM defends NHS England’s test and trace system but promises to increase speed of results

Kyiv mayor reports 62 new COVID-19 cases in past day.

Thirty-eight people recovered from the disease in the past 24 hours

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