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More than 100,000 Americans have died due to the coronavirus.

As of May 27, there are more than 5.6 million cases of the coronavirus around the world, and more than 353,000 deaths. Almost 1.7 million cases have been recorded in the U.S.

Reuters: Weather postpones SpaceX's first astronaut launch from Florida.

The next launch window is set for Saturday afternoon.

US passes 100,000 Covid-19 deaths as country begins to reopen.

American cases of coronavirus exceed 1.7 million as global number reaches 5.5 million

Foreign intelligence targeting Canada’s COVID-19 research and supply chains: report.

Cyber spies are targeting Canada's COVID-19 research, a report says.

Johnson wriggles out of Cummings questions with plea to ‘move on’.

Prime minister urges Commons liaison committee to ‘focus on the next steps’

SBI summons Poroshenko for questioning on May 29 in two cases.

The second case concerns his phone talks with the then U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.

After Meng Wanzhou case ruling, Michael Kovrig’s boss urges China not to harm detainees.

The head of the International Crisis Group tells The Canadian Press that China should still release Kovrig and Michael Spavor, after a B.C. judge ruled against Meng Wanzhou.

US Ends Sanction Waivers For Nations In Iran Nuclear Deal.

The United States on Wednesday ended waivers in its sanctions for nations that remain in the Iran nuclear accord, bringing the deal further to the brink of collapse.

SpaceX Crewed Mission Postponed Due To Bad Weather Just Before Launch.

SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station was postponed Wednesday due to poor weather with around 20 minutes to go until takeoff.

Elon Musk rocket launch postponed due to bad weather.

Countdown halted less than 17 minutes before Falcon 9 due to lift off from Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX rocket launch postponed due to bad weather

Countdown halted less than 17 minutes before Falcon 9 due to lift off from Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX Crewed Mission Postponed Due To Bad Weather Just Before Launch.

SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station was postponed Wednesday due to poor weather with around 20 minutes to go until takeoff.

Johnson rules out inquiry into lockdown breaches by Cummings.

Number of Conservative MPs calling publicly for PM’s chief adviser to be sacked reaches 44

France bans use of hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19.

Drug promoted by Trump banned following study finding links with higher mortality rate

Emily Maitlis replaced as Newsnight episode host following Cummings monologue.

BBC said presenter breached impartiality rules with remarks on Tuesday night

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Emily Maitlis replaced as Newsnight host following Cummings monologue.

BBC said presenter breached impartiality rules with remarks on Tuesday night

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Number of Ukrainian border guards with COVID-19 grows to 43.

Two new cases were reported on May 26.

U.S. Releases More Details About MiG-29s, Su-24s It Says Were Flown To Libya

The U.S. military has provided more details about an alleged Russian deployment of fighter jets to Libya, as officials in Russia continued to deny the presence of Russian military aircraft or personnel in the North African country.

Chechen Leader Says He's Healthy But Doesn't Deny Hospital Stay For COVID-19.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov says he is feeling well, in an apparent attempt to dispel media reports about his hospitalization with COVID-19.

Australian zoo welcomes ‘Ash,’ first koala joey born after wildfires.

Wildfires devastated much of Australia earlier this year, killing millions of wild animals, including many koalas.

Trade from North to Great Britain will be ‘99.9%’ unfettered, says Gove

No pushback from EU on British government interpretation of protocol, minister tells MPs

RFE/RL: Ukrainian court finds Lviv student guilty of torching RFE/RL reporter's car.

The 19-year-old university student admitted his guilt to the court and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.

Boys let black widow bite them in hopes of becoming Spider-Man.

The three brothers found a black widow and passed it around so it would bite them, according to a Bolivian health official.

Ukraine's central bank forecasts economy will shrink by 6-7% in 2020.

The NBU's deputy governor says the situation could be worse than expected.

Boeing Slashes Over 12,000 US Jobs Amid COVID-19, Thousands More Planned.

Boeing Co said Wednesday it was eliminating more than 12,000 US jobs, including involuntary layoffs of 6,770 US workers as the largest American planemaker restructures in the face of the coronavirus...

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