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Hong Kong leader says ‘no need for us to worry’ about China’s new security bill.

Carrie Lam said Beijing's proposed national security laws would not trample on the city's rights and freedoms and called on its citizens to wait to see the details of the legislation.

Elon Musk, His Girlfriend Bring Roman Twist To Their Baby's Name.

Making a slight change to the name of their newborn, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his singer girlfriend Grimes have now named their first child X AE A-Xii.

U.S. coronavirus testing plan criticized by Democrats for putting burden on states

The testing report from the White House comes as the U.S. death toll from the pandemic is approaching 100,000.

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Boris Johnson Says Britain Could Reopen Stores On June 15.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday that Britain could reopen all non-essential retail stores on June 15 if the coronavirus remains contained.

Dutch PM Didn't See Dying Mother Due To Virus Rules.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte was unable to visit his dying mother in her final weeks because he obeyed coronavirus restrictions against visiting care homes, his office said Monday.

Coronavirus: U.S. travel ban on Brazil to start Tuesday, 2 days earlier than announced

In its original announcement on Sunday, it said the restrictions would come into force on May 28.

Lockdown breach: Dominic Cummings ‘acted legally’, says Johnson.

Adviser blames inaccurate media reports for public anger over 420km journey

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Indian Army Major To Be Honoured With UN Award

An Indian Army officer and woman peacekeeper, who has served with the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), and a Brazilian woman commander have been selected for the prestigious United Nations Military...

Memorial Day: Trump honours America’s fallen veterans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump first honored the nation’s fallen at Arlington National Cemetery. Presidents on Memorial Day typically lay a wreath and speak at the hallowed burial ground in Virginia. But the coronavirus crisis made this year different.

Kazakhstan Gets New Protest Law Despite Widespread Criticism.

Kazakhstan has reformed laws on strictly controlled peaceful assembly that critics say fall short of international human rights standards and amount to window dressing. 

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Tortures in Donbas: Ukraine prosecutors identify about 600 victims.

Over 6,000 criminal cases are being investigated under the supervision of the prosecutor's office in Luhansk region.

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Family, friends say Ahmaud Arbery’s life was at a crosswords when he was killed.

Ahmaud Arbery was at a crossroads, his life stretching out before him, his troubles largely behind him. He had enrolled at South Georgia Technical College, preparing to become an electrician, just like his uncles.

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Donald Trump Fumes On Twitter As Media Slams Pandemic Golf Outing.

US President Donald Trump on Monday fumed at negative media coverage of him playing golf over Memorial Day weekend, as the US death count from the coronavirus pandemic neared 100,000.

WHO warns of 'second peak' in areas where COVID-19 declining – media.

Many European countries and U.S. states have taken steps in recent weeks to lift lockdown measures.

Unconvincing account may take some heat out of Dominic Cummings controversy.

Chief adviser to Boris Johnson looks set to remain in his role despite apparently breaching lockdown guidelines he helped to draft

Unconvincing account may take some heat out of Cummings controversy.

Chief adviser to Boris Johnson looks set to remain in his role despite apparently breaching lockdown guidelines he helped to draft

Kazakh COVID-19 Cemetery Has More Graves Than Reported Coronavirus Victims.

A cemetery said to be only for coronavirus victims in the southwestern Kazakh city of Almaty and the surrounding region appears to hold many more bodies than the area's number of reported COVID-19 deaths.

WHO warns of potential for ‘immediate second peak’ in Covid-19.

Mike Ryan urges countries where infections falling not to end restrictions too soon

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Macron’s loyalty to reactionary aristocrat politically risky.

President green-lights opening of viscount’s theme park before other public gathering places

Georgia's MFA: Return of ambassador depends on Ukrainian government's steps.

Georgia's Foreign Ministry on May 25 held the first ad hoc meeting with Georgian Ambassador to Ukraine Teimuraz Sharashenidze to hear his update.

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Migrant (39) who failed to reach Europe dies in Libyan detention centre.

A growing list of refugees and migrants have died after being forced back to Libya

Large and medium Ukrainian enterprises' losses quintuple since year's start.

Unprofitable enterprises accounted for almost 41% January through March 2020.

U.S. navy successfully tests ‘solid state laser’ for blasting aircraft

Footage shows a U.S. navy ship using a laser beam to shoot down an unmanned aerial vehicle.

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Activists Detained As 'Fabricated' Terrorism Trial Resumes In Russia.

Activists were reportedly detained and single-person pickets were halted in St. Petersburg before the resumption of the trial of two defendants accused of belonging to a group that prosecutors allege planned to carry out terrorist acts and sought ...

Burundi’s ruling party wins troubled presidential election.

Contested victory comes after campaign marked by claims of political violence

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