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National police to be armed with Tasers

In September-October, the police will start using the first batch of 200 TASER X2 double shot stun guns.

PM hopes stock market to launch in Ukraine «in a year» .

The Cabinet is already in consultations with experts on the issue.

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Officers injured amid protests over Breonna Taylor case decision.

Police not charged by grand jury over shooting dead of woman in Louisville in March

Unemployment on rise

The unemployment rate in the second quarter rose to 9.9%.

Model and Instagram ‘Catwoman’ jailed for series of masked burglaries.

Monique Agostino, 25, was convicted of helping some teen boys with a string of burglaries in Sydney, Australia.

Kyiv to be out of «orange» zone of quarantine bans

The easing will be enforced on Monday, September 28.

Coveney to visit US next week amid heightened concerns over Brexit.

Minister for Foreign Affairs expected to meet Nancy Pelosi and Richard Neal

U.S., EU Lawmakers Call On Lukashenka To Free Political Prisoners In Belarus

Hundreds of lawmakers from Europe and North America have written to Alyaksandr Lukashenka to demand he release political prisoners -- a move underscoring widespread outrage in the West over the violent repression of protests in Belarus.

Nepal Landslides Kill 12, 9 Missing

At least 12 people died and nine others went missing in separate incidents of landslides triggered by heavy rainfall in western and eastern Nepal on Thursday, officials said.

Card skimming ring exposed in Ukraine – Cyber police.

The group has completed a total of nearly 4,000 illicit transactions worth over UAH 1.5 million, according to preliminary estimates.

Moscow Mayor Urges Companies To Let Employees Work From Home As Coronavirus Cases Rise.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has asked Russia’s top companies operating in the capital to again have some employees work from home after new daily cases of COVID-19 reached a three-month high.

Mairead McGuinness clears first hurdle to be approved as commissioner.

EU legal affairs committee gives clearance to McGuinness and Dombrovskis

Indian-Origin UNICEF UK Chief Quits After Raising Bullying Concerns.

Sacha Deshmukh, the Indian-origin chief of the UK arm of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), has resigned, months after taking charge of the post after raising bullying concerns against the...

Sunak unveils new wage subsidy scheme aimed at ‘viable’ jobs.

London signals tax hike for Covid-19 measure with future return to ‘nimble and agile’ state

Ukraine, Slovakia share common vision of risks posed by Nord Stream 2 – Zelensky.

The president noted that such projects carry serious future risks for the EU and its unity.

Military to help Madrid region contain pandemic

Partial lockdown in parts of city and surrounding area due to be extended

Crowd Chants «Vote Him Out» As Trump Pays Respects To Late US Judge.

US President Donald Trump was greeted with jeers and boos on Thursday as he visited the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's flag-draped coffin outside the US Supreme Court, by a crowd who...

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Ukraine, China talk expanding agri-supplies

Also, Ukraine's geographical location is an important factor for finding opportunities in the Ukraine-China-EU triangle.

Russian Cosmonauts Not Ready To Try Vaccine Touted By Vladimir Putin.

Russian cosmonauts set to blast off for the International Space Station said on Thursday it was too early to get a coronavirus vaccine touted by President Vladimir Putin.

Afghan Forces Reportedly Kill 65 Taliban Fighters In Fierce Battle.

Afghan government forces claim to have killed 65 Taliban militants during a battle in the nation’s eastern provinces as fighting continues to rage between the two sides while they hold peace talks.

Donald Trump booed while paying respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Mourners booed Trump as he made a rare public appearance at the Supreme Court, where 'RBG' was lying in repose.

Hunter Biden's job at Burisma damaged U.S. anti-corruption policy in Ukraine – report

U.S. senators claim that Hunter Biden, while working at Burisma, was involved in millions of dollars in questionable transactions.

U.S. To Announce More Sanctions Against Iran, Envoy Tells Senate Hearing

The United States will impose new sanctions on a number of Iranian officials and entities including a judge who sentenced Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari to death, an envoy said.

U.S., U.K., Canada May Soon Announce Sanctions On Belarusian Officials: Report

The United States, Britain, and Canada could soon impose sanctions on Belarusian officials for their violent crackdown on protesters following a presidential election widely viewed to have been rigged.

Trump's Niece Sues Him, Claims Was «Cheated Out Of Millions Of Dollars» .

Mary Trump, the niece of Donald Trump, sued the US president on Thursday, accusing him and other family members of cheating her out of tens of millions of dollars from an inheritance.

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