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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.

Number of COVID-19 patients exceeds number of recovered in 11 regions of Ukraine.

The number of patients with COVID-19 coronavirus disease exceeded the number of people who recovered over the past day in 11 out of 24 regions of Ukraine, according to data on coronavirus epidemic monitoring on the website of the National Security...

Number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Ukraine exceeds 23,000 on May 29.

Of them, 393 cases were reported in the past 24 hours.

One Ukrainian soldier wounded amid 13 enemy attacks in Donbas on May 29.

According to intelligence data, one member of Russia-led forces was wounded on May 29.

Coronavirus: Brazil reaches 27,878 coronavirus deaths, surpasses Spain.

Global cases reach more than 6m, no logic in US cutting ties with WHO – doctor

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.

WHO, 37 Countries Launch Alliance To Share Tools To Battle COVID-19.

Thirty-seven countries and the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Friday for common ownership of vaccines, medicines and diagnostic tools to tackle the global coronavirus pandemic, taking aim...

Protests flare up after US officer charged with murder of George Floyd.

Arrest of Minneapolis officer in connection to death of George Floyd fails to appease

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US Firms In Hong Kong Awake To «Sad Day» As Trump Vows To Curb Ties.

The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong said on Saturday it was "a sad day" for the global financial centre, hours after US President Donald Trump moved toward stripping the city of its special...

Weakened by civil war, South Sudanese surrender to coronavirus.

Border with Uganda closed as even leaders of world’s newest country test positive for Covid-19

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.

Bosniak-Croat Federation PM Detained Over Deal To Buy Respirators From China.

The prime minister of Bosnia's autonomous Bosniak-Croat federation has been questioned in a potential corruption case involving the purchase of 100 respirators from China for coronavirus patients.

Angela Merkel Rejects Trump Invite To Attend G7 Summit In US: Report.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has refused to accept U.S. President Donald Trump's invitation to attend an envisaged summit of the Group of Seven (G7) in the United States, Politico reported on...

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George Floyd death: Protests erupt across U.S., some turn violent

In Phoenix, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and beyond, thousands of protesters carried signs that said: “He said I can’t breathe. Justice for George.”

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Virus-Battered Italy Faces Worst Recession Since World War II.

Facing its deepest recession since World War II and with business confidence collapsing, the coronavirus pandemic is hitting Italy's economy hard.

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Coronavirus: U.N. announces first 2 peacekeepers have died from virus

According to the U.N. peacekeeping department, there have been 137 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in U.N. peacekeeping operations, with the greatest number by far — 90 cases — in Mali.

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Walt Disney World Receives Green Light To Reopen On July 11.

Maintaining social distancing and wearing masks, tourists visiting Florida will be able to take photos with Mickey Mouse again when Disney World reopens on July 11, a month after SeaWorld and...

‘Path to citizenship’: U.K. may extend visa rights to nearly 3 million in Hong Kong

"If China imposes [its] law, we will explore options to allow British Nationals Overseas to apply for leave to stay in the UK, including a path to citizenship," Home Secretary Priti Patel said in a statement.

U.S. businesses in Hong Kong mark ‘sad day’ as Trump says city’s special status is over

"We will take action to revoke Hong Kong's preferential treatment as a separate customs and travel territory from the rest of China," Trump said.

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George Floyd death: Colin Kaepernick offers to pay protesters’ legal fees.

"When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction," he tweeted on Thursday.

Coronavirus: Ozarks partygoer tests positive for COVID-19.

Health officials said Friday that they were seeking to ``inform mass numbers of unknown people'' after a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks tested positive for COVID-19.

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US Reports 1,225 Coronavirus Deaths In Last 24 Hours: Report.

The United States recorded 1,225 coronavirus deaths on Friday, bringing its total to 102,798 since the global pandemic began, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.

George Floyd death: Protests erupt outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta.

A CNN reporter tweeted that police cars were being destroyed and glass was broken on the building's exterior.

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Minnesota police officer charged with murder amid mounting unrest.

Trump downplays Twitter post that social media firm flagged as ‘glorifying violence’

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.

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