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Iran behind false, threatening information sent to U.

U.S. officials said said Russia has obtained some voter information as well, but has not yet conducted any actions similar to Iran's.

Obama urges voters not to skip U.S. election while campaigning for Biden

The nation's first Black president urged Black men especially not to give into apathy.

CDC redefines what counts as close contact for coronavirus, adds short encounters.

The CDC advises anyone who has been in close contact with a COVID-19 patient to quarantine for two weeks.

WestJet to start refunding flights cancelled amid COVID-19 pandemic.

WestJet is the first Canadian airline to provide cash refunds for all flights cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden seeks boost from Obama while Trump tends to electoral map ahead of final debate.

Obama, who has become increasingly critical of Trump over the three and a half years since he left office, will address a drive-in rally, where supporters will listen to him over the radio inside their cars.

Brazil’s Bolsonaro rejects announcement coronavirus vaccine purchased from China.

Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello had announced the purchase Tuesday in a meeting with Sao Paulo Gov. Joo Doria, a foe of Bolsonaro's whose state is participating in the vaccine's development through its Butantan Institute.

Brazil’s Bolsonaro rejects announcement coronavirus vaccine purchased from China.

Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello had announced the purchase Tuesday in a meeting with Sao Paulo Gov. Joo Doria, a foe of Bolsonaro's whose state is participating in the vaccine's development through its Butantan Institute.

12 peaceful protesters killed by Nigerian forces, Amnesty International says.

The Nigerian government did not immediately comment about Amnesty International’s allegations.

Parents not yet found for 545 children separated at US-Mexico border.

Most of children were released from custody to sponsors in US, often family members

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Over 8,900 COVID-19 cases, 181 fatalities reported in occupied Crimea since start of epidemic.

Some 256 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Crimea and the city of Sevastopol in the past day.

NATO to hold consultations with Ukraine, Georgia on NATO 2030 strategy.

There will be an expert report later on this year.

European Union is the new ‘big beast’ on the bond markets.

Europe Letter: ‘Outrageous’ demand by investors to buy EU’s debt seen as vote of confidence in euro

Ukraine sees 6.7% rise in retail trade in Jan-Sept

Retail turnover increased most in Kyiv, Zaporizhia and Chernihiv regions.

Johnson’s reputation in northern England further diminished.

Government defeated Labour motion backing Rashford’s free meals call but the victory could prove to pyrrhic

Trump and Biden to face off in final debate on Thursday night.

President hits out at moderator ahead of debate in Nashville

Rudy Giuliani caught with hand down pants in ‘Borat 2’ scene with ‘journalist’.

The Trump lawyer and former New York City mayor fell victim to a Sacha Baron Cohen prank in 'Borat 2.'

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Champions League: COVID-hit Shakhtar earn famous Real win – media.

The Ukrainian champions arrived in Madrid without 13 first-team players after 19 positive COVID-19 tests throughout the club left them needing to call up youth-team players.

Manchester boroughs to receive £60m supports for local lockdown.

Government votes against Rashford’s proposal to offer free meals during school holidays

Sheremet case: Activists, police clash outside Kyiv's court as Antonenko's arrest extended.

According to eyewitnesses, the police used tear gas.

Nigeria accused of turning protest against police violence into ‘shooting spree’.

Call for army to withdraw from streets of Lagos and prosecution of officers

Trump can still win the U.S. election, despite lagging in the polls: experts

U.S. President Donald Trump continues to lag behind Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the polls, but he could still secure victory, experts say.

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Spain is first country in western Europe with 1m Covid-19 cases.

Infection rate has accelerated since late August to frequently exceed 10,000 cases a day

Crisis consumes Chile ahead of vote on replacing constitution.

Further unrest as protesters say they are living in a two-tier society

Russia Urged To Free Jailed Activist Ahead Of Parole Hearing.

A court in central Russia is set to consider on October 22 an application for parole of Yan Sidorov, who was sentenced to prison last year for organizing a peaceful protest in 2017.

No Ukrainian region ready for lifting COVID-19 curbs – health ministry.

Prior to that, only Kirovohrad region was on the list.

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