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8-year-old killed, 3 others hurt in shooting at Alabama shopping mall.

Police said a juvenile female and two adults were also hospitalized after the shooting inside the Hoover, Ala. mall.

Coronavirus: Mexico reverses some openings as cases increase by 6,740.

Mexico's death toll is just a few dozen from overtaking France for the fifth-highest in the world, though Mexico's population is about double that of France.

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Seven US States Post Record COVID-19 Cases, Curfew Ordered In Miami.

Alabama and six other U.S. states reported record increases in coronavirus cases on Friday as Florida's most populous county imposed a curfew ahead of the Independence Day weekend and Arkansas joined...

US Records Over 57,000 COVID-19 Cases In Highest Single-Day Spike: Report.

The US notched 57,683 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours Friday, a tally by Johns Hopkins University showed, the third consecutive day with record numbers of new infections.

Canada Suspends Extradition With Hong Kong Over China Security Law.

Canada on Friday suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong to protest the tough new national security law China has enacted in the financial hub.

Ghislaine Maxwell may be legally covered by Jeffrey Epstein’s 2008 plea deal.

A key for Maxwell's defence is that the plea agreement sought to prevent criminal charges from being brought “against any potential co-conspirators of Epstein.”

WHO Says First Alerted To Coronavirus By Its Office, Not China.

The World Health Organization has updated its account of the early stages of the COVID crisis to say it was alerted by its own office in China, and not by China itself, to the first pneumonia cases in...

Police officer who stopped Elijah McClain fired over photos reenacting chokehold.

"The fact that three on-duty, in-uniform police officers thought that it was appropriate to reenact the murder, jokingly, shows that the department is rotten to the core," said Mari Newman, the McClain family's lawyer who saw the photos before the...

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Germany finalizes plan to phase out coal by 2038

“The days of coal are numbered in Germany,” Environment Minister Svenja Schulze said. “Germany is the first industrialized country that leaves behind both nuclear energy and coal.”

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Ukraine catches up with Poland, Czech Republic in number of COVID-19 tests run – PM.

Ukraine ranked 35th globally in terms of the number of COVID-19 patients.

Air France And Hop! To Cut 7,580 Jobs By 2022 Amid COVID-19 Crisis.

Air France management said Friday it planned to eliminate 7,580 jobs at the airline and its regional unit Hop! by the end of 2022 because of the coronavirus crisis.

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High risk of polio outbreak in Ukraine, health ministry warns.

During the five months of this year, only 30% of children in their first year of life requiring mandatory vaccinations received all three doses required.

Ukraine at high risk of polio outbreak – health ministry.

During the five months of this year, only 30% of children in their first year of life requiring mandatory vaccinations received all three doses of the vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis.

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Afghan Presidential Envoy Dies In Turkey From COVID-19.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's special envoy on economic and trade development has died from COVID19, one of his aides says.

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Ukraine's First Lady recovers from coronavirus – report.

At the same time, Zelenska must continue her treatment for bilateral pneumonia, which she will be undergoing at home.

WHO Urges Countries To «Wake Up» And Halt Coronavirus.

The World Health Organization on Friday urged countries hit by serious coronavirus outbreaks to "wake up" to the realities on the ground instead of bickering, and to "take control".

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'Rainbow' Ice Cream In Spotlight As Putin Calls For Monitoring Of 'Gay Propaganda'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for “non-aggressive” public monitoring of what he described as efforts to promote “non-traditional lifestyles.”

Putin Calls For 'Non-Aggressive' Public Monitoring Of 'Gay Propaganda'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for “non-aggressive” public monitoring of what he described as efforts to promote “non-traditional lifestyles.”

Coronavirus cases in US continue to surge ahead of Fourth of July.

Record 55,000 new cases on Thursday alone as 30-plus states report infection rise in week

Is Donald Trump losing his touch?

America Letter: Core base of white voters over 65 unhappy with his Covid-19 response

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Iran Says It Identified Cause Of Natanz ‘Incident’ But Won’t Disclose It.

Iran's top security body said the cause of an "incident" at one of the country’s nuclear facilities has been determined, but it declined to release details, citing security reasons.

Turkey Trial Of Saudi Suspects In Jamal Khashoggi Murder Begins.

Twenty Saudi suspects including two former aides to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman went on trial in absentia in Turkey on Friday, accused of killing and dismembering journalist Jamal Khashoggi in...

Sweden extends temporary entry ban for foreigners until Aug 31.

The temporary ban to enter Sweden for citizens of countries outside of the EU, EES [Entry/Exit System] and Schengen has been prolonged, with some easing in the restrictions.

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Canadian pilot impaired by carbon monoxide fumes in 2017 Australia crash: investigator.

The bureau has not said when its final report on the cause of the 2017 crash will be released.

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First deputy NBU governor Rozhkova assuming duties of acting chief until new leader appointed.

She says Smolii's replacement at top post should be an independent technocrat.

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