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‘They came with dogs:’ Genomes show canines, humans share long history.

Those ancient pets are not only moving evidence of their owners' esteem, they're now part of research hinting at how far back dogs and humans go.

Calls grow in England for national lockdown as Covid cases rise.

While Labour has called for a national ‘circuit-break’ , many Conservatives want to stick with a localised three-tier strategy

G7 'Alarmed' By Ukraine 'Undoing' Anti-Graft Reforms.

The Group of Seven (G7) leading industrialized countries says it is "alarmed" by the rollback of reforms in Ukraine after the Constitutional Court stripped the country's anti-corruption agency of some of its critical powers.

France lockdown: What went wrong and what can Canada learn?.

What's happening in France -- and why -- shares some parallels with the resurgence of the coronavirus in Canada. 

U.S. Embassy supports for Ukrainians after Constitutional Court's notorious decision

U.S. diplomats issued a statement on the court's decision to block public access to government officials' e-declarations of assets.

Merkel prepares Germans for ‘hard winter’ and second lockdown.

Bundestag opposition warns of ‘crisis of trust’ in government with bars, restaurants to close

Store guard stabbed 27 times after asking Chicago sisters to wear masks.

The sisters, ages 18 and 21, have been charged with attempted first-degree murder.

MLB investigating player who returned to field after coronavirus diagnosis.

Justin Turner is under investigation after he celebrated with his Los Angeles Dodgers teammates and removed his mask following a mid-game coronavirus diagnosis.

Coronavirus: Spain extends state of emergency by six months.

Health minister warns of ‘long winter’ as 23,580 new cases are reported in a day

Russia's Annual Commemoration Of Victims Of Stalin's Great Purge Held Online.

An annual ceremony to commemorate thousands of people executed during communist dictator Josef Stalin's Great Terror has been held in Moscow and some other Russian cities online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Berlin’s new airport eyes Halloween opening after seven years of horrors.

BER is nine years late, wildly over budget and opening during a pandemic

At least 140 Europe-bound migrants drown off Senegal, says UN.

More favoured routes, including through Libya or Algeria, now blocked off by tougher controls

Zelensky warns against unrest over notorious court ruling on access to e-declarations.

The Ukrainian leader says that "certain individuals undermine the social contract in Ukraine."

U.S. election results: Live, real-time election results as America votes

Global News will have live, real-time results in the 2020 U.S. election as polls close across the country.

Bulgarian President In Quarantine After Aide Tests Positive For COVID-19.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev is self-isolating after his chief of staff tested positive for coronavirus, his office says.

US Plans Sales Of Top-Of-Line F-35 Fighter Jets To UAE: Lawmaker.

The United States has agreed to sell top-of-the-line F-35 fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates following its recognition of Israel, potentially shifting the regional power balance, a lawmaker said...

Cabinet instructs NACP to restore public access to e-declarations register.

The agency earlier blocked access the register of government officials' electronic declarations pursuant to a recent ruling by the Constitutional Court.

America Stands With Oldest Ally: Trump On France Church Attack.

US President Donald Trump on Thursday expressed solidarity with France after a knife assault in a Nice church killed three people, demanding a halt to terrorist attacks.

Belarus reshuffles security officials amid protests, strikes and ‘Nato threat’.

Alexander Lukashenko calls for armed volunteer militias to patrol streets

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Mayor Of Ufa, Capital Of Russia's Bashkortostan, Dies Of COVID-19.

The mayor of Ufa, the capital of Russia's Bashkortostan region, Ulfat Mustafin, has died of COVID-19 at the age of 61.

It's not just in decision on anti-corruption bodies, but in targeted actions of certain persons to undermine national security – Zelensky.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky states that a number of individuals are taking targeted actions to undermine the social contract and to threaten the national security of the country after the Constitutional Court (CC) makes a decision on t...

‘It could be a mess’: Why U.S. election results could be delayed days or weeks

Eagerly anticipating results on election night? You may need to wait a while.

Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia Singled Out For 'Entrenched' Impunity In Killings Of Journalists.

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Russia remain near the top on the list of countries where the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) says "impunity" in cases of murdered journalists is "entrenched."

Zelensky appeals to law enforcement bodies with request to investigate possible impact on Constitutional Court's decision-making.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has asked law enforcement officers to investigate the circumstances that led to the adoption by the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CC) of a decision on the unconstitutionality of a number of provisions of ...

France Church Attacker A 21-Year-Old Tunisian Migrant: Inquiry Sources.

The man suspected of killing three people at a church in the southern French city of Nice on Thursday is a 21-year-old Tunisian who arrived in Europe just a few weeks ago, sources close to the inquiry...

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