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Foreign Students' Return Will Encourage Schools To Open: US Official.

The Trump administration's decision on barring foreign students from attending online-only classes "will encourage schools to reopen" while maintaining "protections for fraud" that are necessary in...

Canada absent as U.S., Mexican presidents meet at White House to talk CUSMA

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declined to join the talks, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this week's pressing parliamentary business and the continuing threat of renewed U.S. tariffs against Canadian aluminum exports.

US firms can deny workers insurance coverage for contraception.

Boost for Trump as supreme court ruling to uphold law will play well with conservatives

Merkel faces fiendishly difficult balancing act as she tries to save Europe.

Europe Letter: German leader says only unity can ward off populism and economic turmoil

EU expects Russia to end pressure on Crimean Tatars.

The EU expects all illegally detained Ukrainians to be released without delay.

2 people infected with bubonic plague after eating marmot meat in Mongolia.

The bubonic plague killed around 50 million people across the world in the 14th century.

Coronavirus: Canadian experts say not to get hung up on term ‘airborne’ transmission.

A group of 239 scientists and physicians urging the World Health Organization to recognize the potential for airborne transmission of the novel coronavirus have sparked debate over how COVID-19 is spreading.

Coronavirus: US cases top 3m as Trump eyes reopening of schools.

Trump disagrees with CDC on its ‘very tough & expensive guidelines for opening schools’

Salman Rushdie Among Writers, Activists To Raise ''Illiberalism'' Concern.

Acclaimed authors such as Salman Rushdie, J K Rowling and Margaret Atwood are among around 150 writers, artists and activists to sign an open letter, warning against the rise of "forces of...

Kosovo's Thaci To Go To Hague For Interview With War Crimes Prosecutor.

Kosovar President Hashim Thaci has said that he will travel to The Hague next week to be interviewed by a special prosecutor whose office was set up to pursue allegations of war crimes committed during and after Kosovo's war of independence in the...

Zelensky says Ukraine may lift ban on exports of face masks.

The restrictive measure was introduced on March 12.

Coronavirus: Trump threatens to withhold federal funding if schools don’t reopen in fall.

He did not immediately say what funding he would cut off or under what authority.

One dead after crane collapses on houses in east London.

‘Complex rescue operation’ underway, as four people injured in Bow

Rishi Sunak is the Beethoven to Boris Johnson’s brass band.

Coronavirus crisis has thrust together the fates of Britain’s PM and his chancellor

Coronavirus in Africa: Authoritarianism on rise in crisis, say activists.

As continent’s cases exceed half million, opposition leaders decry ‘war on democracy’

RFE/RL: Lithuania suspends broadcasts by Russia's RT over EU-sanctioned head.

The move follow a similar ban in another Baltic state, Latvia.

Serbs Rally Against Coronavirus Response Despite Calls For Calm.

Hundreds of protesters have gathered in the Serbian capital to signal frustration at the government's latest response to a resurgent coronavirus outbreak there and the perceived politicization of the team leading efforts to stem the danger to publ...

UK stimulus plan aims to boost employment with extra £30bn.

Sunak pledges hospitality 50% meal subsidy during August and furlough scheme bonus

We support NBU independence, but how to live if budget based on UAH 30/$1 – Zelensky.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky believes that because of the hryvnia exchange rate that has been maintained in the country lately, Ukrainian enterprises "have lost millions and closed."

«May Cut Off Funding» If US Schools Don't Reopen By November, Warns Trump.

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to cut off funding to schools that do not open in the fall and criticized a federal health agency's guidelines for reopening schools as "very tough...

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Serbian leader blames far-right radicals for Belgrade clashes.

Protests in capital turn violent as anger soars over government’s handling of coronavirus

US Closes In On Three Million COVID-19 Cases

The United States neared three million confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday, as President Donald Trump downplayed the risks posed by the pandemic and aggressively pushed for schools to reopen.

Man Arrested For Posting Fake News On Whatsapp: Police.

A 54-year-old man has been arrested in Mizoram for allegedly spreading fake news on social media platforms, police said on Wednesday.

Scientists join forces to investigate airborne risk of coronavirus.

WHO adviser says results from well-designed studies needed before it changes its advice

WHO Team To Visit Beijing To Trace Origin Of COVID-19: China.

China said on Wednesday that a team of World Health Organisation (WHO) will visit the country to trace the origin of COVID-19.

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