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Facebook removes nearly 200 accounts linked to white supremacy groups.

The accounts on Facebook and Instagram were tied to the Proud Boys and the American Guard, two hate groups already banned on the platforms.

Buffalo police officers caught on video shoving 75-year-old face criminal probe.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that he had spoken with the injured man, Martin Gugino, and was thankful to confirm he was alive.

French military kills al-Qaeda’s North Africa chief in Mali.

Abdelmalek Droukdel was among the region’s most experienced militants

Reddit co-founder resigns from board, urges Black replacement.

Alexis Ohanian, who is married to tennis star Serena Williams, said he made the decision for the sake of his daughter.

Coronavirus: U.K. becomes second country with over 40,000 deaths

The country's death total is now 40,261, the world’s second-highest pandemic death toll behind the United States.

Radio Farda: Iran admits proposing separate settlement to Ukraine on downed plane.

The Ukrainian government has consistently rejected a separate deal with Iran and says its position has not changed.

Trump urges suppression of protests over Floyd killing.

Focus turns to police behaviour after 10th consecutive night of unrest across the US

Mayor Names White House Protest Site As «Black Lives Matter Plaza» .

Washington mayor Muriel Bowser on Friday renamed an area near the White House that has become the epicenter of anti-racism protests over the past week "Black Lives Matter Plaza" -- unveiling a giant...

Ukraine world's second-largest exporter of organic produce to EU.

In 2019, the EU imported 3.24 million tonnes of organic products, of which more than 10% was delivered from Ukraine.

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Breonna Taylor case: What we know about her death, the investigation and protests.

The 26-year-old first responder was killed in her own home in March — months before tensions related to racial injustice in the United States reached a boiling point.

Ukraine's foreign reserves stand at USD 25.4 bln

Foreign reserves now cover 4.4 months of future imports – sufficient for Ukraine to meet its commitments, and for the government and the NBU to make their current transactions.

U.S. Air Strikes Target Taliban In Afghanistan

The U.S. military says it has launched its first air strikes against the Taliban since a cease-fire declared by the militants and Afghan forces last month.

Coronavirus: EU to gradually lift restrictions on non-essential travel in July.

All internal border controls in the EU will be lifted by end of June, with gradual lifting of restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU in early July.

Black man’s death in police custody in Washington ruled homicide, mayor calls for justice.

The death of Manuel Ellis has been ruled a homicide by the medical examiner.

Trump’s claim it was a ‘great day’ for George Floyd is criticised.

US president says man killed by police was ‘looking down… saying this is a great thing happening for our country’

Fatal police shooting in Kentucky cuts to heart of community divisions.

Frustrations of black community and police spill over following killing of David McAtee

Washington as seat of power becomes seat of unrest once again.

America Letter: Militarised capital site of skirmishes in zone which is district not state

Foreign Minister elaborates on relaunch of international flights.

Ukraine plans to relaunch international flights from June 15, minister says.

Kosovo's Ex-PM Kurti Stands Firm On Demand For New Elections.

Kosovo's former Prime Minister Albin Kurti says his leftist-nationalist Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party will continue to press for new general elections.

Iran Enriched Uranium Stockpile Almost Eight Times 2015 Deal Limit: UN.

Iran has continued enriching uranium beyond limits set in a 2015 deal with world powers, the United Nations' nuclear watchdog reported on Friday.

‘Strawberry Moon’ to rise with a special eclipse for some skywatchers.

June's 'Strawberry Moon' includes a penumbral lunar eclipse for viewers in some parts of the world.

Trump says George Floyd would be pleased with strong US jobs data.

‘Hopefully, George is looking down right now and saying there’s a great thing happening ,’ US president says

«It's Not Over» : Warns WHO After COVID-19 Cases Rise As Lockdowns Ease.

Some countries have seen "upticks" in COVID-19 cases as lockdowns ease, and populations must protect themselves from the coronavirus while authorities continue testing, the World Health Organization...

IAEA: Iran Further Raises Uranium Stockpiles, Blocks Visits To Sites.

The United Nations' atomic watchdog said on June 5 that Iran has continued to increase its stockpiles of enriched uranium far beyond the limits set in the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

President Zelensky speaks for legalization of private military companies.

Neither of the two draft laws on the issue have yet been submitted to Parliament.

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