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Worm found in tonsil of Japanese woman who had a sore throat.

Almost 4cm-long nematode roundworm is thought to have come from raw fish

US Pushes Taliban To Reduce Violence As Deal Enters «Next Phase» .

The United States said its landmark deal with the Taliban has entered the "next phase" while urging the militants to reduce rising violence even as the insurgents accused US forces of violating the...

Russia ignores international law, conscripting residents in annexed Crimea – rights activist.

The occupying authorities plan to call up about 3,000 Crimean residents to the Russian army as part of the spring-summer conscription campaign.

North Macedonia holds first parliamentary election since name change.

Nato's newest member hopes to start EU accession talks this year

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Russian Lawmakers Approve In Initial Reading Expanded 'Extremism" Law Aimed At Crimea.

Russia's Duma has approved the first reading of an extremism bill primarily aimed at targeting any discussion or criticism of Moscow's annexation of Crimea.

Demand for sovereign bonds in hryvnia down to UAH 10 mln.

Demand at primary auctions for placement of Ukraine's sovereign bonds, which collapsed to 0.29 billion last week, this Tuesday amounted to only UAH 10 million.

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US Executes First Federal Prisoner, Convicted Of Murder, In 17 Years.

A former white supremacist convicted of murdering a family of three in 1996 was put to death by lethal injection on Tuesday in the first federal execution in the United States in 17 years, the Justice...

Finance Ministry attracts UAH 8.3 B to state budget from sale of government bonds

The Ukrainian Finance Ministry has attracted UAH 8.3 billion to the state budget following auctions on the placement of domestic government bonds on July 14, 2020, the ministry's press service has reported on Facebook.

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U.S. Embassy in Kyiv condemns killing of Ukrainian military medic in enemy shelling in Donbas

The Embassy joins the people of Ukraine in condemning the ongoing, brutal aggression of Russian-led forces in Donbas.

Former white supremacist killed in first US federal execution since 2003.

Supreme court clears way for murderer to be put to death against wishes of victims’ family

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UN plans to implement gender projects worth $2.1 mln in Ukraine – Kyslytsya

The UN intends to implement gender-related projects in Ukraine with a total funding of $2.1 million - within the framework of the Emergency Response Plan for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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U.S. Embassy deeply saddened by killing of Ukrainian medic in Donbas

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine is deeply saddened by the killing of a Ukrainian military medic in Donbas.

University Sacks Professor Who Criticised President Xi Jinping: Friends.

A Beijing law professor who has been an outspoken critic of China's President Xi Jinping and the ruling Communist Party was fired by his university after being released from a nearly week-long...

Average salary in Ukraine in May amounted to over UAH 9,500 – Pension Fund.

The Pension Fund of Ukraine has approved the average wage for May 2020 in the amount of 9,546 hryvnias and 32 kopecks.

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New hospitals for Ukrainians and why they are not present.

Victoria Popovich, Director of Real Estate Investment Company "Obriy", founder of the volunteer project "Babysitters for Medical’s Children"

WHO to deliver 1,500 liters of disinfectant to 53 hospitals in Ukraine.

The World Health Organization (WHO) will deliver infection control supplies to 53 hospitals that have been identified for work with patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, World Health Organization Ukraine has reported on Facebook.

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3M, MIT Partner To Make Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Test.

US industrial conglomerate 3M Co has partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop a rapid antigen test for COVID-19, the company said on Tuesday.

U.S. Embassy deeply saddened by killing of Ukrainian medic in Donbas

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine is deeply saddened by the killing of a Ukrainian military medic in Donbas.

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Co-chairs of Ukrainian-Hungarian Commission on National Minorities reaffirm commitment to cooperation.

The co-chairs of the Joint Ukrainian-Hungarian Commission on National Minorities, Svitlana Fomenko and Ferenc Kalmár, are set to interact and implement their international obligations.

Ghislaine Maxwell to appear at court bail hearing in Epstein case.

Lawyers for Maxwell also have argued that bail was justified because she might contract COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in the Brooklyn jail.

Ukraine occupies 69th place in UN's e-government ranking.

It is 13 positions higher than it was in the previous 2018 ranking.

Austria extends ban on passenger flights from Ukraine.

Austria has extended until July 30 the ban on scheduled passenger flights with Ukraine and a number of other countries, according to the updated resolution of the Federal Ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection of Austria...

US judge to decide on Ghislaine Maxwell bail application.

Longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein denies charges of transporting minors for illegal acts

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Zelenskyi greets Plenkovic on victory in parliamentary elections, invites him to Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has held a phone call with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic to congratulate him on the ruling party's victory in the parliamentary elections and invite him to Ukraine, the press service of the head o...

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Four-death car crash outside Kyiv: Suspect remanded in custody for two months.

The incident happened on July 12.

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