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Russian Su-35 Jets Intercept U.S. Aircraft, Risk Midair Collision Over Mediterranean

Two Russian Su-35 fighter jets flew in an unsafe and unprofessional manner while intercepting a U.S. Navy P-8A maritime patrol aircraft over international waters in the Eastern Mediterranean, the U.S. Navy said. 

Twitter flags Trump’s tweets with its fact-check label for the first time.

Twitter spokesperson Katie Rosborough said in a statement to Global News that his tweets contained "potentially misleading information about voting processes."

Ukraine Court Finds Lviv Student Guilty Of Torching RFE/RL Reporter’s Car.

A Ukrainian court has found a university student guilty of torching an RFE/RL reporter’s car, a decision that the news agency's president said brings prosecutors closer to apprehending the organizers of the premeditated crime.

Twitter tells readers to check facts in Trump tweets.

Social media site confirms this is first time it applied label to tweet by president

LONG Trump Says U.S. Has 'No Target' Date To Pull Troops From Afghanistan

U.S. President Donald Trump says he has not set a target date for a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, where a fragile U.S.-Taliban peace process has gained renewed momentum in recent days.

Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Russia-occupied Crimea exceeds 500.

Human rights activists say the figures may be underreported.

Coronavirus: NHL to abandon regular season, go to new playoff format if play resumes.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said the decision is not a guarantee that games are coming back.

Ukraine soldier dies of gunshot wound in Donbas on May 26.

The enemy used large-caliber machine guns and rifles.

Trump pushes murder conspiracy theory about TV show host.

US president labels host ‘psycho’ as widower of deceased fails in bid to have tweets deleted

Ukrainian banks' net profit grows by almost 40% in four months.

Ukraine's banking sector saw an increase in revenue and spending over the period under review.

HRW: Russia's Proposed 'Uniform Federal Database' Would Threaten Right To Privacy.

A proposed new law to create a "uniform federal database" in Russia infringes on the right to privacy and weakens protection of personal data for the country's entire population, Human Rights Watch says.

ANALYSIS: Trudeau’s personal brand tied to success — or failure — of UN Security Council race.

Canada's prime minister is engaging in a blizzard of international virtual campaigning to secure the country a two-year term on the UN Security Council.

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Ex-ambassadors of U.S. to Ukraine make statement over «false and toxic narrative»

They call on politicians to avoid steps that will only erode the bilateral relationship.

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Donald Trump Urges Quicker US Reopening From Virus Lockdown.

President Donald Trump on Thursday pressed for a broader reopening of the United States as coronavirus-related job losses mounted, while parts of Europe embraced post-lockdown life.

Will the bise cease? Pandemic imperils the very French kiss.

Paris Letter: Cheek-kissing is a social minefield in France. Not everyone would miss it

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‘I can’t breathe’: Four US officers fired over death of man pinned to ground.

Minneapolis mayor apologises to black community after police ‘failed in most basic sense’

Man dies in Minneapolis after officer kneels on his neck.

Mayor apologises to black community while FBI investigates arrest shown in video

«Prepare For Worst-Case Scenarios» : Xi Jinping To Chinese Military.

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday ordered the military to scale up the battle preparedness, visualising the worst-case scenarios and asked them to resolutely defend the country's sovereignty....

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Canada to co-host virtual UN conference on coronavirus amid bid for Security Council seat.

The conference will raise Canada's profile as it competes for a seat on UN Security Council next month against Norway and Ireland.

OSCE Members Blast Russia's Lack Of Response To Rights Violations In Chechnya.

The United States, Canada, and 14 European states say Russia has failed to respond to serious human rights violations and abuses in the North Caucasus region of Chechnya, where a "climate of impunity" continues to prevail against human rights defe...

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Zelensky approves annual program for Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration.

Particular attention is paid to the program's compliance with the criteria for NATO membership.

China acts with growing swagger as it tightens grip on Hong Kong.

Move to impose security law illustrates Beijing’s increasing tendency to flex its muscle

Saudi authorities seize children of exiled intelligence chief.

Former cabinet minister Saad al-Jabri was strategic architect of Saudi counter-terrorism efforts

‘I can’t breathe’: Black man dies after pleading with Minneapolis officer during arrest.

His death Monday night after a struggle with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state agents.

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Apple Inc. reportedly registers LLC under Ukraine's jurisdiction – media

There has been no official confirmation yet.

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