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Ukraine reopening 66 checkpoints on its border with EU, Moldova.

Checkpoints on the border with Belarus and Russia remain temporarily closed.

U.S. Blacklists Bosnian Politician Over Involvement In 'Significant Corruption’

The U.S. Department of State has blacklisted Amir Zukic, a former member of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s lower house of parliament accused of involvement in "significant corruption” in the Balkan country.

Ukraine's chief banker: Most of problems on labor market unrelated to COVID-19.

The second cause is low productivity.

Investigators Find Rs 30 Million In Wreckage Of Crashed Pakistan Aircraft.

Investigators and rescue officials have found around Rs 30 million in cash in the wreckage of the Pakistan International Airlines' aircraft that crashed wth 99 people on board, killing 97 people,...

Canada treading carefully as China moves to impose Hong Kong security law: experts.

Canada has expressed "deep concern" about the controversial Hong Kong bill but hasn't gone as far as to say it will act in any way.

Important To Get Clear About Source Of Coronavirus: Chinese Premier.

After staunchly denying the US allegations of coronavirus originating from a bio-lab in its first epicentre Wuhan, Chinese researchers on Wednesday debunked widely reported view that the deadly virus...

UN Security Council To Discuss Hong Kong Today: Report.

The United States and Britain have called for the UN Security Council to meet Friday to discuss a controversial security law that China plans to impose on Hong Kong, diplomatic sources said Thursday.

Trump signs executive order on social media following spat with Twitter.

Angered by Twitter's decision to place fact-check flags on two of his recent tweets, Trump signed an executive order Thursday authorizing a review of Section 230 of the U.S. Communications Decency Act.

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Ex-MP Onyshchenko refused political asylum in Germany.

This is not the first time when Onyshchenko was denied asylum in Germany.

U.S. Blacklists Bosnian Politician Over Involvement In 'Significant Corruption’

The United States has blacklisted Amir Zukic, a former member of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s lower house of parliament accused of involvement in "significant corruption” in the Balkan country.

Trump Signs Order Targeting Social Media Giants' Legal Protections.

President Donald Trump issued an executive order Thursday seeking to strip social media giants like Twitter of legal immunity for content they publish.

Coronavirus: Hundreds of Paris health-care workers protest for more money, resources.

Insufficient funding has lead to limited staff and resources from the start of the coronavirus pandemic in French hospitals.

Starmer hits home with measured attacks on Tory pandemic record.

London Letter: Reactions to Labour leader’s virtual town hall meetings will worry Tories

EU and Japan reach out to patch together a fraying world order.

Europe Letter: Joint statement by Brussels and Tokyo reveals pressure on international order by US and China

NBU forecasts unemployment peak in Ukraine in Q2

It is expected to hit 11.5%.

RSF Calls For Independent Investigation Into Pakistani Journalist’s Killing.

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is calling for a special independent team to investigate this week’s “shocking murder” of a Pakistani journalist, saying there is “every reason to doubt” local police claims that it was a so-called honor killing.

Boris Johnson brushes off police statement that Cummings may have broken law.

PM intends to ‘draw a line under the matter’ as Durham police take no further action

Johnson brushes off police statement that Cummings may have broken law.

PM intends to ‘draw a line under the matter’ as Durham police take no further action

Coronavirus: French look forward to ‘liberty’ with second stage of reopening.

Most welcome measure will be unrestricted travel to anywhere in France from Tuesday

Protests, Looting Erupt In US Over Killing Of Black Man By Police.

Protesters clashed with riot police firing tear gas for a second night in Minneapolis on Wednesday in an outpouring of rage over the death of a black man seen in a widely circulated video gasping for...

Ukraine's health sector to propose another strategy for second wave of COVID-19.

The Health Ministry earlier predicted that the curve of daily cases might go down to zero as early as on June 22.

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Mammoth Skeletons Dug Up At Mexico City Airport Construction Site.

Alongside construction crews racing to build the Mexican capital's new airport, skulls and curving tusks of massive mammoths peek through the dirt as archaeologists dig up more and more bones...

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Thousands Practice Protest In Kosovo Ahead Of Constitutional Court Verdict.

PRISTINA – Several thousand supporters of Kosovo's leftist-nationalist Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party have staged a "rehearsal" protest with strict social distancing ahead of a Constitutional Court ruling that could trigger snap general e...

Trump offers sympathy as US Covid-19 death toll passes 100,000.

Death toll a ‘very sad milestone’, US president says in tweet

US Must Take «Serious Action» After Police Killing Of Black Man: UN.

The UN rights chief on Thursday condemned the death in police custody of George Floyd, demanding that US authorities take "serious action" to stop the killings of unarmed African Americans.

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