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Statue of Christopher Columbus toppled by protesters in Baltimore.

Demonstrators used ropes to topple the monument near the Little Italy neighborhood, news outlets reported.

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Kyiv and eight Ukrainian regions not ready for quarantine easing – health minister.

In particular, the city of Kyiv, as well as Volyn, Donetsk, Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Odesa, Rivne, and Chernihiv regions are not ready for the easing of quarantine.

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Scottish Gaelic ‘at point of collapse’, major study finds.

Radical community-based revitalisation programme required to avert demise

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Bill Cosby invokes systemic racism as he fights conviction on sex charges.

Cosby, the Hollywood paragon of Black family values, was convicted of sexual assault in 2018 as the movement exploded and women across the globe shared personal histories of sexual harassment and abuse.

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Working parents worry as boards eye back to school plans amid COVID-19.

School boards across the Onare still in the process of developing contingency plans for September based on general instructions provided by the government on June 19.

Death toll in Ethiopian protests over killing of singer jumps to 156.

Hachalu Hundessa assassination sparks further fatalities in street demonstrations

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Ukraine's PM calls benefits of raising minimum wage.

At the same time raising the minimum wage will not significantly affect inflation and rising unemployment.

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Facebook groups shift from attacking coronavirus restrictions to Black Lives Matter.

These groups, which now boast a collective audience of more than 1 million members, are still thriving after most states started lifting virus restrictions.

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156 dead in Ethiopia after protests erupt over death of singer.

The protests were sparked by the assassination of musician Haacaaluu Hundeessaa on Monday night and spread from Addis Ababa to the surrounding Oromia region.

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Japan flooding: Search for survivors continues after mudslides.

Fourteen presumed dead while dozens remain missing in southern part of country

Drunk People Can't Socially Distance, UK Police Conclude.

Britain's police said Sunday that revellers who packed London's Soho district the night pubs finally reopened made it "crystal clear" that drunk people cannot socially distance.

Woman struck by car in Seattle protest dies in hospital.

Another critically injured after car drove into crowd protesting police brutality

Protester hit by car on closed highway in Seattle dies.

Summer Taylor, 24, of Seattle died in the evening at Harborview Medical Center, spokesperson Susan Gregg said.

Clothing Factory In UK Faces Modern Slavery Probe

A clothing factory named Jaswal Fashions based in the eastern England city of Leicester faces a modern slavery investigation after an undercover reporter alleged sweatshop-like conditions and below...

Iran Marks Single-Day High Of Coronavirus Deaths

Iran has recorded its highest single-day death toll since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, reporting 163 deaths in the last 24 hours on July 5.

UK Nears 500 Million Pound Deal For Sanofi, GSK Covid Vaccine: Report.

Britain is close to agreeing a 500 million pound ($624 million) supply deal with Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline for 60 million doses of their potential COVID-19 vaccine, the Sunday Times reported.

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Kyiv mayor reports 78 new COVID-19 cases in past day.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city is 5,543.

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Thousands attend Black Lives Matter protests in Australia.

A rally in Sydney on Sunday began with a ceremony at which people mourned the Indigenous Australians who have died in police custody.

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Coronavirus: U.S. holiday could fuel COVID-19 outbreak, experts warn

Johns Hopkins on Sunday counted 45,300 new coronavirus infections reported Saturday in the U.S. after three days in which the daily count reached as high as 54,500 new cases.

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Up to 34 dead as heavy rains flood southern Japan

Helicopters and boats rescued more people from their homes in the Kumamoto region.

2 killed, 8 injured in shooting at nightclub in South Carolina: police.

No one was immediately taken into custody. The sheriff's office had ``some suspect information,'' Lewis said at the press conference, but wasn't sure if there were multiple shooters.

Seventeen Ukrainians arriving from Kyiv detained in Athens.

Ukrainians complain about poor conditions and unsanitary conditions.

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Monument To Stalin's Victims Vandalized In Siberia

A monument to victims of political repression has been defaced with paint in the Siberian city of Taishet.

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Coronavirus Cases Rising In Saudi Arabia, UAE After Curfews Lifted.

Saudi Arabia's coronavirus infections have passed 200,000 and neighbouring United Arab Emirates 50,000, with the number of new cases climbing after the Arab world's two largest economies fully lifted...

600 Amazon Tribe Members Free Kidnapped People After Covid Kills Leader.

Amazonian tribe members in Ecuador released six people they had kidnapped to demand the release of the body of a leader killed by the coronavirus, the government said on Saturday.

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