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Zelensky ready to pay fine for indoor meeting at café amid quarantine.

Cafés and restaurants are allowed to work as open-air seating subject to 1.5-meter social distancing rules.

Madeleine Mccann Is Dead, German Prosecutor Says

Madeleine McCann, the British girl who disappeared in Portugal in 2007 aged just three, is dead, Germany's prosecutor said on Thursday after identifying an imprisoned German child abuser as a murder...

Environmental disaster over lack of water unfolding in occupied Crimea.

The dry soil is now seen where there used to be a water-storage basin.

COVID-19 pandemic hits world’s poorest hard as cases rise in India, Pakistan.

The urgency of finding a way to stem outbreaks was evident as India on Thursday reported yet another record number of new infections, at 9,304, with 260 deaths in the previous 24 hours.

Decision To Place Anti-Putin Shaman In Psychiatric Clinic Challenged.

A Siberian court ruling placing in a psychiatric clinic a Siberian shaman who gained notoriety for claiming to want to remove President Vladimir Putin from power has been challenged by several Russian lawmakers.

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PM Shmyhal says Ukraine manages to cope with COVID-19 challenges in spring.

The COVID-19 case fatality rate in Ukraine remains lower than in most countries.

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Google Pledges USD 37 Million To Fight Racism

Internet giant Google would give USD 37 million to fight racism, CEO Sunder Pichai has announced, in the wake of the nationwide protest in the US against the custodial killing of African-American...

Donald Trump is in trouble, and that could spell very bad news.

Edward Luce: Increasingly desperate US president would sabotage democracy to stay in power

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Eight regions, Kyiv city not ready to ease quarantine measures - Health Ministry.

As of June 4, eight regions of Ukraine and Kyiv city do not meet all the necessary criteria for easing quarantine measures introduced to prevent the coronavirus spread.

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Health Ministry elaborates on COVID-19 death rate dynamics in Ukraine.

The ministry calls on Ukrainians to observe the social distancing and personal hygiene rules.

Madeleine McCann disappearance: German police investigate new suspect for murder.

Though numerous suspects have come to light in the case previously, family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said that it seems as if there is something different this time.

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Ukraine to stop levying war tax on income on government bonds.

The relevant amendments were introduced in the Tax Code.

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George Floyd protests calm in the U.S. after new charges laid against officers

The move by prosecutors punctuated an unprecedented week in modern American history, in which largely peaceful protests took place in communities of all sizes but were rocked by bouts of violence.

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US police unions accused of standing in the way of urgent reform.

Politicians who attempt to improve police oversight ‘face intimidation’ by union leaders

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George Floyd Was Infected With COVID-19, Autopsy Reveals.

George Floyd, whose fatal encounter with Minneapolis police stirred a global outcry over racial bias by US law enforcement, tested positive for the coronavirus, his autopsy showed, but the infection...

Ukraine to lift restrictions on farmland purchases by foreigners under condition – Zelensky.

According to the president, the restrictions will be lifted only when Ukrainian farmers get access to lending at low rates.

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Pakistan Couple Allegedly Murders 7-Year-Old Domestic Help, Arrested.

A Pakistan couple have been arrested for allegedly murdering their seven-year-old maid after she was blamed for letting a pet bird escape, police said, the latest case of violence against child...

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«Sincere Apologies» : US Envoy After Gandhi Statue Damaged In Washington.

A statue of Mahatma Gandhi outside the Indian embassy in Washington DC was vandalised, amid the ongoing protests in the United States. The incident is reported to have taken place on the intervening...

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Health minister names Ukraine's regions with largest number of COVID-19 cases in past day.

In total, 14,301 tests were conducted in the country over the period under review.

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Stefanishyna appointed Ukraine's deputy prime minister for European integration.

The Verkhovna Rada has appointed Olha Stefanishyna as Ukraine's deputy prime minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

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New York Police Officers Attacked While On Duty To Stop Looting.

A man armed with a knife stabbed a New York policeman in the neck on Wednesday and two officers who ran to his rescue were wounded before they shot the attacker multiple times, police said.

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Hong Kong legislature outlaws insults to China’s national anthem.

Liquid was dropped in the chamber by politican in protest

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Ruling faction's head: Bill to legalize gambling may be put to vote soon.

Some 3,500 amendments to the bill have been submitted for its second reading.

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Verkhovna Rada appoints Tkachenko minister for culture and information policy.

The Verkhovna Rada has adopted a resolution appointing Oleksandr Tkachenko as Ukraine's minister for culture and information policy.

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Coronavirus: WHO restarts hydroxychloroquine trial

Doubts emerge over validity of study that led to trials for antimalarial drug being put on hold

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