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First Ever Nest Of Asian Giant Hornets Found In US

After months of meticulous tracking, authorities in the western US state of Washington on Friday said they had uncovered the first ever nest of the deadly Asian giant hornet in the country.

NASA Works To Head Off Losing Too Much Osiris-Rex Asteroid Dust.

NASA said Friday that its robotic spacecraft Osiris-Rex had succeeded in collecting a large sample of particles from the Bennu asteroid this week -- but so much that it was leaking.

«We're Learning To Die With Coronavirus... Dark Winter Ahead» : Joe Biden

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Friday said Americans are not learning to live with COVID-19, but learning to die with it as the pandemic has dwarfed anything that the country faced in...

Missing Parents In Focus As Donald Trump, Joe Biden Spar Over Immigration.

A testy exchange between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in Thursday's TV debate has renewed focus on the unknown whereabouts of parents of 545 migrant children separated from their families under US...

Problems predicted for Pennsylvania’s new early voting program.

Early voting is immensely popular in Pennsylvania. It's also sparked a lot of partisan handwringing.

Over 50 million Americans have voted early, suggesting huge U.

Michael McDonald, a professor who administers the U.S. Elections Project, predicts a record turnout of about 150 million or 65 per cent of eligible voters.

U.S. Sanctions Russian Research Institution Tied to Malware That Targets Industrial Systems

The United States has sanctioned a Russian government research institute connected to the development of a computer malware capable of targeting industrial safety systems and causing catastrophic damage.

Controversy swirls over alleged censorship of Pope Francis’ civil union quote.

The firestorm the remarks created over the film has highlighted the Vatican's often self-inflicted communications wounds and Francis' willingness to push his own agenda.

France Passes One Million COVID-19 Cases Since Pandemic Began.

France has registered more than one million cases of coronavirus since the global pandemic began, with more than 40,000 new infections reported in the last 24 hours, French health services said on...

U.S. election: Biden, Trump lawyer up for potential court battle over the White House

The race is already thought to be the most litigated in American history, with some 260 lawsuits arising from the coronavirus by one tally.

Astrazeneca, Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Trials Back On Track In US.

Two major clinical trials for experimental Covid-19 vaccines got back on track in the United States Friday -- providing a glimmer of hope as the number of cases skyrocket across the country.

Joe Biden Pledges Free Covid Vaccine For «Everyone» In US If Elected.

Democrat Joe Biden said Friday that if elected president he would mandate Covid-19 vaccines be free for all Americans, part of a national strategy to "get ahead" of the coronavirus.

US election: Trump travels to Florida as he steps up campaigning.

‘The longer Donald Trump is president, the more reckless he gets,’ Biden tells Delaware

Bulgaria Joins U.S. Initiative To Block Chinese Companies From Building 5G Networks

The United States and Bulgaria on October 23 signed a memorandum on the security of 5G wireless communications networks under which Bulgaria commits to protecting its 5G networks from “untrusted” Chinese tech companies such as Huawei.

Historian Liubov Krupnyk: Among Soviet lawyers were «black sheep» who tried to actually defend dissidents.

Public interest in the case of Vasyl Stus hasn't abated, so UNIAN spoke with historian Liubov Krupnyk about whether there were lawyers in Soviet times who really defended their clients, or whether everyone, without exception, danced to the KGB's t...

Deputy PM: 9.5 mln Ukrainians suffer from Russian occupation

The death toll from the Donbas war in the territories controlled by the Ukrainian government alone was 14,000 people.

Thousands Rally In Budapest To Protect Arts University.

Around 10,000 people have marched through the Hungarian capital to rally for the autonomy of the University of Theater and Film Arts (SZFE).

How would a Biden presidency affect Ireland – and the world?.

Hopes of a return to international co-operation under Biden may be premature

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PM Shmyhal: Boosting gas output, energy independence among government's priorities.

The prime minister commissioned the ministries to intensify the work on concluding relevant agreements.

Tusk Blasts Hungarian PM's Vision Of Democracy, Says Belarus Opposition 'Close To Victory'.

The head of the European center-right European People’s Party (EPP) says Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s vision of "illiberal democracy" is in fact spearheading the creation of a "degenerate democracy" in his country.

Sudan to normalise ties with Israel in move dubbed by Palestinians as ‘a stab in the back’.

Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu thanks Donald Trump for helping broker deal

Pompeo steps up diplomatic efforts to end Nagorno-Karabakh fighting.

Azerbaijan and Armenian forces clash as prospects of peace settlement ‘very remote’

Marcus Rashford praised after businesses rally to offer free school meals.

Manchester United striker hailed a ‘hero’ after bid to provide free meals to children

Libya’s main warring factions sign permanent ceasefire.

Agreement reached between two sides amid international and local scepticism

Govt official says Ukraine won't supply water to Crimea amid Russian occupation.

No formal or informal negotiations on this issue are currently being held.

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