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Joe Biden pitches Scranton roots in battle for blue-collar votes.

Biden has long played up his blue-collar roots in Scranton, Pa., even when he was a senator in neighbouring Delaware.

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Kyiv mayor Klitschko tested positive for coronavirus.

The official says he has to self-isolate and work from home.

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‘I voted for a guy named Trump’: US president votes in Florida.

Trump hit rallies in three swing states, Biden heads to Pennsylvania

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Hundreds of protesters in Belarus continue to push for president’s resignation.

Several hundred women marched across the capital of Belarus in heavy rain Saturday to demand the resignation of the country's authoritarian president, continuing more than 2 1/2 months of protests against his challenged reelection to a sixth term.

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Suicide bombing at Kabul education centre kills 18

Attack comes as teams representing insurgents and government meet in Qatar to seek peace deal

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France Deports Bosnians Who Shaved Daughter's Head Over Relationship With Serb.

France has expelled family members of a Bosnian Muslim teenager who forcibly shaved her head because she wanted to marry a Christian Serbian man, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said.

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18 Dead, 57 Injured In Suicide Bombing At Afghanistan's Education Centre.

A suicide bombing at an education centre in Afghanistan's capital Kabul killed at least 18 people and wounded dozens more on Saturday, officials said.

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Health ministry reports record number of daily PCR tests for COVID-19.

In total, 67,573 tests were conducted in the country in the past day.

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18 dead, 57 wounded in suicide bombing at education centre in Afghanistan: officials.

Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian says that the attacker was trying to enter the centre when he was stopped by security guards.

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Police In Belarus Detain Nine Protesters, As Women Stage Regular Weekend Rally.

Police in Belarus have detained nine protesters as hundreds of women staged their regular weekend march in the capital to pressure the Belarusian government and Alyaksandr Lukashenka to step aside or call new elections.

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Police In Belarus Detain Nine Protesters, As Women Stage Regular Weekend Rally.

Police in Belarus have detained nine protesters as hundreds of women staged their regular weekend march in the capital to pressure the Belarusian government and Alyaksandr Lukashenka to step aside or call new elections.

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Several Detained Amid Women’s Protest March In Belarus.

Police in Belarus have detained at least nine protesters as hundreds of women staged their regular weekend march in the capital, Minsk, on October 24 to pressure Alyaksandr Lukashenka to step aside or call new elections. The march precedes a large...

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France Expels 5 Of A Family For Forcibly Shaving Teen's Head Over Affair.

Five family members of a Bosnian teenager who forcibly shaved her head over her relationship with a Christian Serb man have been expelled from France, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said Saturday.

Two companies restart virus trials in US after safety pauses.

Companies said Friday serious illnesses in few volunteers appeared not to be related to vaccines

Two companies restart Covid-19 vaccine trials in US after safety pauses.

Companies said Friday serious illnesses in few volunteers appeared not to be related to vaccines

Iran’s supreme leader urges authorities to prioritize fighting coronavirus.

Iran's death toll from the global pandemic topped 32,000 this week.

Donald Trump Votes Early In Florida In US Presidential Election.

US President Donald Trump cast an early ballot Saturday in the US election as he geared for another grueling day of campaigning.

Ukrainian-British exercises 'Warrior Watcher-2020' being held in Mykolaiv.

KYIV. Oct 24 (Interfax-Ukraine) –The Ukrainian-British exercises "Warrior Watcher-2020" are taking place in Mykolaiv with the participation of representatives of the Naval Forces, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Armed Forces o...

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Ethiopia attacks Trump’s claim that Egypt will ‘blow up’ dam.

Egypt says it wants to settle dispute through diplomatic means but also would use ‘all available means’ to defend interests of people

Russia records 16,521 COVID-19 cases, 296 deaths over past 24 hours - coronavirus response HQ.

KYIV. Oct 24 (Interfax-Ukraine) –Russia has recorded another 16,521 new coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours, and 296 people diagnosed earlier with coronavirus have died over this period, the coronavirus response headquarters said in a stateme...

A look at the campaign promises Trump has and hasn’t kept as the U.

Trump has checked off some items on his to-do list, but has also fallen short on many as he asks voters for a second term in the White House.

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Arakhamia finds parcel under wheel of his car, police work on spot.

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Cinemas allowed to work in «red» quarantine zone - Ministry of Culture.

KYIV. Oct 24 (Interfax-Ukraine) –In Ukraine, cinemas are allowed to work in the "red" quarantine zone, the decision was made by The State Commission on Technogenic and Environmental Safety and Emergency Situations, the press service of the Ministr...

Law on Intelligence required by NATO comes into force.

The law was published in the Ukrainian parliament's official newspaper "Holos Ukrainy" on October 23.

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Bribery of voters revealed In Boryspil, citizens were offered UAH 500 for 'vote' - police.

KYIV. Oct 24 (Interfax-Ukraine) –Law enforcement officers have identified a 27-year-old malefactor who organized a voter bribery network in Boryspil, the Kyiv region police communications department reports.

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