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Thousands protest in Israel, call for Netanyahu to resign.

Netanyahu has seen his popularity drop in recent weeks as he comes under criticism from a series of directions.

Russia-led forces use Fagot anti-tank missile system in Donbas, six Ukrainian soldiers wounded.

Another soldier was wounded as a result of enemy shelling near the village of Vodiane.

Britain Bans China's Huawei From 5G, Handing US Big Win.

Britain on Tuesday bowed to growing US pressure and ordered the phased removal of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei from its 5G network despite warnings of retaliation from Beijing.

Serbia and Montenegro taken off EU safe list for non-essential travel.

Covid-19 infection levels also prompted consideration of removing Algeria and Morocco

Puma prince? War vet and his cat lead police on manhunt in Polish woods.

The Afghan war vet said he was 'under the influence of emotions' when he ran off with his puma during a botched handoff to a local zoo.

Three Pakistani Soldiers Killed In Balochistan Ambush.

The Pakistani military says three soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded in an ambush in the restive southwestern province of Balochistan.

No Intention To Hurt Sentiments: Nepal Clarifies PM Oli's Ayodhya Remark.

Under fire for his controversial remarks on Ayodhya and Lord Ram, the Nepal government on Tuesday launched a damage control act to clarify that the statements of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli were "not...

Human rights activists report repressions against Crimean Tatars in occupied Crimea.

Russia continues repressions against the Crimean Tatars and pro-Ukrainian citizens in the annexed peninsula, Bariev says.

US Government Rescinds Order Denying Visas To Foreign Students.

The United States government rescinded its controversial decision to revoke foreign student visas whose courses move online due to coronavirus, a federal judge said Tuesday.

Life Ban Upheld For Former Chief Of Afghan Soccer Federation.

The former head of Afghanistan’s soccer federation on July 14 lost his appeal against a life ban for sexually abusing players from the women’s national team.

Canada, U.S. likely to extend border closure into late August: sources

Officials familiar with the ongoing talks told the Canadian Press another extension is all but inevitable, thanks to a towering wave of new COVID-19 cases in the U.S.

Windsor-Essex is one of Canada’s worst coronavirus hotspots.

The region is home to an increasing number of new cases — the vast majority among migrant workers in agricultural settings.

Pain, heartache continue as families of those killed on downed Ukrainian plane wait for answers.

'I don't feel this pain is healing at all. I feel, in the last six months, it has deepened in this anger and this sadness,'

NATO forces return to Black Sea

Apart from conducting maritime security patrols in international waters, the two exercises will help enhance interoperability between Allies and regional partners.

Judge rejects $19m settlement for Weinstein accusers.

Court rules claims in class-action suit against convicted rapist too varied to be grouped together

Mike Pompeo Urges «Free And Fair» Hong Kong Vote After China Warning.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday urged free elections in Hong Kong after China said pro-democracy parties' primaries may have breached a tough new security law.

Hefty Prison Terms Sought For 'New Greatness' Youth Activists.

A Russian prosecutor has demanded that three members of the New Greatness youth activist group facing extremism charges receive between four and 7.5 years in prison.

No Vaccine, No Carnival, Warn Rio's Samba Schools Amid Coronavirus Crisis.

Some of Rio's biggest samba schools say they will not participate in next year's Carnival unless a coronavirus vaccine is widely available, Brazilian media reported Tuesday.

Navalny Summoned For Questioning In Libel Case

Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny has been summoned for questioning in a criminal case launched over comments he made on social media.

Jeffrey Epstein's Girlfriend Denies Charges Of Sex Trafficking In US.

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty in a New York court Tuesday to sex trafficking minors for her former partner, the late financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Reuters: EU removes Serbia, Montenegro from coronavirus safe list.

The updated list will be published in coming hours or days.

Fears rise of Covid-19 outbreak among displaced in Idlib.

Cases confirmed in doctors and nurse with concern virus will move fast through camps

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France faces ‘economic and social crisis’ due to Covid-19.

Macron asks all citizens to wear face masks and says country prepared for a second wave

Quarantine in Kyiv may be extended until 2022 – media.

During this period, Ukrainians will suffer the infection like a common cold, the expert believes.

Baby Infected With COVID-19 In The Womb: Study

Doctors in France have described what they said was the first confirmed case of a newborn infected in the womb with COVID-19 by the mother.

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