Nine More Kyrgyz Presidential Staffers Test Positive For Coronavirus.

The chief of staff to the Kyrgyz president and eight other employees tested positive for the coronavirus on June 27, bringing the number of infections to 17 within President Sooronbai Jeenbekov's administration.

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U.S. Revokes Permission For PIA Flights Citing Concern Over Pilot Certifications

By RFE/RLThe U.S. Department of Transportation has revoked permission for Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to conduct special direct flights to the United States because of concerns over Pakistani pilot certifications.The permission was revok...

Coronavirus: Bolivia president, Venezuela’s No. 2 leader both test positive

The infections in Venezuela, Brazil and Bolivia, which is seeing a spike in cases, come after Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez tested positive in June and was briefly hospitalized.

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