Report: U.S. Officials Discussed Conducting First Nuke Test In Decades

The Washington Post has reported that officials in U.S. President Donald Trump's administration discussed whether to conduct the country's first nuclear test explosion since 1992.

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‘Cry for freedom’: Thousands turn out to Black Lives Matter vigil in Calgary on Saturday.

Calgarians packed Olympic Plaza for a Black Lives Matter vigil on Saturday, making their voices heard on abolishing racism and police brutality.

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Saudi-Russia OPEC+ Alliance Extends Oil Cuts

The OPEC oil cartel and allied countries on June 6 agreed to a one-month extension of record production cuts, in hopes of stabilizing oil markets hit by a coronavirus-induced economic slowdown. 

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Londoners find unlikely gathering place to mourn loved ones lost during COVID-19.

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