Kazakh Opposition Plans Rallies For Democratic Reform.

Two opposition groups in Kazakhstan, one banned as extremist by authorities, are hoping to hold unsanctioned rallies in several cities on June 6 to demand democratic reforms in the Central Asian nation.

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Former Special Counsel Defends Probe Into Russian Interference In 2016 Election.

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Fifth Night Of Anti-Government Protests In Belgrade Peaceful.

Several thousand people gathered in front of the Serbian parliament building in Belgrade on July 11 for a fifth consecutive night of anti-government protests that started over the government’s plans to reintroduce a coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus: Trump wears face mask for first time during a public appearance.

As he left the White House, he told reporters: "When you're in a hospital, especially ... I think it's expected to wear a mask."

Thousands of Israelis protest Netanyahu’s handling of coronavirus pandemic.

With economic stress deepening in recent weeks, many Israelis think the government has not done enough to compensate hundreds of thousands of workers who lost their jobs as a result of restrictions and shutdowns.

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