Ukrainian Police Detain Far-Right Activists For Hooliganism Against Pro-Russia Party Headquarters.

Seventeen members of a far-right group have been detained for attacking the headquarters of Ukraine’s largest pro-Russia political party in Kyiv. 

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Afghanistan’s Foreign Ministry says that authorities in Iran’s Yazd Province have accepted that their police forces shot a vehicle carrying Afghan migrants earlier this week, killing three people.

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Hundreds Attend Book Fair In Moscow Despite Coronavirus Curbs.

Hundreds of people attended an outdoor book fair in Moscow’s Red Square on June 6, though some publishing houses decided to stay away, citing health risks amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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