Thousands In Khabarovsk Protest Arrest Of Russian Governor.

Tens of thousands of people in the Far Eastern Russian city of Khabarovsk marched in an unsanctioned rally on July 18 to protest the arrest of a local governor.

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North Korean National Gets Seven Years In Prison For Attacking Russian Border Guards.

A court in Russia's far eastern city of Nakhodka sentenced a North Korean citizen on September 18 to seven years in prison for attacking Russian border guards.

North Korean National Gets Seven Years In Prison For Attacking Russian Border Guards.

A court in Russia's far eastern city of Nakhodka sentenced a North Korean citizen on September 18 to seven years in prison for attacking Russian border guards.Earlier in July, another North Korean man was sentenced to four years in prison in the h...

Border Crossing Points In Belarus Continue To Function After Lukashenka's Order To Shut Down Borders.

The Belarusian State Border Committee says it has strengthened border controls, but entry and exit crossing points remain open despite a statement by President Alyaksandr Lukashenka that the country needed to take measures on its western edge.

COVID-19: Uzbekistan To Lift Ban On International Flights From October 1.

Uzbekistan says it will lift a ban on international flights to and from the Central Asian nation as of October 1.

Australia to allow more citizens abroad to return as coronavirus cases ease again.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there were an estimated 24,000 stranded Australians wanting to return home, which the government has pledged to facilitate before Christmas.

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Belarus Opposition Leader To Address UN Rights Body.

Belarus opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya will address the UN Human Rights Council by video on September 18 during an urgent debate called by the European Union to discuss a crackdown on dissent following last month’s election.

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Open Russia Director Detained After Release From Moscow Jail.

Prominent Russian activist Andrei Pivovarov has been detained at the exit of a Moscow detention center immediately after being released from serving a 14-day sentence for breaking protest laws.

Coronavirus: Halloween trick-or-treating banned in Woodstock, N.

New Brunswick health officials say they are working on creating recommendations for a safe Halloween during COVID-19.

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Global coronavirus cases surpass 30 million as deaths continue to rise.

Coronavirus is continuing to spread across the globe, with the number of confirmed cases surpassing 30 million in 188 countries on Thursday.

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U.S., European Allies Among 29 Countries Condemning Internet Shutdowns In Belarus

Twenty-nine countries including the United States and Germany issued on joint statement on September 17 condemning Belarus for Internet shutdowns and blocking websites after a "fraudulent" presidential election last month.

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