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Joe Biden pitches Scranton roots in battle for blue-collar votes.

Biden has long played up his blue-collar roots in Scranton, Pa., even when he was a senator in neighbouring Delaware.

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Iran’s supreme leader urges authorities to prioritize fighting coronavirus.

Iran's death toll from the global pandemic topped 32,000 this week.

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A look at the campaign promises Trump has and hasn’t kept as the U.

Trump has checked off some items on his to-do list, but has also fallen short on many as he asks voters for a second term in the White House.

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Law on Intelligence required by NATO comes into force.

The law was published in the Ukrainian parliament's official newspaper "Holos Ukrainy" on October 23.

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U.S. election: Americans in Canada increasingly being counted in presidential race

There are an estimated 620,000 eligible American voters in Canada, but in 2016, only five per cent, or about 33,000, actually voted.

U.S. election: Trump to vote, hold 3 rallies as Biden zeroes in on Pennsylvania

More than 52 million votes have already been cast, with an additional 100 million or so expected before a winner is declared.

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Top Trump advisor Stephen Miller wants more countries to field U.

Miller also forecast a broader offensive against so-called ``sanctuary'' jurisdictions that limit co-operation with federal immigration authorities.

Problems predicted for Pennsylvania’s new early voting program.

Early voting is immensely popular in Pennsylvania. It's also sparked a lot of partisan handwringing.

Over 50 million Americans have voted early, suggesting huge U.

Michael McDonald, a professor who administers the U.S. Elections Project, predicts a record turnout of about 150 million or 65 per cent of eligible voters.

U.S. election: Biden, Trump lawyer up for potential court battle over the White House

The race is already thought to be the most litigated in American history, with some 260 lawsuits arising from the coronavirus by one tally.

Deputy PM: 9.5 mln Ukrainians suffer from Russian occupation

The death toll from the Donbas war in the territories controlled by the Ukrainian government alone was 14,000 people.

Govt official says Ukraine won't supply water to Crimea amid Russian occupation.

No formal or informal negotiations on this issue are currently being held.

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Foreign Minister Kuleba: Confidence in PACE undermined by return of Russian delegation.

Permanent Representative of Ukraine Tarasyuk says Russia owes almost EUR 9 million due to be paid to the budget of the Council of Europe.

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Yatsenyuk at Kyiv Security Forum: 'Putin's eyes are full of blood'.

The Normandy Four countries and the United States should make Russia fulfill the Minsk agreements in the Ukrainian interpretation or they should set a condition that Russia signs a new international legal agreement with security guarantees for Ukr...

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Yatsenyuk: Sustainable peace can be achieved through expansion of EU, NATO borders.

The only answer on how to achieve sustainable peace and stability in Europe is to expand the borders of the European Union and NATO, according to Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the head of the Kyiv Security Forum (KSF) and Ukraine's prime minister in 2014...

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U.S., EU, NATO call on Ukraine to create Rada committee to oversee intelligence agencies

Effective parliamentary oversight is vital to promoting democratic governance.

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Mitch McConnell’s mysteriously bruised hands spark health questions.

Photos of the U.S. Senate Majority Leader's bruised hands have ignited speculation about his health ahead of the election.

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Kyiv's court greenlights national poll on local election day.

The ruling was handed down on Friday, October 23.

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OPORA predicts voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections at up to 40%.

The voter turnout in Ukraine's local elections on October 25 may reach up to 40%, according to the head of the OPORA civil network, Olha Aivazovska.

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Preparations for Normandy Four advisors' meeting underway – FM Kuleba.

After that, the ministry will plan a meeting of foreign ministers.

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Ukraine expects issue of its membership to be included in NATO 2030 strategy.

Ukraine expects that the issue of its membership will be included in the NATO 2030 strategy which will determine the future of the Alliance for the next ten years.

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Over 300 Ukrainians taking part in UN peacekeeping missions – Kuleba.

More than 300 Ukrainians are taking part in United Nations peacekeeping operations, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said.

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Russian aggression and pandemic: Tusk defines biggest challenges for EU, Ukraine.

Russia's aggression and coronavirus pandemic are the biggest challenges that Ukraine and Europe face today.

Ukraine is key country in global geopolitics - Fukuyama.

Ukraine is a key country in global geopolitics today and for the future of democracy around the world, according to Francis Fukuyama, professor at the Stanford University.

Tusk: West should guarantee Eastern European countries EU, NATO membership.

The Western community must guarantee all concerned Eastern European countries the prospect of EU and NATO membership.

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