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North Korea denies letter sent to Trump

North Korea denies letter sent to Trump

A key official at South Korea's presidential office relayed to reporters on Sunday that Trump told President Moon Jae-in he had received a "warm letter" from Kim during their phone conversation the pr...

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Biden: I would pick Michelle Obama as VP 'in a heartbeat'

Biden: I would pick Michelle Obama as VP 'in a heartbeat'

The Obamas are great friends. He committed to choosing a woman but did not commit to choosing a woman of colour. "I think it's really important now that we establish once and for all, we should ha...

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Ontario confirms 606 new cases of coronavirus, 31 more deaths

Ontario confirms 606 new cases of coronavirus, 31 more deaths

He says we are in a better position today than we were several weeks ago. "The numbers clearly show that the steps we have taken as a province are working", he said . According to data released Tue...

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President Trump takes jab at Gov

President Trump takes jab at Gov

The administration of US President Donald Trump has said there are enough tests for each state to move in to "phase one", ending some stay-at-home restrictions. The governor has at times been critic...

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'Hollywood tale': Iran hits back at USA account of Gulf encounter

'Hollywood tale': Iran hits back at USA account of Gulf encounter

The force warned that any "miscalculation will receive a decisive response". According to the U.S., the Iranian ships approached six USA military ships while they were conducting integration opera...

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Italy coronavirus death toll lowest in almost a month

Italy coronavirus death toll lowest in almost a month

In another positive development, the number of active cases of the novel coronavirus - excluding deaths and recoveries - fell for the first time, by 20, to 108,237. The Corriere della Sera newspaper...

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Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 126 to 1,769: health minister

Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 126 to 1,769: health minister

They have both surpassed China, where COVID-19 emerged, the figures show. Health Minister Fahrettin Koca tweeted an image showing there were 3,977 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the past 24 hour...

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Lal called Police before he was shot dead

He was reportedly using the machete to smash windows, damage cars and cut power lines. Advancing towards the officer, Lal was shot. The man died at the scene despite being provided with immediate ...

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Facebook is removing some posts promoting anti-lockdown protests

Facebook is removing some posts promoting anti-lockdown protests

Protests have erupted around the United States in recent days as shutdown orders have been extended, just as record numbers of Americans lose their jobs. Twitter Inc ruled that Trump's tweets did not ...

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Russian Jet Intercepts US Navy Aircraft Over Mediterranean Sea

Officials with the U.S. Navy's 6th Fleet said the Russian jet, incompatible with good airmanship and universal flight rules, came within 25 feet of the P-8 while flying in worldwide airspace. Naval Fo...

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Fewer COVID-19 cases in South Korea

Fewer COVID-19 cases in South Korea

This is the total number of people who are being tested positive two times in south Korea up at 179. At the peak of disease, South Korea had reported 909 new cases in a single-day increase on Febr...

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US Reports 1,433 New COVID-19 Deaths, Count Surpasses 42,000-Mark

US Reports 1,433 New COVID-19 Deaths, Count Surpasses 42,000-Mark

In total, the USA has registered at least 41,379 fatalities from coronavirus. The epidemic has actually asserted 34,575 stays in the United States since Friday, and also 22,745 individuals have actu...

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Bahrain's grand mosque to hold limited Taraweeh prayers during Ramadan

Bahrain's grand mosque to hold limited Taraweeh prayers during Ramadan

US President Donald Trump has said that the country's Muslims must follow the rules of social distance during Ramadan , just as Christians had to do on Easter. The lunar fasting month, set to begi...

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Australia demands coronavirus enquiry, adding to pressure on China

Australia demands coronavirus enquiry, adding to pressure on China

Australia has managed to get its epidemic under control before it strained its public health system, reporting 53 new cases on Sunday. Australia - which has recorded 6,600 coronavirus cases and 70 ...

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North Korean President In Serious Danger After Surgery

North Korean President In Serious Danger After Surgery

The North Koreans fired off missiles on that birthday but Mr. Kim was not shown supervising the launches by the country's Korean Central News Agency, as usually happens. South Korea's Unification Mini...

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Trump says governors playing 'political game' with virus tests

Trump says governors playing 'political game' with virus tests

Vice President Mike Pence said that every U.S. state had the ability to do enough testing to allow preliminary re-opening of the economy and a partial restart of normal life in America. "Last month al...

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London mayor calls for compulsory face masks on public transport

London mayor calls for compulsory face masks on public transport

Mr Khan explained, he believes the non-medical facial coverings should only be used in circumstances when you have to leave the house and can not keep a safe distance from others. A total of 14,576 pe...

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Donald Trump Advisor Compares Stay-At-Home Protesters To Rosa Parks

Donald Trump Advisor Compares Stay-At-Home Protesters To Rosa Parks

Moore, who is a member of the White House council to reopen the country, told The Washington Post in a Friday night report that the stay-at-home order protesters indicate "a boiling point that has b...

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On Mob-Killing Of Sadhus, Uddhav Thackeray's Assurance To Amit Shah | Read

On Mob-Killing Of Sadhus, Uddhav Thackeray's Assurance To Amit Shah | Read

The available facts and a few videos in possession of the Zee Media show inept handling of the situation by the police, who could have saved the precious lives of the trio. Many of these false rumours...

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Federal parties butting heads over how often to reconvene Parliament

Federal parties butting heads over how often to reconvene Parliament

There will also be two virtual sittings of parliament per week with 90 minutes for questions on Tuesday and Thursday. A government motion calling for the House of Commons to meet in person once a ...

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Chambers County could see severe weather on Sunday for second straight week

Chambers County could see severe weather on Sunday for second straight week

Get ready, South Carolina, another round of severe storms could be heading our way tomorrow. Meanwhile the Euro Model is much more bullish on thunderstorm activity.somewhere in between, is what th...

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WHO head warns worst of virus is still ahead

WHO head warns worst of virus is still ahead

The statement said the ministers adopted preventative measures to contain the pandemic , but did not elaborate. "Without national unity and global solidarity, trust us, the worst is yet ahead of ...

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Andrew Cuomo offers 400 ventilators to MA

Andrew Cuomo offers 400 ventilators to MA

Andrew Cuomo says he spoke to Gov. Charlie Baker over the weekend, who said MA could soon need 400 more ventilators. "I think you can say the worst is over because the worst here are people dying",...

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Coronavirus deaths down in NY, but officials urge vigilance

Coronavirus deaths down in NY, but officials urge vigilance

He announced Monday the city canceled major event permits through June, including for the Pride March, celebrating its 50th anniversary, and the Puerto Rican Day Parade. "I want you to see how much en...

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Supreme Court Rules Criminal Convictions by Juries Must Be Unanimous

Supreme Court Rules Criminal Convictions by Juries Must Be Unanimous

Federal courts and all other states require an unanimous verdict for crimes such as manslaughter, rape and arson. A 1972 Supreme Court ruling that state court juries did not have to be unanimous dro...

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Meghan 'grateful' to work on Disney doc 'Elephants'

Meghan 'grateful' to work on Disney doc 'Elephants'

Following various lawsuits over the past year, the duke and duchess formally stated that "there will be no corroboration and zero engagement" with four British tabloids: the Sun , the Daily Mail , t...

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Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy activists and media tycoon

Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy activists and media tycoon

Hong Kong has stopped short of a full lockdown like those imposed in other cities such as London and NY. Among those detained in the swoop were prominent figures in the movement, including millio...

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joins protest against coronavirus lockdown

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joins protest against coronavirus lockdown

The far-right Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro , joined an anti-lockdown coronavirus protest in Brasilia on Sunday. Bolsonaro, who was not wearing a face mask, addressed a crowd of a few hundred...

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Coronavirus lockdown: NZ to ease restrictions after 'stopping explosion'

Coronavirus lockdown: NZ to ease restrictions after 'stopping explosion'

Speaking at today's 4pm press conference, Ardern said that New Zealand has "stopped a wave of devastation" with its strict level four restrictions, and that going hard and early has given it the best ...

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COVID-19 patient treated with plasma therapy at Delhi hospital shows improvement

COVID-19 patient treated with plasma therapy at Delhi hospital shows improvement

Many countries, including the US, China, France and India, have started trials of the treatment. When attacked by a pathogen, our immune systems produce antibodies and in this therapy, these antibod...

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New York State Antibody Testing Survey Process Begins Today

New York State Antibody Testing Survey Process Begins Today

The latest figures appear to suggest a downward trend in the daily increase to the death toll, which has fallen significantly from the 778 deaths announced in a 24-hour period on Monday. The governor ...

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Trump's lockdown exit plan 'delusional,' say opponents

Trump's lockdown exit plan 'delusional,' say opponents

Governors in USA states hardest hit by the novel coronavirus have sparred with President Donald Trump over claims they have enough tests and should quickly reopen their economies. And we weren't...

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China's Coronavirus Death Toll Increases By 50% After Revision

China's Coronavirus Death Toll Increases By 50% After Revision

He accused the World Health Organization of " severely mismanaging and covering up " the coronavirus crisis, specifically the initial outbreak in China. It was important to know the number of peop...

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COVID-19 symptoms map shows where people are feeling sick

Facebook said it doesn't receive, collect or store individual survey responses. Delphi Research Center on Monday made public the initial results of their USA symptom survey that was promoted on Fac...

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Israel's Netanyahu and Gantz sign unity government deal

Israel's Netanyahu and Gantz sign unity government deal

Netanyahu and Gantz, a former army chief, have been negotiating on a rotation deal under which they each serve as prime minister for two years of a four-year term. Beginning July 1, Netanyahu will be...

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