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Trudeau government bans 1500 models of firearms

The prime minister said that there will be a two-year amnesty for current gun owners, giving them time to comply. Owners must keep the guns securely stored until there is more information on the buyba...

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FDA OKs Remdesivir Emergency Use for Severe COVID-19

FDA OKs Remdesivir Emergency Use for Severe COVID-19

Kotloff said the early data showed a 30 percent reduction in the length of time for patients to recover . It also reduced the mortality rate from 11.6% to 8%. The smaller study suggested that r...

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Was Kim Jong Un Actually Seen In Public After His Mysterious Absence?

Was Kim Jong Un Actually Seen In Public After His Mysterious Absence?

Kim Jong-Un was notably absent for the countries' Day of the Sun celebrations on April 15, which marks both the birthday of his grandfather and North Korean founder, Kim Il-sung, who died in 1994....

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Canada Bans 1,500 Models Of Military-Style Assault Weapon After Mass Shooting

Canada Bans 1,500 Models Of Military-Style Assault Weapon After Mass Shooting

Details of the buyback program need to be determined by Parliament, Trudeau added. Trudeau said the weapons were designed for one goal and one objective only: to kill the largest number of people in...

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Kim Jong-un reportedly appears in public following health rumours

Kim Jong-un reportedly appears in public following health rumours

Photos from the ceremony were not immediately released. He reportedly cut the ribbon at the opening of a fertiliser factory, KCNA reported Saturday. However, a Japanese magazine, reported late on Fr...

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Virus Outbreak: Australia eyes early end to restrictions

Virus Outbreak: Australia eyes early end to restrictions

Brendan Murphy, Australia's chief medical officer, confirmed on Friday afternoon that more than 570,000 tests have been conducted nationally. Morrison said 3.5 million people had downloaded an app o...

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New York mayor faces backlash after breaking up rabbis funeral

New York mayor faces backlash after breaking up rabbis funeral

He added that the city no longer permits these kinds of gatherings "in any community" as the crisis continues. And it can not continue. "People on the right, people on the left, it doesn't matter, th...

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Protests Erupt in Michigan Capital over Executive Order

Despite demands from Republicans and widespread calls from protesters, including armed demonstrators who made their way into Michigan's Capitol building on Thursday, Whitmer has remained defiant, re...

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"So what?" Bolsonaro's response to coronavirus deaths angers Brazilians

After the attorney general's office said it would not appeal the court injunction, Bolsonaro fired back: "I'm the one in charge around here, and I want Ramagem". The guide provides information to pare...

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Trump Thinks Armed Michigan Protesters Are 'Very Good People'

Trump Thinks Armed Michigan Protesters Are 'Very Good People'

Ensuring sufficient hand-washing or hand-sanitizing stations at the worksite. "We did not extend the state of emergency because we want to come back in and get back to the regular democratic process a...

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Wisconsin Dems push for mail-in, online voting during 2020 elections

Wisconsin Dems push for mail-in, online voting during 2020 elections

The staff of the Philadelphia Board of Elections are being reassigned and a greater number of staff are being brought back to work to process the increased number of absentee and mail-in ballot applic...

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Australia Gathers International Support for CCP Virus Inquiry

Billionaire Kerry Stokes made use of the front page of his West Australian newspaper and warned against the poking the country's biggest customer straight in the eye while the iron ore magnate Andre F...

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Russian Prime Minister Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Russian Prime Minister Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Putin said he will still seek Mishustin's approval for decisions on economic policy while he's in isolation. He and other Russian officials, including Putin, have been conducting public meetings by ...

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New WH Press Secretary McEnany Holds 1st Briefing

New WH Press Secretary McEnany Holds 1st Briefing

Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories . Although President Donald Trump is setting records for the number of press conferences, interviews on friendly outlets, and impromptu gatherings with r...

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Lockdown extended till May 17

Lockdown extended till May 17

According to an order issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, four districts of J-K have been classified as Red Zones . In Maharashtra , Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Nashik and...

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Iran denies US claim it’s helping Venezuela oil sector

Iran denies US claim it’s helping Venezuela oil sector

The United States maintains punishing sanctions on Iran aimed at containing its regional power in the Middle East and has hit Venezuela with similarly tough measures in an effort to force socialist Pr...

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Search and rescue mission for Canadian military members now a recovery mission

Search and rescue mission for Canadian military members now a recovery mission

A crew member of the Halifax-class frigate HMCS Fredericton, she was killed when the Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone helicopter crashed into the Ionian Sea between Greece and Italy, about 80 kilometres off th...

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Trump Sides With Protesters; Whitmer Bucks GOP Legislature

Trump Sides With Protesters; Whitmer Bucks GOP Legislature

Protesters gathered outside the home of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as reports say she plans to extend the state's coronavirus stay-at-home order; reaction and analysis from Fox News contribu...

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North Korea defector ‘99 percent’ sure Kim Jong Un is dead

North Korea defector ‘99 percent’ sure Kim Jong Un is dead

Ji Seong-ho, who earned a proportional representation seat of a minor party in the April 15 elections, claimed that he is 99 percent sure of Kim's death and North Korea may make the related announce...

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Michigan’s closure of bars, gyms, casinos extended to May 28

Michigan’s closure of bars, gyms, casinos extended to May 28

It includes not allowing people to travel to other homes under most conditions and bars the sale of items deemed nonessential at many stores. Whitmer's move comes he move came amid opposition from...

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Germany sees increase of 1,478 coronavirus cases, another 173 deaths reported

Germany sees increase of 1,478 coronavirus cases, another 173 deaths reported

The reproduction or infection rate under close watch by health authorities mounted again to around 1.0, meaning each infected person passes the virus on to one other, figures from the Robert Koch Inst...

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Germany bans all Hezbollah activities in the country

The Syrian authorities decisively condemned Germany's decision to designate the Lebanese Hezbollah movement as a terrorist organization and ban its activities in the European country, the country's ...

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Police find bodies in U-Haul trucks outside Flatlands funeral home

Workers in protective suits were later seen moving bodies. "I ran out of space", he told the Times. Many people working at funeral homes have expressed "concerns regarding storage", but none as ex...

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United Kingdom coronavirus toll nears Italy's, PM says nation 'past the peak'

United Kingdom coronavirus toll nears Italy's, PM says nation 'past the peak'

The prime minister led the daily coronavirus briefing for the first time since his return to work on Monday. Boris Johnson is fronting his first daily briefing since testing positive for coronavir...

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extends Michigan's emergency declaration without legislature

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extends Michigan's emergency declaration without legislature

Protestors try to enter the Michigan House of Representative chamber and are being kept out by the Michigan State Police. They also said Whitmer's stay-at-home order violated constitutional rights...

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More than 1 million people have recovered from COVID-19 worldwide

More than 1 million people have recovered from COVID-19 worldwide

The country dealt with the first major outbreak outside China, but brought the crisis under control with a massive testing campaign and intensive contact tracing. In comparison, the death toll was 6...

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S.Korea reports 9 more COVID-19 cases, 10,774 in total

S.Korea reports 9 more COVID-19 cases, 10,774 in total

For the first time since February, South Korea has not reported any new local coronavirus infections, health authorities announced on Thursday, reported Deutsche Presse-Agentur, DPA. The head of the c...

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Pompeo says 'still hopeful' for a North Korea deal

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has not been seen publicly since chairing a Worker's Party meeting on April 11. Pompeo did not elaborate on the risk of starvation in North Korea, but a North Kor...

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United Kingdom is past coronavirus peak, Prime Minister Johnson says

Johnson pointed out at a daily coronavirus briefing that the number of hospital admissions is falling and said Britain had managed to avoid an "uncontrollable and catastrophic epidemic" in which up to...

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Police shoot dead offender after stabbing rampage in WA's north

Police shoot dead offender after stabbing rampage in WA's north

The man had wielded a knife and stabbed several people in auto parks near the mall at the northwest coastal town of South Hedland, The North West Telegraph reported, citing witnesses. A number of peop...

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Review of COVID restrictions brought forward, as government urges COVIDSafe download

Before any restrictions are lifted, though, the Prime Minister said that more people need to download the government's contact-tracing app COVIDSafe . The COVIDSAFE app has now been downloaded by thr...

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Global cases exceed 3 million, USA one million

Global cases exceed 3 million, USA one million

The Lancet Medical journal estimates that the coronavirus has a higher death rate than the flu (0.1%) and less than SARS (9.5%). "This is the worst news", he said. "We are continuing to see what I...

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Fauci Unveils 'Clear-Cut Evidence' New Drug Works against Coronavirus

Fauci Unveils 'Clear-Cut Evidence' New Drug Works against Coronavirus

Sports may be taking a seat on the bench for the rest of the year due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to one of the nation's preeminent experts on immunology. A data and safety...

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McConnell Insists Senators Can Safely Return to Work

McConnell Insists Senators Can Safely Return to Work

But Democrats have dismissed Republican calls to include liability protections in legislation, saying such a move could jeopardize workers and patients. The California Democrat said governors have ask...

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Joe Biden Denies Tara Reade’s Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘This Never Happened’

Joe Biden Denies Tara Reade’s Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘This Never Happened’

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams on Tuesday night defended Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as he faces sexual assault allegations from former aide Tara Reade ....

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