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Young brothers, 6 and 7, die in crash after taking grandparents’ auto

Young brothers, 6 and 7, die in crash after taking grandparents’ auto

The patrol's report on the crash says the seven-year-old driving the 2007 Buick Lacross traveled at a high rate of speed and lost control, causing the vehicle to veer off the road and become airborne....

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Why India should reassess its China policy

Why India should reassess its China policy

Many Indian soldiers are still in hospital. "Which is why I have not discussed this with any other country". Both sides have been asserting that pending the final resolution of the boundary issue, i...

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Cyclone Nisarga to make landfall tomorrow, Mumbai on high alert

Cyclone Nisarga to make landfall tomorrow, Mumbai on high alert

Geologists have not been able to predict the landfall of cyclone Nisagra as of now but they are expecting it to make landfall nearby Mumbai and neighboring Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri, and Sindhudur wi...

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Yemen pledging drive hopes to raise $3.4b to save relief operation

Yemen pledging drive hopes to raise $3.4b to save relief operation

Compounding myriad problems Yemenis face is access to clean, running water needed for sanitization in the fight against the coronavirus, as well as cholera, which more than 2.3 million people have co...

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Auto drives into police in NY state and injures two officers

Auto drives into police in NY state and injures two officers

Video from the scene shows the vehicle accelerating through an intersection shortly after several officers apparently tackle a person on the street and handcuff him. Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday. Th...

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Non-white Britons more at risk of COVID-19 death, report reveals

Non-white Britons more at risk of COVID-19 death, report reveals

The review was commissioned to analyse how factors such as ethnicity, obesity and gender can affect people's vulnerability to Covid-19. Following an analysis of more than 10,000 patients with Covid-...

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Australian police under scrutiny as people march in Sydney over Floyd's death

Australian police under scrutiny as people march in Sydney over Floyd's death

Tensions also erupted at a related protest in the southern city of Marseille. African American George Floyd died last week after a white policeman pinned him down with his knee for almost nine min...

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Retired Police Captain Shot to Death at St

Retired Police Captain Shot to Death at St

Trump has condemned the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American who died after a white policeman pinned his neck under a knee for almost nine minutes in Minneapolis on May 25, and has ...

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Facebook launches feature to help archive or trash old posts

Facebook launches feature to help archive or trash old posts

Manage Activity also allows Facebook users to move posts they no longer want to the trash and then delete them entirely. To let you do this, Facebook's Manage Activity tab will have two options - ar...

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Donald Trump can't change G7 format

Donald Trump can't change G7 format

South Korea, Australia and India play important roles in Washington's Indo-Pacific strategy, which is seen as a counterweight to Beijing's Belt and Road cross-border infrastructure initiative. "We bel...

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Officials monitoring large disturbance as hurricane season begins

Officials monitoring large disturbance as hurricane season begins

After that, there are two scenarios shown by forecast models, the NHC said . "This motion at a slower forward speed is expected tonight". On the forecast track, the center is forecast to be near ...

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Bomb in Afghan capital targeted TV bus, 2 dead

Bomb in Afghan capital targeted TV bus, 2 dead

In August previous year, two passersby were killed when a "sticky bomb" - a type of homemade explosive attached to vehicles with magnets - struck a Khurshid TV van in an unclaimed attack. Maidan Warda...

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UK Analysis Shows People with Bangladeshi Backgrounds at Higher Mortality Risk

UK Analysis Shows People with Bangladeshi Backgrounds at Higher Mortality Risk

And, men falling within that category were at a greater risk, with those in the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) category more vulnerable than white ethnic groups. Starmer said the government m...

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Trump discusses G7 summit invitation with Putin

President Donald Trump has not spoken to the American people in a national address about what will soon be seven days and nights in a row of protests over the police killing of George Floyd, but he di...

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Las Vegas Shootings, 1 Officer Shot Amid Floyd Protests

Las Vegas Shootings, 1 Officer Shot Amid Floyd Protests

Separately, the state of Minnesota filed a civil rights charge against the Minneapolis Police Department on Tuesday. A video of the incident shows Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck as Floyd gasps f...

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Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell reacts to law enforcement killing David McAtee in Louisville

Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell reacts to law enforcement killing David McAtee in Louisville

In what is believed to be the first killing since the protests broke out, a 43-year-old black man was fatally shot outside a pawn shop as rioting broke out last week in Minneapolis and then spread n...

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India Ranks 7th Among Countries Worst Affected by COVID-19

India Ranks 7th Among Countries Worst Affected by COVID-19

A doctor scans residents from Dharavi, one of Asia's largest slums, with an infrared thermometer to check their temperature as a precautionary measure against the spread of the coronavirus disease (CO...

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Inside Trump's decision to delay the G7 meeting

Inside Trump's decision to delay the G7 meeting

The president said he wanted to invite other countries including Russian Federation to the meeting. Trump is postponing the G7 meet since he doesn't "feel" that as a group, it is accurately repres...

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US cities erupt in more violence as Trump decries `lowlifes'

US cities erupt in more violence as Trump decries `lowlifes'

New York City police said that since the protests began late last week, almost 790 people have been arrested , 33 officers have been injured and 27 police vehicles have been damaged or destroyed...

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What is the Antifa protest? Meaning, origin and views of movement explained

What is the Antifa protest? Meaning, origin and views of movement explained

Then again, simply saying that all of the protests are led by Antifa is a radical mistake. The White House has remained in lockdown since Friday as protesters tried to scale walls and Trump is b...

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New Zealand may remove most coronavirus restrictions next week

New Zealand may remove most coronavirus restrictions next week

Ardern said she would like to hear from retailers - some were putting more restrictions in place with their customers than were actually needed. At the time she said Cabinet would review the level...

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Coronavirus: Customers queue for hours as Ikea reopens 19 shops

Coronavirus: Customers queue for hours as Ikea reopens 19 shops

In Warrington people arrived at 5.40am to start queuing for the Ikea store to reopen at 9am. "We'll have co-workers and signage throughout the store to help you stick to social distancing guidelines...

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5 dead in new Ebola outbreak in Congo

5 dead in new Ebola outbreak in Congo

The WHO expects more outbreaks of Ebola to emerge in the Republic of Congo in the coming months. "Given the proximity of this new outbreak to busy transport routes and vulnerable neighboring countries...

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Michel Barnier tells United Kingdom to Be ‘More Realistic’ on trade talks

Michel Barnier tells United Kingdom to Be ‘More Realistic’ on trade talks

Ahead of this week's key Brexit negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) diplomats, The Telegraph came out with the news suggesting further hardships for both the ends in ...

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Obama condemns violence, outlines how protesters can bring about real change

Obama condemns violence, outlines how protesters can bring about real change

Secondly, he addressed the rhetoric around the idea that only protest-rather than voting-can bring out the change many want to see. Obama made the remarks in a publication on Monday themed: " How ...

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Ex-foreign secretaries press United Kingdom to lead on Hong Kong

Ex-foreign secretaries press United Kingdom to lead on Hong Kong

The move sparked worldwide condemnation and protests in Hong Kong. The Office of the Commissioner of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Monday slammed the...

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Island sees no COVID-19 increase, one active case remains in hospital

Island sees no COVID-19 increase, one active case remains in hospital

No new outbreaks have occurred in the health-care system or in the community over the past two days. "Those who were there yesterday, you may have put yourself at risk and you may bring that back to...

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Germany says Trump split from WHO will harm global health

Germany says Trump split from WHO will harm global health

Other G7 nations, including France, have so far been silent. During the announcement about cutting ties with WHO, Trump said that China had "total control" over the organisation despite only paying ...

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Independent Autopsy Finds George Floyd Was Asphyxiated by Sustained Pressure

Independent Autopsy Finds George Floyd Was Asphyxiated by Sustained Pressure

An independent autopsy commissioned by the family of George Floyd indicates that he was asphyxiated, and that the death was a homicide. Floyd was essentially "dead on the scene" in Minneapolis o...

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2 dead after shooting at North Dakota air base

Officials "believe there is now no risk to other personnel" at the base, according to a base statement. A spokesperson declined to confirm whether the shooting was the result of a murder-suicide or ...

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Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site

Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site

This resource-rich area of Australia featured two cave systems that contained items which indicated tens of thousands of years of continuous human occupation. CNN Business reached out to Rio Tinto for...

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Spain Reports Zero Daily Coronavirus Deaths For First Time Since March

Spain Reports Zero Daily Coronavirus Deaths For First Time Since March

Spain had become very fast at detecting cases, said Simon. "They are going the right direction". This was followed by the news that the country reported only 71 new coronavirus infections across 2...

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Zookeeper, 35, in critical condition after being mauled by lions

Zookeeper, 35, in critical condition after being mauled by lions

Shoalhaven Zoo , which is roughly 118 km south of Sydney, is now closed due to COVID-19 outbreak but generally allows visitors the option of a close-up feeding experience with the four resident lions...

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Tropical storm Amanda kills at least 17 in Central America

Tropical storm Amanda kills at least 17 in Central America

Officials in El Salvador say that their situation is "unprecedented" having to deal with such a large scale crisis while in the middle of managing another (the COVID-19 pandemic). Salvadoran President...

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Facebook Employees Revolt Over Zuckerberg's Hands-Off Approach To Trump

Facebook Employees Revolt Over Zuckerberg's Hands-Off Approach To Trump

He added he had mobilized, "50+ likeminded folks" to lobby for internal change. The walkout came after several employees over the weekend voiced their disagreement with CEO Mark Zuckerberg , who o...

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