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NYPD Officer Vincent D'Andraia Charged With Assaulting Protester

NYPD Officer Vincent D'Andraia Charged With Assaulting Protester

District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said in a statement announcing the charges that he "cannot tolerate the use of excessive force" against anyone exercising their constitutional right to protest, add...

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China's Ministry of Education issues Australia travel warning

China has also since suspended beef imports from four of Australia's largest meat processors and imposed hefty tariffs on barley, although both sides say that is unrelated to the latest spat. Australi...

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Prince Andrew 'offered to help Jeffrey Epstein prosecutors'

Prince Andrew 'offered to help Jeffrey Epstein prosecutors'

The Duke of York later did a BBC interview where he declared his relationship with Epstein was a mistake. Hashtagging the post "gratitude", the charity also shared a snap of various donations, i...

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Cases rise by 9,971, India now fifth worst-affected

Cases rise by 9,971, India now fifth worst-affected

Brazil has the second highest number of COVID-19 cases globally , having recorded at least 6.72 lakh instances of the disease. 1,24,094 patients have been cured/discharged so far and 7,135 succumbe...

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John Pombe Magufuli: Prayers Have Eliminated Coronavirus in Tanzania

John Pombe Magufuli: Prayers Have Eliminated Coronavirus in Tanzania

Tanzania has not launched any knowledge on coronavirus circumstances since April 29. Magafuli believes the virus was eliminated by God who saved the whole country from dying due to the pandemic. "Th...

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Election Gambling Odds: Joe Biden Favored Over Donald Trump

Election Gambling Odds: Joe Biden Favored Over Donald Trump

Biden led him by 14 points, with 55% backing the Democrat while 41% supported Trump's bid for re-election. The June 1-7 poll surveyed 32,380 registered voters, with a 1-point margin of error. The C...

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F1's Hamilton says slave trader's statue should 'stay in river'

F1's Hamilton says slave trader's statue should 'stay in river'

At least 12 people were arrested at the protests in London, police said late Sunday. Demonstrators on Sunday attached ropes to the 5.5-metre (18ft) bronze statue that had stood on Colston Avenue s...

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All Ontario childcare centres are allowed to reopen later this week

All Ontario childcare centres are allowed to reopen later this week

Over the weekend, the province was processing approximately 20,000 tests per day but only 13,509 tests were completed over the past 24 hours and yesterday's report indicated that only 15,357 specimens...

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Trump lashes out at 'suppression polls' ahead of Biden matchup

Trump said he had the "same numbers, and worse, against Crooked Hillary", his derisive moniker for Hillary Clinton, the former USA secretary of state he defeated for the presidency in 2016. "Why shoul...

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New York City reopening after weeks of lockdown

New York City reopening after weeks of lockdown

As for reforms, the mayor said the city will establish civilian agencies to handle vendor and administrative enforcement, but de Blasio claimed he will not neglect public safety. Mr.de Blasio didn't t...

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Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza has died aged 55

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza has died aged 55

Doctors provided "cardiopulmonary resuscitation" for hours but were unable to save him. Government of Burundi has on Tuesday announced the death of Pierre Nkurunziza the country's president. The n...

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Iran to execute spy convicted of helping United States kill Qassem Soleimani

Iran to execute spy convicted of helping United States kill Qassem Soleimani

The Pentagon said US President Donald Trump ordered the killing of Soleimani, who died in Baghdad "in a decisive defensive action to protect US personnel overseas". drone strike in Iraq on 3 January ...

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Donald Trump open to another coronavirus relief package: White House

Donald Trump open to another coronavirus relief package: White House

Photos and video from Washington on Sunday show a number of protest signs mounted on the fence by demonstrators bearing messages that include "Black Lives Matter", "No justice, no peace", "Say their...

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Canada eases border restriction, allows immediate family in

Canada eases border restriction, allows immediate family in

One of the Liberals' campaign promises in the most recent election was to work with First Nations to expand policing opportunities for people in their communities. "I'm so excited", she told The Nugg...

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Anti-government protests turn violent in Beirut

Anti-government protests turn violent in Beirut

At least 25 soldiers were injured during Saturday's demonstrations in the capital Beirut, the Lebanese military said on Sunday. The demonstrators, many wearing face masks and carrying the national ...

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'Enough is enough': Northern Alta. First Nations chief alleges abuse by RCMP

'Enough is enough': Northern Alta. First Nations chief alleges abuse by RCMP

He said he asked the officer why he was being harassed and identified that he was the chief of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, before hopping into the truck. Senior police reviewed in-car video ...

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The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening globally: World Health Organization chief

The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening globally: World Health Organization chief

Geneva. The World Health Organisation ( WHO ) has changed its advice on facemasks, saying they should be worn in public where social distancing is not possible to help stop the spread of coronaviru...

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James Bennet resigns from New York Times after Cotton op-ed backlash

James Bennet resigns from New York Times after Cotton op-ed backlash

Late Thursday, the New York Times said the column did not meet its editorial standards and that a "rushed editorial process" led to its publication. There is no editor's note or correction. Init...

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US COVID-19 deaths top 110000: Johns Hopkins University

US COVID-19 deaths top 110000: Johns Hopkins University

After the United States, the hardest-hit countries are Britain with 40,465 deaths from 284,868 cases, Brazil with 35,930 deaths and 672,846 infections, Italy with 33,846 deaths from 234,801 cases, and...

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Texas GOP condemns posts days before Floyd's Houston burial

Texas GOP condemns posts days before Floyd's Houston burial

Some have criticized that post as an allusion to the racist comparison equating black people and monkeys. "My hope is I will continue to be part of the solution and never part of the problem". "Spre...

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KKK Leader Harry Rogers Arrested for Driving His Truck Through Peaceful Protestors

KKK Leader Harry Rogers Arrested for Driving His Truck Through Peaceful Protestors

Mr Rogers appeared in Henrico court on the outskirts of Richmond on Monday, facing charges of assault and battery. In a statement , Henrico County Commonwealth's Attorney Shannon Taylor described...

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EasyJet CEO says legal case against UK Covid-19 quarantine is strong

EasyJet CEO says legal case against UK Covid-19 quarantine is strong

Some industries have warned they will be severely impacted by the rules, and O'Leary warned of devastation. The rules applies to passengers arriving in the United Kingdom by plane, ferry or train - ...

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Surfer killed by 10-foot great white shark in Australia

Surfer killed by 10-foot great white shark in Australia

Surf Life Saving NSW duty officer Jimmy Keogh said drones used to watch over Tweed beaches are tasked to incidents including shark attacks, but are not in routine operation. Tweed Shire councillor and...

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China, India to seek peaceful resolution of border impasse

China, India to seek peaceful resolution of border impasse

Congress and Rahul Gandhi have been asking questions as to what is happening at the boundary, to this Rajnath Singh said "as Defence Minister I will reply in Parliament ". A delegation led by Lt ...

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Bristol George Floyd protest: Colston statue toppled

Bristol George Floyd protest: Colston statue toppled

The protests have been predominantly peaceful but some demonstrators in London hurled objects at police and spray-painted a statue of Winston Churchill. The city attempted to replace the plaque on t...

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BC reports zero coronavirus-related deaths in the last three days

BC reports zero coronavirus-related deaths in the last three days

With 2,659 total cases in B.C., the recovery rate is just under 87 per cent. There are 183 active cases in the province, with 16 people in hospital - five fewer than previously reported - including ...

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Alleged gunman in deputy's ambush slaying was an Air Force sergeant

Alleged gunman in deputy's ambush slaying was an Air Force sergeant

After a Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputy was shot and killed Saturday, federal investigators are trying to determine whether the slaying is connected to other recent crimes in the San Francisco Ba...

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White officer charged after using stun gun on unarmed black man

White officer charged after using stun gun on unarmed black man

He says the man has been released from the hospital. According to the CNN, the other officers at the scene were "relieved of duty" pending the results of criminal and administrative investigations. ...

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Police launch investigation into slave trader statue incident

Police launch investigation into slave trader statue incident

Protesters used ropes to rip down the monument of Colston, a local merchant who made the bulk of his fortune from the slave trade in the late 1600s, before dragging it to Bristol's harbor and throwi...

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New Zealand prime minister declares: Coronavirus 'eliminated,' time to reopen everything

New Zealand prime minister declares: Coronavirus 'eliminated,' time to reopen everything

The only thing that will stay the same is that New Zealand's borders remain closed. New Zealand's seven-week lockdown ended May 14 and, with no new cases for more than two weeks, cabinet decided...

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US Democrats unveil sweeping police reform law

US Democrats unveil sweeping police reform law

Majority were seen wearing Kente cloths during the moment of silence as well as during the news conference. The legislation would creating a national registry of police misconduct and make it easier...

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Coronavirus | New York City begins reopening as infection rate plummets

Coronavirus | New York City begins reopening as infection rate plummets

De Blasio also announced Sunday morning that the city's curfew would end effective immediately , due in part to the success of staging more peaceful protests during previous days . The city that ne...

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Repairs restart on fire-ravaged Notre Dame after pandemic hiatus

Repairs restart on fire-ravaged Notre Dame after pandemic hiatus

Technicians will access the interior of the cathedral by rope to dismantle the 40,000 tubes, one by one. The building is still not entirely out of danger and only when this operation is finished in ...

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Michigan Poll: Biden Doubles Lead Over Trump to 12 Points

Michigan Poll: Biden Doubles Lead Over Trump to 12 Points

According to a Politico report that the campaign confirmed to AFP, Trump will restart in the next two weeks. The poll also found that only 38 per cent of respondents approved the way Trump handl...

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Rocky Mountain treasure worth $1m found after decade-long hunt

Rocky Mountain treasure worth $1m found after decade-long hunt

The treasure, estimated to be worth over $1 million, was a way for Fenn to inspire people to explore nature and give hope to people affected by the Great Recession, he said. Tens of thousands of peopl...

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