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EU Wants New Deal with Brexit Britain, But 'Not at Any Cost'

EU Wants New Deal with Brexit Britain, But 'Not at Any Cost'

Meanwhile, the UK's Cabinet Office has set out plans for a "shock and awe" information campaign starting in July to encourage businesses to make preparations for a no deal scenario that would result i...

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UK PM Johnson to announce new 'one metre plus' social distancing rule

UK PM Johnson to announce new 'one metre plus' social distancing rule

When the PM announced the roadmap, he said phase three would allow for some pubs, restaurants, cinemas and other hospitality venues to reopen at the start of July "at the earliest". He gave perspex sc...

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U.S. COVID-19 cases top 2.2 mln: Johns Hopkins University

U.S. COVID-19 cases top 2.2 mln: Johns Hopkins University

The country has so far reported 12,948 deaths. The United States has suffered the most from the pandemic, with 2, 269,463 and 1, 19,868 deaths. Over 20 states in the USA have seen a rebound of cas...

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18-Year-Old Shot and Killed By LA County Sheriff's Deputy

18-Year-Old Shot and Killed By LA County Sheriff's Deputy

Thursday at the Freeway Body Shop, in the 400 block of West Redondo Beach Boulevard, near Figueroa Street. But Guardado's family claimed that at the time he was shot, he was working as a security gu...

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World Health Organization reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases

World Health Organization reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases

In the United States, the state of Arizona reported 3,109 new infections, just short of Friday's record, and 26 deaths. Total global cases are over 8.7 million with more than 461,000 deaths, accordi...

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Trump admin aims to end Dreamers immigration program in six months

Trump admin aims to end Dreamers immigration program in six months

The BBC reports that the policy protects 650,000 people who had entered the USA in this way while they were juveniles; the American Immigration Council provides a higher figure. The question of new ap...

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Putin hints he could seek a fifth term as President in 2024

Putin hints he could seek a fifth term as President in 2024

Without that amendment, "I can tell you from my own experience that in about two years, instead of the regular rhythmic work on many levels of government, you'd have eyes shifting around hunting for p...

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Modi Says No Border Intrusion in Wake of Deadly Clash with China

Modi Says No Border Intrusion in Wake of Deadly Clash with China

The two armies had mutually decided not to resort to use firearms during face-offs in sync with provisions of two agreements on border management. The agreements were signed in 1996 and 2005. In a con...

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Storm chances continue: Northeast Ohio’s weekend weather forecast

Storm chances continue: Northeast Ohio’s weekend weather forecast

Thunderstorms, some of them severe, continued to roll across parts of north and central Alabama on Sunday afternoon. A few scattered storms are possible once again, especially later in the day. We dry...

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Protesters Topple Two Confederate Statues in Raleigh, Hang One by The Neck

Protesters Topple Two Confederate Statues in Raleigh, Hang One by The Neck

The monuments being removed from the Capitol grounds include: the remainder of the North Carolina Confederate monument , the monument to the Women of the Confederacy, and the figure of Henry Lawson...

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COVID-19 Cases Up, Health Minister Optimistic

COVID-19 Cases Up, Health Minister Optimistic

While this is the first time the province is reporting a daily new case count above 200 in six days, we shouldn't draw too many conclusions from one day's data. Residents are reminded to wash their ha...

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Navy won't reinstate captain of virus-hit USS Theodore Roosevelt

Navy won't reinstate captain of virus-hit USS Theodore Roosevelt

Michael Gilday, chief of naval operations, said Friday. Both Crozier and Baker failed to move sailors off the aircraft carrier as quickly as they could have, and failed to move them to a safer envir...

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Man charged with murder of Garda Colm Horkan

Man charged with murder of Garda Colm Horkan

Religious, civic and community leaders in Cork joined gardaí at the regional garda headquarters in Anglesea Street for prayers to express their sympathies to the family of Det Garda Colm Horkan. The f...

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The North Face Halts Facebook Ads, Urges Anti-Racist Policies

The North Face Halts Facebook Ads, Urges Anti-Racist Policies

The North Face, the sports and outerwear brand owned by VF Corp., said it's ending paid advertising on Facebook over concern the social-media company is allowing racist content and disinformation to p...

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Minority corrections officers barred from guarding Derek Chauvin

Minority corrections officers barred from guarding Derek Chauvin

He would also be on supervised release . While Chauvin was brought to jail, all the colored police officers were ordered to the second floor, according to the Star Tribune , which received a copy ...

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Florida sets new record of COVID-19 cases with over 4,000 more

Florida sets new record of COVID-19 cases with over 4,000 more

The latest figures report a total of 85,926 confirmed cases and 3,061 deaths in the state. Throughout the pandemic, the daily case report numbers on Sundays have tended to be lower than the five day...

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Refugees among the most sensitive to Covid-19

Refugees among the most sensitive to Covid-19

Tedros of Ghebreyesus, head of the world health organization ( who ), concerned about the acceleration of the pandemic COVID-19. As Ireland, and many other European Union countries, plough ahead wit...

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Rioters attack German police after drug check in Stuttgart

Rioters attack German police after drug check in Stuttgart

German police say more than a dozen police officers were hurt during the violence, in south-west Germany. More than a dozen police officers were injured overnight after a riot broke out in the middl...

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Summer Solstice (First Alert Weather Lab 5)

Summer Solstice (First Alert Weather Lab 5)

Not only will we witness the start of summer but also the world will observe this year's first solar eclipse along with World Yoga Day and World Music Day and Father's day. How many hours of daylight?...

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One dead, 11 injured in Minneapolis shooting

One dead, 11 injured in Minneapolis shooting

A separate tweet here from the Minneapolis police initially said people suffering from gunshot wounds were at the area hospitals. Minnesota began allowing bars and restaurants to reopen with limited...

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New Zealand man charged with murdering cop, first killed in decade

New Zealand man charged with murdering cop, first killed in decade

Natalie Bracken ... in custody. He is expected in court on Saturday. A man who had been loading things into his auto on the roadside at the time was also injured when a vehicle hit him. This arti...

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Turkey ready to work ‘together with Italy’ for peace in Libya

Turkey ready to work ‘together with Italy’ for peace in Libya

Tribes in Libya loyal to eastern forces have called upon Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi on Saturday to defend Libya and preserve its sovereignty and resources, a tribal representative said on...

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Coronavirus: Hundreds of abattoir workers test positive in Germany

Coronavirus: Hundreds of abattoir workers test positive in Germany

THOUSANDS of people in Germany have quarantined and schools closed after a coronavirus outbreak at an abattoir fuelled fears of a deadly second wave. . When asked what the coronavirus outbreak at ...

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Iranian judge accused of corruption found dead in Romanian hotel

Iranian judge accused of corruption found dead in Romanian hotel

Iran's Interpol chief, Brigadier General Hadi Shirzad, quoted Romanian authorities as telling Iran that Mansouri "had thrown himself out of the window of his hotel", according to Iran's semiofficial I...

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Europe wants to extend Iran arms embargo

Europe wants to extend Iran arms embargo

The International Atomic Energy Agency's 35-nation board of governors called on Iran on Friday to stop denying it access to two suspected former nuclear sites, raising diplomatic pressure on Tehran. T...

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Twitter labels Trump tweet of

Twitter labels Trump tweet of "racist baby" as manipulated media

The clip shared by Trump begins with the last nine seconds of the footage of the boys running set to ominous music, with a fake misspelled CNN caption reading, "Terrified todler runs from racist b...

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Pence Won't Say 'Black Lives Matter' During Interview

Pence Won't Say 'Black Lives Matter' During Interview

In the clip, a concerned Bed Stuy resident can be heard telling Knofler that he could be heard from upstairs. 'The sign is causing the problem, not me'. Knofler posted his version of the confrontation...

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Stonehenge to live stream summer solstice for the first time ever

Stonehenge to live stream summer solstice for the first time ever

Of course, it's the earth that's moving relative to the sun. Hundreds of people are expected to visit Stonehenge and Avebury for this year's summer solstice despite the sites being closed due to...

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Ministers want all pupils in England back at school in September

Ministers want all pupils in England back at school in September

The Prime Minister is believed to be preparing to make an announcement on Tuesday, and the "one metre plus" branding under discussion will be created to help reassure customers and workers that the ru...

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Peace Arch Provincial Park closed after reopening last month

Peace Arch Provincial Park closed after reopening last month

Parks announced that the park would close at 8 p.m. and not reopen until it is deemed safe to do so. The U.S. -Canadian border has been closed since March 21 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Acc...

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DPRK preparing anti-South Korea leaflet campaign: KCNA

DPRK preparing anti-South Korea leaflet campaign: KCNA

The current surveillance flights come as tensions have been simmering on the peninsula after North Korea cut off communications with South Korea and blew up the joint liaison office in the bord...

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Two people rushed to emergency unit after stabbing in UK

Two people rushed to emergency unit after stabbing in UK

Three people are feared to have died following an incident in Reading, according to reports . Police have launched an investigation at a park where a Black Lives Matters protest took place earlier....

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Ex-aide to Bolsonaro's son arrested on corruption charges

Ex-aide to Bolsonaro's son arrested on corruption charges

Brazil has reported almost 55,000 new cases of coronavirus, by far the largest one-day increase for any country in the world since the pandemic began, pushing the total number of cases in the South Am...

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Coronavirus still raging in Florida as over 2,600 new cases recorded

Coronavirus still raging in Florida as over 2,600 new cases recorded

The Florida Government Ron DeSantis distorted the crime and connected the tubers in the cases to immigrant farmers working and living in close conditions, as the models showed Florida to be shaped t...

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2nd ex-officer charged in George Floyd's death posts bail

2nd ex-officer charged in George Floyd's death posts bail

J. Alexander Kueng, 26, was released from the Hennepin County Jail shortly before 7:30 p.m. His attorney Thomas Plunkett confirmed to ABC News that Kueng posted bail, but did not provide further state...

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