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Israel leaders Netanyahu and Gantz at odds over West Bank annexation plan

Israel leaders Netanyahu and Gantz at odds over West Bank annexation plan

Haniyeh stressed that they had to immediately act to achieve national unity at a time when attempts are being made to purge Palestine through Israeli annexation plans in the West Bank and the Deal...

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United Kingdom makes citizenship offer to Hong Kong residents

United Kingdom makes citizenship offer to Hong Kong residents

Others were detained for possessing items advocating independence. Police officers fired pepper spray and tear gas as demonstrators shouted, "resist till the end" and "Hong Kong independence". Ordinar...

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Teenager Killed in Seattle ‘CHOP’ Shooting, 14-Year-Old Injured

Teenager Killed in Seattle ‘CHOP’ Shooting, 14-Year-Old Injured

Mayor Jenny Durkan said last week that the city would wind down the Capitol Hill Organised Protest area. A spokesperson for Harborview Medical Center's Emergency Department said a private vehicle ...

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World Health Organization to send a team to China

World Health Organization to send a team to China

The organisation has been pressing China since early May to invite in its experts to help investigate the animal origins of the coronavirus. Speaking on the eve of the grim milestone, Tedros Adhano...

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Wearing a Face Mask Is Not Dangerous for You

Wearing a Face Mask Is Not Dangerous for You

It looked like The Lone Ranger. The U.S.is now the epicentre of the virus, with more than 2.6 million confirmed cases and 127,681 deaths. "I am encouraging everyone to WEAR YOUR MASKS!" he said. P...

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Ventura County Closing Beaches Over Fourth Of July Weekend Over Coronavirus Concerns

Ventura County Closing Beaches Over Fourth Of July Weekend Over Coronavirus Concerns

California has a total of almost 217,000 cases and around 6,000 deaths. Public health officials in Southern California are taking extra precautions this Fourth of July weekend as Los Angeles exp...

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Global COVID-19 cases pass 10 million

Global COVID-19 cases pass 10 million

The death toll has surged past 498,000. The reported tally comes from Johns Hopkins University researchers. India lags only the United States, Brazil and Russian Federation in total cases and more...

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'White power' flare-up in retirement haven reveals tensions

'White power' flare-up in retirement haven reveals tensions

The tweet comes on the heels of Trump's hostile response to protests against racial injustice engulfing the United States following the death of Floyd, an unarmed Black man who died after a white po...

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Unidentified remains found in same area as body of Fort Hood soldier

Unidentified remains found in same area as body of Fort Hood soldier

The main gate at the U.S. Army post at Fort Hood, Texas, is pictured in this undated photograph, obtained on November 5, 2009. The man's ex-wife is now in custody in connection to Guillen's disappeara...

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Italy Seizes World Record 14-Tonne Of ISIS-Made Amphetamines From Syria

Italy Seizes World Record 14-Tonne Of ISIS-Made Amphetamines From Syria

The 84 million tablets bearing the Captagon symbol were discovered by police on Wednesday in the port of Salerno, south of Naples . Colonel Napolitano said on Italian state radio that investigators...

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Groom Dead, Over 90 Guests Test Positive For COVID-19 In Patna

Groom Dead, Over 90 Guests Test Positive For COVID-19 In Patna

A wedding ceremony in rural Patna a fortnight ago where the groom was running a high fever, two days before he died and his body cremated without being tested for COVID-19, appears to have set off t...

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France's former prime minister Fillon gets five years for scam involving wife

France's former prime minister Fillon gets five years for scam involving wife

The couple's lawyers immediately announced they would be appealing, with Fillon allowed to remain free. The court said Mrs. Fillon, 64, was paid "the maximum possible" and that the sums were "out of...

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Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested over China security law protests

Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested over China security law protests

Britain on Wednesday extended Hong Kong residents a broader path to citizenship in response to China's sweeping new security law for the former United Kingdom territory. Those protests evolved...

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Seattle police mobilised to break-up 'occupied' protest zone

Seattle police mobilised to break-up 'occupied' protest zone

Mayor Jenny Durkan said that until now the authorities had "reasonably facilitated an ongoing exercise" of free speech and demonstration rights under the USA constitution. However, since then, a se...

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Los Angeles, Texas close bars as coronavirus takes `very unsafe turn`

Los Angeles, Texas close bars as coronavirus takes `very unsafe turn`

A drive-in COVID-19 testing center is shown empty and abandoned as Los Angeles reports spike in positive tests amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Inglewood, California, US, June 23,...

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UK emergency remdesivir supplies adequate to treat COVID-19, official says

UK emergency remdesivir supplies adequate to treat COVID-19, official says

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that it has secured more than 500,000 treatment courses of the drug for American hospitals. Dr Horby said that as an American company, Gilea...

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Germany for now has enough remdesivir for COVID-19 therapy: government

Germany for now has enough remdesivir for COVID-19 therapy: government

The US has bought up nearly the entire global supply of one of two drugs used to treat coronavirus. USA authorities secured more than 500,000 treatment courses of the drug through September, which "...

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Dr. Fauci Tells Senators The US Is

Dr. Fauci Tells Senators The US Is "Going In The Wrong Direction"

The testimony came during a hearing meant to address how the nation's schools can safely reopen, even as many cities and states are pausing or reversing plans to open up the economy. According to Fauc...

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United States family saves young bear swimming with head stuck in bin

United States family saves young bear swimming with head stuck in bin

I think that's a bear, ' " she told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel . A small bear cub in the USA state of Wisconsin recently found itself in trouble when it managed to get a plastic jar stuck on ...

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Trump Deletes Retweet That Included Racist Language

Trump Deletes Retweet That Included Racist Language

Trump wrote in a tweet Tuesday . "President Trump is a big fan of The Villages". The amendment, proposed by Sen. Hanson suggested that renaming the bases might be a worthy cause, but that it s...

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India's Covid-19 vaccine candidate Covaxin: All you need to know

India's Covid-19 vaccine candidate Covaxin: All you need to know

Globally, around 150 vaccine candidates are under development now, of which 17 are undergoing human trials. CanSino revealed it had received a certificate from China's National Medical Products ...

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United States buys up world's stock of key COVID-19 drug, remdesivir

The drug has shown potential to help people recover faster from the disease. The Trump administration has now bought more than 5,00,000 doses, which is the entire batch produced for July and 90% o...

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Australia to spend close to $1bn on cybersecurity push

Australia to spend close to $1bn on cybersecurity push

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will reveal details of the military package on Wednesday. PM Morrison while announcing Australia's defence plans stated that the 10-year funding model will enable the d...

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America claims, 'Russian military intelligence had killed American soldiers'

America claims, 'Russian military intelligence had killed American soldiers'

The officials provided the information on the condition that they not be identified. In a book officially released last week, Bolton wrote that Trump asked Chinese leader Xi Jinping at a dinner in 2...

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Explosion at Tehran clinic kills 19 in Iran

Explosion at Tehran clinic kills 19 in Iran

Eyewitnesses said the cause of the explosion was unknown, with the Khabaronline news site suggesting 13 deaths and several more injured. State-run IRNA news agency also quoted Maleki as saying the d...

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What's at stake with Israel's West Bank annexation plan

What's at stake with Israel's West Bank annexation plan

The UN had earlier warned that the Israeli annexation of Palestinian land would lead to the outbreak of conflict and instability in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The Jordan Valley accounts for aro...

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Donald Trump reportedly abused Scott Morrison in ‘sadistic’ phone calls

Donald Trump reportedly abused Scott Morrison in ‘sadistic’ phone calls

Bernstein added that such conversations with world leaders including Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin showed that Trump "posed a danger to the national security of the United States" harmf...

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European Union lifting travel ban for 14 countries

European Union lifting travel ban for 14 countries

The EU states: "A Member State should not decide to lift the travel restrictions for non-listed third countries before this has been decided in a coordinated manner". The approved countries have been ...

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USA coronavirus: Only two states are reporting a decrease in new cases

USA coronavirus: Only two states are reporting a decrease in new cases

It's not a political statement, it's just trying to do your part to keep loved ones and neighbors healthy'. The shut down goes into effect from Friday, July 3 to Tuesday, July 7, according to Mayor ...

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Steve Doocy: Trump Should Wear a Mask

US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said there should be no stigma attached to wearing face coverings in public amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. "MAGA should now stand for 'Masks are grea...

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Detroit police cruiser drove through crowd of protesters, video shows

Detroit police cruiser drove through crowd of protesters, video shows

According to WJBK-TV , police spokesperson Sgt. Nicole Kirkwood said that police were attempting to redirect traffic when the crowd of protesters became agitated and surrounded the vehicle. A video po...

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Poles stand in line for high-stakes presidential vote

Poles stand in line for high-stakes presidential vote

While Mr Trzaskowski trailed Mr Duda on Sunday, in a runoff he would be likely to gain many votes from the nine other candidates who have been eliminated, including a progressive Catholic independent,...

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SKorea Sees COVID-19 Cases Spread Beyond Capital

SKorea Sees COVID-19 Cases Spread Beyond Capital

While some states have tightened precautions, in the worst-affected regions of Maharashtra, which includes India's financial capital, Mumbai, and Delhi, home to the federal capital of New Delhi, mos...

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Pence event featured choir of over 100 people performing without masks

Pence event featured choir of over 100 people performing without masks

And, according to the head of the same CDC, a recent surge in coronavirus infections is being seen in those aged between 18 and 34, many in the southern and western states of the country. During the n...

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Covaxin : India's First Vaccine Against Coronavirus Moves Ahead For Human Trials

Covaxin : India's First Vaccine Against Coronavirus Moves Ahead For Human Trials

On Monday afternoon, volunteers received their first dose at Shulan Hospital. A vaccine candidate against COVID-19 (the SARS-CoV-2 virus), provided by Imperial College London. Dexamethasone, an alre...

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