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Brazil’s Bolsonaro says new COVID-19 test came back negative

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Saturday that he has tested negative for the novel coronavirus after weeks quarantined in his residence due to an infection, Trend reports citing Reuters. In a photo posted to social media, Bolsonaro appeared with a box of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malarial drug he credited for his recovery despite a lack …

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‘Confront the #Iran regime, the central banker of terrorism’ – International conference calls for its embassies to be closed down

To stop the Iranian regime terrorism dead in its tracks, Tehran’s embassies and its web of financial networks must be closed down and its agents and lobbyists expelled from the United States and Europe, prominent speakers at a major global summit told tens of thousands of Iranians and international supporters who joined online on Monday …

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The legacy of Nursultan Nazarbayev – #Kazakhstan

Nursultan Nazarbayev is widely credited with building Kazakhstan into the regional power it is today. Thanks to its “spiritual leader” country is now well on track to achieve its aim to join the exclusive group of the 30 most developed countries in the world by 2050.It is quite an achievement for a landlocked country of …

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Report says 70% of COVID-19 cases in Israel likely linked to US, not EU or China

According to a study published on Monday by Tel Aviv University (TAU), more than 70% of those in Israel who contracted the Coronavirus were infected by a strain that originated in the US. “Those who returned from the US created transmission chains,” Dr. Adi Stern of the School of Molecular Cell Biology and Biotechnology at …

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Greek PM says EU must decide on health protocols for tourism to restart

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Monday that the EU needs to decide on health protocols to allow the tourism sector to restart soon, as the countries of the south are struggling to salvage their economies from the Coronavirus crisis aftermath. “Best-case scenario is Greece is open for business July 1, and we’re working …

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Islamic State prisoners, Kurdish authorities reach agreement to end Syria jail riot – National

Imprisoned members of the Islamic State group rioted and took control of a prison in northeast Syria for several hours, until Kurdish-led authorities negotiated an end to the unrest Sunday. The riot began Saturday at a prison in the city of Hassakeh, one of the largest facilities where IS members are held, and control was …

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‘Never happened’: Joe Biden denies sex assault claim by former Senate staffer Tara Reade

(Bloomberg) — Joe Biden denied he sexually assaulted a former Senate staffer and called for any relevant records to be released. “I want to address allegations by a former staffer that I engaged in misconduct 27 years ago,” the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said pf allegations he assaulted Tara Reade, in a statement Friday morning. …

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Missing mother’s body found over a year after ‘her boyfriend murdered her’

Drew Carter has been arrested in connection with Jessica Flores’s murder. Flores was missing for over a year before her body was discovered last week. (Picture: Facebook/Gary Police Department) The body of a mother missing for over a year was discovered in a wooded area and her then-boyfriend has been charged with her murder, police …

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Coronavirus reminds, “to be or not to be?

Countries may face a real trade-off. Should they go through a period of extreme and painful lockdowns, and along with it a steep decline in economic activity – or should they delay the peak and slow down the transmission and suffer a less acute but longer decline in economic activity? East Asian countries took the …

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2 terrorists killed in Tunisia

Tunisian security forces killed two terrorists in the western province of Kasserine, the Interior Ministry said Saturday, Trend reports citing Xinhua. This operation “is the result of intelligence work carried out by the national counterterrorism units as part of a preventive operation,” the ministry said in a statement. The security units succeeded in foiling a …

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