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Mary Trump’s book accuses the President.

Mary Trump’s book accuses the President.

Mary Trump’s book accuses the President Donald Trump, of embracing ‘Cheating as a Way of Life’. The president’s niece, Mary L. Trump, is the first to break ranks with the family and release a tell-all memoir. Mary L. Trump, President Trump’s niece, plans to publish a tell-all family memoir next week,...
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Dominic Raab and Hong Kong security law.

Dominic Raab and Hong Kong security law.

Dominic Raab says Hong Kong security law ‘violates Joint Declaration’. Thousands of Hong Kong protesters defied a draconian new security law imposed by Beijing, as police responded with water cannon, pepper spray, tear gas and dozens of arrests.At least two people were charged with violating the security legislation that took effect last...
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Putin clears way for more years in charge.

Putin clears way for more years in charge.

Putin victory in poll clears way for 16 more years in charge. President Putin is set to rule Russia for another 16 years after sweeping to victory in a controversial referendum the results of which were dismissed as a “huge lie” by his biggest domestic critic. Officials said that 77.9...
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Boris Johnson heralds biggest reform.

Boris Johnson heralds biggest reform.

Boris Johnson heralds biggest reform of planning laws since the war. New rules in place by September. Boris Johnson has unveiled plans for the “most radical reforms of our planning system” since the Second World War and promised to deliver an economic recovery plan as bold as Franklin D Roosevelt’s...
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The Channel Tunnel’s opening in 1994.

The Channel Tunnel’s opening in 1994.

The Channel Tunnel's opening was greeted in 1994. How the Channel Tunnel's opening was greeted in 1994: 'It's the end of British insularity' To mark the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Channel Tunnel, here’s how were the events on May 7, 1994. Entente cordiale closes the great divide...
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Covid alert level reduced in the UK.

Covid alert level reduced in the UK.

Covid alert level reduced in the UK, from four to three. The move to a lower alert level means that there can be a “gradual relaxation of restrictions and social distancing measures”The UK’s Covid alert level has been downgraded from four to three in the light of a “steady decrease...
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Health warning issued for hottest day of year.

Health warning issued for hottest day of year.

Health warning issued as Britain set for hottest day of year. Meteorologists have issued a health warning in advance of a heatwave this week in which Britain will enjoy the hottest day of the year so far. After a fortnight of cool and rainy weather, sunshine is set to return...
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The Queen has been at the center of speculations.

The Queen has been at the center of speculations.

The Queen has been at the center of speculations. In recent days, numerous speculations were about a possible abdication. Although she celebrated during the confinement the absolute record of sixty-seven years of reign, she is rumored to be willing to abdicate, in favor of her eldest son, Prince Charles. Of...
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The Auto Industry is now wrecked.

The Auto Industry is now wrecked.

The Auto Industry is now wrecked. Let’s rebuild it with electric. It’s the perfect time for a transportation revolution: the Green-Car New Deal. In the first  quarter of 2020, domestic automakers saw their sales fall by nearly one-half from a year ago. This was due mainly to the pandemic crisis,...
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Scouts mobilize to defend Baden-Powell statue.

Scouts mobilize to defend Baden-Powell statue.

Scouts mobilize to defend Baden-Powell statue from removal, after threats over Hitler ties. Former scouts have defended a statue of Lord Baden-Powell that was being removed by a council today because it had been threatened by people who criticized his “homophobia, racism and enthusiastic support of Hitler”.The statue was installed...
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Is Bolivia’s government overstepping its mandate?

Is Bolivia’s government overstepping its mandate?

Is Bolivia’s caretaker government overstepping its mandate? For an interim president charged with overseeing Bolivia until new elections can be organized later this year, Jeanine Anez has acted like anything but the head of a caretaker government. Anez ascended to power unexpectedly last November following the ouster of then-President Evo Morales,...
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The crisis is a chance for Europe.

The crisis is a chance for Europe.

The crisis is a chance for Europe, to be greener and more digital, the president of European Central Bank says. The pandemic is a disaster for the eurozone economy but also a chance to fight climate change and make better use of information technology, Europe’s top central banker said Monday....
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Kenya ’s political truce holds.

Kenya ’s political truce holds.

Kenya ’s political truce holds, shifting the political landscape. The agreement that helped stave off a political crisis following the 2017 presidential election has also recast politics in Kenya. The future is looking no less fraught than the past. This time last year, Kenya was recovering from a bitter presidential...
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Another intelligence scandal in Colombia.

Another intelligence scandal in Colombia.

Another Intelligence scandal in Colombia highlights the need for lasting reform. When the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, agreed to demobilize as part of Colombia’s landmark 2016 peace agreement, it ended 50 years of armed conflict. It also left the Colombian army without its chief adversary. The country...
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New virus epicenter, anger in Moscow.

New virus epicenter, anger in Moscow.

New virus epicenter, anger in Moscow. As many Europeans reclaim their rhythm of life, health experts warned that virus cases are still rising in Latin America, the world’s latest COVID-19 epicenter.“Clearly the situation in many South American countries is far from stable. There is a rapid increase in cases and...
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Donald Trump’s anger will seduce America.

Donald Trump’s anger will seduce America.

Donald Trump's anger will seduce America. The longer these riots go on, the more Donald Trump's anger will seduce America. Like Richard Nixon, the US president can capitalise on a weak opponent and the growing resonance of his message of strength. When he ran for president in 2016, Donald Trump...
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Astronauts Dock SpaceX Capsule.

Astronauts Dock SpaceX Capsule.

Astronauts dock SpaceX Capsule at International Space Station. Astronauts Douglas Hurley and Bob Behnken docked SpaceX’s newly designed Crew Dragon capsule at the International Space Station on Sunday.  NASA, SpaceX Make History With Successful ISS Docking. Hurley, 53, and Behnken, 49, both former military test pilots who joined NASA in 2000, lifted...
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People must judge risks themselves.

People must judge risks themselves.

People must judge risks themselves, according with WHO World Health Organisation. The World Health Organisation’s coronavirus chief has warned that the infection has “not gone away” and people must decide for themselves which risks to take as lockdown is eased. David Nabarro, the agency’s special envoy on the virus, said...
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China Is using pandemic to advance its interests.

China Is using pandemic to advance its interests.

China Is using pandemic to advance its interests, including Latin America. The coronavirus pandemic has yet to peak across Latin America and the Caribbean, but China is already maneuvering to try and capitalize on the crisis and bolster its position and influence in the region. The heated blame game between...
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China’s aggression amid the pandemic.

China’s aggression amid the pandemic.

China’s aggression amid the pandemic has little to do with the virus. As the corona-virus pandemic continues to monopolize the attention of leaders around the world, some observers have concluded that China is attempting to exploit the crisis for geopolitical gain. From its disputed western border with India to the...
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Boris Johnson denies scientists.

Boris Johnson denies scientists.

Boris Johnson denies scientists did not back 'Stay Alert' slogan. France adopts similar message to UK. Prime Minister indicates that Government will be sticking to new messaging despite widespread criticism. France has adopted a similar slogan to the "Stay Alert" message now being used in the UK as Boris Johnson on Monday...
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The erratic foreign policy under Trump.

The erratic foreign policy under Trump.

The erratic state of U.S. foreign policy under Donald Trump. After more than three years in office, President Donald Trump’s administration does not appear to have seized on a consistent approach to dealing with the world. Instead, U.S. foreign policy under Trump has become erratic and seems predicated on somewhat...
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Iraq chooses new Prime Minister.

Iraq chooses new Prime Minister.

Iraq chooses new Prime Minister, an ex-Security Chief backed by U.S. With the election of Mustafa Khadimi, Iraq has its first real government in more than five months. He will confront an array of daunting problems. BAGHDAD — Iraq’s Parliament chose an American-backed former intelligence chief as the new prime...
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Trump plans to disband task force.

Trump plans to disband task force.

Trump plans to disband task force. President Trump has announced plans to disband the White House coronavirus task force despite a spiralling death toll nationwide. The president said that the task force would be shut and replaced by a separate advisory body as the country moves into the second phase of...
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Heathrow to introduce temperature scanners.

Heathrow to introduce temperature scanners.

Heathrow airport to introduce temperature scanners. Heathrow will introduce temperature scanners in terminals within two weeks as part of its lockdown exit plan, it was announced today. Britain’s busiest airport will test the use of facial recognition cameras with heat-seeking technology to identify passengers with symptoms of coronavirus. Other measures...
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Easyjet’s Rebecca Lawrence on scrubs.

Easyjet’s Rebecca Lawrence on scrubs.

Easyjet’s Rebecca Lawrence is putting on scrubs this week to do her bit at London’s new temporary hospital. I have been a member of cabin crew for 11 years, training with Easyjet, then flying long haul with Qantas and British Airways, before returning to the “orange carrier”. You get used...
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New Zealand celebrates victory.

New Zealand celebrates victory.

New Zealand celebrates victory in battle against coronavirus. WELLINGTON.- The Prime Minister of New Zealand , Jacinda Ardern , celebrated on Monday that the country has emerged "victorious" from the fight against local transmission of the coronavirus , although she has called for caution in the face of the gradual withdrawal of restrictions after five weeks...
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The global flower market is crushing.

The global flower market is crushing.

The global flower market is crushing. Flowers in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, on March 16—the day that floral prices plummeted. The arrival of spring is one of the few things the virus has so far proven unable to disrupt. And while that may be welcome news for those of us who have...
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Oil Prices plunge into negative territory. 

Oil Prices plunge into negative territory. 

Oil Prices plunge into negative territory.  Oil plummets as storage capacity runs low, and a quirk in pricing wipes out one benchmark. Something bizarre happened in the markets on Monday: The price of a barrel of oil went negative. Oil prices tumbled as the economic crisis set off by the...
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Netanyahu’s power is extended.

Netanyahu’s power is extended.

Netanyahu’s power is extended as rival accepts Israel Unity Government. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an embattled political survivor, persuaded Benny Gantz to join forces with him to combat the Pandmic. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his former challenger, Benny Gantz, agreed Monday night to establish a unity government,...
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European nations begin to ease restrictions.

European nations begin to ease restrictions.

European nations begin to ease restrictions. As the United States debates when and how to let businesses reopen, Italy and Spain, the two European nations hardest hit by the pandemic, are taking small steps to begin easing the restrictions they imposed to stem their outbreaks. After extending a lockdown from April 13...
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Trump administration agreed on a $25 billion bailout.

Trump administration agreed on a $25 billion bailout.

Trump administration and a group of major airlines have agreed on a $25 billion bailout. The Trump administration has reached an agreement in principle with major airline companies over the terms of a $25 billion bailout to prop up an industry that has been hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic. The...
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The EU cannot rein in Hungary’s dictator.

The EU cannot rein in Hungary’s dictator.

The EU cannot rein in Hungary's dictator Viktor Orban, so it will rot from the inside. Viktor Orban has forced through emergency powers that allow him to ‘rule by decree’. The new measures include the imposition of a state of emergency on Hungary with no time limits, the suspension of...
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Britain is gripped by concern.

Britain is gripped by concern.

Britain is gripped by concern for the health of its prime minister, and questions of succession. Boris Johnson Is a ‘Fighter and He’ll Be Back,’ Raab Says. Britain’s foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was breathing without any assistance at a hospital as he battles the...
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The acting US Navy secretary resigns.

The acting US Navy secretary resigns.

The acting US Navy secretary resigns after criticizing the captain and the virus-stricken crew of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt. Thomas B. Modly, the acting Navy secretary, resigned Tuesday following his bungled response to an outbreak of the virus aboard the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt engulfed the Navy in a...
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Prince Charles tests positive for corona-virus.

Prince Charles tests positive for corona-virus.

Prince Charles tests positive for corona-virus. Clarence House says prince has mild symptoms and last saw the Queen 13 days ago. Clarence House says prince has mild symptoms and last saw the Queen 13 days ago.The Prince of Wales has tested positive for the corona-virus, Clarence House announced today. He...
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Most kids only get mildly sick from Covid-19.

Most kids only get mildly sick from Covid-19.

Most kids only get mildly sick from Covid-19—but not all. New studies suggest that children still fare better than adults. But  babies, toddlers, and kids with other conditions remain at risk. Researchers are learning that the initial good news about kids' mild symptoms may come with an important caveat: Babies...
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The pandemic has re-written the script.

The pandemic has re-written the script.

The pandemic has re-written the script for a global crisis. Three months after reports emerged of a novel Corona-virus spreading in central China, it is safe to say that our world, and all of our individual worlds, have been transformed by what has become a terrifying pandemic. Governments around the...
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Break lock-down, rules and risk criminal record.

Break lock-down, rules and risk criminal record.

Break lock-down rules and risk criminal record. People who flout new lock-down rules face a criminal record as police press on with enforcement despite a wait for new powers to be enacted. From Thursday police can issue a fine to those who break the rules. Those who refuse to pay...
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