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Bubonic plague: Russia cracks down on marmot hunting

Bubonic plague: Russia cracks down on marmot hunting

Two cases of the plague had been recorded in the Khovd province in western Mongolia, noted Russian state media agency…

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Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. and Global News

Coronavirus Are living Updates: U.S. and Global News

Delta Air Traces, United Airlines and Southwest Airways signed letters of intent underneath that law, recognized as the CARES Act,…

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Iran reports record one-day coronavirus death toll: Live updates | News

Iran reports record one-day coronavirus death toll: Live updates | News

Iran records its highest number of deaths from COVID-19 with 200 fatalities in the past 24-hours.  India reports 467…

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Melbourne to reimpose six-week coronavirus lockdown as Australia battles potential second wave

Melbourne to reimpose six-week coronavirus lockdown as Australia battles possible next wave

Beginning from 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, people in metropolitan Melbourne will no longer be allowed to go away their houses…

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Trump’s intel briefer breaks her silence

Trump’s intel briefer breaks her silence

“Is this another person who reads? Somebody who likes a tale? Operates on visuals?” Sanner explained. “You figure out in…

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Why India cannot disengage from China, despite border clash

Why India can not disengage from China, irrespective of border clash

A person holds up a poster calling for the boycott of Chinese mobile apps throughout a protest on June 30,…

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Hisham al-Hashimi, researcher of Jihadi groups, shot dead in Baghdad

Hisham al-Hashimi, researcher of Jihadi groups, shot dead in Baghdad

Hisham al-Hashimi, 47, appeared usually on local and overseas media stores as an analyst, specially for the duration of Iraq’s…

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China reports case of suspected bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia

China studies scenario of suspected bubonic plague in Internal Mongolia

Beijing — When China appears to have lessened coronavirus cases to in the vicinity of zero, other infectious threats keep…

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Uighurs Push for International Criminal Court Case Accusing China of Genocide

Uighurs Thrust for Global Felony Court docket Case Accusing China of Genocide

Uighur exiles urged the Intercontinental Felony Courtroom on Monday to investigate Beijing for genocide and crimes towards humanity, the initially-at…

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Iran says fire at nuclear facility resulted in 'significant' damage

Iran suggests hearth at nuclear facility resulted in ‘significant’ damage

It stays unclear what particularly started out the hearth at the complicated, considered Iran’s major uranium enrichment facility and located…

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