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The Trump-Twitter fight ropes in the rest of Silicon Valley

WASHINGTON — Twitter’s decision to fact-check President Donald Trump’s tweets has vaulted Silicon Valley’s biggest players into a political fight with Washington when...

Michel Barnier: ‘No agreement’ unless UK sticks to Brexit promises

Boris Johnson needs to “remember” the promises he made in the Political Declaration that was part of last year’s Brexit deal, if he...

COVID-19: 2.2 million high risk people in UK allowed outdoors from Monday

The more than 2 million people who have been "shielding" from COVID-19 in England because they are deemed to be clinically extremely vulnerable...

Protesters gather internationally to show solidarity with George Floyd

Protesters gathered across Europe on Saturday May 30 to show their solidarity with George Floyd, the black man killed in police custody in...

Birdview on the Today’s World

The lack of a genuine international community and true global leaders underscores the absence of a universal world order. The American effort to...

Trump postpones G7, plans to invite more countries, including Russia

U.S. President Donald Trump announced Saturday he is postponing the G7 summit until September and plans to invite four additional non-member nations including...

EU urges Trump to reconsider decision to end US relationship with WHO

The European Union on Saturday urged President Donald Trump to rethink his decision to terminate the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization...

UK sets out Hong Kong ‘path to citizenship’ plan

LONDON — The U.K.’s plan to offer a “path to citizenship” for British Nationals Overseas in Hong Kong — should China persist with...

European defense hopes live to fight another day (just)

The EU’s military ambitions have been hit by budget battles and the coronavirus but they’re still standing. Just about. EU officials and diplomats see boosting...

Phil Hogan mulls leaving Commission for WTO top job

EU trade chief Phil Hogan has joined the pool of possible contenders for the top job at the World Trade Organization, opening up...

Don’t treat Italy as a leper colony due to coronavirus, says minister

Italy should not be treated as a leper colony as countries consider how to restore international travel during the health crisis, Italian Foreign...

Covid-19 ‘super-spreaders’ risk causing second waves

As countries across the world outline plans to further ease lockdowns, cases of so-called Covid-19 "super-spreaders" in Germany highlight the threat of a...

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Protesters, footballers worldwide show solidarity, demand justice for George Floyd

Protesters took the streets in a number of cities, including London and Copenhagen, while footballers in Germany displayed their solidarity with anti-racism demonstrations...

India expels Pakistan embassy officials for 'espionage'

India declares officials 'persona non grata' and both were expected to leave the country within 24 hours. Source link

Sudan gold, fuel smuggling costs hundreds of millions annually

A new report by a financial watchdog has revealed the extent of mismanagement in those sectors and its impact on the economy. Source link...

Al-Aqsa Mosque reopens after COVID-19 closure

Worshippers have been asked to wear face masks and bring their prayer mats. Source link

Mapping US police killings of Black Americans

Black Americans are two-and-a-half times as likely as white Americans to be killed by police officers. Source link