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Posted: Fri-May-2020



Luxembourg's prime minister took to his lectern without the UK PM, who cancelled amid protests nearby.

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Fired Minneapolis police officer charged with 3rd-degree murder in George Floyd's death
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The former Minneapolis police officer shown in bystander video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who subsequently died, has been charged with murder, officials in Minnesota said on Friday.

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Joe Biden's pick for U.S. vice-president could be the most consequential in 60 years
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Joe Biden's choice of running mate, which he promised would be a woman, is likely to have significance beyond election day. If his ticket wins, she'd be the first female vice-president, and possibly be the presidential candidate in 2024.

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Brazil overtakes Spain for 5th most COVID-19 deaths, reports nearly 27,000 new cases
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Coronavirus deaths in Brazil reached 27,878, the Health Ministry said on Friday, surpassing Spain to become the fifth-ranking nation in the number of dead.

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Trump says U.S. terminating relationship with WHO as rift with China grows
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U.S. President Donald Trump announced Friday he would withdraw funding from the World Health Organization, end Hong Kong's special trade status and suspend visas of Chinese graduate students suspected of conducting research on behalf of their government.

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Russia expands stats on coronavirus-related deaths after criticism
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The Russian government on Friday presented more detailed mortality figures for last month that include more deaths linked with the coronavirus, in a bid to dispel suspicions from some Russian and Western experts that authorities were trying to lower the toll for political reasons.

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U.S. court rejects request to revive Keystone XL pipeline permit program
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A U.S. appeals court on Thursday turned down the Trump administration's request to revive a permit program for new oil and gas pipelines, an outcome that industry representatives said could delay more than 70 projects across the U.S. and cost companies up to $2 billion.

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New Zealand nears coronavirus eradication, but virus has grim global hold
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New Zealand has all but eradicated the coronavirus with just one person in the nation of five million known to be infected. But developments were grim in other nations, with India reporting a record increase in cases, and Pakistan and Russia a record number of deaths.

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Pandemic slowed U.S. immigration to a trickle before Trump ordered a freeze
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U.S. President Donald Trump made a headline-grabbing announcement last month that he would freeze immigration to the U.S. What wasn't known at the time — and what newly released figures now reveal — was the extent to which immigration to the U.S. had already slowed to a trickle during the pandemic.

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7 people shot in Kentucky in protests over police shooting death of Breonna Taylor
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At least seven people were shot in Louisville as protesters turned out to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, a black woman fatally shot by police in her home in March.

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Twitter flags Trump post on Minneapolis protest as 'glorifying violence'
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Twitter has added a warning to one of U.S. President Donald Trump's tweets about protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd in police custody, saying it violated the platform's rules about "glorifying violence."

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Iconic sites stay shut as France lifts lockdown restrictions
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Hold that smile, Mona Lisa. The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles will remain off-limits for the immediate future, as France lifts most of its remaining coronavirus lockdown restrictions next week.

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Amid protests, Justice Department says probe in death of George Floyd in Minneapolis 'a top priority'
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The U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday it had made an investigation into police involvement in the death of George Floyd a "top priority," after a second day of violent protests in Minneapolis over the unarmed black man's death.

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Our dismal relationship with China just got a whole lot worse
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Meng Wanzhou lost the first round in her bid to avoid extradition to the United States on Wednesday. But it’s clear the B.C. court ruling doesn’t help the Trudeau government much either.

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Prince William speaks of overwhelming and 'life-changing' challenges of having children
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In a new BBC documentary, Prince William admits he's found being a parent overwhelming at times and that the "life-changing" experience of having children brought back the trauma he experienced following the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

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Donald Trump's threat to regulate Twitter likely to hit roadblocks: legal experts
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U.S. President Donald Trump, angered by the first Twitter fact-check alert on one of his tweets, can't unilaterally regulate or close social media companies, and any effort would likely require action by Congress and be challenged by the courts, experts say. But he could conceivably make life more miserable for Silicon Valley.

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U.K. police say Dominic Cummings might have made 'minor' breach of lockdown
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British police said Prime Minister Boris Johnson's senior adviser Dominic Cummings may have breached coronavirus lockdown rules by driving slightly more than 40 kilometres to a castle with his wife and son although they said they would take no further action.

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Number of Americans on jobless benefits inches down for 1st time since pandemic began
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The number of Americans continuing to receive government jobless benefits declined in the week ending May 16 for the first time since COVID-19 struck, even as millions of people continue to join the unemployment rolls.

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Fear of coronavirus alone not sufficient to vote by mail, Texas Supreme Court rules
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Texas officials fighting to block widespread mail-in voting during the pandemic claimed victory after the state's highest court ruled Wednesday that a lack of immunity to the coronavirus doesn't qualify someone to cast a ballot by mail.

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Chinese lawmakers endorse Hong Kong national security law
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China's ceremonial legislature overwhelmingly endorsed a national security law for Hong Kong on Thursday that has strained relations with the United States and Britain and triggered protests in the semi-autonomous territory.

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Angela Merkel takes her cue from Alexander Hamilton to overhaul the European Union
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Driven by Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, the EU is proposing to borrow billions and give it to member states. For the first time in EU history, two-thirds of the money would be grants — not loans — that the recipient countries wouldn't have to repay.

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11 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week
Scenes from Memorial Day, protests in Minneapolis and Hong Kong, and life during the coronavirus round out this week's best images. ... read more


Trump: U.S. Is Terminating Relationship With World Health Organization
Trump said the U.S. would be “redirecting” money to “other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs,” without providing specifics. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: Tyson Plant Closes After Hundreds Of Workers Test Positive for COVID-19
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Rich Torontonians Eyeing An Exodus From City After Pandemic: Agency
The shift to working from home opens up possibilities, especially for wealthier people. ... read more


Europe’s Grand Reopening Begins With a Whimper
Hopes that reopening restaurants and bars would provide an economic boost have been dashed as customers stay away and businesses fight for survival. ... read more


Artist Hijacks London’s Eerily Empty Tourist Sites With Tribute To Frontline Workers
Paul Insect's brightly painted street benches honor the workers "who have kept England running" during the coronavirus pandemic. ... read more


Despite Global Censure, China's Parliament Approves Hong Kong National Security Law
Activists have warned the law could quash civil liberties and pave the way for Beijing to strip the territory of its autonomy. ... read more


Pompeo Declares Hong Kong No Longer Autonomous From China
It now falls to Trump to decide to end some, all or none of the economic privileges Hong Kong currently enjoys. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: New York Sets Tentative Phased NYC Reopening Date
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


Boris Johnson Won't Sack His Top Aide For Breaking Lockdown. Here's Why.
The relationship between the prime minister and Dominic Cummings has been forged in victory after improbable victory, but now Johnson is facing an open revolt from his party. ... read more


7 Big Little Lies Of The Modi Government’s Coronavirus Economic Relief
HuffPost India spoke to experts and read the fine print to find the Modi government has failed to put its money where its mouth is. ... read more


Coronavirus Has Renewed Our Addiction To Plastic
Environmental activists are sounding the alarm as city streets become littered with masks and gloves, and single-use plastics get a new lease on life. ... read more


France Bans Hydroxychloroquine To Treat COVID-19 Amid Safety Concerns
It’s the first ban by a country since the World Health Organization said it was pausing a large trial of the malaria drug due to safety concerns. ... read more


Flights Cancelled, No Refunds: Chaos At Airports As India Resumes Air Travel
Several passengers complained that they were not given any prior notice and were only informed of cancelled flights when their boarding pass was scanned. ... read more


How Confident Are Canadians Vs. Brits And Americans Post-Pandemic?
We're nowhere near ready to get back to normal, but on that front, we're not alone during this coronavirus crisis. ... read more


The UK's CO2 Emissions Dropped To A Hundred-Year Low During Lockdown
The nation last saw similar levels of emissions in the 1920s, scientists have revealed. ... read more


New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Keeps Her Cool As Earthquake Hits Mid-Interview
“We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here Ryan, quite a decent shake here,” the prime minister said during the live exchange. ... read more


Boris Johnson Refuses To Fire Dominic Cummings Despite Lockdown Allegations
The PM confirmed his senior aide would keep his job despite massive backlash. ... read more


Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Thousands Of Protesters Opposing New China Law
Demonstrators took to the streets on Sunday to protest a controversial national security law that would ban secessionist and subversive activity against Beijing ... read more


Pakistan's Coronavirus Response Is All About Politics As Its Cases Soar
The country abandoned most protective measures just as it had a chance to get case numbers under control. It's now celebrating a major festival. ... read more


Coronavirus: Greece to open up in two weeks, but not to the UK
Tourists from 29 countries will be able to visit Greece from 15 June, but not travellers from the UK. ... read more


Coronavirus: Denmark and Norway exclude Sweden from tourism
Danes and Norwegians can holiday in each other's country from mid-June, but Swedes are left out. ... read more


Moscow more than doubles city's Covid-19 death toll
Officials now say 1,561 people died from the disease in April - not 639 as initially announced. ... read more


Coronavirus: Italian minister Azzolina targeted with sexist abuse
Education Minister Lucia Azzolina and some other top officials now have police protection. ... read more


Renault cuts 15,000 jobs in major restructuring
The French carmaker announces a €2bn cost-cutting plan after seeing a collapse in sales. ... read more


Cognac bottle, labelled one of world's oldest, sells for £118,000
The 258-year-old spirit is one of only three such bottles in existence today, an auction house says. ... read more


Danish football stadium uses virtual grandstand
A giant virtual grandstand allowed AGF Aarhus to watch their side's Danish Superliga match against Randers through Zoom. ... read more


Berlin monument to 1989 democracy heroes - in pictures
The bowl-shaped monument in the German capital is designed to move when enough people gather. ... read more


Russian outcry as journalists held during Ilya Azar protest
A group of journalists tried to stage single-person pickets in support of a jailed colleague. ... read more


Coronavirus: Archbishop of Dublin issues warning after church opens for Mass
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin says that "disregard" of public health policy is "unacceptable". ... read more


Nissan backs UK plant but protests erupt in Spain
Almost 3,000 jobs will be lost in Spain but the carmaker says its Sunderland factory will stay open. ... read more


Coronavirus: France to reopen cafes, bars and restaurants
Paris is no longer a virus hotspot but will need careful monitoring, PM Edouard Philippe says. ... read more


Coronavirus: Belgian zoo comes back to life from lockdown
After two months without visitors, Pairi Daiza is welcoming the public back, but in smaller numbers. ... read more


Coronavirus: How Turkey took control of Covid-19 emergency
Even without imposing a total lockdown, Turkey seems to have handled the outbreak well. ... read more


Coronavirus: Nightmare spreads through Russia's care homes
Carers reveal the hidden spread of Covid-19 and official numbers appear not to tell the whole story. ... read more


Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe
As the UK alters its restrictions, how are other European countries reopening after lockdown? ... read more


Coronavirus: Rocky path ahead for European Commission
President Ursula von der Leyen has laid out the recovery package - now she needs nations to back it. ... read more


Roman mosaic floor found under Italian vineyard
Authorities north of Verona in Italy found the well-preserved tile floor after decades of searching. ... read more


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Denmark embraces live music drive-ins
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Across the country, thousands plead for justice as chaos, unrest grows
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Ex-officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with murder
The suspect's knee was on his neck for more than 8 1/2 minutes, including 2 1/2 minutes after he had passed out, according to a criminal complaint. ... read more


George Floyd told police he was struggling to breathe before he was restrained
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George Floyd and officer Derek Chauvin worked at same nightclub
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Trump gambles on splitting Biden's base with riot rhetoric
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George Floyd death tests Minneapolis police chief
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National protests over George Floyd's death emblematic of a 'young rage'
Even with the arrest of Derek Chauvin, the former officer involved in Floyd's death, the "pain and rage" still resonates across the country, observers say. ... read more


Where does the phrase 'When the looting starts, the shooting starts' come from?
Before Trump, it was uttered by a Southern police chief during civil rights unrest in the 1960s. ... read more


Declassified calls show Flynn discussing sanctions with Russian envoy
Incoming DNI John Ratcliffe released the already declassified call summaries on Friday. ... read more


Coronavirus quietly started spreading as early as January, CDC says
By early February, there was "cryptic circulation" of the virus. ... read more


Trump says U.S. will be 'terminating' relationship with WHO
The president criticized the World Health Organization for their response to the pandemic and said U.S. funds would be redirected to other public health needs. ... read more


SpaceX's Starship prototype explodes after rocket engine test
The experimental prototype erupted in a dramatic fireball about a minute after the test, but it's not clear what caused the mishap. ... read more


Gay spouses entitled to Social Security survivors benefits, court rules
Same-sex couples who were not legally married for the requisite nine months due to same-sex marriage bans are still entitled to survivors benefits. ... read more


How surviving the Vietnam War prepared me for coronavirus
Sheltering in place during the Tet Offensive prepared me to cope with the Coronavirus today. ... read more


Lawsuit says Trump admin order unfairly separates immigrant parents from older kids
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Troll farms from North Macedonia and the Philippines pushed coronavirus disinformation on Facebook
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"There’s more than enough to do without worrying about political fights that are taking place," said Ben Hovland, the chair of the Election Assistance Commission. ... read more


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Netflix's 'Space Force' bombs amid Trump's very real (and very unfunny) reality
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As people embark on summer vacations, this city preps for surge in tourism — not coronavirus
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Ex-officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with murder
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George Floyd death tests Minneapolis police chief
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Declassified calls show Flynn discussing sanctions with Russian envoy
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