UK PM tells Trump 'no place' for racist violence

UK PM tells Trump 'no place' for racist violence

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells Donald Trump that racist violence has no place in society, saying he was "sickened and appalled" by the death of George Floyd during an arrest.
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Bulgarians protest for fifth night against government

Bulgarians protest for fifth night against government

housands of Bulgarians gather for a fifth day to protest against corruption and demand the resignation of the conservative government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
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Anger in eastern Russia over popular governor's arrest

Anger in eastern Russia over popular governor's arrest

Protesters in Russia's Far East continue to rally in support of a popular regional governor who was arrested on murder charges which his supporters say are politically motivated. Earlier protests over the weekend brought thousands onto the streets...
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Mexican hospital helps COVID-19 patients recover through games, activities

Mexican hospital helps COVID-19 patients recover through games, activities

The medical staff at the Juarez hospital in Mexico's capital helps COVID-19 patients recover by boosting their morales through games and activities, which psychologists say helps keep them engaged and active, and will avoid anxiety and cognitive i...
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Ventura County Sheriff 'confident' body found in Lake Piru is Naya Rivera

Ventura County Sheriff 'confident' body found in Lake Piru is Naya Rivera

"We are confident the body we found is that of Naya Rivera," says Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub after rescuers, earlier in the day, recovered a body in Lake Piru, where the 'Glee' star went missing last week.
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Rafal Trzaskowski concedes defeat in Polish presidential election

Rafal Trzaskowski concedes defeat in Polish presidential election

The liberal mayor of Warsaw and defeated presidential contender, Rafal Trzaskowski, calls on winner, incumbent President Duda, to "free himself from his political party" and believes that his score of over 48% is a "message of hope".
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Macron addresses military community ahead of Bastille Day

Macron addresses military community ahead of Bastille Day

President Emmanuel Macron emphasises the "greatness" of the armies to "give way to the women and men in white coats who fought" against the coronavirus at the traditional reception for the military community on the eve of July 14. The 2020 edition...
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India's rescue teams face double challenge in Assam floods operations

India's rescue teams face double challenge in Assam floods operations

Rescue teams in northern Indian state of Assam face a double challenge of flood water and coronavirus as they help villagers affected by annual floods, which have affected 1.3 million people so far, and killed 48 since May.
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Firefighters try to save Siberian forest devastated by wildfires

Firefighters try to save Siberian forest devastated by wildfires

Russia's forest service says that six hard-to-reach forest fires were extinguished in the Krasnoyarsk region, with the estimated area of 4,731 hectares covered by fire. The operation involved 164 people and three units of ground equipment. An stat...
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Unrest continues in Mali

Unrest continues in Mali

Following days of deadly protests, opposition demonstrators set up barricades in Mali's capital Bamako, near the mosque of prominent protest advocate imam Mahmoud Dicko. President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita faces a mounting wave of demonstrations spar...
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France: Interior Minister lays a wreath for victims of 2016 Nice attack

France: Interior Minister lays a wreath for victims of 2016 Nice attack

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin lays a wreath at a ceremony in homage to the victims of the attack of 14 July 2016 in Nice, which killed 86 people.
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Sao Paulo residents enjoy city's biggest park as it reopens after lockdown

Sao Paulo residents enjoy city's biggest park as it reopens after lockdown

Sao Paulo residents enjoy Ibirapuera Park, their city's biggest park, as it reopens after months of virus lockdown.
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WHO says no return to normality for foreseeable future in pandemic

WHO says no return to normality for foreseeable future in pandemic

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu warns that there could be no going return to the "old normal" any time soon as figures show coronavirus infections accelerating in many other parts of the world.
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Several journalists detained during protest in support of former colleague in Moscow

Several journalists detained during protest in support of former colleague in Moscow

Several journalists are detained during a demonstration in support of Ivan Safronov, a respected former journalist who became an advisor to the Roscosmos space agency and was accused of "treason" for the benefit of the West.
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Clashes in Mali capital despite appeals for calm

Clashes in Mali capital despite appeals for calm

Security forces fire teargas at rock-throwing protesters as scuffles continue in the Malian capital Bamako. Opposition protesters set up barricades in the neighbourhood of Badalabougou, near the mosque of protest leader imam Mahmoud Dicko.
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Cars line up at COVID-19 test site in Miami as Florida cases surge

Cars line up at COVID-19 test site in Miami as Florida cases surge

Dozens of cars line up at a COVID-19 drive-through test site in Miami as coronavirus cases surge in the southern US state of Florida.
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French 'Ségur agreements' a historic moment, says French PM

French 'Ségur agreements' a historic moment, says French PM

French Prime Minister Jean Castex hails a "historic" moment as he signs the "Ségur agreements", which grant 8.1 billion euros to hospital staff. For Health Minister Olivier Véran, it is a way of saying "we need you and we want to be able to count ...
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Kelly Preston dies aged 57 from breast cancer

Kelly Preston dies aged 57 from breast cancer

American actress Kelly Preston, who starred in blockbuster films such as "Jerry Maguire" and "Twins", died of breast cancer at the age of 57, her husband John Travolta announced Sunday.
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French PM Castex hails 'Ségur agreements' for health workers

French PM Castex hails 'Ségur agreements' for health workers

"We're catching up after years of lagging behind," says Jean Castex at the end of the signing ceremony for the "Ségur agreements" in Paris. For the Prime Minister, the agreements which provide more funding for health workers are a reminder that "i...
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French government signs 'Ségur agreements' with hospital unions

French government signs 'Ségur agreements' with hospital unions

In Paris, French Prime Minister Jean Castex and Health Minister Olivier Véran sign the "Ségur agreements" with hospital union representatives. The French government has released an additional 8.1 billion euros to improve the remuneration of those ...
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New protests in Russia's Khabarovsk over governor's arrest

New protests in Russia's Khabarovsk over governor's arrest

Rallies resume in Khabarovsk, some 6,100 kilometres (3,800 miles) east of Moscow, to protest the arrest of regional governor Sergei Furgal in a murder probe, though on a smaller scale. Furgal was detained last week, flown to Moscow and is to be he...
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Football: 5,000 spectators for Le Havre-PSG as stadiums reopen in France

Football: 5,000 spectators for Le Havre-PSG as stadiums reopen in France

French football fans descend upon the Stade Oceane to watch PSG face Le Havre in one of the first matches open to the public in months. The French government has set a limit of 5,000 people in stadiums due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. PSG ...
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Mission to Mars launch window

Mission to Mars launch window

This summer, three exploration missions will fly to Mars, taking advantage of a launch window. The celestial mechanics cycle offers only one launch window every 26 months, the distance between Mars and Earth being at that time shorter than usual, ...
Poland's populist president narrowly wins re-election

Poland's populist president narrowly wins re-election

Polish President Andrzej Duda has squeezed past his europhile rival to win re-election, but the narrow victory puts his allies in the populist right-wing Law and Justice (PiS) party government on the back foot.
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Flooding

Flooding

Videographic illustrating flooding. Floods across large swathes of central and eastern China that have left more than 140 people dead or missing are hitting record levels, with authorities warning the worst was yet to come.