Latin America and the Caribbean surpass Europe's number of coronavirus cases

Latin America and the Caribbean surpass Europe's number of coronavirus cases

A skyrocketing case count in Brazil and heavy outbreaks in Peru, Chile and Colombia have been the main contributors.
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Belarus: Detained protesters 'repeatedly beaten' and abused in post-election crackdown

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Euronews has heard evidence of physical abuse and inhumane conditions in Belarusian detention centres where thousands of protesters have been held.
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Linas Linkevicius says his country will "do the utmost" to mediate talks in Belarus, and says opposition candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is in a secure location.
Bulgaria anti-government protesters hunger strike as demonstrations enter second month

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Lebanon blast: one week after explosion, Beirut pauses to remember the dead

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Seven killed in floods after torrential downpours on Greek island

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Authorities in the Greek island of Evia say seven people have died and dozens remain trapped in their homes and cars after flash floods caused by a torrential downpour.
International donors say aid to Lebanon should come with reform

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Belarus presidential election: Preliminary exit poll gives Lukashenko nearly 80% of the vote

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Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's head of campaign was detained yesterday. The 37-year-old woman is trying to challenge Alexander Lukashenko's 26-year rule in today's vote.
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Moscow says Lukashenko and Putin expressed confidence that the situation will be settled as the arrest of 33 Russians in Belarus threatens to sour ties between the historic allies.
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