Polish democracy has 'matured' says president on election day

Polish democracy has 'matured' says president on election day

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Mandatory masks rolled out in Paris in certain public areas

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Protesters gather in front of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' apartment in New York, calling for billionaires to be taxed. Amazon's profits nearly doubled to $5.2 billion since the start of the pandemic.
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In the midst of a heatwave, Parisians stroll along the banks of the Seine, where masks are now compulsory. The abnormal heat spell will continue at least until Wednesday in the capital.
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Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow arrested under security law

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Mandatory masks rolled out in Paris in certain public areas

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Fresh tower of smoke and ash as Indonesia's rumbling Mt. Sinabung erupts

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Police presence outside HK pro-democracy newspaper as it gets raided

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Police, protesters clash in Belarus capital after vote

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Hundreds of people line up outside the Belarus embassy in Moscow as the country heads to the polls. Election officials in Belarus have accused the opposition of an "organised provocation" as long queues have formed outside polling stations.
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Lebanese protesters and security forces clash again near parliament in Beirut

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Lebanese protesters hurl rocks at security forces in downtown Beirut as they vent their anger at politicians they blame for a deadly explosion that made hundreds of thousands homeless and shocked the world for a second day.
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Singapore marks 55th year of independence with military display

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Long queues in Belarus vote, authorities denounce 'provocation'

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Election officials in Belarus accuse the opposition of an "organised provocation" as long queues form outside polling stations during a tense presidential vote.
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