Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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Trump will host G7 2020 summit at his Doral golf resort in Florida

US President Donald Trump will host G7 economic summit next year at one of his real estate properties, the Trump National Doral Golf Resort near Miami, a White House official said Thursday. Mike Mulvaney, the White House's acting chief of...

Glaciers in Switzerland contracts 10 percent in past five years

Glaciers in Switzerland have lost only a tenth of their size in the past five years, an unprecedented melting rate in more than a century of observations, as ice is melting record-breaking. According to the British Daily Mail, the Cryospheric...

Netanyahu asks Putin to pardon an Israeli convicted of drug trafficking

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to pardon an Israeli with US citizenship who was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison after finding fines of cannabis plant in her luggage...

Notre-Dame Cathedral attack: Paris court punishes Islamic State supporters for 30 years jail sentence

A Paris court sentenced three supporters of the jihadist militia Islamic State (IS) to 25 and 30 years imprisonment on Monday after a failed terrorist attack near the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. In September 2016, the women had unsuccessfully...

Typhoon Hagibis: Search for survivors in full swing

Two days after the passing of central Japan's powerful Typhoon Hagibis, and under threat of new rains, tens of thousands of rescuers are still searching for survivors, which killed at least 56 people, according to reports. A new record...

Brooklyn casino incident: 4 dead, three others injured at unlicensed gambling club

Four men were killed and three others injured early Saturday in a shooting at an unlicensed gambling club in Brooklyn, New York City, police said. Police received a report of shooting in the Brooklyn area of ​​New York, where police...

India to re-open postpaid mobile phone lines in Kashmir from Monday

Nearly four million postpaid mobile phone lines will be resumed on Monday in the Indian side of the disputed Kashmir region with Pakistan, the Indian government official announced on Saturday. "Postpaid mobile phone lines will be resumed from Monday", the...

France decides to maintain free education for foreign students from outside the EU

France decided on Saturday to maintain the principle of free education for foreign students coming from outside the continent's old countries, and to maintain the symbolic or reduced fees upon enrollment. According to EuroNews, the decision was made by the...

US F-16 aircraft crashed near Trier

US fighter plane F-16 crashed on Tuesday afternoon in Rhineland-Palatinate, a southwest German state bordered by France, Belgium and Luxembourg. The type F-16 aircraft took off from the Spangdahlem base in the Eifel and was on a routine training...

Venezuela and Russia signs military and economic agreements

The Venezuelan-Russian joint government committee has signed a number of cooperation agreements in the military, technical and agricultural fields, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Sunday. "Military-technical cooperation is on schedule and all contracts for support and consultations have been renewed",...

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5 killed and 4,400 arrested during the protest in America, unrest continues

At least 5 people were killed in the protests and unrest in most American cities for more than 6...

Adviser: Trump will not resort to federal authorities to reinforce the National Guard in the face of protests

Robert O'Brien, the US National Security Adviser, said today, Sunday, that the administration of US President Donald Trump will not use its federal authority...

Video: A truck sweeps the crowds of protesters in American Minneapolis

Minnesota State Police arrested a truck driver who was driving too fast on a highway in Minneapolis amongst protesters, according to the "Russia Today"...

Venezuela raises petrol price for first time in 20 years

The Venezuelan President, Nicholas Maduro, announced today, Sunday, the raising of fuel prices, which until now was almost free, starting from June 1, and...

Coronavirus deaths in Latin America exceed 50 thousand

According to statistics, the number of deaths from the Coronavirus in Latin America exceeded 50,000 cases on Saturday, and that the infections were close...