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Scotland Could Enforce New COVID-19 Restrictions

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned citizens Monday her government may be forced to enforce new restrictions after a weekend of good weather prompted many people to violate social distancing rules. At her regular briefing in Edinburgh,...

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Why Did China and Iran Take Opposite Sides On America’s Protests?

Matthew Petti Security, Both countries used the unrest to bash American society. Iran has voiced support for protesters against police brutality in the United States, while Chinese state-run media has used the protests to portray the American...
Topics: China, Iran, Protests, Police

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Instead of traveling to Europe, visit these 7 destinations in the US — Napa Valley over Italy,...

From impressive architecture and scenery to rich culture and cuisine, these American cities pack in plenty of European charm, no international flight needed.
Topics: Italy, Switzerland

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U.K. Welcomes Hongkongers Fleeing Chinese Tyranny

China is crushing Hong Kong. A new national security law and a crackdown on dissident activists are just the latest steps in the dismantling of "one country, two systems," the framework that was supposed to guarantee the freedoms that made Hong Kong...
Topics: China, Hong Kong, Activism

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Donald Trump Should Switch to Cooperation as Kim Jong Un Emphasizes Confrontation

Doug Bandow Security, Asia There is no imaginable circumstance under which Kim will abandon weapons of such great value in return for a mess of American pottage, promises that could be broken at any moment. However, he might agree to important...
Topics: Donald Trump, Kim Jong-Un

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Rodgers reveals family snub over Celtic exit

London (AFP) – Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers claims he has been shunned by some of his family since quitting Celtic to return to the Premier League. Former Liverpool boss Rodgers infuriated Hoops fans when he left the Scottish champions to...
Topics: United Kingdom, London

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Privacy activists prep legal challenge against UK plan to keep coronavirus contact-tracing data for...

It's too long a retention period, say digital rights campaigners Privacy rights campaigners are to legally challenge the British government's decision to retain for two decades the data of people that test positive for COVID-19 under the...
Topics: Activism, United Kingdom

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Switzerland: A New ‘S’ in ESG?

Politics in Switzerland these days comes with a green tinge.
Topics: Switzerland

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Horrific: How American Soldiers Cut Their Teeth at the World War I Battle of Cantigny

Warfare History Network History, Europe A tough entry for the valiant Doughboys. Key point: The fight was difficult and was rude introduction to the horrors of modern war. But the Americans did well and would soon launch a large offensive. As the...

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Canada: Principal in area with nearly 25% Muslim students suspended for quip about students...

“The principal of a diverse Brampton high school” in the Peel District School Board “is on leave after a ‘xenophobic and racist’ comment was made during a virtual staff meeting….Sources told the Star that during a...
Topics: Canada

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How North Korea Did Not Let Seoul Go Without a Fight During the Korean War

Warfare History Network History, Asia But the UN drove them back. Key Point: It took a high cost, but Seoul was liberated. Here's how the UN forces went about retaking the capital. On September 15, 1950, the United Nations X Corps, spearheaded by...
Topics: North Korea, South Korea, Seoul

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Manchester United ready to rival Real Madrid for shock transfer of Manchester City star

Manchester United are reportedly ready to try an ambitious transfer swoop for Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling. This surprise claim comes from a report in the Independent, which states that... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: Spain, Madrid

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Ligue 1 presidents slam ‘brutal’ move to end season

Paris (AFP) – Some of the French Ligue 1’s club presidents joined forces on Monday to criticise the decision in April to declare the season over due to the coronavirus pandemic. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said five week ago the...
Topics: France, Paris

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It's not every day the NSA publicly warns of attacks by Kremlin hackers – so take this critical...

GRU crew actively exploit hole – but you patched it months ago, right? The NSA has raised the alarm over what it says is Russia's active exploitation of a remote-code execution flaw in Exim for which a patch exists.…
Topics: NSA, Kremlin, Hackers, Russia

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How this Brazilian police chief transformed her state's handling of femicides

She dropped a career in architecture to join the force — and entered the police academy while pregnantEugênia Villa, the woman who created the first police department to investigate femicides in Brazil. Photo: Secretaria de Segurança...
Topics: Police, Brazil, World Photos

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Liverpool players show solidarity with Black Lives Matter after Floyd death

London (AFP) – Liverpool players showed their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd in the United States by taking a knee around the centre circle at Anfield on Monday. Reds stars including Virgil...
Topics: United Kingdom, London

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Moscow eases lockdown despite high virus caseload

Shopping malls and parks are set to reopen in Moscow on Monday as the Russian capital eases coronavirus restrictions despite having the world’s third-largest caseload. The relaxation of the confinement orders in Moscow, the epicentre of...
Topics: Russia, Moscow

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Another attempt at a Big Brand Killer: Oppo daddy BBK hits global smartphone market with Vivo X50...

Chinese giant slips out superslim - 7.49mm - flagship and pals Chinese smartphone brand Vivo - one of several from the BBK stable - has lifted the lid on its latest flagship phones, whose gimmick is that they are super-slim, although the focus is on...

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UN Forced to Cut Aid to Yemen, Even As Virus Increases Need

Aid organizations are making an urgent plea for funding to shore up their operations in war-torn Yemen, saying they have already been forced to stop some of their work even as the coronavirus rips through the country. Some 75% of U.N. programs in...
Topics: Yemen

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The Right’s Reign on the Air Waves

In late 1961, a Miami chiropractor named Jerome Harold became outraged when he learned that his local grocery stores were selling ham imported from Poland. The country was still firmly under Communist control, but a new Kennedy administration policy...
Topics: Poland

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