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Iran dismisses Canada report on downing of PS752 as ‘highly politicized’ | CBC News

Iran criticized as “highly politicized” on Friday a report by a special Canadian forensic team that accused the country of

   

US approves possible sale of F-16s, missiles to the Philippines

The US State Department approved the potential sale of F-16 fighter jets as well as Sidewinder and Harpoon missiles to

   

Amazon and Google face UK competition probe over fake reviews

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From Hermit Kingdom to Open for Business

Research Questions When the situation in North Korea becomes conducive to foreign investment and development, what will the country’s greatest

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Regional Responses to U.S.-China Competition in the Indo-Pacific

In long-term strategic competition with China, how effectively the United States works with allies and partners will be critical to

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BBC

Matt Hancock not commenting on affair with aide claims

A Labour spokesperson said: “Ministers, like everyone, are entitled to a private life. However, when taxpayers’ money is involved or

Amazon and Google probed over efforts to stop fake reviews

UK competition watchdog begins formal probe into whether the internet giants have broken consumer law. Source link

Britney Spears wants her conservatorship to end: What happens next?

Christopher Melcher: That was a surprise from the testimony on Wednesday – that it wasn’t in a closed session. I

Covid-19: Green list concern and some GB athletes ‘don’t want vaccine’

In some cases, your question will be published, displaying your name, age and location as you provide it, unless you

Miami building collapse: Rescuers listen for signs of life in rubble

One study from a researcher at Florida International University found that the building, constructed on reclaimed wetlands, has been sinking

Asia

  

Ex US Cop Derek Chauvin To Be Sentenced For George Floyd’s Murder

Derek Chauvin, former police officer, is convicted of murdering African-American George Floyd. Minneapolis: Twelve years in prison? Twenty, or even

  

UK High Court Rejects Nirav Modi’s Extradition Plea, Has 5 Days To Appeal For Oral Hearing

Nirav Modi is key accused in the USD 2-billion Punjab National Bank scam case. (File photo) London: Nirav Modi has

Africa

   

Africa’s week in pictures: 18-24 June 2021

A selection of the week’s best photos of Africans from across the continent and elsewhere. Source link

   

Child labour: The hidden costs of Covid

With one of the youngest populations in the world, Uganda was already struggling with high rates of child labour. But

China

Coronavirus live news: Beijing locks down 10 residential compounds amid new outbreak

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Colombia have risen to over 50,000, the country’s Health Ministry said on Sunday, while neighbouring Ecuador

Hong Kong’s Disneyland to reopen on June 18 after coronavirus break

FILE PHOTO: A locked gate is seen after the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park closed due to the coronavirus outbreak

Explosion leaves 19 dead and 189 injured after tanker truck careers into factory

A DOUBLE explosion in China has killed 19 people and injured 189 more after a tanker truck careered off a

Russia

Merkel and Macron to propose revival of EU-Russia relations & meeting with Putin – reports

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, backed by French President Emmanuel Macron, reportedly wants the EU to consider “selective engagement” with Russia

With Covid-19 cases increasing rapidly in Russia, country’s authorities can refuse to host remaining EURO 2020 games, says UEFA

Russia can refuse to host the last two remaining EURO 2020 soccer games due to take place in Saint Petersburg

Biden administration’s ambassador to Russia will return to Moscow this week, US State Department says

US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan will return to Moscow this week, following through on plans for the two nations

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Merkel and Macron to propose revival of EU-Russia relations & meeting with Putin – reports

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, backed by French President Emmanuel Macron, reportedly wants the EU to consider “selective engagement” with Russia

    

With Covid-19 cases increasing rapidly in Russia, country’s authorities can refuse to host remaining EURO 2020 games, says UEFA

Russia can refuse to host the last two remaining EURO 2020 soccer games due to take place in Saint Petersburg

    

Biden administration’s ambassador to Russia will return to Moscow this week, US State Department says

US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan will return to Moscow this week, following through on plans for the two nations

Australasia

  

New Zealand government deploys nude ‘porn actors’ in web safety ad

It’s a scene out of every parent’s – and teenager’s – worst nightmare: two adult-film actors turn up naked at

      

India and Australia strengthen military ties as tensions simmer in South China Sea

The deals were announced after a virtual summit between prime ministers Scott Morrison of Australia and Narendra Modi of India.

  

As Anger Erupts Across U.S., Law Enforcement Tries to Rein In Protests

Authorities in cities across the U.S. used tear gas, curfews and arrests in an attempt to contain violent protests sparked