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Former Defense Secretary James Mattis denounces Trump for dividing country

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Former Defense Secretary James Mattis denounces Trump for dividing country

Jim Mattis and President Trump seen March 8, 2018, in Washington, D.C.GETTY  Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis denounced President Trump, the “militarization” of Washington, D.C., and the “abuse of executive authority” of forcing protesters from Lafayette Square in a stunning statement that made the case that the country is witnessing the consequences of a president who […]

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Seoul’s mayor predicts COVID-19 pandemic will trigger technological boom In the near future advanced technologies, such as autonomous driving, robot delivery, and smart parking, will be commercialized, according to Park Won-soon

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Seoul’s mayor predicts COVID-19 pandemic will trigger technological boom In the near future advanced technologies, such as autonomous driving, robot delivery, and smart parking, will be commercialized, according to Park Won-soon

© Na Bo-bae/Yonhap via AP SEOUL, June 3. /TASS/. The pandemic of the coronavirus-caused disease is already serving as a trigger of large-scale changes in all spheres of life the world over, Seoul’s mayor, Park Won-soon, told TASS in an interview. “Because of COVID-19, the great transformation of civilization has become a reality. Now we […]

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South Korea approves remdesivir for virus patients

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South Korea approves remdesivir for virus patients

South Korea endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside China but has brought it under control Ed JONES AFP South Korea on Wednesday issued an emergency authorisation for the anti-viral drug remdesivir to be used to treat coronavirus patients, paving the way for imports. The US authorised the emergency use of remdesivir […]

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Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment

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Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment

Scientists are running a trial to see if ibuprofen can help hospital patients who are sick with coronavirus. The team from London’s Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital and King’s College believe the drug, which is an anti-inflammatory as well as a painkiller, could treat breathing difficulties. They hope the low-cost treatment can keep patients off […]

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Is coronavirus becoming less potent? Doctors believe it is weakening

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Is coronavirus becoming less potent? Doctors believe it is weakening

Rome’s ancient Colosseum is reopened as Italy gradually lifts lockdown measures (Picture: Reuters)  Italian doctors claim coronavirus has ‘enormously weakened’ compared to when it ripped across the globe earlier this year. Head of Milan’s San Raffaele Hospital Dr Alberto Zangrillo says the disease is now much less lethal and ‘no longer clinically exists’ in Italy. […]

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Australia investigates US police assault on its journalists at George Floyd demonstration

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Australia investigates US police assault on its journalists at George Floyd demonstration

Protesters approach police on horseback as they gather in Sydney to support the cause of U.S. protests over the deathof George Floyd, June 2, 2020,. (AP Photo)  Australia is investigating a U.S. police attack on two Australian television journalists outside the White House, the foreign minister said Tuesday, expressing “strong concerns” about the assault caught […]

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Trump threatens to end protests with military Declaring himself the “president of law and order,” Trump said he would act if local officials couldn’t contain violent demonstrations

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Trump threatens to end protests with military Declaring himself the “president of law and order,” Trump said he would act if local officials couldn’t contain violent demonstrations

President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself the “president of law and order” and said he would mobilize every available federal force both “civilian and military” as he vowed to put an immediate end to violent protests that have swept the nation for days. In a brief statement delivered from the Rose Garden of the […]

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Turkey deports 12 foreign terrorist fighters with suspected Daesh-links to Finland

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Turkey deports 12 foreign terrorist fighters with suspected Daesh-links to Finland

Turkish Security Forces continue to carry out operations against terrorist organizations both within the country’s borders and as cross-border operations, Istanbul, Turkey, Jan.14, 2019 (IHA Photo)  Twelve foreign terrorist fighters have been deported to Finland with an evacuation flight as part of Turkey’s efforts to repatriate former Daesh-linked persons to their country of origin, the […]

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No new coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, Health Ministry reports Infections also fell to 71 compared to 96 the day before, with most detected in Madrid and Catalonia

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No new coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, Health Ministry reports Infections also fell to 71 compared to 96 the day before, with most detected in Madrid and Catalonia

A cleaner wearing a mask prepares a classroom in Barcelona.MASSIMILIANO MINOCRI The Health Ministry on Monday reported no new coronavirus-related deaths in Spain over the last 24 hours. There was also a further fall in new infections, with 71 confirmed positives since the previous day compared to 96 the day before. Since the start of the […]

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From Berlin to New Zealand, protests against death of George Floyd spread internationally

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From Berlin to New Zealand, protests against death of George Floyd spread internationally

Some 4,000 protesters in Auckland, New Zealand, demonstrate on June 1 against the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in the United States a week earlier. © Michael Bradley, AFP As demonstrations against the police killing of George Floyd spread across the United States in recent days, protesters in cities around the world also took up […]

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