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Coronavirus Updates: Over 100,000 new cases for 5 consecutive days, says WHO

A pandemic in the coronavirus novel has now killed over 383,000 people worldwide. Over 6.39 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data collected by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Current numbers are believed to be much higher due to lack of testing, …

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Live updates on George Floyd: Derek Chauvin accused of second degree murder

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison updated the allegations against the former Minneapolis policeman who blocked George Floyd on the ground by the neck and added accusations of helping and facilitating the assassination against three former officers who were on the spot. Derek Chauvin, who was caught in a viral video kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes while Floyd …

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President Trump tried to register to vote in Florida using an out of state address

The reviews complicate Trump’s record as a voter at a time when the president made baseless claims of widespread fraud in mail-order voting. Trump’s original voter registration application, obtained from the Washington Post through a request for public documents, was filed during a time when the president was making a highly publicized move to change his permanent residence from his …

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Madeleine McCann’s investigation leads UK police to a new suspect

McCann passed away while sleeping in his family’s vacation apartment on May 3, 2007, in a case that has since attracted media attention in the UK. It has never been found and no one has ever been accused of his disappearance. The new suspect is a German man currently imprisoned in Germany for an unrelated matter, British Metropolitan Police said. …

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Coronavirus: NPR live updates

Students wear masks on May 17 outside a school in the Israeli city of Modiin. Israeli students of all grades returned to school last month. Xinhua News Agency / Getty Images hide caption activate / deactivate caption Xinhua News Agency / Getty Images Students wear masks on May 17 outside a school in the Israeli city of Modiin. Israeli students …

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The oldest and largest Mayan structure discovered in southern Mexico World news

Scientists who used an aerial remote sensing method discovered the largest and oldest known structure built by the ancient Mayan civilization, a colossal rectangular raised platform built between 1000 and 800 BC. in the state of Tabasco in Mexico. The structure, unlike the imposing Mayan pyramids in cities like Tikal in Guatemala and Palenque in Mexico, erected about 1,500 years …

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Kickback in China after the death of the frontline doctor

Copyright of the image Alamy Caption of the image Dr. Hu Weifeng The death of a front-line doctor in central China is causing a backlash against the authorities’ management of the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Hu Weifeng passed away on June 2, after a four-month clash with Covid-19. He made headlines in March, when his skin turned black “due to liver …

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President Trump tried to register to vote in Florida using an out of state address

The reviews complicate Trump’s record as a voter at a time when the president made baseless claims of widespread fraud in mail-order voting. Trump’s original voter registration application, obtained from the Washington Post through a request for public documents, was filed during a time when the president was making a highly publicized move to change his permanent residence from his …

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