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Italy reopens to tourists from Europe
Italy opensJune 3, 2020 ET
Italy reopens to travellers from Europe, three months after the country went into coronavirus lockdown, with all hopes pinned on reviving the key tourism industry as the summer season begins.
U.S. protestors return to streets, Trump calls them lowlifes and losers
Protestor and police officer togetherJune 3, 2020 ET
Undeterred by curfews, protestors in the United States streamed back into the nation\'s streets, hours after President Donald Trump pressed governors to put down the violence set off by George Floyd\'s death and demanded that New York call up the National Guard to stop the lowlifes and losers.
Malaysia: Ex-premier Najib Razak’s corruption trial set for July
Najib RazakJune 3, 2020 ET
A court in Malaysia has rescheduled former Prime Minister Najib Razak’s trial in a corruption case for next month, local media reported on Tuesday.
After killing two people in Spain Asian hornet found in Washington and British Columbia
asian hornetJune 2, 2020 ET
A man walking on a road near Custer, Washington noticed an asian hornet.
U.S. Committee to Protect Journalists: 125 press freedom violations, 20 arrests
George Floyd protestsJune 2, 2020 ET
Local and state authorities in the U.S. must stop targeting journalists and media workers covering protests and ensure that the press is exempt from any curfew restrictions, the Committee to Protect Journalists said.
Chinese hate against black people becomes obvious after TikTok blocks black voices
Chinese hateJune 2, 2020 ET
Nigerian authorities have evacuated 268 nationals from China amid the coronavirus pandemic and discrimination against African, authorities have said.
World Bank: Occupation suffocates Palestine
Palestine peopleJune 2, 2020 ET
With Israel’s planned annexation of the West Bank, in contravention of international law, only weeks away, the World Bank and the United Nations have issued stark warnings concerning the Palestinian economy, blighted by the longest occupation in modern times and the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pakistan: Two journalists killed within a week
Rao Ghulam MustafaJune 2, 2020 ET
Rao Ghulam Mustafa, a journalist affiliated with Daily Jahan-e-Pakistan was shot dead by robbers in broad daylight in Jodhpur in the Punjab province on June 1.
George Floyd’s death: Thousands march in Australia, France, EU shocked
George Floyd protest AustraliaJune 2, 2020 ET
World outrage at George Floyd‘s death in the U.S. was growing Tuesday as the European Union’s top diplomat said the bloc was shocked and appalled by it and thousands marched in Australia’s largest city.
11 earthquakes in just one day near Yellowstone park
Yellowstone parkJune 2, 2020 ET
Eleven earthquakes occurred in just oen day in an area close to Yellowstone National Park last week with the strongest one measuring 3.1 on Richter scale, according to the US Geological Survey.
Music industry launches Blackout Tuesday in support of U.S. George Floyd protesters
U.S. protestersJune 2, 2020 ET
Protesting continued for a seventh night in the U.S., a week after George Floyd\'s death in police custody.
Libyan warlord Haftar agrees to talks on ceasefire
Khalifa HaftarJune 2, 2020 ET
Khalifa Haftar has agreed to the resumption of ceasefire talks, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said early Tuesday.
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