Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy media tycoon
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Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy media tycoon

Pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai is a prominent critic of China accused of collaborating with foreigners.…

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Police crack down on Belarus presidential election protest
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Police crack down on Belarus presidential election protest

The president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, is claiming victory while the opposition candidate, Svetlana Tsikhanouskaya,…

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Risk of kids transmitting COVID-19 does appear to be lower, but it’s not zero, says epidemiologist
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Risk of kids transmitting COVID-19 does appear to be lower, but it’s not zero, says epidemiologist

Dr. Christopher Labos says there is little value in testing every child for the coronavirus…

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Seattle Kraken hires first Black NHL team broadcaster
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Seattle Kraken hires first Black NHL team broadcaster

The Seattle Kraken have announced they’re hiring Everett Fitzhugh as their team broadcaster. Fitzhugh will…

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Conservatives question contract awarded to company with ties to Trudeau’s top aide
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Conservatives question contract awarded to company with ties to Trudeau’s top aide

The Conservatives are asking for an investigation into the wage subsidy program, after the contract…

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‘There was blood everywhere’: Lebanese doctor on trying to save victims amid pandemic
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‘There was blood everywhere’: Lebanese doctor on trying to save victims amid pandemic

On the day of the explosion in Beirut’s port, Dr. Fred Bteich, a neurosurgeon resident…

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Anti-mask protesters in Quebec demand ‘liberté’
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Anti-mask protesters in Quebec demand ‘liberté’

Thousands of anti-mask demonstrators filled the streets of Montreal on Saturday, demanding the right to…

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Lebanon cabinet minister resigns as France calls for aid
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Lebanon cabinet minister resigns as France calls for aid

Protesters took to the streets of Lebanon again Sunday, demanding top officials resign following the…

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Sturgis biker rally in South Dakota underway despite COVID-19 pandemic
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Sturgis biker rally in South Dakota underway despite COVID-19 pandemic

Motorcycle enthusiasts are gathering for the opening day of the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally…

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Biden’s VP pick could be a Black woman. Why it would be a game-changer
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Biden’s VP pick could be a Black woman. Why it would be a game-changer

If Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, chooses a Black woman as his running…

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