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Putin: Russia’s relationship with the United States at its “lowest point” | World news

Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country’s relationship with the United States was at its “lowest point” before he met Joe Biden. In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Mr. Putin said: “We have a bilateral relationship which has deteriorated to its lowest point in recent years.” The two leaders …

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Live updates from Covid News: Karnataka eases restrictions from June 14, except in 10 districts with high positivity rates

New cases of coronavirus in India over the past 24 hours have remained below 1 lakh. In the last 24 hours, there have been 91,702 cases. According to the data, 3,403 deaths have been reported, far fewer than the 6,000-plus deaths the day before. Here are the latest updates: Total …

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Californian officer accused of assaulting homeless people | World news us

GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (AP) – A Southern California police officer has been charged with threatening and punching homeless people while on duty in two separate incidents last year, prosecutors said . Kevin Dinh, a 12-year veteran of the Garden Grove Police Department, has not been arrested and is on administrative …

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slap at Macron focuses on far-right groups | World news

ELAINE GANLEY, Associate Press PARIS (AP) – Beneath the French political landscape is bubbling an assortment of far-right groups, a subculture that caught the nation’s attention when a young man slapped President Emmanuel Macron in the face and launched a royalist cry secular. Far-right groups are seen as increasingly dangerous …

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World Pork Expo is worth a visit | News, Sports, Jobs

The 2021 incarnation of the World Pork Expo kicks off today in Des Moines at the Iowa Fairgrounds and runs through Friday. This annual event brings together pork producers, exhibitors and visitors not only from all over Iowa, but from across the country. More than 20,000 people are expected. Visitors …

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US News & World Report and Pharmacy Times® Reveal Top Recommended Health Products for 2021

US News & World Report, the world’s leading authority on consumer ratings and advice, and Pharmacy hours®, the leading multimedia resource for pharmacy professionals, today released the most recommended health products for 2021. Tylenol has become the first choice among pharmacists surveyed for the treatment of headaches, and Claritin products …

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The world needs alternatives to protect tropical forests from the sea: Guidance note | News | SDG Knowledge Center

Countries have negotiated more than 230 international agreements with provisions on coral reefs, but none have effectively protected them, according to a policy brief by Teya Penniman, IISD. Vulnerable “tropical forests of the sea” are in sharp decline due to climate change and localized stressors. The dossier entitled “Coral reefs: …

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World Coronavirus Dispatch: Is the measurement of inflation distorted in the event of a pandemic?

UK to donate over 100 million vaccines The UK government will donate more than 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine to developing countries, the Sunday Times reported. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to pledge to donate more than $ 2.8 billion in snapshots at a Group of Seven …

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G7 countries reach agreement to tax multinationals

The United States, Britain and other major nations on Saturday struck a landmark deal to pursue higher global taxes on multinational companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon. In a move that could raise hundreds of billions of dollars to help governments deal with the aftermath of Covid-19, the …

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US expresses “deep concern” over anti-corruption backlash in Guatemala | World news

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday expressed “deep concern” to his Guatemalan counterpart over efforts to abolish a prominent anti-corruption unit within the attorney general’s office, said an American spokesperson. The call between Blinken and Foreign Minister Pedro Brolo took place ahead of a …

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