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Facebook removes video from Trump account citing COVID-19 misinformation

Facebook has removed a video posted to Donald Trump personal account, saying it violated a policy against harmful COVID-19 misinformation

Security team assigned to family of Dr. Anthony Fauci amid death threats

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. leading expert on infectious diseases, has revealed he now needs security due to threats against him and his family

Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of first atomic bombing

Bells have tolled in Japan Hiroshima for the 75th anniversary of the world first atomic bombing -- a criminal act committed against a civilian population by the United States

Brazil court rules government must protect tribes

Brazil Supreme Court has ruled that President Jair Bolsonaro government must adopt measures to stop the spread of novel coronavirus to the country vulnerable Indigenous communities

U.S. reports 1,242 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

The U.S. reported 1,262 more COVID-19 fatalities in the last 24 hours, according to data by the Johns Hopkins University, figures that take its total death toll to 157,930

Brazilian Supreme Court withdraws complaint against Lula that prevented him from participating in 2018 elections

Brazil Federal Supreme Court has withdrawn former Minister Antonio Palocci complaint about the legal action against former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, which blocked him from running in the 2018 elections

Syrian air defenses respond to fresh Israeli aggression

The Syrian air defenses have responded to the Israeli military’s Monday night aggression against the Arab country army positions, state media reports

Global cases top 18 million as countries hit grim new milestones

The world-wide death toll from the coronavirus is approaching 700,000, with nearly 18 million confirmed cases, as the pandemic continues to accelerate

U.S. economy records worst quarterly drop in history

The U.S. economy suffered the largest three-month collapse in its history during the second quarter of 2020, with the coronavirus crisis causing the equivalent of a 33% drop in annual economic output


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