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As protests grip the nation, officers have doused crowds with pepper spray, struck protesters with batons, steered police cars into throngs, shoved demonstrators and screamed curses

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Nikol Pashinyan says he has no symptoms, will work from home

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Officials say the increasing number of recoveries from the virus and health measures taken at schools makes them confident that they can handle the pandemic

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Trump administration decision to end special treatment for Hong Kong and impose restrictions on Chinese students in US prompted by a new national security law in Hong Kong 

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Shanghai Shenhua and Nigeria forward Odion Ighalo extends his loan deal at Manchester United until January 2021.

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The widespread protests and outcry following the incident have increased pressure on Biden to choose a black woman

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There are concerns that the virus may be spreading through India's villages as millions of jobless migrant workers return home from big cities

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Afghanistan in on the ‘brink of a humanitarian disaster’ officials say

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Top UN official in Yemen says 31 of the world organization's 41 programs have shut their doors or are reducing operations due to funding shortfalls

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Netflix, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Citibank, Target among companies backing protesters demanding change

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Economic, political and social turmoil around the world fail to dampen investors’ spirits 

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People were banned from buying it as part of efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus.

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The Southeast Asian country has faced food shortages and a signs of more poverty because of anti-coronavirus containment measures, Some measures were lifted June 1

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The US has 1.7 million cases while Brazil, which is emerging as the world’s hotspot for the virus, has more than 514,000, according to Johns Hopkins University

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It's a sweeping mandate affecting a variety of services

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It's a sweeping mandate affecting a variety of services

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Hong Kong trading over 3%, Shanghai 2% higher

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Lack of trust in government makes contact tracing harder

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Drug developers search for pandemic hotspots at home and abroad

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Tens of thousands protest peacefully in US

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The protest in Rio de Janeiro called "Black Lives Matter" was interrupted when police used tear gas to disperse the crowd 

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Several thousand marched peacefully. Then around 9 p.m., trouble started

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