Putin says Russia first to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, dubbed ‘Sputnik V’
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Putin says Russia first to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, dubbed ‘Sputnik V’

President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia had become the first country in the…

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Lukashenko’s election: Second night of clashes in Belarus
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Lukashenko’s election: Second night of clashes in Belarus

Protests continued for a second night in Belarus, in the wake of incumbent President Alexander…

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Niger attack: France sets terror probe following killings
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Niger attack: France sets terror probe following killings

Troops in Niger backed by French air power launched a hunt Monday for the killers…

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Britain says it wants more flexibility to send illegal migrants back to France
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Britain says it wants more flexibility to send illegal migrants back to France

Britain said on Tuesday it wanted greater flexibility to return illegal immigrants back to France…

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Belarus election challenger Tikhanouskaya ‘safe’ in Lithuania
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Belarus election challenger Tikhanouskaya ‘safe’ in Lithuania

Belarus opposition challenger Svetlana Tikhanouskaya is in Lithuania, the foreign minister said on Tuesday, following…

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Lebanon PM quits: “We are witnessing the end of an era”
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Lebanon PM quits: “We are witnessing the end of an era”

Lebanon’s prime minister stepped down from his job on August 10 in the wake of…

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Beirut: Experts are working to prevent further damage
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Beirut: Experts are working to prevent further damage

French emergency technicians are working to prevent further damage in Beirut. Subscribe to France 24…

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Lebanese PM Diab resigns after slamming “endemic corruption”
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Lebanese PM Diab resigns after slamming “endemic corruption”

In a brief televised speech after three of his ministers resigned, Prime Minister Hassan Diab…

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Restaurants struggle as Covid-19 keeps customers home
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Restaurants struggle as Covid-19 keeps customers home

Restaurants the world over have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Being inside busy areas…

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Hong Kongers defy China, rush to buy pro-democracy newspaper after owner’s arrest
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Hong Kongers defy China, rush to buy pro-democracy newspaper after owner’s arrest

Hong Kongers rushed to buy pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on Tuesday in a show of…

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