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Family members say Indian soldiers are unarmed and caught off guard by the Chinese conflict

New Delhi (Reuters)-Government sources in India say that Indian soldiers killed in close combat with the Chinese army last month were unarmed and surrounded by a larger force on a steep ridge. Two soldiers deployed In the area and its whereabouts. FILE PHOTO: Demonstrators burned portraits of President Xi Jinping and shouted slogans while protesting China in Kolkata, India, on …

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France will not ban Huawei, but urges 5G telecom operators to avoid cooperation with Huawei

PARIS-The head of the French network security agency ANSSI said that in the launch of the French 5G telecommunications network, the use of equipment provided by Huawei will not be completely banned, but it is pushing French telecommunications companies to avoid switching to Chinese companies. “All I can say is that there will be no comprehensive ban,” Guillaume Poupard said …

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Mexican urban residents prevent Americans from entering

Local residents in Mexico organized Saturday to block the road with cars. Residents posted videos showing that several travelers complained that they are Mexican citizens and have the right to transit. This route is the fastest route to the seaside resort of Puerto Peñasco (also known as Rocky Point). Ramos Arzate wrote that only people from the United States should …

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Democrats worry that the US has lost the COVID-19 battle

Democrats are increasingly worried that the country has lost its fight against the new coronavirus. In the months since March, public health officials have been advocating (and local policy makers have imposed) strict domestic TCM and social evacuation guidelines that seem to curb the spread of COVID-19. But in the past two weeks, as states have opened their doors to …

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Hachalu Hundessa: Ethiopian singer’s death turmoil kills 166

Image copyright Daji Pictures illustrate Hachalu said he would accept death threats Officials said that after the Ethiopian singer Hachalu Hundessa was killed, at least 166 people have been killed by the national unrest. A senior police chief said that 145 civilians and 11 security personnel died in the Oromia region alone. Ten people were killed in the capital Addis …

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Botswana stalled due to large-scale elephant death investigation

Environmentalists say the government of Botswana is trying to understand the cause of the sudden death of hundreds of elephants. Since the beginning of May, nearly 400 elephants have died. No one knows why. The government charity National Park Rescue said that after several weeks of inaction by the government, the test was just sent to the laboratory, but it …

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Macron will reveal the new cabinet on Monday

French President Emmanuel Macron. | Sean Gallup/Getty Images by Matthew Rocca (MATEI ROSCA) with Rem Montaz Eastern Daylight Time07/05/2020 10:25 An official at the Elysee Palace said that French President Macron’s office will announce the composition of the new government on Monday. The move will be made after former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe and his government resigned on Friday, and …

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Bolton said Trump spent most of his time on TV

The sacked national security adviser is promoting his popular memoirs from the White House. He said on Sunday, “Comparing the time Trump spends working at his desk instead of watching “Cable News”, “It will be an interesting Statistics”. Source link

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TikTok was banned in Australia because of concerns that Chinese apps pose a threat to national security

Fearing that social media platforms pose a threat to national security and may share user data with China, the Australian government is facing a call to ban TikTok. The popular video application owned by Chinese company Bytedance has been used by more than 1.6 million Australians. A federal congressman revealed plans to put TikTok before foreign intervention through social media …

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Masking U.S. concerns: How do we make people take COVID-19 seriously? -CBS News

Masking U.S. concerns: How do we make people take COVID-19 seriously? CBS News Supporters continue to rally Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro as Brazil’s death toll rises As the city reopens, Brazil will pass 1.5 million cases of coronavirus Coronaviruses: Brazil’s Bolsonaro downplays law requiring masks BBC News Brazil diluted the mask method because its coronavirus cases exceed 1.5 million Al …

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