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Trump announces that the U.S. has facilitated a new ceasefire in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

A third ceasefire was reached in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Armenia and Azerbaijan both reached an agreement on Sunday agreeing to stop the deadly fighting that lasted for four weeks. The governments of the United States of America, the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan stated in a joint statement that the humanitarian ceasefire will begin at 8 …

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Florida is on the brink of a COVID-19 resurgence-South Florida Sun Sentinel-South Florida Sun Sentinel

Florida is on the brink of resurgence of COVID-19-South Florida Sun Sentinel South Florida Sun Sentinel As the state added 12 WJXT News4JAX, there are no other reports of COVID-19 deaths in northeastern Florida Florida has reported more than 2,300 COVID-19 cases and another 12 deaths FOX 35 Orlando Florida reports 2385 new COVID-19 cases, 12 of which have died …

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Polish women gather in church to protest new restrictive abortion law

Warsaw, Poland-Polish women’s rights activists staged protests during Sunday church services in mainly Roman Catholic countries to protest the tightening of the country’s already strict abortion laws. According to reports in Polish media and social media, on the fourth consecutive day of protests, militants held up banners during mass demonstrations in some churches. A young woman in a church in …

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Why Belarusian protesters continue to take to the streets

For nearly three months, tens of thousands of Belarusians from all walks of life participated in a weekly protest, demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko resign after 26 years in power. Critics say that the election was held in August and that the election was neither free nor fair. The rally usually attracts more than 100,000 people, who believe that the …

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Important threshold for the passage of the nuclear weapons prohibition treaty

The treaty aimed at destroying all nuclear weapons and permanently banning the use of nuclear weapons has reached an important benchmark. Honduras has become the 50th country to ratify the agreement, which is the minimum required for the agreement to enter into force as international law. The United Nations announced on Saturday night that it had reached the ratification threshold …

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The King of Malaysia rejects the Prime Minister’s proposal to declare a state of emergency

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP)-The King of Malaysia on Sunday rejected an offer from the embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to declare a state of emergency to combat the new coronavirus outbreak. Muhyiddin’s plan involves the suspension of parliament and has aroused national outrage. Critics criticized the move as an undemocratic method of sticking to power when the leadership faces challenges. …

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Trump says he will easily resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and deserves the Nobel Peace Prize

President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he would “rectify” the ongoing fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh region between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the South Caucasus. He said it would be in line with the “Middle East peace” he has made. Than, the conflict will be “easy”. Trump responded to several supporters at a rally in Berry, New Hampshire, on Sunday …

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Kuwait Retail Cooperative deletes French products on Prophet Cartoon

Kuwait/Paris (Reuters)-Kuwaiti retail cooperatives boycotted French products for using the Prophet Muhammad’s cartoons in French school classes on freedom of speech. The teacher was subsequently beheaded by a Chechen boy. In Saudi Arabia, the largest economy in the Arab world, the second major trend on Sunday was to call for a boycott of the French supermarket retailer Carrefour’s theme label. …

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