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UN: Afghan military mistakenly fired mortars that killed 23
The UN mission in Afghanistan said its findings indicate the Afghan military had mistakenly fired the mortars this week at a busy market in southern Helmand Province that inflicted heavy civilian casualties.
Global wake-up call
By UN Secretary-General António Guterres
Hong Kong police arrest more than 300 in first protest under new security law
Hong Kong police fired water cannon and tear gas and arrested more than 300 people on Wednesday as protesters took to the streets in defiance of sweeping security legislation introduced by China that critics say is aimed at snuffing out dissent, Reuters reported.
EU reopens to outside visitors as virus surges in US
The EU reopened its borders on Wednesday to visitors from 15 countries but excluded the United States, where deaths are spiking once again and a top health official warned the country was heading in the "wrong direction".
UN: Afghan military mistakenly fired mortars that killed 23
The UN mission in Afghanistan said its findings indicate the Afghan military had mistakenly fired the mortars this week at a busy market in southern Helmand Province that inflicted heavy civilian casualties.
EU to open borders to 'safe' countries as pandemic accelerates
The European Union will reopen its borders to a select list of "safe countries" to be confirmed Tuesday, as the WHO warned the pandemic is still accelerating with more than 500,000 deaths worldwide.
China approves Hong Kong national security law
China approved a national security law for Hong Kong on Tuesday that aims to tackle subversion, terrorism, separatism, and collusion with foreign forces.
Putin urges Russians to vote for security, prosperity
President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday urged Russians to take part in a nationwide vote on constitutional reforms to ensure "stability, security and prosperity".
Maduro orders EU envoy to leave Venezuela following fresh sanctions
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered the European Union envoy to leave the country, hours after the EU announced sanctions against several officials.
Pentagon to give Trump options to reduce troops in Germany
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper will present President Donald Trump with a series of options today to withdraw thousands of US troops from Germany, with many moving to Eastern Europe, the Pentagon said Saturday.
Global coronavirus cases exceed 10 million
Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almost half a million people in seven months.
Fatal shootings take place in several US cities
At least four people were killed and some were wounded in separate shootings in US cities.
Thousands in western Myanmar flee as army plans operations, monitors say
Thousands of villagers have fled their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine state after a local administrator warned dozens of village leaders that the army planned “clearance operations” against insurgents, a lawmaker and a humanitarian group said.
Zarif: Washington does not respect human principles in imposing sanctions
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced Washington’s unfair sanctions against Tehran on Saturday saying the US did not know the basics of humanity when civilians were under chemical attacks in the west Iran nor does it recognize human principles in imposing sanctions at currently.

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