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Erdogan and Trump form a new bond when interests align

ISTANBUL – Relations between President Trump and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan were in the worst shape that could be remembered ten months ago. They waved armed clashes between their armies across the Syrian-Turkish border while Trump threatened to destroy the Turkish economy. But now that the coronavirus is in recession and gathers its opponents, both men are under …

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Pope Francis’ message to U.S. Catholics after the murder of George Floyd

Vatican City – Pope Francis called George Floyd twice and offered support to an American bishop who knelt in prayer during a protest against Black Lives Matter. The black and white cardinals have spoken about Floyd’s death, and the Vatican’s communications juggler has been moving at full speed to draw attention the cause he now represents. Under normal circumstances, Floyd’s …

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Corona virus news and live updates from around the world

As more and more states relax restrictions on coronaviruses, Erin Bromage, a professor of immunology and biology at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, a CNN staff member, addressed some important questions about the pandemic on “New Day”. Q: Will we ever shake hands again? A: “I think we will go back there sometime. It will only take some time …

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With Best Buy, customers can browse through aisles. Starbucks expects a profit for the fourth quarter

As U.S. states move deeper into reopening, some of the first to reopen have reported an increase in cases and hospitalizations. Confirmed cases in the US have gradually increased since Memorial Day weekend when crowded beaches and crowded gatherings triggered warnings from officials. Some officials have pointed to increased testing as the cause of increasing case numbers, but hospital data …

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US corona virus: 19 states are seeing increasing cases and Arizona is asking its hospitals to activate emergency plans

Arizona is one of the 19 states where the trend for new coronavirus cases is still increasing. While 24 are trending downward, the trends of seven countries are stable. According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 1.9 million people are infected with the virus nationwide and more than 112,000 people have died. At the top, the beds in the intensive …

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China removes dandruff from the list of traditional medicines

Pangolins are scale-covered insectivores the size of a domestic cat and are highly valued in Asia for their meat and scales. Last year alone, the authorities confiscated more than 130 tons of pangolin products, which, according to the WildAid conservation group, corresponds to an estimated 400,000 animals. There are eight types of pangolin in Asia and Africa. So far, the …

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India Reports Almost 10,000 Coronavirus Cases in One Day: Live | news

India had 9,985 cases in one day and 274 deaths when the country emerged from a two-month ban. Concern about a second wave of coronaviruses in the United States is growing. 22 states report a weekly increase in coronavirus cases. China has dismissed a Harvard Medical School study as “ridiculous”, suggesting that the coronavirus may be common in Wuhan in …

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