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President @realDonaldTrump holds a news conference"

The White House: "LIVE: President @realDonaldTrump holds a news conference" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Kanye West donates for George Floyd’s daughter

Image caption Kanye West has donated to George Floyd's family. Kanye West has set up a fund to cover the cost of university for George Floyd's six-year-old daughter Gianna. He's also donated £1.5 million ($2m) to other causes, including paying the legal fees of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, who were killed in 2020. Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in Georgia whilst out jogging. Breonna Taylor was an emergency medical technician and was ... Full story

Combat drone to compete against piloted plane

Image caption The XQ-58A Valkyrie is one example of a combat drone aircraft. It is not known which planes will be used in the test. The US Air Force will pit an advanced autonomous aircraft against a piloted plane in a challenge set for July 2021. The project could eventually lead to unpiloted fighter aircraft that use artificial intelligence (AI). Lt Gen Jack Shanahan, head of the Pentagon's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, called the ... Full story

U.S. military commander says China pushing territorial claims under cover of coronavirus

FILE PHOTO: An aerial view of China occupied Subi Reef at Spratly Islands in disputed South China Sea April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Francis Malasig/Pool/File Photo. TOKYO (Reuters) - China is using the coronavirus as a cover to push territorial claims in the South China Sea through a surge in naval activity meant to intimidate other countries that claim the waters, the commander of U.S. Forces in Japan said on Friday. There has been a surge of ... Full story

Dutch PM now says 'Black Pete' tradition will disappear

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his attitude towards “Black Pete”, a figure from pre-Christmas celebrations that has been criticised as a racist caricature, had undergone “great changes” in recent years. FILE PHOTO: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte speaks during a news conference in the Hague, Netherlands March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier/File Photo. Rutte said his view had changed since 2013, when he said “Black ... Full story

'It's not over': COVID-19 cases rise in some nations easing lockdowns: WHO

FILE PHOTO: The headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO) are pictured in Geneva, Switzerland, May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File Photo. GENEVA (Reuters) - Some countries have seen “upticks” in COVID-19 cases as lockdowns ease, and populations must protect themselves from the coronavirus while authorities continue testing, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. The epicentre of the pandemic is currently in ... Full story

White House adds fencing around perimeter

WASHINGTON — After another night of peaceful protests outside Lafayette Square, workers were seen putting up new fencing barriers around the White House complex Thursday morning, adding to the 8-foot fence that was erected around the entrance to Lafayette Square earlier this week. Reporters arriving at the White House as early as 5:30 a.m. ET Thursday described seeing black fences being put up along the Eisenhower Executive Office Building ... Full story

Shaman critical of Putin loses bid to end enforced psychiatric treatment

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court on Friday rejected a challenge by a Siberian shaman critical of President Vladimir Putin who says he has been illegally incarcerated in a psychiatric hospital, his lawyer said. FILE PHOTO: Russia's President Vladimir Putin takes part in a video conference call with members of the Security Council at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia June 4, 2020. Sputnik/Alexei Nikolsky/Kremlin via ... Full story

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Belly Mujinga: Prosecutors asked to review evidence in coronavirus-linked death of railway worker Standard

The Crown Prosecution Service has been asked to review evidence into the coronavirus -related death of railway worker Belly Mujinga . The British Transport Police said the case was not being reopened but that a request for evidence to be reviewed was "in recognition of wider public interest". Ms Mujinga died in April, a few weeks after an incident at London’s Victoria station, leaving a widower and an 11-year-old daughter. British Transport ... Full story