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US plans to deport the Haitian bridge migrant horde

American authorities want to fly thousands of migrants hiding under a bridge in Texas back to where they started their journey on Sunday. These are mainly migrants from...

U.S. investigates reports of civilian casualties after retaliation on IS

The US Army is investigating whether civilian casualties have been incurred in the air raid it carried out on Sunday in the Afghan capital Kabul. CNN reports that at...

Sri Lanka offers free visa extensions for US tourists

Sri Lanka will extend tourist visas to 270 days by imposing a fee of $ 60- $ 200, but it will impose a fine of $ 500 on tourists who have stayed too long, the Department...

Scotland cancels virtually all COVID-related limitations

The most important coronavirus figures on Monday: Scotland is going after the southern neighbors in England and will cancel virtually all coronavirus measures from...

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Daniyar Abulgazin knows why Kazakhstan lost the Olympics

The Olympic Games in Tokyo comes to end. It ended quite modestly for Kazakhstan with eight bronze medals. How much worse is it than in previous years and who is to blame...

UK and US to resume regular flights ‘as soon as possible’

US president Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson are expected to agree to resume travel between the two countries “as soon as possible”....

US and EU implemented sanctions against Belorussian state companies

The sanctions target nine state-owned companies in the oil industry. The Belarusian economy is built on this sector, the regime relies on income. In addition, sanctions...

Early clues of man-made origin of Wuhan virus found

According to The Wall Street Journal, three employees of the virologic Institute of the Chinese city of Wuhan were so ill at the end of November 2019 that they had to go...

Blinken goes to the Middle East without much hope for a strong peace agreement

Antony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week’s Gaza cease-fire by laying the groundwork...

Irish privacy watchdog may continue to take steps against Facebook-data transfers US

The Irish privacy watchdog DPC may continue to investigate Facebook data exchange between Europe and the US. The watchdog wants to stop these data transfers because the...