Canada says Lukashenko is not 'legitimate' leader of Belarus: foreign minister

FILE PHOTO: Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Francois-Philippe Champagne speaks to media at a cabinet retreat in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Blair GableOTTAWA (Reuters) – Alexander Lukashenko is not the legitimate leader of Belarus and he is disregarding basic human rights and democratic principles, Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said in a statement on Thursday. “Canada considers that […]

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No new 2p or £2 coins to be made for 10 years

Anyone who likes to see a new production date on their coins is set for a disappointing decade. The Royal Mint has no plans to make new 2p or £2 coins for the next 10 years. A coin mountain lies in storage as demand has dropped, in contrast to banknotes. The issue was revealed in a wide-ranging report on the […]

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Obama memoir to be released Nov. 17 in 25 languages

Fmr. Obama spox reacts to Biden’s latest ‘miscues,’ Chris Wallace moderating first debate Zach Friend, former Obama spokesperson, discusses the impact of Joe Biden’s gaffes on his campaign and expectations for the first presidential debate. Former President Barack Obama will release the first volume of his presidential memoirs on Nov. 17 in 25 languages, publisher Penguin Random House announced Thursday. The […]

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Soft Drink Stocks May Be About to Regain Their Fizz

Soft drink stocks have come under selling pressure during the pandemic amid declining sales at restaurants, convenience stores, and gas stations. However, growing at-home consumption of soda, coffee, and snacks has helped pep up revenues. Furthermore, market research from Statista shows U.S. soft drinks sales growing 6.5% annually between 2020 and 2025. Key Takeaways Growing at-home sales have helped offset […]

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Trump: 'We'll be helping the airlines' as furloughs loom

Trump: We’ll be helping the airlines President Trump says the administration will be helping the airline industry during a news conference. As the major U.S. airlines, still dealing with the fallout of the coronavirus, prepare to furlough thousands of workers, President Trump is ready to throw the industry a lifeline. Continue Reading Below “We’ll be helping the airlines, you have to […]

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Biden says he’d be willing to shut country down to stop coronavirus if scientists recommended it

Joe Biden accepts Democratic nomination: ‘Ally of the light’ Former Vice President Joe Biden is promising to guide America out of what he calls ‘this season of darkness’; Peter Doocy reports. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said in a Friday interview with ABC News that he would agree to shut down the country again if scientists recommended doing so to […]

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Firing Fauci would be 'unimaginable,' NIH director says

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 19 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxNews.com. The idea of infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci being fired by the White House as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic is "unimaginable," National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins said Sunday. Collins said that he has not received any requests from […]

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Israel's leader is starting to pay a 'political price' as virus cases surge, protests erupt

The Israeli government made "very serious mistakes" after initially containing the coronavirus outbreak, and "tremendous damage" is being done to the economy, political analyst Joel Rosenberg said as cases in the country continue to climb rapidly. Daily cases fell as low as single digits after Israel took action in March, but cases started surging again after activity was allowed to […]

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Second stimulus check will be smaller, targeted toward lower-income and jobless Americans: Larry Kudlow

Stimulus phase 4? Peter Navarro reveals White House strategy for the next package Peter Navarro, White House Trade Adviser, addresses confusion over whether there will be another round of stimulus While President Trump has advocated for additional stimulus payment amounts that are larger than the first round, an administration official on Friday told reporters the checks may end up being […]

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Working parents could be in a bind if public schools only open 1 day a week

College campuses should aim for in-person instruction: Hoover Institute fellow Hoover Institution fellow Lanhee Chen weighs in on whether or not the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should provide guidance for schools and colleges throughout the United States. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below Many states' […]

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