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Justin Trudeau's 21-second pause on a question about Trump's actions i...

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Ottawa/IBNS: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's 21-second pause on June 2 before answering a reporter's question about U.S. President Donald Trump's handling of nationwide protests against police violence, was condemned by the Civil rights leader Al Sharpton on Thursday, media reports said.
Canada: Ontario considering Stage 2 of reopening despite surge in COVID-19 cases
Ottawa/IBNS: Ontario Premier Doug Ford said during his daily brief conference on Thursday that he might announce the reopening of Ontario's Stage 2 as early as next week, despite a recent surge in new cases of COVID-19, media reports said.
Donald Trump faces lawsuit over attack on protesters outside White House
Washington/UNI: United states President Donald Trump has been sued in federal court of America over his Monday act of forcefully removing the protesters outside White house.
Thousands Gather in New York City to Remember George Floyd
New York/Sputnik/UNI; Thousands of New Yorkers are marching from Brooklyn to Manhattan to mark the life and death of George Floyd, an African American man who died in police custody.
Nearly 60 percent of Canadians Do Not Have Confidence in Trudeau to Prevent Economic Crisi...
Toronto/Sputnik/UNI: Nearly 60 percent of Canadians do not have confidence in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s abilities to prevent a deepening economic crisis amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, an Angus Reid poll revealed.
Minnesota Governor Says All Protesters Should Be Tested for COVID-19
Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said that all participants of the massive protests against racism and police violence should be tested for COVID-19.
Canada's unique species found nowhere else on earth, reports Dan Kraus
Ottawa/IBNS:  308 species, subspecies, and varieties of plants and animals which are uniquely Canadian, are found nowhere else on the planet, said a new report released Jun 4 by Dan Kraus, a senior conservation biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NSC) and a lead author of the report on endemic species, media reports said.
US to suspend flights by Chinese airlines from June 16
Washington/IBNS: Amid the rising tension between two countries, the United States on Tuesday ordered to suspend all flights by Chinese airlines into and out of the country.
Ontario observes National Indigenous History Month, takes steps to protect indigenous wome...
Ottawa/IBNS: June 2020 is being observed as a National Indigenous History Month (NIHM) all over Canada, media reports said.
US wants a democratic, stable Afghanistan: Mike Pompeo
Washington/UNI: Main goal of the United States in the Afghan peace talks is to bring democracy and stability to the country and ensure strategic and long-term relations between the two countries, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said during a video conference meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
Some 200 protesters arrested in Virginia capital for curfew violations
Washington/Sputnik/UNI: Around 200 anti-racism protesters have been arrested in the US state of Virginia’s capital city of Richmond for curfew violations, Virginia Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality movement leader Phil Wilayto said on Tuesday.
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