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Indian farmers continue to demonstrate against the “black laws” passed by Modi government

Farmers in India are protecting against three laws passed by the government that are endangering their rights

Three French police officers suspended over violent arrest of Black music producer in Paris

Four French police officers have been suspended after a video of the violent arrest of a Black music generator in Paris went viral.

Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases while rest of the Europe eases restrictions

Germany passed the start of one million people testing positive for COVID-19 on Friday, as other European nations fully relax their restrictions.

Germany and Russia report a record number of new deaths

In Germany, 410 people died due to COVID-19 over the past 24 hours

AstraZeneca reveals dosing mistake in coronavirus vaccine trials

AstraZeneca and Oxford University's coronavirus vaccine's high efficiency may have been in part due to a dosing error.

Viktor Orbán responsible for corruption in Hungary: Former Belgian PM

The former Prime Minister went on to say that Hungary and Poland are actually hurting their own citizens by blocking the pandemic recovery fund

Football legend Diego Maradona dies at 60

Diego Maradona, the most talked-about footballer in the history of the game, has died aged 60.

Tesco accused of racism with Romanian anti-shoplifting posters

The hints at Tesco’s Telford branch, in the English Midlands, warned would-be Romanian criminals of prosecution.

French lawmakers gives green light to the controversial global security bill

The proposed legislation would make it unlawful to share images of law enforcement officers for "malicious purposes"

Police using ‘excessive violence’ against peaceful protesters in Poland

Authorities have forced protesters on the ground, hit them with telescopic rods, and used kettling

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