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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has imposed sanctions on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, his son and senior members of the government, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Tuesday.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's police force has ordered officers with tattoos bearing racist symbols or language to remove them within six months.
PARIS (Reuters) - France will gradually ban the use of wild animals in circuses, phase out orca and dolphin shows and will ban mink farming for fur, the environment minister said on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Venezuelan father waiting in Mexico to plead his U.S. asylum case who has yet to meet his newborn daughter. An Iraqi refugee stuck in Jordan despite his past helping U.S. soldiers. A mother sent back to Honduras after being separated at the U.S.-Mexico border from her two young children. A Malian package courier deported after three decades in the United States. And an Iranian couple kept apart for years under a U.S. travel ban.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's overburdened public health systems, dearth of testing facilities and overcrowded slums had experts predicting a disaster when COVID-19 hit the continent in February.
MANAGUA (Reuters) - The government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has proposed two pieces of legislation that would clamp down on news outlets and nongovernmental organizations, which critics say is an attempt to control the opposition and the media.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Supreme Court on Monday upheld an 18-month ban from public office for Catalonia's separatist, regional head of government Quim Torra on charges of disobedience.
(Reuters) - A Kentucky legislator who was arrested during demonstrations over the Breonna Taylor case accused Louisville police of detaining her and about 20 allies on false pretenses on Sunday and called for charges to be dropped.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The largest city in Brazil's Amazon has closed bars and river beaches to contain a fresh surge of coronavirus cases, a trend that may dash theories that Manaus was one of the world's first places to reach collective, or herd, immunity.