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Saturday June 19th, 2021 6:27PM

AP World News

Mexico conservatives to sue over gay pride Twitter hacking
A socially conservative Mexican political party is threatening legal action after someone hacked the Solidarity Encounter Party’s Twitter account and posted the gay pride banner and the slogan “Love is Love.”
11:41AM ( 1 day ago )
Namibian chief who urged German reparations dies of virus
A prominent Namibian traditional leader, Vekuii Rukoro, the paramount chief of the OvaHererero people who led international legal battles to bring Germany to pay reparations for its genocide in the southern African country, has died of COVID-19
11:36AM ( 1 day ago )
AstraZeneca, EU both claim a win in vaccine delivery tussle
AstraZeneca and the European Union have both claimed victory in a court tussle over allegations that the coronavirus vaccine-maker was not producing shots for the 27-nation bloc fast enough
10:30AM ( 1 day ago )
UK retail sales dip as lockdown easing lifts socializing
Retail sales in Britain slipped back in May as people ventured out to spend money on restaurants and pubs instead following the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions
10:14AM ( 1 day ago )
Turkish policeman convicted in 2014 death of teenager
A Turkish police officer has been sentenced to nearly 17 years in prison for the murder of a teenager who was hit in the head with a tear-gas canister in 2013
10:03AM ( 1 day ago )
Italy to require 5-day quarantines for travelers from UK
Italy is requiring persons who arrive from Britain to do five days of quarantine as well as take a COVID-19 swab test
9:59AM ( 1 day ago )
The Latest: Medical adviser: 'No fans' safest for Olympics
The top medical adviser to the Japanese government says the safest way to hold the Tokyo Olympics is without any fans
9:50AM ( 1 day ago )
Afghan peace envoy fears pullout will embolden Taliban
The Afghan government’s chief peace envoy has expressed fears that the Taliban will have no interest in a political settlement with the U.S.-supported administration in Kabul after the scheduled departure of American and NATO forces
9:46AM ( 1 day ago )
EU envoy: Ethiopian leadership vowed to 'wipe out' Tigrayans
A European Union envoy says Ethiopia’s leaders told him in closed-door talks earlier this year that “they are going to wipe out the Tigrayans for 100 years.”
9:43AM ( 1 day ago )
UN General Assembly elects Antonio Guterres as secretary-general of the United Nations for a second term
UN General Assembly elects Antonio Guterres as secretary-general of the United Nations for a second term
9:37AM ( 1 day ago )