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Brazil's Bolsonaro undergoes lung test after reported coronavirus symptoms

"I came from the hospital. I underwent a lung scan. The lung's clean"

American student locked in Egyptian prison for over a year without trial is freed, returns to US

An American medical student imprisoned in Egypt for more than a year returned to the United States on Monday, the State Department said.

Germany torn over launching study of racial profiling by police

Top security and justice officials in Germany are torn over calls by human rights activists to study the use of racial profiling by police.

Chinese authorities detain outspoken critic of Xi Jinping

A Chinese professor who has gained notoriety for being one of the few outspoken critics of President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party was taken from his home Monday on what his friends and family maintain are trumped-up charges.

UK sanctions Russians, Saudis behind 'notorious human rights violations'

Britain on Monday announced economic sanctions against individuals and organizations from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar and North Korea under new U.K. powers to punish human rights offenders.

China reports suspected case of bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia

Health officials in China have reported a case of bubonic plague in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Australia coronavirus outbreak forces states' border closure for first time in a century

The border dividing Australia's two most populous states has been shut down for the first time in a century in hopes of containing a growing coronavirus outbreak. 

WHO alters timeline to indicate it first learned of coronavirus from Internet, not Chinese officials

The credibility of the World Health Organization (WHO) and its dealings with the Chinese government in the early days of the pandemic have once again come under scrutiny.

Lightning strikes in India kill 147 over 10 days, hundreds have died since May

Nearly four dozen people were fatally struck by lightning on Saturday in northern India, joining the hundreds who have died from strikes in the past two months.

Coronavirus fears lead Mexican town to block road from US border

Fears of coronavirus outbreaks in the U.S. led the small Mexican town of Sonoyta across from Lukeville, Ariz., to briefly block the main road leading south from the U.S. border over the weekend.

Japan flooding death toll rises to 49 as more heavy rain hits region

Torrential rain brought another deluge to southern Japan on Monday as the death toll from days of flooding and mudslides climbed to at least 49 people as rescuers searched for missing people.

Suspected South American drug plane bursts into flames after illegal highway landing in Mexico

A small plane suspected of carrying hundreds of pounds of illegal drugs from South America landed on a highway in southern Mexico and burst into flames, Mexican military officials said Sunday.

Tropical Storm Edouard forms in far North Atlantic, enters the record books

An area of disturbed weather over the North Atlantic Ocean became the latest tropical storm on Sunday night and made its way into the record books.

Hong Kong protester first to be charged under new security law is denied bail

A man seen carrying a sign with the message "Liberate Hong Kong" has become the first person charged under its controversial new security law - and he has been denied bail, reports say. 

French woman thrown from roller coaster dies as husband tries to grab her feet

A woman fell to her death from a roller coaster in France as her husband desperately attempted to catch her feet, reports said.

Rocket fired at Baghdad's international airport, not far from US troops and diplomats

An unguided Katyusha rocket was fired at Baghdad's international airport Sunday night near where American troops and diplomats are housed one night after the U.S. military shot one down, according to U.S. officials.

US, China ramp up South China Sea tension with new military drills

USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan are now in the South China Sea for military drills, a U.S. Navy official confirms to Fox News.

Siberian tiger kills Swiss zookeeper in enclosure as visitors watch

A Siberian tiger killed a Swiss zookeeper inside an enclosure on Saturday as horrified visitors watched, officials said.

Rocket fired toward US Embassy in Iraq hits nearby home, injures child: reports

The attack is the latest in a series of increased activity for American installations in the country.

Tropical Depression 5 accelerates away from Bermuda, may become next tropical storm

An area of disturbed weather is quickly moving away from Bermuda on Sunday but still may become the next named tropical storm, according to forecasters.

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