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Officials Worry Protest Crowds May Spread Coronavirus

A tricky balance: freedom of speech vs. public health

Asia's fishermen and farmers go digital during virus

Farming communities in South East Asia are embracing online selling for the first time during lockdown.

Afghan Government Ready for Direct Peace Talks with Taliban

The Afghan government said Monday that it is ready to start peace talks with the Taliban. But disagreement over the prisoner swap lingers. VOA’s Jalal Mirzad reports from Kabul.

Joe Biden Seeks to Clinch Democratic Party Nomination in Nearly a Dozen Primaries Tuesday

Coronavirus extends primary election campaign past original finish line 

G7 leaders reject Russia's return after Trump summit invite

The UK and Canada oppose Russia's readmission, as Donald Trump invites Vladimir Putin to a summit.

Four Extremist Groups Suspected of Involvement in Protest Violence

Attorney General William Barr warns that violence committed by antifa and other similar groups is "domestic terrorism" and will be treated as such

Official Autopsy Rules Floyd’s Death a Homicide

Minneapolis man’s death while being restrained by police continues to spark protests across country

How Europe's art world is welcoming back visitors

Some of Europe's best known art museums are reopening but it will be far from business as usual.

Nigeria's campus cults: Buccaneers, Black Axe and other feared groups

Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka helped set up university brotherhoods in the 1950s but never imagined what they would become.

U.K. Schools Begin Reopening Despite Coronavirus Concerns

Grade schools reopened Monday for the first wave of children allowed in school since late March, despite some parent and teacher fears that reopening is not yet safe.