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  • Photo of Britain told about the state of Johnson

    Britain told about the state of Johnson

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues to lead the government and the fight against coronavirus, said Business Minister Alok Sharma. Johnson said on Friday that he had contracted a coronavirus, experienced mild symptoms, and self-isolated. If Johnson is unable to lead the country, the cabinet will be headed by Foreign Minister Dominic Raab. “The prime minister continues to lead the government’s efforts to combat the…

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  • Photo of 15 days to rebuild the European economy

    15 days to rebuild the European economy

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The EU summit on Thursday, dedicated to the coronavirus epidemic, resulted in a clash of supporters of the development of a new “Marshall Plan” for economic recovery and countries opposing large-scale intervention. The first is headed by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. The main opponents of his ideas are Germany and the Netherlands. The goal of the summit was to adopt a “coordinated strategy” for…

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  • Photo of Are needed US sanctions against Iran during pandemic?

    Are needed US sanctions against Iran during pandemic?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Tehran is struggling to cope with the coronavirus epidemic, but the United States is not only not going to help him, but also continues to tighten sanctions, stubbornly calling itself “the largest humanitarian aid provider in the world,” writes the Global Times. The Chinese newspaper is confident that America will “set a bad example” by such behavior, and calls on the world to pause quarrels…

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  • Photo of Italian President addresses nation on coronavirus

    Italian President addresses nation on coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Italian President Sergio Mattarella announced the need for new European approaches to combating the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and expressed the hope that its danger to Europe would be assessed “before it is too late” “We are experiencing a sad page of our history. We saw images that cannot be forgotten. A number of areas, especially the older generation, pay a very high price,” he said…

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  • Photo of Coronavirus threatens Schengen death

    Coronavirus threatens Schengen death

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Due to the coronavirus epidemic, European countries may have to close their borders from each other, and the free movement of goods and people is one of the key principles of the Schengen area, French President Emmanuel Macron cautioned. European leaders took two weeks to agree on a common plan to bring the European economy out of the crisis caused by the epidemic, writes Ouest-France.…

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  • Photo of You are pathetic Donald Trump – Maduro

    You are pathetic Donald Trump – Maduro

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro rejected US allegations of “drug terrorism” and condemned the announcement of a reward of $ 15 million for information that would help detain him, writes El Periódico. In particular, the head of state called on Americans not to mess with Venezuela if they do not want to “feel the Bolivarian rage.” Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro angrily reacted to the decision of…

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  • Photo of UK Health secretary tested positive for coronavirus

    UK Health secretary tested positive for coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Health secretary Matt Hancock says he has tested positive for coronavirus and is self isolating at home. This is a breaking news, we are working and more details will be published as soon as they are available… please refresh the page or go to IN THE NEWS to see latest updates. — Online: Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions. Contact us: [email protected]

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  • Photo of US and EU countries refuse Saudi oil

    US and EU countries refuse Saudi oil

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Oil refineries in the US and Europe refuse to buy additional volumes of oil from Saudi Arabia, even despite reduced prices, The Wall Street Journal reported citing sources. According to them, Saudi Arabia is having difficulty finding new buyers because of this. This is explained by the fact that customers are faced with the problem of lack of storage facilities, which makes it more difficult…

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  • Photo of Trump rating reached a historic high

    Trump rating reached a historic high

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The rating of US President Donald Trump reached a historic maximum of 47.1%, but there are still more dissatisfied with his work – 49.6%, follows from the averaged data of the Real Clear Politics portal. The portal analyzes the results of all the main sociological surveys in the country regarding the approval or disapproval of Trump ‘s activities since he took office in January 2017.…

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  • Photo of Merkel will pass an additional test for coronavirus

    Merkel will pass an additional test for coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Merkel will have another test for coronavirus at the beginning of next week, Ulrike Demmer, deputy official representative of the FRG government, said at a briefing. “At the beginning of the week, another test will be held, if there is news, we will inform about this,” said Demmer, answering the question about the health of the chancellor. She added that the chancellor “regularly discusses with…

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