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President Trump said he approved a deal struck with U.S. companies Oracle and Walmart to keep TikTok alive, but the agreement does not accomplish what the president sought to achieve.
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A federal judge in San Francisco has blocked the Trump administration's order that would have banned Chinese-owned app WeChat, which millions in the U.S. use to stay in touch with family and friends and conduct business in China
(Left) During the coronavirus pandemic, cleaning has become more intense and important. Gloves used for cleaning photographer Celeste Alonso's house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Right) Plants on Alonso's balcony.
Suzy Margueron (seated, center) who advocates for people with hearing loss, likes to gather with friends in Paris' Luxembourg Gardens. All have transparent masks, but say it's others who should be wearing them too.
A health worker wearing protective gear collects a swab sample during a medical screening for the coronavirus in Mumbai on Wednesday. The number of registered coronavirus cases passed 5 million on Wednesday.
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Icons for the smartphone apps TikTok and WeChat are seen on a smartphone screen in Beijing. President Trump said he does not plan to support any deal to save TikTok in the U.S. that keeps China-based ByteDance as its majority owner.
The detention of Vitali Shkliarov, seen in a Moscow cafe in 2017, is part of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's efforts to portray the uprising against his regime as a Western-backed plot, Shkliarov's lawyer tells NPR.
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A sign (left) outside a Mongolian-language school in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, reads: "When the people have conviction, the state has strength and the ethnic minorities have hope." The sign at right says: "Rule of law."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (from left), President Trump, Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani and Emirati Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan wave from the Truman Balcony at the White House. The group participated in the signing of the Abraham Accords on Tuesday.
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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny posted a photo of himself with daughter Daria, son Zahar and wife Yulia on his Instagram account Tuesday from his hospital bed in Berlin.