Newsy 29 Jun 2020

Questions Mount After Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops


Russia's military intelligence unit, which is behind global assassinations, doesn't "expect there to be any consequences," an analyst tells Newsy.

Brexit talks have been put on pause after London and Brussels failed to reach agreement, according to Michel Barnier.
Volunteers offer Russian doctors lifts to house calls
Tony Hsieh passed away more than a week after he was pulled from his burning family home and new questions have emerged along with photos from the scene.

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Coronavirus vaccine clinics have opened across Moscow with health workers and teachers first in line to get Russia's Sputnik V jab.

Seventy COVID-19 clinics opened in the Russian capital on Saturday, three days after President Vladimir Putin ordered a 'large-scale' immunisation programme that he claims will begin with two million doses being made available this week.

The Sputnik V has not yet completed Phase 3 of its trials, unlike the vaccine produced by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, sparking widespread criticism it is not safe for use.

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