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25 May 2020

Poland

Sudan confirms 19 more virus deaths, 192 cases (8)
KHARTOUM, May 25 (KUNA) - The Sudanese Ministry of Health on Monday announced that 19 people died from the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and 325 others tested positive for it. The death toll rose to 162 and the overall infections topped 3,820, the ministry said in a statement. Thirty-four patients have recovered, taking the overall recoveries to 458, it added.
U.S. Memorial Day Kicks Off Amid Lockdowns As Some Countries Begin Reopening (4)
President Trump was scheduled attend honorary ceremonies as America braced for a Memorial Day like no other. Americans prepared to mark a Memorial Day like no other as the coronavirus pandemic upended traditional commemorations, while Greece sought to revive its crucial tourism sector by restoring ferry services to its popular Aegean islands. U.S.
China's land port sees 1,100 China-Europe freight trains this year (3)
(Xinhua) 13:58, May 25, 2020 HOHHOT, May 25 (Xinhua) - Manzhouli, the largest land port on the China- Russia border, has seen 1,100 China-Europe freight trains so far this year, marking an 11 percent increase year on year, according to sources with China Railway. There are currently 52 routes of China-Europe freight trains via the land port, which help promote the trade between 60 Chinese cities and 28 cities
Ukrainian workers start returning to Poland as lockdown eases (2)
Reuters | May 25, 2020, 19:08 IST Ukrainian workers study check-in documents before their departure for Poland at an airport outside Kiev. File ... Read More CHERNYAKHIV: Coronavirus or no, Vadym Diachenko needed no persuading when an employment agency offered to fly him back to Poland from his native Ukraine to work at a meatpacking plant. Diachenko, 26, is among the first seasonal workers to return to Poland on
Poland's president appoints new head of embattled top court (2)
By Associated Press 2020/05/25 18:38 WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday appointed a judge backed by the right-wing ruling party to be the new head of the Supreme Court, marking apparent victory in years of government efforts to take control of the court. The new head, Malgorzata Manowska, 55, is also head of the state school for judges and prosecutors.
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