03 May 2020

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Multiple gunshots from N. Korea hit S. Korean border guard post (76)
TOKYO, May 3 (KUNA) - Several gunshots from North Korea hit a South Korean guard post inside the Demilitarized Zone on Sunday, prompting the South to fire back, Yonhap News Agency reported, citing the South's military. South Korean soldiers on guard duty at the unit in the central border town of Cheorwon heard gunshots at around 7:41 a.m.
Boris Johnson: Hospital doctors were ready to announce my death (52)
The UK prime minister said he required ‘liters and liters of oxygen' to stay alive. By James Randerson 5/3/20, 9:40 AM CET Boris Johnson said that he came so close to dying in hospital with COVID-19 that doctors were ready to announce, what he called a "'death of Stalin'- type scenario." The U.K.
Trump Says Intelligence Points to COVID-19's Origins in Chinese Lab (48)
In-Depth Coverage By Steve Herman, Jeff Seldin May 01, 2020 U.S. President Donald Trump says he has a "high degree of confidence" the coronavirus pandemic originated in a Chinese laboratory, going beyond a rare, public assessment issued hours earlier by his top intelligence agency. Asked late Thursday if he has seen evidence from U.S.
Afghanistan probes Iran border migrant deaths (21)
Iran is denying its border guards beat, tortured and forced Afghan migrants into a river where some drowned. The Afghan government has launched an investigation and promised "necessary" action. The Afghan government is investigating reports that migrants attempting to enter Iran drowned after being forced into a river by Iranian border guards. The incident took place on Friday when dozens of Afghan migrants attempted
Legal action fears if Premier League season doesn't finish (23)
By ROB HARRISMay 3, 2020 GMT The Premier League could face years of legal challenges if this season is not completed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the chairman of Crystal Palace warned Sunday. Steve Parish offered public support for the league's "Project Restart" plans after relegation-threatened Brighton and West Ham expressed concerns about teams being forced to play their remaining games in neutral stadiums.
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