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1. Iranian lawmaker says 230 killed in November protests
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2. Official says east Libya forces retake key town from rivals

Libya’s eastern-based forces on Sunday retook a key town from militias allied with the U.N.-supported government, a spokesman said, as growing foreign intervention in the conflict appeared to move the Libyan war into a new phase. Libya was plunged into chaos when a NATO-backed uprising toppled longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. The country is now split between a government in the east allied with the former army commander Khalifa Hifter, and one in Tripoli in the west supported by the United Nations.


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3. Iran says 230 killed in November protests

A senior Iranian lawmaker said Monday that 230 people were killed and thousands injured in November protests sparked by a petrol price hike, state news agency IRNA reported. It is the first time that an official in Iran has given overall casualty figures for the street violence. "During these events 230 people were killed, six of whom were official agents and security forces," said Mojtaba Zolnour, head of the parliament's national security and foreign affairs committee.


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4. Coronavirus: South Africans cheer as alcohol goes back on sale

People were banned from buying it as part of efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus.


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5. German ministry proposes $6.2 billion stimulus to boost car sales

Germany's Ministry of Economics has proposed a $6.2 billion (5 billion euro or £4.5 billion) buyer bonus scheme as part of an impending stimulus package in an effort to boost car sales, two people close to the matter said on Sunday. Global car sales have slumped as production lines and showrooms shut in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The heads of the co-governing Social Democrats (SPD) and Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) are expected to present the overall stimulus package on Tuesday, which could total up to 80 billion euros, according to one media report.


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6. Protests Over George Floyd's Death Spread Across The Globe
??>Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of New Zealand Monday to protest against racial injustice. Reports say the demonstrations remained peaceful as leaders called for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to publicly condemn the death of George Floyd in the U.S. China and Iran bothdenounced Floyd's deathMonday.


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7. Protests Over George Floyd's Death Spread Across the Globe
??>Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of New Zealand Monday to protest against racial injustice. Reports say the demonstrations remained peaceful as leaders called for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to publicly condemn the death of George Floyd in the U.S. China and Iran bothdenounced Floyd's deathMonday.


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8. Iran says scientist jailed in US to return in days

Tehran said Monday that scientist Sirous Asgari, one of more than a dozen Iranians behind bars in the United States, is set to return to the Islamic republic within days. Asgari was accused by a US court in 2016 of stealing trade secrets while on an academic visit to Ohio. The academic told British newspaper The Guardian in March that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency was keeping him in a detention centre in Louisiana without basic sanitation and refusing to let him return to Iran despite his exoneration.


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