A screenshot shows Cecile Jimenez speaking during a Facebook Live stream of the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg's Memorial Day service at the Luxembourg American Cemetery on Saturday, May 23, 2020. Jimenez, a nurse practitioner, is a medical officer at the embassy and spoke about the sacrifice health care workers make on the front lines of both war and the fight against viruses like COVID-19, the pandemic that forced officials to stream the ceremony online rather than have a large gathering.<br>U.S. Embassy Luxembourg/Facebook

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1,000 protest Belarusian president's quest for another term

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Time running out on the last US-Russia nuclear arms treaty

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Body of Ukraine lawmaker found in office, had gunshot wound

The body of 47-year-old Valeriy Davydenko was found by a cleaner in the restroom of his office. He had a gunshot wound and there was a pistol near him.

Libya's Hifter: Tripoli campaign to continue despite losses

The military commander of eastern Libya-based forces Saturday said they will continue fighting forces loosely allied with the U.N.-supported government in Tripoli, even though his campaign has suffered setbacks in recent weeks.

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