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Sunday May 28th, 2023 morning edition

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Valery Tsepkalo, Belarusian opposition leader, said that after a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko was taken to the Central Clinical Hospital of Moscow in critical condition.

Quote: "According to the information we have, which needs additional confirmation, Lukashenko, after meeting with Putin behind closed doors, was urgently taken to the Central Clinical Hospital of Moscow, where he is now located.

The best specialists were sent to return him from a condition assessed by doctors as critical.

It does not matter whether he returns to working condition or not, doctors warn of a possible recurrence of relapses.

Details: Later, Tsepkalo added that there is an attempt to explain Lukashenko's stay at the Administrative Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation with a medical examination.

There, in particular, he said that Russian nuclear weapons had already begun to be transported to Belarus within the framework of bilateral agreements.

He had not appeared in public or participated in official events since the in Moscow and Minsk on 9 May. »

Rwanda’s Health-Care Success Holds Lessons for Others

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Three developments stand out: low-cost community-based health insurance plans, national investments in rural health posts, and ramped-up foreign collaborations.

90 Percent More than 90 percent of Rwanda’s people had some kind of health insurance.

Owing to these efforts, in 2020, more than 90 percent of Rwanda’s people had some kind of health insurance. »

NATO urges Kosovo to de-escalate tension with Serbia

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BRUSSELS, May 27 (Reuters) - NATO on Saturday urged Kosovo to dial down tensions with Serbia, a day after its government forcibly accessed municipal buildings to install mayors in ethnic Serb areas in the north of the country.

She said KFOR, the 3,800-strong NATO-led peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, would remain vigilant.

Ethnic Albanians form more than 90% of the population in Kosovo, with Serbs only the majority in the northern region. »

Nintendo sends Valve DMCA notice to block Steam release of Wii emulator Dolphin

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On Friday, the developers behind open source GameCube and Wii emulator Dolphin received a DMCA takedown notice from Nintendo blocking Dolphin's impending release on Steam.

"We were notified by Valve that Nintendo has issued a DMCA against Dolphin's Steam page, and have removed Dolphin from Steam until the matter is settled.

I've asked Valve for comment on the DMCA notice and will update this story if I receive a reply. »