Morning News Brief: Palestinian authorities deploy forces, new health secretary for UK, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi Published: Jun 27, 2021, 10:06 AM(IST)

Morning News Brief: Palestinian authorities deploy forces, Donald Trump joins Rumble, and more Photograph:( WION Web Team )

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Good morning! Begin your day with WION's daily news brief. 

We bring you the biggest stories of the day so far. From UK's former finance minister Javid being appointed as health minister, to Palestinian authorities deploying forces. From Donald Trump joining Rumble to Thousands turning up for Paris Pride March. 

 

We have it all. Please click on the headline to read the full story.

 

UK's former finance minister Javid appointed as health minister

British former finance minister Sajid Javid will replace Matt Hancock as the country's health minister, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said on Saturday.

British former finance minister Sajid Javid will replace Matt Hancock as the country's health minister, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said on Saturday.

 

Palestinian Authority deploys forces during protest against critic's death

The Palestinian Authority (PA) on Saturday deployed security forces to confront protesters who took to the streets of Ramallah in the West Bank after one of President Mahmoud Abbas's biggest critics died in custody.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) on Saturday deployed security forces to confront protesters who took to the streets of Ramallah in the West Bank after one of President Mahmoud Abbas's biggest critics died in custody.

 

Donald Trump joins video platform Rumble ahead of Ohio rally

Former US President Donald Trump joined video platform Rumble on Saturday, the same day he will take the stage at a campaign-style rally in Ohio, his first such event since the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

Former US President Donald Trump joined video platform Rumble on Saturday, the same day he will take the stage at a campaign-style rally in Ohio, his first such event since the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

 

Peruvians take to the streets in Lima amid fears over election meddling

Thousands of Peruvians supporting socialist Pedro Castillo and right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori took to the streets on Saturday amid swirling uncertainty over the result of a tight June 6 presidential election that has been held up by legal challenge

Thousands of Peruvians supporting socialist Pedro Castillo and right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori took to the streets on Saturday amid swirling uncertainty over the result of a tight June 6 presidential election that has been held up by legal challenge.

 

Thousands turn out for Paris Pride march

Around 30,000 people turned out for the annual Pride march in Paris Saturday, police said, starting for the first time in one of the capital's working-class suburbs.

Around 30,000 people turned out for the annual Pride march in Paris Saturday, police said, starting for the first time in one of the capital's working-class suburbs.

 

Watch: UK health secretary Matt Hancock quits after kissing row

 

 

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