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Saudi Arabia will no longer impose the death penalty on people who committed crimes while still minors, the country's Human Rights Commission says. The announcement, citing a royal decree by King Salman, comes two days after the country said it would ban flogging. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - which Riyadh has signed - says capital punishment should not be used for offenses carried out by minors. In a statement published on Sunday, Awwad Alawwad, president of the state-backed commission, said a royal decree had replaced executions in cases where crimes were committed by minors with a maximum penalty of 10 years in a juvenile detention center//bbc

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could ease the coronavirus restrictions in the country before the 7 May lockdown deadline, The Telegraph reported on Sunday. According to the newspaper, the UK prime minister could "modify" elements of the lockdown "if scientific advice allows for it." Johnson is returning to work on Monday after having recovered from COVID-19. According to British media reports, Johnson will be meeting with Health Secretary Matt Hancock and may host the daily coronavirus briefing on Monday. The prime minister revealed that he had tested positive for the coronavirus in late March and was transferred to intensive care with persistent COVID-19 symptoms at the start of April//sputnik

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Following the 2018 unilateral withdrawal of the US from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the re-imposition of sanctions against Iran, Washington has been issuing special waivers that permit some countries and companies to conduct business with Tehran. The US Department of State has extended a waiver for Iraq to continue receiving Iranian electricity for 30 days, a time significantly shorter than previous exemptions that varied from 90 to 120 days, the official said, referring to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, according to the outlet. The official reportedly said that the waiver would expire on 26 May, noting that the Trump administration would reassess renewing the exemption again once a “credible government” is formed in the Middle Eastern country//sputnik

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit global markets, oil prices have experienced dramatic falls. On 23 April, however, Brent and WTI crude reported modest gains, reaching $22.25 and $15.7 per barrel, respectively. The Brent crude price for July delivery rose to over $25 per barrel, according to market data. As of 02:54 Moscow time on Monday (23:54 GMT on Sunday), the price of July futures for Brent crude rose 0.93 percent, up to $25.04 per barrel. The price of June futures for Brent crude was $21.64 per barrel. The price of June futures for WTI crude fell 1.42 percent in the early hours of Monday, down to $16.7 per barrel//sputnik

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