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Two Britons Traveled the World in Tandem Biking for 218 Days and 22 Hours

Two British doctors have set a new Guinness record, cycling over 28,000 km in 218 days and 22 hours, according to UPI.

The Guinness Book of Records notes that Lloyd Collier and Louis Paul Snellgrove have improved the previous achievement for the fastest round-the-world tandem bike tour for men by 9 days.

Countries around the World Are Seeking Compensation from London for Brexit

Countries including Australia have asked for trade compensation from the UK and the EU over Brexit disruption, BBC reported.

During negotiations at the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Australia said its exports of beef and lamb had already suffered because of the uncertainty surrounding Brexit.

The Victims of the Devastating Fires Raging in Australia Are Now Four

The victims of the devastating fires raging in Australia since Friday are now four, TASS and France Press reported, citing the latest police figures.

A man's body was found near the town of Kempsey, in southeastern New South Wales. He is believed to be a 58-year-old resident who has not been seen since Friday.

Donald Tusk: UK Will Become a "Second-Rate Player" after Brexit

Britain will lose its influence in the world and become a "second-rate player" after leaving the EU, said Donald Tusk, quoted by Reuters.

Proponents of Brexit point out that the UK is the fifth largest economy in the world and argue that leaving the EU will open up new opportunities in world trade.

#2019PresidentialElection/ Over 559,000 Romanians from abroad cast their vote by 18:00 hrs

Over 559,000 Romanians from the diaspora turned out to vote on Sunday, until 18:00 hrs. This is the third day of the presidential election in the diaspora. About 25,200 Romanians from abroad voted by mail. According to information from the Central Electoral Bureau's online platform, most voters in the diaspora were from Italy - about 114,000 in as many as 142 polling stations.

#2019PresidentialElection/ Over 273,000 Romanians turn out to vote abroad until Sunday at 07:00

Over 273,000 Romanians exercised their right to vote at polling stations abroad in the first round of the presidential elections until Sunday, at 07:00, Romania's time, when the second day of voting concluded in America as well, according to the data released on the Central Electoral Bureau platform.

#2019PresidentialElection/MAE: First day of abroad voting ends in 777 polling stations

The first day of voting abroad in the presidential elections ended in 777 polling stations in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, and until 23:00 (Romania's time) a number of 77,130 Romanian citizens had exercised their right to vote, according to the data supplied by the Central Electoral Bureau, informs the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE).

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