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BUDAPEST/KYIV, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Hungary summoned the Ukrainian ambassador and accused its neighbor of intimidation on Monday after Ukraine´s state security service (SBU) raided the offices of ethnic Hungarians, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said.

There are several dozen coronavirus vaccines in various stages of clinical trials, with some almost ready to be submitted for potential authorization. Most experts say we'll have many more ready to distribute by early 2021. 

It said the Security Service conducted searches at local charitable foundations in the Transcarpathian region checking "information about the involvement of the foreign fund in activities aimed at violating the state sovereignty of Ukraine."

Britain began inoculations this week and the United States could start vaccinations as early as the coming weekend, while Canada on Wednesday approved its first vaccine with initial shots due from next week.

The Hungarian Cultural Association in Transcarpathia said in a statement on Monday that forces of Ukraine's security service had raided their headquarters and the home of their chairman, searching for evidence of "activities aimed at violently changing the borders." They said the house searches were related to an earlier court case.

The benchmarks are set for a sixth consecutive week of gains as promising vaccine trials helped quell gloom over record increases in the number of new infections and deaths around the world in the coronavirus pandemic.

"It is unacceptable that while a country ... wants to be part of the transatlantic community, it continuously intimidates and puts pressure on a minority belonging to a NATO member," Szijjarto said in a video statement on his Facebook page.

Russia was a vocal opponent of the reclassification, according to a ban on video-sharing app TikTok -- which has a Chinese parent company-- along with at least 58 other apps that originate from China. The news of a potential ban comes as anti-China sentiment in India remains high following a deadly clash in June at a disputed border high up in the Himalayas that left at least 20 Indian soldiers dead.

Uber and Lyft have long been able to pay drivers what they wanted and to change pay rates when they wished. That's because drivers are classified as independent contractors and don't have the same labor protections as employees. But now regulators in various states, including New York, Washington and California, have begun looking into more pay protections for drivers.

The South Asian nation will restrict bidders from any country it shares a land border with, under amended investment rules that cite concerns over national security, according to the report. The decision is awaiting approval from the Indian Prime Minister's office and is set to be announced within one to two weeks.

The declaration launched at the EU summit on Thursday states that the rule-of-law link to funds will be applied objectively and only to safeguard the proper use of EU money, rather than to punish countries under the separate EU rule-of-law probes.

"There is a package for the big four," he told reporters, referring to the jobs of secretary general, high commissioner on national minorities, special representative for freedom of the media and head of the office for elections and human rights.

Royalties from its patent portfolio are expected to account for about a third of Ericsson's forecast 29 billion crowns of operating profit in 2021, and this lawsuit could cut earnings by around 20% per quarter, said Liberum analyst Janardan Menon.

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The two countries have repeatedly clashed in recent years over what Hungary said were curbs on the rights of around 150,000 ethnic Hungarians living in Ukraine to use their native tongue, especially in education, after Ukraine passed a law in 2017 restricting the use of minority languages in schools.

Chinese telecoms Huawei and ZTE are expected to be locked out of India's 5G rollout plans amid spiralling relations between the neighbouring countries, according to a Bloomberg report published Thursday.  

They said the investigation was also looking at assistance to a foreign state by certain Ukrainian public figures, suspected of "supporting the state bodies of a neighboring country in conducting subversive activities to the detriment of Ukraine. If you have any inquiries pertaining to wherever and how to use 163 dolares, you can get hold of us at our own internet site. "

The eastern European country of 3.5 million, where the West and Russia vie for influence, has been rocked in recent years by instability and corruption scandals, including the disappearance of $1 billion from the banking system.

If approved, India will join a growing list of countries including the US, UK and Australia that have banned Huawei from providing 5G technology for their respective wireless networks over security concerns. In late June, Singapore chose Europe's Nokia and Ericsson over Huawei to develop the city-state's main