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UN extends arms embargo on armed groups in volatile Congo

The U.N. Security Council has adopted a resolution extending an arms embargo on armed groups in Congo, which is facing an upsurge in violence in the…

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UK’s Johnson to host New Zealand’s Ardern in London

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will host New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in London on Friday for talks on security and boosting bilateral ties

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Ecuador: Agreement ends 18 days of strikes

Ecuador’s government and the country’s main Indigenous group have reached an agreement to end 18 days of often-violent strikes that had virtually paralyzed the country

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Canada official warns of possible COVID resurgence ahead

Canada’s chief public health officer is warning of a possible COVID-19 resurgence in the fall and winter

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On Snake Island, defiant Ukrainians force a Russian withdrawal

Ukraine scores a key symbolic victory on the Black Sea island where a lone Ukrainian soldier famously tossed a salty expletive at a powerful Russian warship

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Killing of Mexican reporter may be linked to local politics

Mexico’s president says the killing of a reporter in the northern border state of Tamaulipas may be linked to local politics

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Advocates condemn killing of Mississippi transgender woman

LGBTQ advocates say the recent fatal shooting of a 27-year-old Black transgender woman along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast reflects a disturbing pattern of violence against an already…

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Iran says it’s ready for new talks with US on nuclear deal

Iran says it’s ready for new indirect talks with the United States to overcome the last hurdles to revive its tattered 2015 nuclear deal with major…

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Four Chinese nationals abducted in deadly Nigeria attack

Four Chinese nationals were among people kidnapped on Wednesday in an attack in northcentral Nigeria that left “many security personnel” dead, authorities said on Thursday

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UN rights panel says it is alarmed over Ethiopia’s abuses

A United Nations panel focusing on Ethiopia says it’s alarmed over continued violations and abuses in the East African country

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Potential tropical storm Bonnie could hop from Atlantic to Pacific

Costa Rica and Nicaragua are in the crosshairs while another system in the Gulf will bring heavy rain to Texas

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UN: Libya rival officials fail to agree on election criteria

The U.N. envoy to Libya says two officials from the country’s rival camps failed to reach an agreement on a constitutional framework for elections after U.N.-mediated…

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Don’t bring babies in, British Parliament tells lawmakers after outcry

Legislators asked for a review of the rules after MP Stella Creasy was told she could not bring her 3-month-old into a debate.

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Remains of 7 WWI soldiers given military burial in Flanders

The remains of seven soldiers killed in World War I have been given full military burial after their remains were discovered during a gas pipeline construction…

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Russian forces withdraw from Ukraine’s Snake Island

Moscow framed the withdrawal from the Black Sea island as an effort to create a humanitarian corridor, while Kyiv said it came after intense artillery strikes…

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Caribbean storm likely to gain force, hit Central America

The U.S. National Hurricane Center says a storm that has hurled rain on the southern Caribbean and the northern shoulder of South America is expected to…

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ICC seeks arrest of 3 suspects linked to Russo-Georgian war

International Criminal Court judges have issued arrest warrants for three men wanted on suspicion of committing war crimes during the 2008 Russo-Georgian War

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Think U.S. gas prices are high? Here’s how far $40 goes around the world.

Ahead of 4th of July weekend, reporters for The Washington Post spoke to people around the world to see how high fuel costs are affecting their…

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Buckingham Palace won’t publish probe into Meghan bullying claims

Buckingham Palace confirmed that “lessons have been learned” following an investigation into complaints that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, had bullied palace staff members.

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E.U. proposes ban on flavored heated tobacco products as sales rise

The proposal, which does not address e-cigarettes that heat liquid rather than tobacco, is part of a wider plan to tackle cancer rates in the E.U.

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Remains of Congo’s independence hero interred amid honors

The remains of Congo’s independence hero and first Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba will be laid to rest in Kinshasa Thursday

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Mudslide in northeast India leaves 7 dead, 40 others missing

Pounding rain following weeks of heavy downpours has triggered a mudslide in northeast India that killed at least seven people and left about 40 others missing

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Sudan’s internet access disrupted ahead of anti-coup rallies

An advocacy group says Sudanese authorities have disrupted internet access ahead of scheduled mass protests denouncing last year’s military coup and demanding the immediate transfer of…

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Lawyer for convicted Paris attacker questions harsh sentence

The lawyer for the only surviving attacker from the November 2015 terrorist massacre in Paris has criticized her client’s murder conviction and life prison sentence without…

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Afghan Taliban hold 1st major clerical meetup since takeover

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers on Thursday held the first major gathering of Islamic clerics and tribal elders since they seized power in August, with over 3,000 coming…

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Africa’s desperate hunger: Ukraine war pushes Somalia toward famine

More than 7 million Somalis face acute food insecurity, with almost 250,000 at risk of imminent starvation.

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Putin: Western leaders would look ‘disgusting’ topless

Russian President Vladimir Putin has shot back at Western leaders who mocked his athletic exploits, saying they would look “disgusting” if they tried to emulate his…

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Despair and denial amid search for Ukrainian mall victims

How do you grieve when there is no body to be found

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New Zealand labels Proud Boys and the Base far-right terrorist groups

New Zealand said that the Proud Boys’ role in the Jan 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot contributed to its blacklisting.

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Russian forces fight to capture Ukraine’s eastern bulwark

Russian troops are fighting to encircle the last bulwark of Ukraine’s resistance in an eastern province as funerals are to be held for those who were…

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Ben & Jerry’s back in West Bank settlements, East Jerusalem

Ben & Jerry’s said it did not agree with the deal reached by its parent company Unilever.

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Russia and China slam NATO after alliance raises alarm

NATO is facing rebukes from Moscow and Beijing after it declared Russia a “direct threat” and said China posed “serious challenges” to global stability

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Live updates | NATO leaders mull North Africa, Middle East

NATO leaders are arriving at a conference center in Madrid for the third and final day of their annual summit

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‘We cannot pause our lives’: Ukrainians begin rebuilding

As the war grinds on in Ukraine, communities that were badly damaged early in the invasion are starting to rebuild

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Russia-Ukraine live updates: Homecoming for some Mariupol defenders after prisoner swap; NATO summit wraps up

Fierce fighting continued near Lysychansk in the east, where the regional governor said 15,000 civilians remain.

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India Hindus begin pilgrimage in Kashmir amid heavy security

Thousands of Hindu devotees have begun an annual pilgrimage to an icy cave in Indian-controlled Kashmir amid massive security in the Muslim-majority region

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Israeli military, Palestinians clash at West Bank shrine

The Israeli army says that Palestinian gunmen opened fire at Jewish worshipers at a flashpoint holy site in the occupied West Bank, wounding an Israeli military…

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Peru home build vexed by ‘the neighbors’ — Inca-era mummies

Hipólito Tica saved for decades to build himself a proper house in a working class neighborhood of Lima

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Did Putin inadvertently create a stronger NATO?

After NATO leaders formally decided to invite Sweden and Finland to join the bloc, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Vladimir Putin “wanted less NATO,” and now…

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‘I have no tears left’: Relatives learn loved ones died in Texas migrant tragedy

Families across Mexico and Central America have begun learning that loved ones who left in search of a future in the United States are among the…

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Marcos Jr. to be sworn in as Philippine leader in resurgence of ex-dictator’s family

President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. takes office with the Philippine economy ascendant, but has to balance relations between Washington and Beijing.

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Nicaragua closes Mother Teresa charity, 100 other groups

The Nicaraguan government has closed an additional 101 civic and charity groups, including the local branch of the Missionaries of Charity established by Mother Teresa

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Erdogan gets political boost but few concessions with NATO deal

A trilateral agreement between Finland, Sweden and Turkey appears to give few concrete concessions to Ankara.

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Xi Jinping eyes ‘victory lap’ in Hong Kong, as locals look on warily

For China’s leader, the 25th anniversary of the handover is a chance to cement power. But in the former U.K. colony, many are mourning the erosion…

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Rights group finds twin Russian strikes hit Mariupol theater

Evidence suggests twin Russian airstrikes deliberately targeted a theater being used as a shelter in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol

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Those 300,000 high-readiness NATO troops? ‘Concept,’ not reality.

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s announcement this week caught the top defense officials of many NATO members off guard, leading them to question which of their forces,…

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UN keeps peacekeepers in Mali as Russia and China abstain