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Trudeau says Canadian health care isn’t living up to promise

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada’s health care system isn’t living up to its promise, and he plans to add billions more in funding

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Chinese balloon part of vast aerial surveillance program, U.S. says

China’s spy balloon effort operates in Hainan province off China’s south coast and has for years collected information on military assets in several countries, U.S. officials…

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In a Turkish town shattered by the earthquake, death is everywhere

As hope for the missing dissolved, there were bursts of sorrow and anger, in terrible scenes that played out on what seemed like every block in…

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Lubomir Strougal, Moscow’s Cold War ally in Czechoslovakia, dies at 98

Mr. Strougal, who served 18 years as prime minister, backed the Soviet-led invasion in 1968 to crush the Prague Spring protests.

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Mexico blames anesthesiologist for 35 meningitis deaths

Mexican authorities have arrested an anesthesiologist they blame for an outbreak of meningitis that has killed 35 patients and sickened 79

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Mudslides smash villages in Peru; at least 12 confirmed dead

Residents of five small gold-mining villages in southern Peru’s Arequipa region are struggling to salvage their belongings after landslides caused by strong rains killed at least…

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Mudslides smash 5 villages in Peru; death toll lowered to 12

Residents of five small gold-mining villages in southern Peru’s Arequipa region are struggling to salvage their belongings after landslides caused by strong rains killed at least…

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Despair and glimmers of hope in scramble to save earthquake survivors

With more than 7,000 people dead, a figure set to rise, Monday’s earthquake, which devastated Turkey and Syria, was one of the deadliest of the 21st…

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22 people killed in bus, car collision in Pakistan

Police say a speeding bus has collided with a car and plunged into a ravine in northwest Pakistan, killing at least 22 passengers and injuring 12…

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D.C.-area Turkish community launches fundraising effort for quake victims

The Turkish embassy in D.C. has asked for donations of blankets, clothing and food, which will be sent to help victims in Turkey.

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Aid to quake-hit Syria slowed by sanctions, war’s divisions

Aid workers say getting aid into Syria after this week’s devastating earthquake has been hampered by the country’s deep fragmentation from years of war

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Wreckage, rescue and hope in Turkey’s earthquake epicenter

Zeliha Hisir tried to speak, but could barely move after her hourslong rescue Tuesday near the epicenter of Turkey’s earthquake

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UK private school headteacher found dead with husband, child

British police have opened a homicide investigation after the headteacher of an elite private school was found dead along with her husband and 7-year-old daughter

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Pakistan bids farewell to ex-leader Musharraf and his complicated legacy

Former military ruler is buried quietly as country debates his record of reform and repression.

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Canadian endocrinologist among Wolf Prize winners

A Canadian endocrinologist whose research has helped develop therapies for diabetes and obesity and three chemists whose work has advanced our understanding of RNA were announced…

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New images of the Chinese balloon recovery show the closest glimpse yet

U.S. sailors have recovered substantial remnants of the Chinese surveillance balloon that was shot down over the Atlantic, providing the closest glimpse yet of the craft.

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‘I saw death’: Rescuers in rebel-held Syria plead for help after quake

Rescue workers in Syria’s rebel-held Idlib province are working around-the-clock to rescue survivors of Monday’s earthquake and are pleading for international help.

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Newborn, toddler saved from rubble in quake-hit Syrian town

Residents in a northwest Syrian town discovered a crying infant whose mother gave birth to her while buried underneath the rubble of a five-story apartment building…

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Zambia rearrests 8 Croatians after charges dropped

Zambian authorities confirm that officials have rearrested eight Croatians, preventing them from leaving the southern African country after a court dropped child trafficking charges against them…

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Countries rush aid, medical teams and rescue dogs to Turkey and Syria

The United States, Germany, South Korea, India and Iran are some of the countries sending aid to Turkey and Syria.

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Russia pledges military support to Mali during Lavrov visit

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has pledged military support to Mali and other aid during his first visit to the West African nation

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Bangladesh seeks new terms for Adani coal electricity deal

The electricity deal charged impoverished and indebted Bangladesh more for power than from comparable coal-fired plants.

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Archaeologists uncover rare 14th-century Spanish synagogue

Archaeologists in the southern Spanish town of Utrera confirm they have uncovered a 14th-century synagogue hidden within a building that was later converted into a church,…

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Belgian police detain 25 in Chinese sex trafficking probe

Belgian authorities say they have detained 25 people as part of a human trafficking probe targeting an alleged criminal organization suspected of sending Chinese women to…

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Photos: Rescuers search for survivors after earthquake in Syria and Turkey kills thousands

More than 5,100 people have died after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and neighboring Syria. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a state of emergency…

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UK police officer, exposed as serial rapist, jailed for life

A former London police officer has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term of 30 years for raping and sexually assaulting a dozen…

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After the balloon, China works on fixing U.S. ties while still looking tough

Time is running out for Secretary of State Blinken to hold his postponed visit with the opening of China’s parliament and a planned Taiwan visit looming.

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Hundreds attend funeral of Pakistan’s ex-President Musharraf

Pakistan’s former President Pervez Musharraf has been buried in his family’s hometown, the southern port city of Karachi, a day after a special plane transported his…

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Overnight rescue dig saves toddler trapped in Thai well

An overnight rescue operation has successfully retrieved a 19-month-old girl from a dry artesian well shaft, 18 hours after she fell into the hole at a…

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Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum hosts blockbuster Vermeer exhibition

A blockbuster exhibition at the Netherlands’ national museum of art and history is bringing together 28 works by 17th-century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer

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Israeli principal on trial in Australia in child sex abuse

A former principal at a Jewish girls’ school in the Australian city of Melbourne will go on trial Wednesday on 29 charges of child sex abuse

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Court says South Korea responsible for Vietnam War massacre

A South Korean court has ordered the government to pay $24,000 to a Vietnamese woman who survived a gunshot wound but lost several relatives when South…

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South Koreans wonder: Will the U.S. still protect us from North Korea?

With North Korea’s nuclear threat rising, South Koreans are debating whether they can trust that the United States will protect them in case of war on…

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2 pilots walk away from Boeing 737 tanker crash in Australia

Two pilots have walked away with minor injuries after a Boeing 737 jet converted for firefighting crashed in Australia

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Sub-Saharan Africa is ‘new epicenter’ of extremism, says UN

A new report by the U.N.’s international development agency says that sub-Saharan Africa is the new global epicenter of violent Islamic extremism and that people are…

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Ukraine live briefing: Kyiv’s forces holding on to Bakhmut, Zelensky says; U.N. chief warns of ‘wider war’

“I fear the world is not sleepwalking into a wider war. I fear it is doing so with its eyes wide open,” said U.N. Secretary General…

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Palestinians: Teen killed in Israeli army raid in West Bank

The Palestinian Health Ministry says that Israeli troops killed a Palestinian teenager in an army raid in the occupied West Bank

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Live Updates | Turkey, Syria earthquake kills thousands

The medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders says a staff member has been found dead under the rubble of his house in Syria’s Idlib province following…

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Frantic searching in Turkey, Syria after quake kills 4,000

Rescuers are racing to rescue survivors from the rubble of thousands of buildings brought down by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and multiple aftershocks that struck eastern…

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Quake in Turkey and Syria follows a deeper history of disaster

Steeped in antiquity and home to some of humanity’s oldest civilizations, the lands of southern Turkey and Syria have a long historical record of earthquakes.

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Live updates: More than 4,300 dead in Turkey, Syria earthquake amid fears of new humanitarian crisis

The death toll is expected to grow, adding strain to a region already beset by years of war and displacement.

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Steady rains set off mudslides that kill at least 36 in Peru

Authorities in Peru say landslides triggered by steady rains swept mud, water and rocks into several villages in the country’s south, killing at least 36 people

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N. Korean leader orders military to improve war readiness

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered his military to expand its combat exercises and strengthen war preparedness as he looks to escalate an already…

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Maryland doctor helpless as parents, in-laws are trapped in southern Turkey

Houssam al-Nahhas’s parents and in-laws have nowhere to go after the temblor severely damaged their homes.

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UN chief fears world is heading toward a wider war

The United Nations chief is warning that the world is facing a convergence of challenges “unlike any in our lifetimes.”

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U.S. military failed to detect prior Chinese incursions, general says

The craft shot down Saturday off the South Carolina coast marked at least the fifth time in recent years that Beijing has breached the nation’s airspace.

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How to help people affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria

More than 3,000 people have been killed, and 11,000 more injured after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey and Syria. Here’s how to help.

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Officials: Plane carrying Musharraf’s body lands in Pakistan

Officials say a plane transporting the body of Pakistan’s former president Pervez Musharraf from the United Arab Emirates arrived in Karachi amid tight security

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Russia ends disclosure rules for officials, citing wartime secrecy needs

As Kyiv pursues an anti-corruption campaign that has led to dismissals and resignations, President Vladimir Putin signed a law to suspend public disclosure rules

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Survivors scream as desperate rescuers work in Turkey, Syria

Rescue workers and civilians passed chunks of concrete and household goods across mountains of wreckage early Monday, moving tons of wreckage by hand in a desperate…

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Hurricane deaths at nursing home: accident or manslaughter?

The trial of a Florida nursing home administrator accused of causing the overheating deaths of nine patients after a 2017 hurricane is underway

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EU Parliament planning for possible Zelenksyy visit in days

The European Union’s legislature is preparing plans to host Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday should the Ukrainian president decide to come to Brussels to attend an EU…

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Turkey-Syria earthquake

What to know about the 7.8 earthquake in Turkey and Syria.

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Maps, photos and videos show earthquake’s widespread destruction

An early-morning earthquake Monday was centered in southern Turkey, but its effects were felt by millions across the region, from Kahramanmaras, to Aleppo, to Damascus.

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Kenyan court says Meta can be sued for psychological distress

An employee at Facebook’s Nairobi hub for content moderation said he suffered PTSD from disturbing images.

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Mali orders UN human rights official to leave the country

Mali’s government has ordered the U.N. peacekeeping mission’s human rights chief to leave the country by Tuesday

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Powerful earthquake devastates Turkey and Syria. Death toll mounts.

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake in southern Turkey and a series of powerful aftershocks killed more than 2,000 people in Turkey and neighboring Syria.

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66,000 war crimes have been reported in Ukraine. It vows to prosecute them all.

The number of potential war crimes in Ukraine is in the tens of thousands, making choices about what to prosecute very difficult

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Zambia drops child trafficking charges against 8 Croatians

A court in Zambia has discharged eight Croatians who were charged with child trafficking

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3 US tourists stabbed in popular Puerto Rican neighborhood

Police say three U.S. tourists were stabbed in Puerto Rico after someone told them to stop filming in a renowned seaside community known as La Perla…

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New Indian Ocean fishing rules in big win for coastal states

Indian Ocean states agreed Monday to temporarily halt the use of industrial fishing gear that is drastically depleting tuna stocks in a win for oceanside states…

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Normally sleepy Jericho drawn into West Bank violence after Israel kills 5

Israel said two of those killed were implicated in an operation to attack a Jewish restaurant outside Jericho, though no one was hurt in that incident.

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Media watchdog urges release of journalist detained in Kabul

Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders along with 14 French media outlets and production companies are calling on Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers to release a journalist imprisoned for…

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Deadly earthquake exacerbates suffering of displaced Syrians

The deadly 7.8 earthquake that struck Turkey near the Syrian border has hit hard in areas that house millions of war-displaced Syrians

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Syria’s rebel-held northwest, fragile from civil war, devastated by earthquake

An earthquake in southern Turkey caused damage in Syria’s rebel-held areas, weakened by years of civil war with Bashar al-Assad’s government.

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China claims ownership of second suspected spy balloon above Latin America

Beijing also stepped up its protests against the U.S. military decision to shoot down the suspected spy balloon that traversed mainland United States last week.

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Hong Kong’s top court rules surgery not needed to register gender change

The Court of Final Appeals ruled that the rights of Harry Tse and one other had been breached when their applications to change their gender on…

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Bomb kills soldier, wounds 11 people in southwest Pakistan

Pakistani officials say a bombing killed a soldier and wounded 11 others, mostly civilians, in southwestern Pakistan

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Japanese official’s homophobic remarks highlight lagging LGBTQ rights

Japan’s prime minister fired an aide who said he “doesn’t even want to look” at same-sex couples, sparking outcry and renewing attention on LGBTQ rights.

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Iran singer who faces prison wins Grammy for protest anthem

An Iranian singer who faces possible prison time for his song that’s become an anthem to the ongoing protests shaking the Islamic Republic wept early after…

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Hsing Yun, Buddhist abbot who built universities, dies at 95

Buddhist abbot Hsing Yun, who established a thriving religious community in southern Taiwan and built universities overseas, has died

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Iran protesters released from prison wrestle with fear and trauma

Mass detentions of Iranian protesters have taken a heavy physical and psychological toll on the people cycling through prison.

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Israeli military: Several Palestinian gunmen killed in raid

The Israeli military says several Palestinian gunmen have been killed in a gun battle that broke out in a Palestinian refugee camp in the West Bank

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7.8-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Turkey, leveling buildings

Residents are trapped under rubble, according to video footage of the aftermath. The quake was felt as far away as Lebanon, Jordan and Israel.

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7.8 magnitude earthquake shakes central Turkey

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken central Turkey

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Fire damages Buddhist temple in Australian city of Melbourne

A Buddhist temple has been extensively damaged by fire in the Australian city of Melbourne

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Ukraine’s defense minister to be replaced, top parliamentarian says

The changes come amid a broader effort by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to reassure Western allies.

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Avalanches kill 9 in Italy, Austria as heavy snow hits Alps

Nine people have died in avalanches in Austria and Italy over the weekend as heavy snow and school holidays drew skiers into the Alps

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Amid crisis, Haitians find solace in an unlikely place: soup

Soup joumou, known as “independence soup”, is a cultural staple in Haiti

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Balloon bickering: GOP attacks Biden’s handling of China’s incursion

Republicans seize on the opportunity to second-guess the president’s handling of the Chinese balloon in the wake of the public’s attention.

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Northeast temperatures soar a day after bone-numbing cold

Temperatures in many areas of the Northeast U.S. are climbing into the mid-40s Fahrenheit, a day after the region suffered through temperatures that plummeted into the…

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Pope hits back at critics who used Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Francis accused some of his critics Sunday of taking advantage of Pope Benedict XVI’s death to score ideological points in the latest salvo in the…

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Pope planning India, Mongolia trips after Lisbon, Marseille

Pope Francis is planning to visit India next year and is studying a possible trip to Mongolia later this year

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Pope, Anglican, Presbyterian minister denounce anti-gay laws

Pope Francis, the head of the Anglican Communion and the top Presbyterian minister have spoken out on LGBTQ rights

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The balloon saga strains an already fraught U.S.-China relationship

The days of intrigue over the balloon generated no shortage of partisan hot air in the United States. But the episode may be more damaging to…

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Iran’s supreme leader promises to pardon ‘tens of thousands’

The announcement, amid a deadly crackdown against protesters, came with numerous exceptions.

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Cubans respond with zeal to new US migration policy

Overwhelmed by thousands of Cubans crowding its southern border after making the dangerous trip through Central America and an increase in makeshift boats crossing the Florida…

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Spain: Rights groups urge more protection for hunting dogs

Animal rights groups and pet shop owners have marched in separate demonstrations to protest a new animal welfare law sponsored by the Spanish government

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Chile fights to contain wildfires that left at least 23 dead

Officials said an intense heat wave is complicating efforts to control the fires, which have scorched forests and uprooted hundreds of people.

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Turmoil risks financial stability Peru long took for granted

The Peruvian city of Cusco is normally a bustling mecca for international tourists

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Woman dies as migrant boat sinks off Greek island

Authorities say a woman has died after a boat carrying at least 41 migrants crashed on a rocky coast on the Greek island of Leros

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Iraqis protest gender violence after YouTube star killed

Dozens of Iraqi residents and activists are protesting in the city of Diwaniyah days after a 22-year-old YouTube star was killed allegedly by her father

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Ukraine: 5 injured in rocket attacks on 2nd-largest city

Officials say five people have been injured in Russian rocket attacks in the central area of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city

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Hong Kong’s largest security trial begins, with democrats in the dock

The case underscores Beijing’s determination to snuff out criticism in Hong Kong, with every prominent and many moderate opposition voices now in jail or exile.

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Bus crash kills at least 8, injures dozens in western Turkey

A passenger bus has crashed off a road and overturned in western Turkey, killing at least eight people and injuring dozens

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Iran opposition leader calls for referendum amid protests

A long-detained opposition leader in Iran is calling for a nationwide referendum about whether to write a new constitution for the Islamic Republic amid nationwide protests…

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China blames U.S. politics for ‘overreaction’ to suspected spy balloon

Beijing is downplaying the incident and fallout, as videos of a U.S. fighter jet’s missile puncturing the balloon are shared widely on Chinese social media.

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Pope makes final bid for peace, forgiveness in South Sudan

Pope Francis is making a final appeal for peace in South Sudan

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Turkey detains 15 for IS links but finds no concrete threats

Turkey’s official news agency says 15 people have been arrested for alleged links to the extremist Islamic State group following days of security warnings by Western…

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Former Israeli PM: Putin promised not to kill Zelenskyy

A former Israeli prime minister who served briefly as a mediator at the start of Russia’s war with Ukraine says he drew a promise from the…

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