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Tokyo Reports Record Number Of New COVID Cases
1 Dead, 16 Injured In Germany Chemical Complex Explosion
Cardinal, 9 Others On Trial At Vatican In Money Scandals
U.S. Agrees To End All Combat Operations In Iraq
Wildfires Prompt Evacuations In Italy's Sardinia Region
Protests Continue In Tunisia After President Suspends Parliament
U.N. Says Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Are Up 47% From 2020
Some Border Towns Are Anxious About The Return Of Tourism
Cuba Dismisses U.S. Sanctions As 'Irrelevant'
Bipartisan Bill To Add 8,000 Visas For Afghans
Eritrean Refugees Under Attack In Ethiopia's Tigray War
Funeral For Haiti's President Held In His Hometown
Biden Administration Sanctions Cuban Officials Over Protest Response
Pentagon Officials Detail Taliban Advancement In Afghanistan
Some Tokyo Residents 'Anxious' Olympics Will Fuel COVID-19 Rebound
Officials: Olympic Beds Meant To Promote Recycling
Women's Handball Team Fined For Not Wearing Bikini Bottoms
Confronting Extreme Weather & Climate Change In Europe
Canada To Reopen Border To Fully Vaccinated Americans On August 9
Investigation Finds Spyware Used By Governments To Target "Activists"
Haiti's Interim Prime Minister To Step Down
England Lifts Remaining COVID-19 Restrictions
Cubans Call On U.S. To Intervene Amid Historic Uprisings
WFTS: Florida Group Looks For Ways To Help Cubans
WXYZ: Canada's Prime Minister Signals U.S. Border Could Reopen Soon
WPTV: Cuban Americans Rally To Support Family And Friends
Eiffel Tower Reopens, COVID Passes Required Starting Next Week
Pope Reverses Benedict, Reimposes Restrictions On Latin Mass
KMGH: Holocaust Survivor Inspires Others Through Art
Protesters In France Rally Against Mandatory COVID Vaccination Pass
Haitian Security Chief In Custody Following Assassination Of President
South Africa Deploys 25,000 Troops To Quell Rioting, At Least 117 Dead
WFTX: Cuban Protests May Test Florida's New 'Anti-Riot' Law
Cameroon's Conflict Puts Schools In The Crossfire
4 Arrested Over Online Abuse Of England Soccer Players
Over 40 Dead, Dozens Missing In Heavy Europe Floods
U.S. To Evacuate Interpreters, Other Aides From Afghanistan
Cuba Under Internet Blackout After Anti-Government Protests
Rioting, Looting Continues In South Africa, Deaths Up To 72
France Vaccination Requirements Spark Vaccination Rush
Cubans In Miami Consider Boating To The Island To Support Protests
White House Reviewing Policy On Cuba Following Protests
6 Dead In South Africa Riots Over Jailing Of Ex-Leader Jacob Zuma
Police Investigate Racist Abuse Of Three England Players
Top U.S. Commander To Exit Afghanistan Amid Taliban Surge
New CDC Dog Ban Impacting Soldiers, Diplomats Overseas
France To Pull More Than 2,000 Troops From Africa's Sahel
52 Dead In Bangladesh Factory Fire As Workers Locked Inside
Lebanon's Economic Crisis Reaches A Boiling Point
Lockdowns In Asia As Some Nations See 1st Major Virus Surges
Kabul Residents Tell Newsy They Fear Taliban Return
2 Haitian Americans Arrested In Connection With Assassination
Rights Groups Hail Imprisonment Of South Africa's Ex-Leader
EU Fines 4 German Car Makers $1B Over Emission Collusion
Haiti In Turmoil After Assassination Of President Jovenel Moïse
Chinese Social Media Giant WeChat Deletes LGBT Accounts
Haiti President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated At Home
Pope, Recovering Well, Had 'Severe' Narrowing Of His Colon
Pandemic Outlook In The U.S., Around The World
Newsy Gets A Pandemic Vibe Check
Israel Blocks Law That Keeps Out Palestinian Spouses
9 Arrested In Alleged Hong Kong Bomb Plot
Afghan Military Says U.S. Left Bagram Airfield At Night Without Notice
Wreckage From Missing Plane Found In Russia
Concerns Grow As Delta Variant Infects Vaccinated People
Pope Francis Recovering from Successful Surgery
U.K. Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions Despite Rising Case Numbers
Japan Continues Rescue Efforts After Massive Landslide
Elsa Strengthens Into First Atlantic Hurricane Of The Season
Prince William, Prince Harry Unveil Statue Of Princess Diana
U.S. Troops Depart Bagram Airfield After Nearly 20 Years
WHO Decision Challenges West To Recognize Chinese Vaccines
Xi Takes Firm Line As China Communist Party Marks Centenary
Israel Scrambles To Curb Jump In COVID Infections
Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Causing Tour De France Crash
Could A Fragile Cease-Fire In Tigray End World's Worst Hunger Crisis?
KOAA: Colorado Woman Takes Judging Skills To Tokyo
U.S. To Complete Afghanistan Withdrawal By July 4
Palestinian Authority Faces Uprising After Critic Dies In Custody
Abu Dhabi To Ban Unvaccinated Adults From Some Public Places
South African Court Orders Ex-President To Jail For Contempt
Ethiopia Accepts Call For Cease-Fire In Tigray Region
U.N. Says World Must Confront Legacy Of Racism
U.S. Targets Iran-Backed Militias In Syria And Iraq
Thailand Issues COVID Bans In Bangkok
Security Official Tapped As Hong Kong's No. 2
At Least 64 Dead In Tigray Airstrike
Vice President Kamala Harris To Visit Southern Border
U.S. Takes Down News Site Linked To Iran
WTVF: What's Causing A Fireworks Shortage In The U.S.?
Russian Ship Fires Warning Shots At U.K. Warship In Black Sea
Witnesses Say Airstrike In Ethiopia's Tigray Kills Dozens
Hong Kong's Apple Daily Newspaper To Close
WHO: Poorer Countries Not Getting Enough Vaccine Supply
U.N. Group Says 41M Worldwide Are At "Imminent Risk Of Famine"
Voting Continues In Ethiopia's Election
Iran's President-Elect Calls For U.S. To Rejoin Nuke Deal
Former Afghan President: U.S. Failed in Afghanistan
Iran's New President Won't Meet With President Biden
Families Separated By Canada-U.S. Border