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Iraq military says Turkish drone kills 2 senior commanders

Iraq's military says a Turkish drone strike has killed two senior Iraqi security officials

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Biden VP pick: Kamala Harris chosen as running mate

The California senator is the first black woman to be chosen as a running mate.

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Mexico probing alleged bribes in ex-president's campaign

Mexico’s former president and finance secretary are squarely in the sights of the country’s attorney general, who says his office is investigating the alleged use of bribes to fund a presidential campaign

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Art, artifacts back on display for Israel Museum reopening

The Israel Museum, the country's largest cultural institution, is returning the priceless Dead Sea scrolls and other treasured artworks and artifacts to its galleries

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Taliban bomber hits Pakistani army vehicle in NW, wounding 3

Officials say a Taliban suicide bomber has attacked a military vehicle carrying a brigadier and two junior officers in northwest Pakistan, wounding all three

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Dutch government plans to tighten virus quarantine measures

The Dutch health minister says he plans to introduce mandatory home quarantine for people identified by local authorities as having been in close contact with somebody infected with the coronavirus and travelers returning from high-risk countries

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Urgent pumping removes oil from ship grounded near Mauritius

In a race against tides and time, workers have pumped tons of fuel from a Japanese bulk carrier ship grounded in the shallow waters of Mauritius to try to prevent a renewed oil spill from further fouling the island’s eastern lagoons and shore

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Severe flooding displaces scores of thousands in Somalia

Severe flooding continues to displace thousands of people in Somalia

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Sudan imposes curfew in eastern city after clashes kill 13

Sudanese authorities are imposing a round-the-clock curfew in an eastern port city after tribal clashes earlier this week killed more than two dozen people and wounded more than 40 others

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After multiple crises, this time some Lebanese feel broken

Beirut's massive explosion is just the latest in multiple crises that have hit Lebanon the past year, including massive protests, economic collapse and the coronavirus pandemic

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Coronavirus: New Zealand locks down Auckland after cases end 102-day run

Four family members test positive for Covid-19 in Auckland, where a lockdown has now been imposed.

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Incumbent party leads Trinidad & Tobago general election

Trinidad & Tobago Prime Minister Keith Rowley appears to have secured reelection with preliminary election results showing his party winning a 22-19 parliamentary victory in the energy-rich Caribbean nation mired in a recession

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Puerto Rico gov sues elections commission in primary debacle

Puerto Rico’s governor is adding new demands to conflicting proposals for rescuing the U.S. territory’s botched primary election

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EU's top diplomat says bloc to review ties with Belarus, mulls action over vote crackdown

EU's top diplomat says bloc to review ties with Belarus, mulls action over vote crackdown

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At least 13 reported killed in bus crash outside Mexico City

Mexican authorities say at least 13 people died when a bus overturned on a highway outside Mexico City

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Belarus election: A second night of violence and protests

A BBC team in Minsk saw violent scenes amid protests sparked by Sunday's disputed election result.

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UK minister in France seeks crackdown on migrant boat flows

Britain’s immigration minister has said after a meeting with French officials that the two countries are looking to put new muscle into their efforts to stop a record number of migrants successfully crossing the English Channel to Britain in small boats

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UK court says face recognition violates human rights

A British court says that police violated human rights laws in using facial recognition technology

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Serbia considers buying Chinese missiles despite US warning

Serbia is considering the purchase of a modern Chinese air defense missile system as the United States warned that such deals with Beijing could jeopardize the Balkan country’s proclaimed European Union membership goals

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Taliban warn against attacks on freed prisoners going home

The Taliban are warning the Afghan government against any attacks on Taliban members who are to be freed from prison in the final prisoner release under a U.S.-Taliban deal

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