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After more than 600 days shut out, Delhi's students just want to go back to school

Dharini Mathur's son had just turned 4 when he started pre-school online. More than 600 days later, he still sits behind his computer screen, attempting to learn virtually -- while making zero contact with his classmates and teachers.

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N. Korea confirms missile tests as Kim visits munitions site

North Korea says its two latest rounds of weapons tests this week were successful and vows to speed up the development of more powerful warheads

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Xiomara Castro becomes Honduras' first female president

Xiomara Castro was sworn in as Honduras' first female president Thursday in the capital, Tegucigalpa.

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Crowd in Toronto cheers on anti-vaccine trucker convoy

A large crowd gathered outside a mall north of Toronto to cheer a group of local truckers preparing to join a convoy to Ottawa protesting the Canadian government’s coronavirus vaccine mandate for cross-border drivers

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Burkina Faso's junta leader promises security, order

Burkina Faso’s new military leader says he is going to bring security and order back to the conflict-ridden nation and unite the country, but warns that betrayal wouldn’t be tolerated by the new regime

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Officials ID Indian family who died trying to cross into US

Officials in Ottawa say they have confirmed the identities of four Indian nationals whose bodies were found frozen in Manitoba near the Canada-U.S. border last week

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Venezuela: Petition fell short in seeking Maduro recall vote

Venezuela’s National Electoral Council says an opposition petition drive seeking to force a recall referendum against President Nicolás Maduro fell far short of the signatures needed

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Mexican town protects forest from avocado growers, cartels

Regular citizens have taken the fight against illegal logging into their own hands in the pine-covered mountains of western Mexico

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27 drug smugglers killed at Jordan-Syria border, Jordanian army says

Jordanian soldiers killed 27 armed drug smugglers as they tried to enter the country from Syria on Thursday, an army spokesman said.

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Spotify removes Neil Young after he calls for Joe Rogan to go

The Harvest Moon singer says airing Rogan's podcast amounts to "lies being sold for money".

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Statue of Kobe Bryant and daughter at crash site

A sculptor places a statue of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna at the site of their helicopter crash.

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Xiomara Castro: Honduras' first female president sworn in

Xiomara Castro has promised sweeping changes but she already faces a political crisis.

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F35-C fighter jet: Race is on to reach sunken US plane... before China

The $100m jet is fair game, in international waters. "It's the Hunt for Red October meets the Abyss."

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US Navy officer 'bribed by cash and prostitutes'

Dozens of officials were part of what has been called the worst corruption case in US navy history.

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Storm Ana kills dozens in Malawi, Madagascar and Mozambique

Some 100,000 people have lost their homes in Madagascar, while parts of Malawi are disaster zones.

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'He stole from me' - Stormy Daniels testifies at her ex-lawyers trial

The porn star who says she had sex with Donald Trump is a witness in a court case against her ex-lawyer.

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Ukraine crisis: BBC tries to track down official bomb shelters in Kyiv

Ukrainian authorities have mapped out Kyiv's bomb shelters, but can the BBC's Sarah Rainsford find them?

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Kerry hosts world's largest carbon emitters in first forum since UN climate summit

John Kerry on Thursday is hosting his first major international climate meeting of the year with the world's largest greenhouse gas emitters.

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6 dead, 30 missing after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia

Tunisia's official news agency says at least six people have died and an estimated 30 are missing in the Mediterranean Sea after their boat sank off the coast of Tunisia as they sought to migrate from Africa to Europe

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Honduras' next president sworn in amid uncertainty

Xiomara Castro has been sworn in as Honduras’ first female president, facing high expectations to turn around the deeply troubled country amid uncertainty about whether an unfolding legislative crisis will allow her the support she needs

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