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Italian govt staves off immediate prospect of early election

Italian Premier Mario Draghi’s government has staved off the immediate prospect of an early election after a key ally indicated he would remain in the coalition for now

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Officials: Heavy rains leave 17 dead over 3 days in Pakistan

Officials say at least 77 people have died in rain-related incidents across Pakistan in the past three weeks

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Syrians fear effects of Russia blocking aid to rebel area

Syrians in the last major rebel stronghold of the war-torn country are living in fear of the effects of Russia closing down the only border crossing into the northwestern province of Idlib

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Abuja prison break in Nigeria: More than 400 inmates missing

The Islamist group Boko Haram is suspected of carrying out the attack in Abuja on Tuesday night.

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Highland Park shooting: Suspect confessed to shooting, court hears

The 21-year-old suspect was able to purchase five guns despite several 'red flags' being raised.

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Boris Johnson clings to his premiership after dozens of British lawmakers resign and urge him to quit

Boris Johnson's scandal-ravaged premiership appeared on the brink of collapse Wednesday, after numerous ministers and former allies pulled their support for the beleaguered British Prime Minister and urged him to resign before he is forced from office.

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Dutch airline KLM sued over alleged 'greenwashing'

Several environmental groups have launched legal action against Dutch airline KLM over advertisements that promote flying as a sustainable form of travel

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Putin's aide warns US against pressing for war crimes court

A top Russian official has warned the U.S. that it could face the “wrath of God” if it pursues efforts to help establish an international tribunal to investigate Russia’s action in Ukraine

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Turkey again asks Sweden, Finland to extradite suspects

Turkey's justice minister says his country has sent letters to Sweden and Finland renewing its request for the extradition of people it considers terror suspects

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Lebanon hopes to repatriate Syrian refugees within months

A Lebanese minister says the government hopes to start sending back tens of thousands of Syrian refugees within months

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Correction: AF-Somalia-Ukraine’s Shadow story

In a story published July 5, 2022, about aid to Somalia, The Associated Press erroneously reported that more than a half-million children under 2 in Somalia have lost prevention help

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Key witness: Netanyahu received gifts from billionaires

A key witness in former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s corruption trial has taken the stand

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EXPLAINER: How UK Conservatives can change their leader

Britain’s beleaguered Prime Minister Boris Johnson is fighting for his political future, after two of his top Cabinet ministers walked out of their jobs and a string of more junior ministers resigned following months of political chaos

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39 suspects arrested over migrant smuggling on boats to UK

The suspected ringleader of a network that smuggled as many as 10,000 people on small boats across the English Channel to Britain has been arrested along with 38 others

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Ukraine-Russia war: Civilians flee frontline city as Russians advance

Residents are told to leave the big Ukrainian city of Slovyansk after a deadly Russian attack.

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Xi'an shuts back down as China finds first cases of new Omicron subvariant

China's northwestern city of Xi'an, home to 13 million people, was partially shut down on Wednesday after it reported the country's first outbreak of a highly transmissible new Omicron subvariant that is fast dominating the United States and Europe.

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Jihadis attack jail in Nigeria's capital, 600 inmates escape

A Nigerian official says that at least 600 inmates escaped in a jailbreak in Abuja, the capital

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French prime minister to face lawmakers at parliament

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne is to lay out her main priorities at parliament Wednesday after the government lost its majority in elections last month

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Israel's Lapid meets Macron in Paris on first trip as PM

Israel’s caretaker Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Tuesday used his first trip abroad since taking office to urge world powers to step up pressure on Iran over its nuclear activities

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson vows to keep going, intends to stay in the job

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson vows to keep going, intends to stay in the job

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