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United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, and Qatar Foreign Minister Mohammed Bin Adbulrahman Al Thani

Top U.S. Diplomat Criticizes FIFA Armband Threat At World Cup

FIFA warned players wearing armbands in support of the "One Love" campaign that they would immediately be shown yellow cards if worn on the fields.

 | By Associated Press

Ukrainians queue to fill containers with drinking water.

Ukraine Tells Citizens to Evacuate Liberated Areas Before Winter

Authorities urged residents of the two southern regions, which Russian forces have been shelling for months, to move to safer areas.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

Argentina's Lionel Messi reacts disappointed during the World Cup group C soccer match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia

World Cup Stunner: Saudi Arabia Beats Messi's Argentina 2-1

The Saudis' previous biggest win was 1-0 over Belgium at the 1994 World Cup.

 | By Associated Press

A building burns in Anyang in central China's Henan province.

Report: Welding Sparked Central China Fire That Killed 38

One or more welders operating in violation of safety rules appear to have let loose sparks that ignited cotton fabric in the building, officials said.

 | By Associated Press

Lights on a police car

Mexico Investigates North Carolina Woman's Death During Trip

A video circulating on social media shows a woman being beaten by another woman, apparently in a villa in San Jose del Cabo.

 | By Associated Press

Apartment buildings destroyed by Russian shelling.

Ukraine Says It Will Look Into Alleged Prisoner Shooting Video

Russia says video snippets posted on social media show Ukrainian forces executing Russian troops.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

House flattened by an earthquake in Indonesia.

Indonesia Quake Death Toll Rises To 268; 151 Others Still Missing

The 5.6 magnitude quake shook the region in West Java province, injuring hundreds of people and prompting evacuations from the region.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

Man wearing a face mask.

China's Guangzhou Locks Down Millions In 'Zero-COVID' Fight

China is the only major country in the world still trying to curb virus transmissions through strict lockdown measures and mass testing.

 | By Associated Press

Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines.

VP Harris To Visit Front-Line Philippine Island In Sea Feud

Vice President Kamala Harris will meet President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Monday to reinforce security and economic ties.

 | By Associated Press

A plume of smoke rises during a fire caused by a Russian attack in Kherson, southern Ukraine.

Renewed Shelling Threatens Key Ukrainian Nuclear Plant

Multiple explosions abruptly ended a period of relative calm around the nuclear facility that has been the site of fighting since Russia invaded.

 | By Associated Press