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U.K. Government Issues First-Ever Extreme Heat Warning
Sri Lanka Acting President Declares Emergency Amid Protests
Russia Strikes South Ukraine City, Presses Attacks In East
Experts Comb Cargo Plane Crash Site In North Greece; 8 Dead
Cargo Plane Operated By Ukraine Carrier Crashes In Greece
Nonprofit Is Helping Americans Return Home From War-Torn Ukraine
Biden Says U.S. 'Will Not Walk Away' From Middle East
Russia Steps Up Attacks Across Ukraine
Bordeaux Blazes Rage, Firefighting Pilot Killed In Portugal
Russian Missile Attack In Vinnytsia, Ukraine, Kills 23 People
President Biden Seeks Saudi Reset With 3-Hour Crown Prince Meeting
Griner Lawyer: WNBA Star Had Doctor's Note For Cannabis Use
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Sworn In As Interim President
Ukraine's New Rocket Systems Appear To Be Setting Russia Back
Brittney Griner Appears In Third Moscow Hearing Without A Verdict
President Biden To Meet With Saudi Arabia's King And Prince
Protesters Retreat As Sri Lankan President Sends Resignation
2 Candidates Knocked Out Of U.K. Conservative Leadership Race
Japan PM Blames Police For Death Of Former Leader Abe Shinzo
Biden Says U.S. Won't Wait 'Forever' For Iran On Nuclear Deal
Cost-Of-Living Crisis To Hit Women Hardest, Report Says
Wildfires Scorch Parts Of Europe Amid Extreme Heat Wave
President Flees Sri Lanka Amid Crisis And Ire Turns To PM
U.S., Allies Aim To Cap Russian Oil Prices To Hinder Invasion
U.K. Conservatives Cast Votes In 1st Round Of Leadership Race
The Complicated U.S.-Saudi Relationship
López Obrador Urges Rejecting U.S.-Mexico Border 'Status Quo'
Sri Lanka Lawmakers To Pick New President; No Deal On Prime Minister
Iran Arrests 3rd Outspoken Filmmaker In Escalating Crackdown
Ukraine Reports Striking Russian Ammunition Depot In South
Japan Says Final Goodbye To Assassinated Former Leader Abe Shinzo
Blinken Returns From Japan After Expressing Condolences Over Abe
Mexico, U.S. Presidents To Meet Amid Newly Tense Relationship
New Coronavirus Mutant Raises Concerns In India And Beyond
WNBA All-Star Game Tips Off In Chicago Amid Griner's Imprisonment
Biden Defends Pending Visit To Saudi Arabia In Opinion Piece
South Africa Police Say 15 Killed In Bar Shooting In Soweto
Ukraine: 15 Dead In Rocket Attack On Apartment Building
Sri Lanka Opposition Meets To Install New Gov't Amid Turmoil
Faces Of The War
WNBA's Brittney Griner Honored At All-Star Weekend
Abe's Body Arrives In Tokyo As Country Mourns Ex-PM's Death
Sri Lanka President, PM To Resign After Tumultuous Protests
Russia Trying To 'Raise True Hell,' Ukrainian Governor Says
China Demands End To U.S.-Taiwan Military 'Collusion'
Beijing Appears To Retract Vaccine Mandate After Pushback
The Negative Impacts Of Americans Opting Out Of Lunch Breaks
Japan Ex-Leader Abe Shinzo Assassinated While Giving Speech
Ukrainian Grain Is Being Stolen By Russia Amid The War
Australia Flood Threat Moves North As Sydney Area Emergency Eases
Inflation Pushed 71 Million People Into Poverty Since Ukraine War
Britain's Boris Johnson Resigns Amid Scandal
The U.S. Is Investigating Harassment of Saudi Dissidents
Rally Calls For Brittney Griner's Release After Biden Comments On Case
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Battles To Hold His Job
OPEC Secretary-General Dies, Just Weeks Shy Of Departure
North Macedonia: 47 Police Officers Injured In Protests
Shanghai, Beijing Order New Round Of Mass COVID-19 Testing
U.K. Prime Minister Vows To Stay In Office After Top Ministers Quit
Russia Claims Key Victory In Eastern Ukraine
Alleged Chinese Police Database Hack Leaks Data Of 1 Billion People
Body Parts, Gear Found On Italian Glacier After Avalanche
High Cost Of Russian Gains In Ukraine May Limit New Advance
Sydney Floods Burden 50,000 People Around Australia's Largest City
NATO Nations Sign Accession Protocols For Sweden, Finland
4th Person Rescued From Sunken Chinese Ship; 12 Bodies Found
U.S. Officials: Israelis Fired Shot That Killed Journalist
Alpine Avalanche Leaves 7 Known Dead, 14 Missing In Italy
U.S. Navy Offers Cash For Tips To Seize Middle Eastern Guns, Drugs
Putin Declares Victory In Ukrainian Donbas Region Of Luhansk
Motive Likely Not Terror-Related In 'Brutal' Danish Shooting
Several Dead In Copenhagen Mall Shooting; Suspect Arrested
Alpine Glacier Chunk Detaches, Killing At Least 6 Hikers
Russia Claims Pivotal Ukraine City; Kyiv Says Fight Ongoing
U.S. Announces $820M In Ukraine Aid, Including Missile Systems
Pride Parade Returns In London On 50th Anniversary
Ship Sinks In Storm Near Hong Kong, Dozens Of Crew In Danger
Russian Missiles Kill At Least 21 People In Ukraine's Odesa Region
Trial For WNBA Star Brittney Griner Begins In Russia
Inflation Hits Record 8.6% For 19 Countries Using The Euro
Hong Kong's Handover Anniversary Highlights Mixed Feelings On Change
The Next Steps For Finland, Sweden As They Prepare To Join NATO
What's The Deal With Long German Words?
New Zealand Designates The Proud Boys As A Terrorist Organization
Russia And China Slam NATO After Alliance Raises Alarm
144 Ukrainian Soldiers Freed In Prisoner Swap With Russia
Lone Surviving Attacker In Paris Massacre Sentenced To Life, No Parole
Earthquake Creates Humanitarian Crisis In Afghanistan
Taliban And U.S. Officials To Meet About Earthquake Relief Efforts
Turkey Lifts Its Objections To Sweden, Finland Joining NATO
Biden: U.S. Boosting Force Posture In Europe For Russia Threat
Germany: Former Nazi Guard, 101, Jailed For Aiding Murder
Polio Virus Spreading In U.K., Found In Sewage Samples
Fire Kills 49 After Apparent Riot Attempt At Colombia Prison
G-7 Leaders End Summit Pledging To Hurt Russia Economically
Ukraine Receives Same Defensive System That Protects The White House
Mexico Shipping Abortion Pills To U.S.
Russian Missile Strike Hits Crowded Shopping Mall In Ukraine
President Zelenskyy Tells G-7 Summit Ukraine Forces Face Urgent Moment
4 Killed When Stands Collapse During Colombian Bullfight