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Moscow says hundreds of Ukrainian troops in custody as war crimes trials continue

KYIV, Ukraine —  Russia said Thursday that more than 1,700 Ukrainian fighters had surrendered at a steel plant in the conquered…

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How does Poland view the war in Ukraine?

From: The Bottom Line Warsaw has established itself as the linchpin of Western involvement in the war. Three months into…

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Amid anger and grief, some Black residents of Buffalo are talking about guns

BUFFALO, N.Y. —  The gunman who killed 10 people at a supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood on the East Side…

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Biden invokes Defense Production Act amid baby formula shortage

US Department of Defense will also contract commercial planes to fly in supplies from overseas, the White House said. US…

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Biden hosts leaders of Finland and Sweden, eager to fast-track NATO accession

WASHINGTON —  President Biden is scheduled to host the prime minister of Sweden and president of Finland at the White House…

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Germany school shooting injures one, suspect arrested

The shooting in a secondary school in Bremerhaven injured one person, who is not a pupil, police say. Police in…

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Togo authorities say 15 assailants died in ‘terrorist’ attack

Violence from armed groups and criminal networks is on the rise across West Africa. About 15 assailants were killed during…

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Finland against hosting nuclear weapons, NATO military bases: PM

Sanna Marin says Helsinki does not want its membership bid to result in a scaled-up military footprint. Finland is opposed…

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Australia’s Heart Disease

Video Duration 25 minutes 00 seconds 25:00 From: 101 East 101 East investigates why young Indigenous women are dying of…

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‘Freudian slip’: Bush decries ‘invasion of Iraq’ – not Ukraine

Former US President George W Bush appears to admit the 2003 invasion of Iraq was ‘wholly unjustified, brutal’ in a…

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