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AR-15 rifle maker offers $33M settlement to Sandy Hook families
Settlement is being offered in a lawsuit over how the rifle maker marketed the firearm to the public.
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Kandahar residents fear Taliban advance on Afghan city
Thousands of Afghans displaced and many forced to flee to safer places as Taliban surrounds Kandahar city.
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Bangladesh evacuates 10,000 Rohingya after deadly landslides
Rohingya from refugee camps as well as local residents moved to safer areas after 14 killed in landslides, flash floods.
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Fries with that? McDonald’s sales soar on crispy chicken sandwich
As its dining rooms reopened, the fast food giant drew customers in with new products like its crispy chicken sandwich.
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‘Unprecedented’ restitution: US returns antiquities to Iraq
The 17,000 items date back 4,000 years and will be flown back to Iraq with Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi.
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Soaring tortilla prices hit struggling Mexican households hard
Mexico's poorer households are hardest hit by food price inflation because it eats up a bigger share of their income.
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Equatorial Guinea VP loses appeal against embezzlement verdict
France's highest appeal court refuses to overturn Teodoro Obiang Mangue's 2020 corruption conviction.
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Gap backs Biles over decision to put her mental health first
Gap's Athleta signed Biles to a long-term partnership earlier this year, ending her affiliation with Nike Inc.
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Boeing turns first quarterly profit in nearly two years
Boeing earned $567m in the second quarter, compared with a $2.4bn loss a year ago.
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Ecuador revokes WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s citizenship
Assange fled to Ecuador's embassy in London in 2012 to avoid extradition to US, but his asylum status was later revoked.
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Chinese officials and Taliban meet, in sign of warming ties
Meeting in Chinese city of Tianjin comes as US-led foreign forces continue pulling out of Afghanistan.
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Libya’s new interim government is facing an arduous task
The country's path to elections and sustainable peace is full of unspoken obstacles.
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‘Shocking’: South Africa slams Israel’s AU observer status
South Africa calls the AU's move 'unjust and unwarranted', complaining it was taken without consulting its members.
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Tanzania’s Hassan gets COVID jab, kicks off vaccination drive
Samia Suluhu Hassan breaks with her predecessor's stance by publicly receiving a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Is COVID-19 hampering Myanmar’s anti-coup movement?
Opponents of military junta face twin threat of coronavirus infections and repression.
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With a new mandate, Abiy can usher a new era of hope in Ethiopia
Abiy's government will have to tackle multiple challenges, but the situation is not in any way hopeless.
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Tunisia crisis prompts surge in foreign social media manipulation
Social media propaganda emanating from Saudi Arabia and the UAE seeks to justify Tunisian president's actions.
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US: 2 dead, dozens injured in Texas chemical plant leak
The incident involved an acetic acid leak at a LyondellBasell complex near Houston.
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Olympic gymnast Simone Biles praised for mental health stance
US gymnast withdrew from the team and individual all-around Olympic events, saying her mental health took precedence.
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The murky dealings of four funds in Indian tycoon Adani’s empire
The funds earlier had invested in firms that went bankrupt or are being investigated or whose founders have fled India.
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UK court case begins as Russian billionaires sue over Putin book
The case pits four Russian billionaires against a British writer they say has defamed them in a book on Russia's leader.
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Parched villages in India coal-mining hubs hunt for scarce water
As India pushes to expand its coal mining, environmentalists fear water crisis will only worsen in coming years.
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Ethiopia: Somali region says hundreds ‘massacred’ by Afar militia
Fighters from the Afar region attacked and looted the town of Gedamaytu, also known as Gabraiisa, local officials say.
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Armenia says 3 soldiers killed in gun battle with Azeri forces
Both countries report escalation and blame the other side for initiating the deadly border clashes.
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Archives of beauty and pain: A century of African women in photos
The African Lookbook delves into the history of African photography - and the women who were at the centre of the frame.
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