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What’s behind the violent protests in Sierra Leone?
Curfew imposed following rare anti-government demonstrations.
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FBI recovered ‘top secret’ documents from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home
Federal judge makes search warrant public amid accusations by the former president that probe is politically motivated.
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First Africa-bound ship carrying grain docks at Ukrainian port
It will be the first food delivery to Africa under a plan brokered by the UN and Turkey in late July.
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Novelist Salman Rushdie stabbed in New York: Reactions
Rushdie was stabbed on stage just before he was about to give a lecture in southwestern New York state.
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Ukraine claims it can hit most Russian supply lines in the south
Kyiv has nearly all of Russia's supply routes in occupied southern Ukraine under 'fire control,' military says.
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Key dates in the life of author Salman Rushdie
The controversial author spent years in hiding after 1989 decree by the Iranian leader led to threats against his life.
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Rival Shia groups square off over Iraq leadership vacuum
Supporters of al-Sadr are demanding early elections while opponents say last October's poll should be honoured.
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‘Entirely preventable’: Polio likely spreading in New York City
Public health officials announced that the polio virus has been detected in the city's wastewater and urged vaccination.
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What inflation? US import prices drop, consumer sentiment rises
Data this week continues to indicate that prices pressures in the United States may have peaked.
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Drought in England, fires rage in France as heatwave persists
France continues to battle an enormous wildfire while parts of England face severe drought amid successive heatwaves.
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Paraguay’s vice president to resign following US corruption claim
Hugo Velazquez Moreno has said he will resign and end his plans to run for president, but will fight the accusations.
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Gaza death toll rises to 49, including 17 children
Since 2008, Israel has waged four wars on Palestinian territory killing nearly 4,000 people, many of them children.
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Nuclear accidents can happen in Europe too: Russian ex-president
Dmitry Medvedev's remarks come amid ongoing fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.
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Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage in New York
US police confirm Rushdie suffered an 'apparent stab wound' to the neck but say his condition is not yet known.
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China state-owned giants to delist from US stock exchange
PetroChina, China Life Insurance, and China Petroleum & Chemical will remove shares from the New York Stock Exchange.
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More than 150 endangered vultures poisoned in South Africa, Botswana
Birds died after feeding from carcass of buffalo, which appeared to have been laced with poison, conservationist says.
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Minister Amin Salam addresses Lebanon’s economic crises
Al Jazeera discusses the economic and food crises and the measures taken to tackle them.
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What lies ahead for Kenya after a tightly-fought election?
The Stream examines what is in store for millions of people as ballots are compiled.
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Global LGBTQ event cancelled after demand to remove Taiwan’s name
Taiwan's Foreign Ministry says WorldPride event would have advanced regional diversity and equality in East Asia.
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UN says humanitarian agencies face ‘biggest funding gap ever’
Funds are to help 204 million people and communities as armed conflict and climate change threaten their livelihoods.
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Somaliland: Clashes between protesters, police turn deadly
At least six killed after police opened fire on protesters who fear the president aims to delay the presidential polls.
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Germany suspends military mission in Mali amid diplomatic tension
The move comes in response to the Malian government's refusal to give flyover rights to a UN peacekeeping mission.
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Timeline: 75 years of partition and India-Pakistan tensions
India and Pakistan were born 75 years ago out of a bloody division of the Indian subcontinent by the colonial British.
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Ethiopia completes third filling of Blue Nile mega-dam reservoir
Prime Minister Abiy said at filling of dam that the Nile is 'a gift of God given to us for Ethiopians to make use'.
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Infographic: How were India-Pakistan partition borders drawn?
This animated map shows how the borders of the Indian subcontinent have evolved since the 1947 partition.
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