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Brazilian Senate Panel to Seek Criminal Charges Against Bolsonaro for Pandemic Response

A Senate committee that has for months investigated Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his government’s handling of the pandemic presents…

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Zambian President Replaces Top Security Officials

Zambia’s newly inaugurated president, Hakainde Hichilema, replaced the country’s top military and police officials (AFP) as part of an effort to cut…

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Beijing Warns Washington During Visit by Top U.S. Official

In a meeting with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman in Tianjin, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng called U.S.…

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States Reach $26 Billion Settlement With Drug Companies Over Opioid Crisis

A bipartisan group of state attorneys general reached a preliminary settlement deal (NYT) with Johnson & Johnson and three drug distributors to…

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U.S., Allies Accuse China of Cyberattacks

The United States and allies including the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries condemned China (FT) for widespread cyberattacks…

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Ukraine to Host Military Drill With U.S., Lithuania, Poland 

The United States, Lithuania, and Poland will join Ukraine for a military exercise (Reuters) involving more than 1,200 service members in Ukraine’s…

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Ghana to Issue Africa’s First Social Bonds 

Ghana plans to issue up to $2 billion in bonds to finance social and environmental projects by November, which would…

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Washington Publishes List of Corrupt Actors in Central America

The U.S. State Department published a list (WaPo) of current and former officials in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras who it suspects…

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Turkey Withdraws From Treaty on Violence Against Women

Thousands of people yesterday protested Turkey’s withdrawal (DW) from the Istanbul Convention, a treaty to prevent violence against women. Earlier this week,…

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Bridge Enabling Aid to Tigray Destroyed

A bridge serving as a vital food supply route to Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region has been destroyed (AP), aid groups said.…

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Israel Strikes Hamas Site in Response to Incendiary Balloons

Israeli aircraft bombed a Hamas weapons-manufacturing site (Reuters) in response to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza, Israel’s military said. No casualties were…

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Bagram Airfield Passed From U.S. to Afghan Control

The last U.S. troops departed (TOLOnews) from Bagram Airfield, the largest base used by American forces in Afghanistan over the past twenty…

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House Votes to Repeal Two War Authorizations

The House of Representatives voted 366-46 to repeal two authorizations (WSJ) for the use of military force in the Middle East, one…

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Hidalgo Becomes Third Mexican State to Decriminalize Abortion

Lawmakers in Hidalgo voted to decriminalize elective abortion (Reuters) in the first twelve weeks of pregnancy, making Hidalgo the third Mexican state…

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Alireza Farshi wrote a letter to the Speaker of the Iranian Parliament

Azerbaijani Turk, cultural and political prisoner Alireza Farshi, who was sentenced to two years in prison in Tehran, wrote a…

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Iran has shown hostility to Azerbaijan by helping Armenia

On the eve of the liberation of Karabakh from Armenian occupation, the Tehran government demonstrated hostility towards Azerbaijan by delivering…

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34 people who drank alcohol were poisoned in Western Azerbaijan

Head of the Center for Emergency Medicine and Incidents of Medical Sciences in Western Azerbaijan: “Since the spread of the…

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Study of the difficulties created by the Andrian mining in the environment

Following the receipt of a report in early April of this year, based on the environmental problems of the Andrian…

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