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25 Jun
The UK's Prince Charles held a reception for Commonwealth leaders in the Rwandan capital. The summit for Commonwealth heads of state in Kigali is the culmination of a series of meetings this week to improve...
25 Jun
Pig races remain a popular and enduring attraction at state fairs in the U.S, including at the New Jersey State Fair Meadowlands, which opened Thursday. Wayne Rosarie brought the pig races to the New Jersey...
25 Jun
Stocks rallied again on Friday, and Wall Street snagged its second winning week in the last 12, a reprieve from its brutal sell-off. The S&P 500 ended 116 points or 3.0% higher at 3,911.85, though it's...
25 Jun
Prosecutors in Mexico worked Friday to determine if two children accused of dousing an Indigenous boy with alcohol and setting him alight at school should be charged with malicious wounding. The attack in El...
25 Jun
House Republicans are hailing the US’s Supreme Court's decision to overturn the right to an abortion. The decision, unthinkable just a few years ago, was the culmination of decades of efforts by abortion...
25 Jun
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Friday the Group of Seven leading economic powers was committed to continuing their support for Ukraine. After speaking with fellow G7 members ahead of a meeting...
25 Jun
The head of the United Nations warned Friday that the world faces “catastrophe” because of the growing shortage of food around the globe. UN Secretary-General said the conflict in Ukraine has added to...
24 Jun
A large wall of dust proceeded thunderstorms moving through the Phoenix area Thursday as Arizona begins it annual monsoon season. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for portions of the Phoenix area of US...
24 Jun
Amid Russia's military operation on Ukraine and the blockade of its stretch of the Black Sea coast, the Constanta port in Romania has emerged as one of the main conduits for the war-torn country's grain...
24 Jun
After two years of pandemic restrictions, travel demand has roared back, but airlines and airports that slashed jobs during the depths of the COVID-19 crisis are struggling to keep up. Thousands of pilots,...

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