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Biden offers 'strong support' for Finland's and Sweden's NATO bids
• Analysis: Asia facing most volatile security environment in decades
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Flight attendant delivers passenger's baby on board Frontier Airlines flight
A woman gave birth to a healthy baby in a lavatory on board a Frontier Airlines flight, according to a Facebook post from the airline.
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Biden offers 'strong support' for Finland and Sweden's NATO bids after meeting with leaders
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Donbas is completely destroyed, Zelensky says, accusing Russia of 'deliberate attempt to kill as many Ukrainians as possible'
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'Many dead' in strike near Chernihiv as Ukrainian President accuses Russia of 'deliberate and criminal attempt to kill as many Ukrainians as possible'
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Ancient poop reveals what the builders of Stonehenge liked to eat
Parasitic worms in ancient poop found at the site of a prehistoric village near Stonehenge reveal that the settlement's inhabitants -- who likely built the stone circle -- feasted on the internal organs of cattle.
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Man accused in attack on Dave Chappelle faces attempted murder charges in separate incident
The man accused of attacking comedian Dave Chappelle during a performance in Los Angeles earlier this month is now facing attempted murder charges -- for an entirely different incident.
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Zelensky hails 'significant' US aid package for Ukraine
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'Ghost' fossils reveal tiny organisms that survived ancient ocean warming events
The unexpected discovery of "ghost" fossils belonging to ancient tiny organisms could provide insights about how life reacts to climate change in Earth's oceans.
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Israeli lawmaker resigns over 'harassment' of Palestinians, plunging government into parliamentary minority
Israel's fragile government lost its parliamentary majority on Thursday after an Arab-Israeli lawmaker resigned from the ruling coalition, accusing its leaders of fueling tensions between Israelis and Palestinians and condemning the violent intervention of police at the funeral of slain journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
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Azovstal evacuation ongoing, Ukraine says, as Russia claims more than 1,700 soldiers have surrendered
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Italian coffee shop fined $1,050 for failing to display price of espresso
An Italian coffee shop owner is in hot water after being fined 1,000 euros ($1,050) for failing to display the cost of a 2 euro ($2.12) espresso.
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How deep-rooted White fear throughout America's history allows massacres like Buffalo to happen
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The celebrity love affair with NFTs may be just beginning -- even amid flops and doubts
Countless stars, athletes, artists and even sports teams have taken steps to promote crypto or NFT partnerships, sometimes to the derision of critics. But even in the midst of a volatile market, these attempts to connect virtually will likely continue.
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Trump may hold off on more endorsements for coming primaries, advisers say
Republican candidates in upcoming primaries may have a tougher time scoring a coveted endorsement from Donald Trump, according to the former President's allies, who say he is feeling more risk-averse amid the deadlocked Senate GOP contest in Pennsylvania.
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'The Kardashians' shows how Kim Kardashian helped save Julius Jones from death row. But there's more to the story
Family and advocates for former death row inmate Julius Jones, who was granted clemency last year mere hours before he was scheduled to be executed for a 1999 murder he says he did not commit, share how Kim Kardashian is helping them seek justice.
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Turkey: President Erdogan tells allies the country will not accept Sweden and Finland's entry into NATO
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Pro-Russia online operatives falsely claimed Zelensky committed suicide in an effort to sway public opinion, cybersecurity firm says
Pro-Russia online operatives falsely claimed weeks into Moscow's war against Ukraine that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had committed suicide, as part of an aggressive effort to dent public morale and undermine the Ukrainian government, US cybersecurity firm Mandiant said Thursday.
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First Russian soldier on trial for war crimes in Ukraine apologizes to wife of husband he killed during the conflict
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Deal or no deal, Elon Musk could upend Twitter's business for a long time
Nearly a month after Twitter agreed to sell itself to Elon Musk in a stunning $44 billion deal, the fate of the acquisition remains very much uncertain.
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The restaurant where real Italian mothers rule the kitchen
The premise is simple: real Italian mothers and grandmothers are recruited from one of Italy's 20 regions. They then move to London for a three-month residency, showcasing their own traditional recipes based around their local cuisine.
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Desperate families turn to hospitals when their hunt for formula comes up dry
Three-year-old Alexis Tyler survives on Gerber Lil Crunchies cheese puffs and the chocolate flavor of a specialty nutritional formula called Neocate. Her mother hasn't been able to buy that formula for her since March.
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Failure to open Ukraine's ports is 'war on global food security,' says WFP chief
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Azovstal: Russia says more Ukrainian soldiers have surrendered
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The history and significance of painting our fingers and toes
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Russia claims nearly 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers have surrendered at the Azovstal steel plant, as Ukraine continues counterattacks in Kharkiv
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Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa: After beating Magnus Carlsen, Indian teen chess sensation's first thought was to catch up on sleep
It's 2:30 a.m. in Chennai, India.
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Ukrainian strikes kill 1 in Russia's Kursk, regional official says
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World Cup 2022: Amnesty International urges FIFA to earmark at least $440M to compensate migrant workers in Qatar
Human rights group Amnesty International has urged FIFA to earmark at least $440 million to compensate migrant workers who it says have suffered labor abuses in the preparations for the men's 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
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Russia says more than 900 Ukrainian soldiers sent to pretrial detention
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