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Second Israeli dies after being wounded in Jerusalem blasts
The two explosions also injured about 17 others.
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Teen suspect in Brazil school shootings wore swastika, police say
The ex-student opened fire at two schools in southeastern Brazil. Three teachers and a student were killed, and 12 others wounded.
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Inside Russia's attempt to destroy Ukraine "with darkness and cold"
A new British intelligence assessment says Vladimir Putin's army appears to be resorting to Soviet-era missiles with dummy warheads.
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Meet the Ukrainian ballerinas dancing to preserve their country's culture
Dancers from the Kyiv City Ballet have more than just choreography on their minds as the war in Ukraine rages on.
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Landslide leaves up to a dozen missing on Italian island
Firefighters and the Coast Guard were working on rescue efforts.
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After shock World Cup win, Japanese players leave dressing room "spotless"
The team also left behind origami cranes and a thank you note written in Japanese and Arabic.
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Team USA and England tie in crucial World Cup match
Fans at the World Cup said the stadium barred them from entering with shirts and flags protesting the regime in Iran. Inside, security officials were also seen confronting a woman over her jersey, which read Mahsa Amini, whose death in Iranian custody sparked the unrest. Roxana Saberi has the story.
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3 killed, 13 injured in shootings at 2 Brazil schools; ex-student arrested
The shootings took place at a public school and a private school, both located on the same street in the small town of Aracruz in southeastern Brazil.
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Elizabeth Taylor's "lucky charm" Oscar dress found in suitcase in London
The Christian Dior dress is expected to fetch between $48,000-$73,000 at an auction in London on Dec. 6.
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10 killed in apartment fire in China's Xinjiang
The fire broke out Thursday night in the regional capital of Urumqi, where temperatures have dropped below freezing after dark.
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Pope heard in secret recording about payments to free nun held hostage
The broadcast of the pope's own voice in the courtroom marked a surreal new chapter in a trial that has already seen plenty of twists.
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Man arrested for alleged "honor killing" of daughter who vanished in Italy
The woman told her boyfriend that her parents wanted to marry her off to an older man but that she was refusing.
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Ex-Ukraine leader urges U.S. to hold firm in fight "for global security"
"This is fighting not only for Ukraine, this is fighting for United States, this is fighting for the whole Western world," says former President Petro Poroshenko.
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Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges
Wu was previously one of China's most bankable stars, but brands including Louis Vuitton and Porsche suspended their partnerships with him over the case.
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U.S. politics and the impact on Ukraine
Holly Williams spoke with former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who told her that Ukraine is “fighting for western world.”
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How a heist of $1.65 million of gold coins unfolded in 9 minutes
Officials say there are "parallels" between the heist of Celtic treasure in Manching and the theft of $1 billion in jewels in Dresden.
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Far from "zero-COVID," cases in China are setting new records
As other nations seem to be living with the virus, China is doubling down on its draconian policy, and that's fueling a rare backlash in the tightly controlled nation.
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Paramedic unknowingly treated her own daughter in deadly crash
Jayme Erickson's daughter, Montana, was extricated from the car and taken to hospital, where she died. She was unrecognizable because of injuries.
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