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Costa Rican gymnast ends routine with Black Lives Matter tribute
The 18-year-old said she chose to end her floor routine with the tribute to highlight equality and treating others with respect and dignity.
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Demonstrators protest against vaccine passports in France, Italy and Australia
The World Health Organization is warning that countries are in the early stages of another global wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths.
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Lee Kiefer wins third fencing gold medal in U.S. history
A four-time NCAA champion at Notre Dame, Kiefer is now a medical student at the University of Kentucky.
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Florida teen wins first-ever U.S. gold in women's taekwondo
"I just want the country to be proud of me, to share this flood of emotions," she said.
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Russians top U.S. women's gymnastics in Olympics qualifying round
But reigning Olympic champion Simone Biles topped the all-around and teammate Sunisa Lee came in second.
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Swimmer Chase Kalisz wins Team USA's first gold at Olympics
The swimming team won six medals in their first day of competition.
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Protesters march in Paris to oppose possible “virus pass” mandate
Protesters and police officers clashed on the streets of Paris, France Saturday as demonstrators opposed a bill that would require a “virus pass” in order to enter restaurants.
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Tokyo Olympics underway amid COVID-19 controversy
The Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan kicked off with an opening ceremony in a largely empty stadium Friday. The events are being held despite immense scrutiny from the Japanese public, who are dealing with a surge of coronavirus infections. Jamie Yuccas has more.
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Athletes to follow during the 2020 Olympic Games
Keep track of these Olympians who are on the road to making history.
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French protesters march against vaccine mandates and passes
Most French adults are fully vaccinated and multiple polls indicate a majority of French people support the new measures.
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Why Japan is a fitting stage for surfing's Olympic debut
While Hawaii is the undisputed birthplace and global mecca of modern surfing, Japan has nurtured a fanatic wave-rider culture all its own.
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Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney amid COVID-19 surge
Police made several arrests after crowds broke through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants.
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17 new Olympic-related COVID-19 cases reported, bringing total to 127
The news of the new infections came just hours after the opening ceremony.
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U.S. shipping 3.5 million doses of Moderna vaccine to Colombia
The doses are set to arrive on Sunday, two White House officials tell the U.S.
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U.S. delegation sent to Haiti departs shortly after arrival
The White House had announced Friday morning of a delegation led by Thomas-Greenfield that would be going to Haiti to "pay respects upon the death" of Moïse, who was shot dead in his home on July 7.
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Tokyo Olympics open with scaled-back ceremony and nearly empty stadium
The stands were mostly empty as athletes attended the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. Some protesters are calling for a cancellation of the Games as COVID cases in Japan rise. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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