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Lone surviving attacker from 2015 Paris attacks sentenced to life in prison
A French court has found 20 men guilty of terrorism-related charges for the Islamic State terrorist attacks on the Bataclan theater, Paris cafes and France's national stadium in 2015.
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Pride Month in Arab states brings warnings and rainbow hunts
As Lebanon orders security forces to quash events "promoting homosexuality," 2 other nations work to root out rainbows that violate "public morals."
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Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett won't run in upcoming elections
Bennett he led a broad but fragile coalition government that came unraveled barely a year after taking office.
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Strength of ruble could hurt Russian businesses, official warns
"The profitability of many industries ... has become negative at the current exchange rate," says minister of economic development.
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Curfew imposed as sectarian tension soars after a brutal murder in India
Relations between India's Hindus and Muslims were already strained before a tailor was brutally murdered by men claiming revenge for insults to the Prophet Muhammad.
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8-year-old boy missing for over a week found alive in sewer
The boy, who remains in hospital, has not yet been questioned by officers, police said.
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Journalist Maria Ressa defies gov't order, says Rappler running as "usual"
The Nobel Prize winning Philippine journalist and her outlet have been locked in a battle over free speech with President Rodrigo Duterte's government for years.
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Videos debunk Russia's lies about missile strike on Ukraine mall
Russia says it only bombed a military facility near the shopping center in Kremenchuk, but videos show a missile striking, and civilians running for their lives.
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U.S. to boost military presence in Europe for Russia threat
President Joe Biden says the U.S. is enhancing its military presence in Europe for the long haul to bolster regional security after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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Pregnant woman dies, 22 missing after ship sinks in Mediterranean
Two women had reported losing their children at sea, while another young woman lost her little brother.
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Turkey lifts its objections to Sweden, Finland joining NATO
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called it "a historic decision."
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Drought and Ukraine war fuel South Sudan hunger crisis
The World Food Programme delivered its last distribution of food to a South Sudan village for the year. After that, the community must survive on its own. The acting country director said aid has been suspended to nearly 2 million people since the start of the war in Ukraine. Debora Patta shares more.
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Zelenskyy pleads with U.N. to "act immediately" following missile strike on mall
Zelenskyy spoke to diplomats at an emergency Security Council meeting following a Russian missile strike on a shopping mall.
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Afghan official evacuated by U.S. says he and family now "like prisoners"
Some Afghans who helped the U.S. say they've been trapped for months at an isolated U.S. military base with no end in sight.
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Dr. Jill Biden: "First ladies across the globe are committed" to helping Ukrainians
"I've spoken to several of them, and they're committed to keep pushing this forward," the first lady told CBS News in Madrid.
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U.S. officials travel to Venezuela to discuss detained U.S. nationals
Senior Biden administration officials undertake latest bid to rebuild relations with the South American oil giant as the war in Ukraine drags on.
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Oldest person ever tried for Nazis' WWII crimes sentenced at age of 101
Josef Schütz, a former Nazi SS guard, was sentenced to five years in prison for "complicity in murders during his service in the Sachsenhausen camp."
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New details emerge after 21 teens mysteriously die in S. Africa
"We tried moving through the crowd, shouting 'please let us through,' and others were shouting 'we are dying, guys,'" one survivor said.
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Busy Ukrainian shopping mall targeted by Russian missiles, authorities say
Russian missiles struck a crowded shopping mall, where authorities say 1,000 people were shopping at the time. Ramy Inocencio is in Kremenchuk with the latest.
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Green Day frontman says he'll renounce U.S. citizenship after Roe v. Wade reversal
"F**k America. I'm f**king renouncing my citizenship. I'm f**king coming here," Armstrong told fans at a stadium in the U.K.
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