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North Korea reports 15 more suspected COVID-19 deaths

North Korea has confirmed 15 more deaths and high numbers of fevers as it mobilizes more than a million health and other workers to try to suppress the country's first COVID-19 outbreak.
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Climate change case against Exxon can proceed, court rules
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says oil giant misled investors about the risks posed by global warming.
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Dubai street cat is living the American dream on Instagram
“At this point I have run out of hangers!” Mansuri said. Benson boasts a wardrobe of more than 250 items. His mom purges the closet annually and donates the clothes to charity.
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Liam Payne steps out with Aliana Mawla, the ‘other woman’ in Maya Henry breakup
The One Direction alum and the model walked arm in arm through a London airport after their PDA-filled Instagram photos caused drama with his ex-fiancée.
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Kate Moss denies being thrown down stairs by Johnny Depp
Kate Moss, 48, was called as a rebuttal witness Wednesday.
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A new report blames Boris Johnson for allowing parties during COVID lockdown
The investigative report cited a failure in leadership among the prime minister and other top British officials for allowing boozy government parties that broke lockdown rules.
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Reuters Poll: Joe Biden Plummets to Nearly Lowest Approval of Presidency
President Joe Biden's approval rating has plummeted to the lowest approval rating of his presidency amid multiple crises, a Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed Wednesday.
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Johnny Depp's Grin After Kate Moss' Testimony Delights Social Media
During testimony Wednesday in Amber Heard's defamation trial, Moss denied the rumor that Depp ever pushed her down a flight of stairs.
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David Perdue’s historically bad comeback attempt
How his 52-point loss stacks up to others in recent years.
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Vladimir Putin Plays on Dual Existential Threats
How the Kremlin is using nuclear threats and a looming global food crisis to try and escape sanctions over its Ukraine war.
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The Beauty of Failure: How the Best Leaders Learn from Their Mistakes
Leaders should consider the following four strategies for turning their mistakes into teachable moments.
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Who is Girl Scouts Murder Suspect Gene Leroy Hart and Where Is He Now?
Gene Leroy Hart remains the only suspect in the Oklahoma Girl Scout murders of June 13, 1977.
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Коммунальщиков столицы научат спасать горожан
Как сообщили в пресс-службе департамента гражданской обороны, чрезвычайных ситуаций и пожарной безопасности Москвы, обучение проводят профессиональные спасатели
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I flew 14 hours to surprise my boyfriend and it didn’t go well
Imagine traveling over 5,000 miles to surprise your significant other, but they were less than enthused when you showed up.
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Student Brings Gun to Washington Elementary School, Shows Classmates
The incident took place a day before a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
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Глава МИД Украины признал плохой ситуацию для ВСУ в Донбассе
Ситуация в Донбассе для ВСУ чрезвычайно плоха
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5/25: CBS News Mornings
19 children, 2 adults killed in Texas school shooting; primary results pour in amid Texas shooting.
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Security expert shares perspective on Uvalde school shooting
Safety in the classroom is top of mind for many educators after Tuesday's tragedy in Uvalde, Texas. Kenneth Trump, president of National School Safety and Security Services, a Cleveland-based consulting firm specializing in school security and emergency preparedness training, joined CBS News' Anne-Marie Green with more.
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‘Quantum Internet’ Inches Closer With Advance in Data Teleportation
Scientists have improved their ability to send quantum information across distant computers — and have taken another step toward the network of the future.
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Lightweight Rolando Romero on Gervonta Davis: ‘He’s not on my level’
Rolando Romero rejects the label.
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Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin 3 odds and matchup preview
The trilogy we have all been waiting for is coming on September 17th, see the odds and preview for the big matchup here. 
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Joc Pederson had two pregame chats with Barry Bonds before tormenting Mets
Joc Pederson turned a pair of pregame chats with home run king Barry Bonds into the best night of his career — and a night of heartbreak for the Mets.
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Best deals on grills in time for Father's Day
Shop sales on grills from Weber, Traeger, Green Mountain and more right now in time for Father's Day 2022.
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How to talk to your kids about school shootings
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Кудрин призвал не спешить с выходом РФ из международных договоров
России не стоит торопиться с выходом из международных договоров и соглашений
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В Удмуртии зарегистрировались три тысячи бизнесменов из других регионов
Более трех тысяч объектов малого и среднего бизнеса зарегистрировали на территории Удмуртии представители других регионов страны
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Como hablar con sus hijos sobre el tiroteo en la escuela primaria en Uvalde, Texas
El martes, un hombre de 18 años abrió fuego en una escuela primaria de Uvalde, Texas, y mató a 19 niños y dos maestros.      
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Zoo responds after viral video shows lion bit man’s finger: ‘Should never have happened’
A zoo in Jamaica has issued a statement in response to a viral video that shows a man’s finger bitten by one of the facility’s lions.
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Путин объявил о повышении на 10% пенсий, МРОТ и прожиточного минимума
Президент Владимир Путин предложил повысить на 10 процентов пенсии неработающих пенсионеров, минимальный размер оплаты труда и прожиточный минимум
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В Госдуму внесен проект о наказании за переход на сторону противника
Проект был внесен группой депутатов во главе с председателем думского комитета по безопасности и противодействию коррупции Василием Пискаревым
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Fleet Week is back in NYC
Hello sailors! Marines and Navy service members came into New York Harbor as the Memorial Day weekend tradition returns to NYC.
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Salvador Ramos Had Multiple 'Blowups' With His Mom: Texas Neighbor
A former neighbor said the accused school shooter, who died in the incident, had a "rough life" with his mother.
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What Are the Chances We’ve Been Visited by Aliens?
Congress revealed a lot of new information about UFOs, but none of it was conclusive. 
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Actor Matt Doyle on new Sondheim documentary
Tony-nominated actor Matt Doyle says he's grateful for the chance to work with composer Stephen Sondheim on development of the Broadway hit revival of "Company,"  which was captured in a new PBS documentary "Great Performances: Keeping Company with Sondheim." (May 25)      
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Marc Diakiese signs new four-fight UFC deal, meets Damir Hadzovic in London
Marc Diakiese has signed a new fight and a new UFC deal.      Related StoriesMarc Diakiese signs new four-fight UFC deal, meets Damir Hadzovic in London - EnclosureEx-UFC fighter Mark Munoz issues statement after report of letting kids settle dispute through boxingVideo: Was Holly Holm robbed or did Ketlen Vieira simply win a close fight? 
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Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos reportedly attacked after fight with grandmother
A neighbor of Salvador Ramos told local news channel Newsy that the 18-year-old got into an argument with his grandmother, whom he shot before going on the killing spree.
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'An innocent creature': 4-month-old Chihuahua puppy survives being shot in the neck with arrow
The 4-month-old puppy in California is recovering after the arrow was removed and animal services is looking to find her a home.       
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Sen. Dick Durbin blasts Pelosi Communion denial 18 years after own ban
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin defended House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and blasted the San Francisco Archdiocese for banning her from receiving communion.
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Model Kate Moss Undercuts Amber Heard, Denies Being Pushed Down Staircase by Johnny Depp
British model Kate Moss denied ever being pushed down a staircase by actor Johnny Depp -- contrary to what actress Amber Heard has suggested during Depp's defamation trial against her.
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Texas school shooting: LeBron James, NBA coach Steve Kerr, sports community call for change amid tragedy
LeBron James and other sports figures took to social media to share their condolences and make a call for change in the wake of a Texas school shooting on Tuesday that left at least 19 students dead.
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Президент посетил в госпитале раненых в ходе СВО военнослужащих
- Он у нас разведчик, хочет служить, даже спрашивал разрешения обратиться
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Notorious B.I.G. MetroCards being sold on eBay for nearly $5K
This limited-edition MetroCard is going for B.I.G. bucks now.
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Kim Kardashian 'Chief Taste Consultant' in Beyond Meat campaign
Kim Kardashian has gone beyond just sharing her recipe for vegan tacos.
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Uvalde parents wait hours for kids as DNA test used to confirm families
"But imagine you're a parent and you can't even identify your child," Rep. Tony Gonzalez said.
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Alex Jones Questions Texas School Shooting: 'Very Opportunistic'
Alex Jones said Joe Biden was politicizing the Robb Elementary School shooting and suggested guns were not the problem.
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Guns are banned during Trump's upcoming speech at the NRA conference
The Secret Service is taking control of the hall during Trump's speech in Houston on Friday and is prohibiting attendees from having firearms and other weapons, according to the gun group.
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Петр Толстой: Когда мы победим, все тайное станет явным
Во время их презентации на пресс-конференции в МИА "Россия сегодня" неоднократно было подчеркнуто, что Россия должна нести в мир правду о преступлениях нынешнего украинского режима
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Uvalde School Parent Prays for Missing Son in Heartbreaking Video
Federico Torres, whose son Rogelio is a student at Robb Elementary School, said Texas authorities had been unable to tell him whether the 10-year-old was alive.
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Former Syrian Refugee Volunteers to Treat Ukrainian War Victims
A Syrian refugee who fled to England and became a doctor nine years ago is now using his annual leave to treat Ukraine refugees and war victims.
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