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World news from The Epoch Times
- Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin on Sunday that Moscow and its […]
- Russian officials on Sunday claimed Ukraine fired a missile at the Russian Belgorod region, killing […]
- Commentary When examining the types of arguments being advanced by the pro-gun and anti-gun lobbies, […]
- ‘I Don’t Want Them to Be Forgotten’: Vaccine-Injured Canadians Receive Support From Multiple Groups, IndividualsRon Nigut is a familiar face outside his BC MLA’s constituency office. Since his wife, […]
- The Cyberspace Administration of China issued new regulations on June 27 requiring all online platform operators […]
- South Korean Prime Minister Han Duck-soo has said it would be a lack of courtesy […]
- Korean firms have begun expediting their expansion into North America to reduce their dependence on […]
- Fight to Control COVID-19 Narrative Sees Intensified Persecution of Falun Gong in China: Nonprofit DirectorOne way the Chinese regime has maintained control over the COVID-19 narrative is by imprisoning more […]
- The UK government claims to have significantly cut the time it takes for new airport […]
- The push to legalise abortion has failed to address the real needs of women and […]
- Over half of South Korean companies are preparing to either reduce or withdraw businesses from […]
- MIAMI—Tropical Storm Colin formed along the South Carolina coast on Saturday morning, bringing rain and […]
World news from Fox News
- China is expanding lockdown measures the Anhui province and the city of Wuxi as COVID-19 […]
- A Ukrainian missile strike hit the Russian border city of Belgorod on Sunday, killing three […]
- A worker in Chile resigned from his job and could not be contacted after he […]
- Ukraine War: Lysychansk, the last remaining Eastern stronghold, could soon fall, Zelenskyy advisor predictsAn advisor to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has predicted Lysychansk, the last remaining stronghold in […]
- Pope Francis spoke to Argentina's national news outlet Friday in a rare lengthy interview, during […]
- Russian President Vladimir Putin has waged 'economic terrorism' in Ukraine by deploying landmines throughout farmlands […]
- Elon Musk broke his Twitter silence on Friday, sharing a pair of photos of his […]
- Russia has ended all COVID-19 restrictions, including the requirement to wear masks, citing a steady […]
- Pope Francis, in a Spanish-language interview with Argentina's national news agency, dismissed the United Nations […]
- North Korea has seemingly blamed its first COVID-19 outbreak on neighboring South Korea, and has […]
- North Korea claims those with COVID-19 contracted the disease after they came in contact with […]
- Russian President Vladimir Putin claims western allegiances are 'pushing' Russia and Belarus to unite in […]
- A Russian missile strike near the port city of Odesa killed at least 18 Ukrainians […]
- Pope Francis called Russia's invasion of Ukraine a "cruel and senseless war of aggression" that […]
World news from CNN
- North Korea has criticized an agreement between the United States, South Korea and Japan to […]
- The Palestinian Authority will allow US investigators to examine the bullet that killed Palestinian-American journalist […]
- Hundreds of people stormed Libya's eastern parliament building in the port city of Tobruk on […]
- I am thinking of a man who sang of freedom. His name is Zeyar Thaw.
- A chocolate factory in Belgium has temporarily shut its doors after discovering salmonella in a […]
- The European Union has agreed on ground-breaking rules for regulating crypto assets, EU lawmakers said […]
- China's huge manufacturing and service industries just saw their first month of growth since February, […]
- The A380 superjumbo is beloved among aviation fans, thanks to its spacious interior, mighty size […]
- There are some secret areas on widebody aircraft, where the pilots and cabin crew go […]
- Amazon unveiled its first fully autonomous mobile robot that can move heavy carts and work […]
- Drive an hour or so southeast out of the city of Abu Dhabi toward the […]
World news from The New York Times
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- Ukraine’s military said it had withdrawn from the eastern city of Lysychansk, hours after Russia’s defense minister said his forces had seized control of it. Across the border, explosions rocked the Russian town of Belgorod, killing four people, according to officials there.
- The glacier has been shrinking for years, and recent high temperatures may have contributed to the collapse, a rescue service official said.
- The police said that several people had been struck at the Field’s shopping center on Sunday, though their conditions were not immediately clear.
- Controlling the cities of Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk means Russia could position its forces to mount offensives on cities to the southwest.
- International agencies are joining Ukrainian prosecutors in what may be the biggest effort ever to hold war criminals to account. But the difficulties and dangers they face are exceptional, too.
- She used to compete because she loved tennis, but now Tsurenko wants to win as much prize money as possible to help people in her war-torn country.
- Rapes were among the many atrocities Russian troops inflicted on Ukrainian civilians during weeks of occupation in the Kyiv suburbs and elsewhere. But the challenges of prosecuting the assaults are daunting.
- The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion quickly led to bans in at least seven states, a shift toward criminalization that runs counter to recent easings in countries that had longstanding bans.
- Experts believe that the woolly mammoth, unearthed in the Klondike gold fields of the Yukon of Canada, had been preserved in the frozen ground for more than 30,000 years.
World headlines from BBC
- Ukraine says it pulled its troops out and Russia claims to control all of Luhansk region.
- Armed officers and ambulances are sent to the Field's mall, in the south of the Danish capital.
- Emergency officials said another eight people have been injured, with two suffering serious injuries.
- Two women tourists died after being attacked while swimming near the Egyptian city of Hurghada.
- Wimbledon marks 100 years of its Centre Court with a musical celebration and guest appearances from a host of former champions, including Roger Federer.
- Downpours and floods cause mass evacuations and at least one death in Australia's largest city.
- Ukraine dismisses claims that its forces targeted homes in Belgorod in Russia, killing three people.
- Tens of thousands of residents have been told to evacuate their homes in Australia's biggest city.
- Top US general Mark Milley says China clearly is developing the capability to be able to attack Taiwan.
- The officers are killed along with a police dog as they try to serve a warrant for domestic violence.
- Martin Guzmán's departure leaves a big question mark over Argentina's future economic policy.
- Distraught medical students who fled Ukraine are told their distance-learning degrees are not valid.
World headlines from The Guardian
- Cases rejected include assaults on health workers and harrassment offencesSolicitors in London are turning down […]
- The advent of the micropub is the latest trend to be reflected in changing pub […]
- Danger is a daily reality for the health workers, and moments of upheaval raise the […]
- The ideologically driven conservative majority is likely to further weaken key civil rights legislation after […]
- FCDO continues to rebut claims by Maria Bamieh, who says she was told to ignore […]
- Russia-Ukraine war: Lysychansk could fall, Zelenskiy adviser admits; three killed in blasts in Russian city near Ukraine – liveDozens of residential buildings also damaged in Belgorod explosions; Ukraine rejects claims Russian forces have […]
- Psychologists are struggling to help stricken locals cope with PTSD while facing their own grief […]
- Australia news live: man drowns as Sydney floods continue; NSW SES commissioner warns area dams above 100% capacityMan drowns after boat capsizes in Abbotsford; vaccination mandates to ease on international flights; PM […]
- ‘Disastrous’ attempt to intervene over Pincher may intensify backbench calls for prime minister to goThe […]
- Overseas students have vanished from courses and then been found working in exploitative conditionsUniversities have […]
World news from Daily Mail
- Russia yesterday admitted that it has given up trying to hold Snake Island in the face of withering Ukrainian artillery fire, the latest in a long line of humiliating battlefield defeats for Putin's armed forces.
- A Russian AS-4 anti-ship missile – the same kind used to hit Kremenchuk mall earlier this week – was fired at a nine-stroey apartment block in Odesa around 3am Friday, killing at least 18 people.
- This is the moment a cheeky orangutan grabbed a woman's boobs at a zoo in Thailand in Bangkok's Safari World on June 27.
- Well-respected daily newspaper Menorca said the Man United striker's minder got upset about being asked to wait after making an airport scanner go off with his splinted finger
- She has now been charged with multiple counts of 'manslaughter, involuntary wounding, putting lives in danger, and assisting foreigners in staying in France illegally as part of a criminal gang'
- Barcelona bans smoking on its beaches in strict new rule as British tourists are warned of £25 finesBarcelona has introduced a smoking ban on every beach in the city from today with tourists warned of £25 fines if they break the rules.
- Zhou Huixian, also known by her nickname Aqua Chow, 23, (pictured) was brutally murdered in a luxury hotel room in Hong Kong.
- Mohammad Kazem Lashkari, 43, admitted killing his daughter Ariana Lashkari, 15, (pictured) in a suspected honour killing but claimed it was an accident and he only meant 'to scare her'.
- Putin insisted his forces were not responsible for an attack on a shopping centre which killed 18 people and denied Russia attacks civilians just hours after a video showed an attack on a block of flats
- Kim Phuc Phan Ti, now 59, was photographed by a journalist, Nick Ut, 72, on June 8, 1972 running crying after an attack that left her covered in third degree burns.
Channel News Asia
South China Morning Post
- Chris Darnell died in the high-speed accident in front of attendees at the Battle Creek […]
- Igor Ivanov tells forum in Beijing that the West was seeking to put its own […]
- Alex Law, famed Hong Kong director and screenwriter behind Echoes of the Rainbow and An Autumn’s Tale, dies at age 69Law, a leading figure in local film industry, died in hospital on Saturday night with […]
- The move would be a decisive breakthrough for Russian troops seeking control of eastern Ukraine.
- Chinese police officer’s false evidence claims raise fresh concerns about investigation into attack on female dinersA policeman whose force is investigating the assault in Tangshan says a forensic bureau downplayed […]
- Brook, a long-time resident of France, won renown for his iconic 1963 film version of […]
- Ni was a celebrated science fiction and wuxia novelist, who wrote some of the most […]
- Former Japanese prime minister urges Tokyo to talk more to China and stop trying to ‘encircle’ it alongside the USYukio Hatoyama tells a forum hosted by Tsinghua University in Beijing that the current government […]