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Sabina Nessa was killed walking in London. Women are asking: Where is the outrage when the victim isn’t White?

The debate comes as Gabby Petito's death dominates public attention in the United States, much like the murder of Sarah Everard did in the UK.

Canada’s last known Nazi-era suspect, targeted for deportation, dies at 97

Helmut Oberlander served as an interpreter for a roving Nazi death squad that killed at least 20,000 people in the German-occupied eastern territories. He arrived in Canada in 1954 and became a successful real estate developer.

German toymaker says goodbye to Merkel with commemorative teddy bear

The limited-edition bear has already sold out ahead of Germany's election on Sunday.

Boris Johnson tells world leaders to ‘grow up’ on climate change, takes aim at Kermit the Frog

Johnson used his unique, colorful rhetoric to plead for action on the impending environmental catastrophe.

For three decades, no films were publicly screened in Somalia. Until now.

There was still a heavy security presence, a part of Somali life after years of war.

As the Taliban bars some girls from school, their mothers’ dreams are also shattered

A bleak future is emerging for two generations of Afghan women and girls whose freedoms are being systematically dismantled.

Hezbollah flexes its muscles in Lebanon and provides free Iranian fuel

The diesel isn’t going to make a huge difference, but it is a further sign of the group’s power in the country.
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Moderna’s chief expects enough vaccines for everyone by next year. Much of the world is still waiting.

The vaccine maker says there will be enough shots for “everyone on Earth," amid an outcry over unequal distribution.

Who will lead Europe after Merkel? Presidents and prime ministers jockey for the job.

France’s Macron and Italy’s Draghi may see more influence.

France to bill Australia over submarine deal, as Britain’s Johnson tells Macron: ‘Donnez-moi un break’

Australia agreed to buy 12 submarines from France before it joined the AUKUS defense pact and the break fee — on top of more than $1 billion reportedly already spent — could be substantial.

Biden’s 1.1 billion dose pledge: Big, but not big enough, experts say

Experts want the United States to not only share doses, but the knowledge required to make more vaccines.

Charges of racism swirl as Haitian Americans, allies unite to protest migrants’ treatment

Black migrants say U.S. immigration policies disproportionately criminalize them.

Brazil’s health minister tests positive for coronavirus at U.N. General Assembly

Marcelo Queiroga was accompanying a defiantly unvaccinated President Jair Bolsonaro.

Top adviser to Ukrainian president survives assassination bid

At least 18 bullets hit the car of Serhiy Shefir, one of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s closest allies.

Suriname’s vice president inserted himself into a pro soccer match. He’s 60.

Suriname Vice President Ronnie Brunswijk is 60 years old. He suited up for the soccer team he owns on Tuesday night.

Clowns lurked outside schools to promote a speech academy. Horrified parents called the police.

The organization behind the stunt in Singapore has promised it will never happen again.

Pope jokes he is ‘still alive’ despite some bishops wishing him dead

The pope's post-surgery joke marked a frank acknowledgment of the forces within the church who are at odds with him.

China’s Evergrande veers toward default — and a $300 billion global shock

Despite a pledge to pay some debts due this week, the massive property developer is teetering on the brink of collapse.
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Germany’s Merkel makes final campaign push for stumbling political heir

Armin Laschet has campaigned poorly, threatening Merkel’s legacy.

Kim Jong Un shift from nuclear push to economy intensified internal debates in country, report says

The analysis by 38 North offered rare look into splits within Kim’s regime.
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Migrant camp along Texas border shrinks as removals ramp up

A camp where almost 15,000 migrants had waited along the Texas border just days ago is now dramatically smaller
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Mexico allows limited return of activists to help porpoise

The Mexican government is allowing the environmentalist group Sea Shepherd to return to the Gulf of California to help efforts to save the critically endangered vaquita marina porpoise, but won’t let the group remove illegal gill nets
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'Notting Hill,' 'The Duke' director Roger Michell dies at 65

British director Roger Michell has died at age 65
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Leaders to UN: A warmer world is a more violent one, too

Three presidents and seven foreign ministers are warning that a warmer world is a more violent one
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Commander Craig: 007 star made honorary Royal Navy officer

James Bond star Daniel Craig has been made an honorary Commander in the Royal Navy
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