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Johnson, Merkel to face off in first Brexit talks

Johnson, Merkel to face off in first Brexit talks

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Berlin yesterday to kick off a marathon of tense talks with key European and international leaders as the…
Texas school sued for coloring black pupil’s scalp with marker

Texas school sued for coloring black pupil’s scalp with marker

Parents of a black teenager in Texas are suing their Houston-area school district after three white middle school personnel used a marker to blot out…

Kashmir families demand answers

Rafiq Shagu’s wife died shortly after Friday prayers in India’s Muslim-majority Kashmir when tear gas smashed through a window in their home and filled the room. Now, with Indian authorities denying their troops have caused any civilian deaths while enforcing a lockdown of more than two…
Record number burning in Brazil rainforest

Record number burning in Brazil rainforest

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of fires this year, according to new data from the country’s space research agency. The…
‘Iran tanker too big to dock at Greek port’

‘Iran tanker too big to dock at Greek port’

An Iranian tanker that has sparked a diplomatic row pitting Tehran against Washington and London is too big to dock in Greece, the country’s junior…
Beijing says holding Britain’s Hong Kong consulate employee

Beijing says holding Britain’s Hong Kong consulate employee

An employee of Britain’s consulate in Hong Kong who went missing earlier this month is being held in China, Beijing confirmed yesterday. The incident…

Mexican court rules to allow recreational cocaine use

A Mexican judge has granted two people’s requests to be allowed to use cocaine recreationally, the organization behind the cases said Tuesday, calling it a “historic step”—though it must first be reviewed by a higher court. The rulings, the first of their kind in Mexico, would…

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Australia Cardinal Pell loses child sex abuse appeal AFP, Melbourne Disgraced Cardinal George Pell lost his appeal against child sex abuse convictions yesterday, prompting relief from victims who fought to bring one of the Catholic Church’s most powerful men to justice. A former Vatican treasurer,…
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