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    "Wake-Up Call": Germany Joins Chorus Supporting France On Submarine Row

    The US and Australian decision to strip France of a submarine supply contract was a stark reminder the EU must bolster its own capacity to act independently of its allies.

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    US Capitol on high alert as pro-Trump demonstrators converge for rally

    Hundreds of police officers will be on duty around the US Capitol on Saturday braced for a rally by supporters of the hundreds of people who breached the building on Jan.

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    'Will Aggravate Arms Race': China Attacks New Australia-UK-US Partnership

    China today sharply criticised the US, the UK and Australia's trilateral military partnership under which Canberra will be assisted to build nuclear-powered submarines.

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    WHO reports big drop in new coronavirus infections

    The WHO said there were about 4 million coronavirus cases reported globally last week, marking the first major drop in new infections in more than two months.

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    Biden orders release of secret 9/11 terror attack documents

    US President Joe Biden on Friday ordered declassification over the next six months of still secret documents from the government investigation into the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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    World passes threshold of 4.5m Covid deaths

    Some 10,000 deaths are reported every day in the world, a much lower figure than the highs of January when an average of 14,800 people were being killed daily.

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    Hong Kong students arrested for 'advocating terrorism'

    A controversial student union statement following a lone wolf attack on a police officer last month sparked the arrests, according to senior superintendent Steve.

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    COVID-19 May Become A Mostly Childhood Disease In Few Years: Study

    COVID-19 may behave like other common-cold coronaviruses in the next few years, affecting mostly young children who have not yet been vaccinated or exposed.

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    Nearly 5 million fewer girls to be born worldwide over next 10 years: Study

    An estimated 4.7 million fewer girls are expected to be born globally in the next 10 years because of sex-selective practices in countries with a cultural preference for male.

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    Delta spreads 'like wildfire' as doctors study whether it makes patients sicker

    With a new wave of Covid-19 infections fuelled by the Delta variant striking countries worldwide, disease experts are scrambling to learn whether the latest version of.

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    Hard-won gains at risk as Delta variant spreads: WHO

    The world is at risk of losing hard-won gains in fighting Covid-19 as the highly transmissible Delta variant spreads, but WHO-approved vaccines remain effective, the World.

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    Nigerian court acquits Shia leader el-Zakzaky of all charges

    A Nigerian court has acquitted the leader of a banned Shia group Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) of all eight criminal charges against him, defence and prosecution lawyers said.

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    UK military has failed to protect women from abuse: report

    Around two-thirds of female veterans in the British armed forces have experienced bullying, harassment or discrimination in their careers, a parliamentary report said on Sunday.

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    "Phenomenal Heat" And Other Climate Mysteries Are Puzzling Scientists

    The assessment, the first part of a trio of reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), will be released on August 9 at the end of meetings starting Monday.

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    From China to Germany, floods expose climate vulnerability

    Deadly floods that have upended life in both China and Germany have sent a stark reminder that climate change is making weather more extreme across the globe.

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    EU warns Bosnian Serb leaders against genocide denial

    The European Union on Friday warned Bosnian Serb leaders against denying the massacre at Srebrenica as a genocide after they opposed a ban on genocide denial instituted.

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    Pegasus spy claims probed as Macron switches phone

    Israel and Algeria on Thursday probed allegations that Israeli-made spyware was used on journalists, rights activists and 14 heads of state, as French leader.

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    Study reveals shocking decline in life expectancy in the U.S.

    From the moment we are born there are certain immutable truths we cannot escape. And the one which drives an entire entertainment industry genre and is a constant and gnawing anxiety as we age is death.

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    England hails ‘freedom day’, but virus ramps up in Asia

    England lifted most pandemic restrictions on Monday despite surging infections and dire warnings from experts, as the Delta variant sweeps parts of Europe and Asia, where

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    Lockdowns, Covid curbs dampen Eid celebrations

    Muslims in different countries around the world, including the United States, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Indonesia and Afghanistan, were observing on.

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    Pegasus Spyware affair 'Unacceptable' If True: EU Chief

    European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said Monday the spyware scandal involving an Israeli software firm and up to 50,000 smartphone numbers was "completely.

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    50,000 Phone Numbers Worldwide On List Linked To Israeli Spyware

    Pegasus, an Israeli-made spyware was believed to have been used to snoop on at least 300 Indian phone numbers that includes over 40 senior journalists, opposition leaders.

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    Saudi hosts vaccinated pilgrims for 2nd downsized Haj

    Saudi Arabia will host another downsized Haj from Saturday (Jul 17), with only residents fully vaccinated against the coronavirus permitted and overseas Muslim pilgrims.

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    Delta Covid variant now dominant strain worldwide, US deaths surging

    The Delta variant of Covid-19 is now the dominant strain worldwide, accompanied by a surge of deaths around the United States almost entirely among unvaccinated people, US officials said on Friday.

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