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BBC – World News
- Indonesia is the latest country to see anti-Sweden protests, after a Quran burning in Stockholm.
- Preston Hemphill was one of the officers who initially stopped Mr Nichols prior to his fatal beating.
- The US Secretary of State also calls for a two-state solution, following bloody attacks on Israelis.
- The mosque is within a tightly-guarded area of police and intelligence buildings in Peshawar.
- Former US world champion freestyle skier Kyle Smaine dies in an avalanche in Japan.
- As part of the policy in Sichuan, unmarried individuals will also be able to raise children.
- It is the latest European country to say it is increasing military spending as a result of the conflict.
- Unidentified gunmen "randomly shot at guests" as they danced in a house party, police say.
- Authorities say the death toll has peaked, and there's been no case spike during Lunar New Year.
- She was five when she starred in the first TV adaptation of The Addams Family in the 1960s.
BuzzFeed – World News
- “We Lost Our Beloved Ones For The Sake Of Education”: An Afghan Girl Who Survived A Suicide Attack In Her Classroom Isn’t Backing Downby Syed Zabiullah Langari“I want to tell the terrorists that no matter how much oppression you would impose on us, you can't defeat us!” she told BuzzFeed News.View Entire Post ›
- by Ellie HallBenedict was the first pontiff since the 13th century to relinquish the papacy without external pressure.View Entire Post ›
- by Claudia KoernerThe Brazilian “King of Football” had been treated for colon cancer since 2021.View Entire Post ›
- A Former Marine Was Freed From “Wrongful Detention” In Russia, But Concerns Remain For Brittney Griner And Othersby David MackTrevor Reed's release from Russia highlighted concerns over the continued detention of WNBA star Brittney Griner and another former Marine, Paul Whelan.View Entire Post ›
- An Iranian Man Celebrating His Country's Loss To The US In The World Cup Was Killed By Security Forces, Human Rights Groups Sayby Clarissa-Jan LimHuman rights groups say at least 448 people, including 60 children, have been killed by security forces since protests broke out over Mahsa Amini's death.View Entire Post ›
- by Albert SamahaAt a World Cup defined by suppression of dissent, Iran’s players have risked the most to call out injustice.View Entire Post ›
- by Ade OnibadaProtests and vigils have been reported in multiple cities and universities — a mass public movement that’s rare in China.View Entire Post ›
- German Players Covered Their Mouths Before A World Cup Game After Not Being Allowed To Support LGBTQ Peopleby David MackFIFA banned team captains from wearing an armband in support of LGBTQ rights as a stand against World Cup host country Qatar, which has the death penalty for homosexual acts.View Entire Post ›
- Iranian Soccer Players And Fans Protested At The World Cup In Solidarity With Anti-Government Demonstrations Back Homeby Clarissa-Jan LimThe Iranian national team stayed silent when the national anthem played before its match against England. Fans in the crowd also held up signs and photos of protesters killed by security forces.View Entire Post ›
- The Taliban In Afghanistan Is Still Preventing Girls From Getting Above A Sixth-Grade Education, So This Kabul Resident Is Running A Secret Schoolby Syed Zabiullah Langari“It is in their interest to impose restrictions on women because they can't do it on males.”View Entire Post ›