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BBC – World News
- Months of tension over Covid and the economy culminate in the sacking of the prime minister.
- How are countries enforcing vaccine passports and what can people use them for?
- The billionaire offers to pay $2bn in Nasa costs to be reconsidered for a key Moon lander contract.
- Senior Washington and Beijing officials clash on issues including sanctions, tariffs and human rights.
- The move, while largely symbolic, could provide a domestic boost to both the US and Iraqi leaders.
- The White House says current rules will remain due to rising cases and variant transmission.
- The withdrawal of remaining US combat troops could help Iran achieve its ambitions.
- Both Croatia and Serbia claim Nikola Tesla, pioneer of alternating current electricity, as their hero.
- Judges praised Meron Hadero's short story The Street Sweep which ends in a "clever twist".
- The 84-year-old kept the vehicle in his basement, along with an anti-aircraft gun and a torpedo.
BuzzFeed – World News
- “These days, from an early age, women are given a push, and expectations to demand more.”View Entire Post ›
- Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.View Entire Post ›
- “I understand that my foolish choice of words at the time was a mistake, and I regret it.”View Entire Post ›
- Christopher Ahn believed he could soothe the fears of defectors fleeing the horrors of the Kim regime. He found himself in the crosshairs of international law enforcement.View Entire Post ›
- Due to the pandemic, the opening ceremony took place Friday before a practically empty stadium. But the host country Japan still put on a dazzling show.View Entire Post ›
- The movies are back, and we can't wait for our turn to see the star-studded films that premiered at Cannes.View Entire Post ›
- Record rainfall fills Zhengzhou's streets and subway stations, leaving at least 25 people dead and thousands stranded and wading in chest deep water.View Entire Post ›
- The protests started on Sunday and have spread rapidly as thousands of Cubans are frustrated by hunger and basic supply shortages.View Entire Post ›
- "An opening day on Centre Court with a difference."View Entire Post ›
- The company is fighting back against new rules that go into effect today in India.View Entire Post ›