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BBC – World News
- A Model Y made multiple trips on a test track without a human in the driver's seat, engineers found.
- The country remains out of step with other major nations by refusing to commit to deeper emissions cuts.
- A study found no mutations associated with a parent's exposure in the 1986 nuclear accident.
- With foreign forces due to leave later this year, what progress have Afghans seen in their lives?
- A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
- A remote island could host Elon Musk's new Space X project – but its residents are not impressed.
- There's growing interest in the German model, where fans hold a controlling stake in the clubs.
- The death of Daunte Wright, who was shot near Minneapolis earlier this month, sparked mass protests.
- Russia's opposition leader could die, warn the doctors who had treated him before he was jailed.
- Akayed Ullah detonated a bomb in Times Square station during rush hour in December 2017.
BuzzFeed – World News
- Kadir van Lohuizen’s photographs show how rising sea levels are threatening coastlines from Bangladesh to New York City.View Entire Post ›
- Follow the latest vaccination data in the US and globally.View Entire Post ›
- This Company Monitors Prisoners In Xinjiang. It Won An “Innovation” Award At An Event Sponsored By Amazon.The Chinese government’s use of prisons and detention camps in Xinjiang is part of what the US and other countries have called a genocide.View Entire Post ›
- Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.View Entire Post ›
- This Lawmaker Wants To Label Foreign White Supremacist Groups As "Terrorists," But Some Of Them No Longer ExistOf the 13 violent far-right extremist groups Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants the US to designate "foreign terrorist organizations," four are defunct, one is American, and another is a part of an allied nation’s national guard.View Entire Post ›
- Sushma Mane kept her family going, until she couldn't go any longer.View Entire Post ›
- Prince Philip, who was married to the Queen for more than 70 years, was the longest-serving royal consort in British history. He died on Friday at age 99.View Entire Post ›
- The prince was a central figure in British public life for almost three-quarters of a century.View Entire Post ›
- “At the Queen’s side or trailing the customary two steps behind,” wrote former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, “Prince Philip showed the world what it meant to be a supportive husband to a powerful woman.”View Entire Post ›
- Police did not release the victim’s name, but Katie Wright identified him as her son, Daunte Wright. The shooting led hundreds of people to protest — and police to fire tear gas.View Entire Post ›