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Human rights groups said at least five people were shot and killed amid protests in the capital city of Nairobi that left portions of Kenya's parliament building on fire Tuesday.
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[l] at 6/25/24 9:52am
The International Criminal Court issued Monday arrest warrants against two top Russian security officials for alleged war crimes in the country's ongoing battle in Ukraine in eastern Europe. 
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[l] at 6/25/24 8:26am
The European Commission told Microsoft on Tuesday it has not done enough to decouple its Teams collaboration tool from Microsoft Office and 365 to foster third-party competition, violating the EU's antitrust rules.
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[l] at 6/25/24 7:59am
Israel's Supreme Court ordered a full draft of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men into the country's military Tuesday and an immediate freeze on government funding of religious educational institutions that fail to comply.
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[l] at 6/25/24 5:53am
Julian Assange was on his way home to Australia on Tuesday via the U.S. Mariana Islands where he will plead guilty to a single espionage conspiracy charge in a plea deal that will see him sentenced to time served.
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[l] at 6/25/24 2:38am
North Korea sent some 350 trash-filled balloons toward South Korea overnight, Seoul's military said Tuesday, as back-and-forth provocations continue across a tense inter-Korean border.
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[l] at 6/24/24 8:11pm
Former senator and human rights advocate Leila de Lima had her third and final drug trafficking-related charge dismissed by a Philippines court on Monday, ending her more than half decade legal ordeal.
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[l] at 6/24/24 7:02pm
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be freed from prison in Britain when he pleads guilty to a felony charge in a deal with the U.S. Justice Department, according to court papers filed late Monday.
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[l] at 6/24/24 4:46pm
South Korean government officials and other organizations on Monday filed a series of charges leveled against top Israeli government officials, including Israel's president and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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[l] at 6/24/24 11:31am
At least eight people near Russia's capital city are dead after a multi-story office building fire took place Monday afternoon local time.
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[l] at 6/24/24 8:55am
At least 22 workers, mostly Chinese nationals, were killed in a lithium battery plant fire in Hwaseong, south of Seoul, Monday, firefighters said.
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[l] at 6/24/24 8:27am
Britain's Princess Anne remained at Southmead Hospital in Bristol on Monday after sustaining a concussion on Sunday, Buckingham Palace announced.
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[l] at 6/24/24 7:22am
European leaders adopted a 14th package of Russia sanctions Monday aimed at individuals and tightening the noose on its economy, in a "further blow to Putin's regime and those who perpetuate his illegal war on Ukraine."
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[l] at 6/24/24 5:08am
European Union anti-trust regulators notified Apple on Monday that App Store rules preventing developers from "steering" consumers to offers and content outside of the app breach the bloc's Digital Markets Act.
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[l] at 6/24/24 12:53am
Inmates held at a maximum security prison on Quebec's north shore have been evacuated due to intensifying forest fires, officials said.
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[l] at 6/23/24 10:56pm
At least 15 police officers, a priest and an unknown number of civilians died in an attack on two Orthodox churches and a synagogue in Russia's majority Muslim Republic of Dagestan.
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[l] at 6/23/24 8:36pm
At least four people were killed and dozens injured when Russia shot down Ukraine-launched missiles over Sevastopol, Kremlin officials said.
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[l] at 6/23/24 7:31pm
The latest battle in the war between Israel and Hamas is about to wind down, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
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[l] at 6/23/24 6:05pm
A lack of cooling centers, sleeping accommodations, and other critical support services made the effects of the heat wave that killed at least 1,300 Hajj pilgrims even more deadly, pilgrims and media reports said.
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[l] at 6/23/24 11:21am
A power outage has disrupted a "significant number of flights" at Manchester Airport in northern England though service resumed Sunday afternoon, the airport said.
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[l] at 6/23/24 7:38am
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday again criticized the United States for holding up weapons shipments.

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