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An illustration of the Myanmar junta's torture: a 17-year-old boy, accused of being a protest ringleader, said he was beaten for days while blindfolded and was forced into a pit, then buried up to his neck in a mock burial.

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The European Union imposed more sanctions on the Myanmar junta: an asset freeze and travel ban on eight Myanmar officials, including the home affairs minister responsible for the police force, and sanctions on three companies controlled by the military.

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Less than 48 hours ago John Bercow was vocally adamant he wasn’t after a peerage from the Labour Party. Apart it seems from begging for it and filling out the nomination forms on behalf of the party chairman.

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A high school salutatorian in Florida shared the racist experiences she faced at her high school graduation. Rachel Cheng has faced a wave of backlash since her remarks on June 8.

"You choose, vaccine or I will have you jailed." Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to jail people who refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Cambodia charges environment activists with insulting the king

Health Secretary Matt Hancock refuses to confirm when the key meeting on the care system crisis will take place, as 13,000 pensioners are being denied help each week. @NickFerrariLBC 

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Scoops of the Day

The paper's closure would shutter one of the few remaining local newspapers willing to be critical of China's authoritarian leaders

Exclusive: Amazon is destroying millions of items of unsold stock in one of its UK warehouses every year, an ITV News investigation has uncovered. Many of the products - including smart TVs and laptops - are often new and unused. #AmazonWaste 

BTS Have Beaten Their Own Record With Another Week At No. 1 On The Hot 100

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K-pop stars SEVENTEEN, best known for hits such as ‘HOME;RUN’ and ‘Left & Right,’ drop their new EP ‘Your Choice’ and lead single ‘Ready to Love’

Why is it still important when someone like Carl Nassib, an established player in the most popular sport in our country, comes out? Because of this 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻

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BREAKING: Supreme Court sides with former college athletes over NCAA rules limiting education-related benefits. The high court ruled unanimously that NCAA limits on computers, graduate scholarships, tutoring, study abroad and internships can’t be enforced.

I am shocked to see that this grave situation is being ignored even after 7 weeks since the polls ended. This is the most barbaric post-poll violence after independence: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar

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More than 80 lakh doses of anti-COVID vaccine have been administered so far, on day one of the implementation of 'Revised Guidelines for COVID Vaccination' today: Union Health Ministry (file photo)

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JUST IN: Iran's president-elect says he would not be willing to meet with US President Biden

Taiwan denounces Hong Kong after officials expelled in 'one China' row

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Scoops of the Week

“I’m going to confront anyone that lies” about Jan. 6, says DC police officer Michael Fanone. “While these members are betraying their oath, thousands of … police officers were fulfilling their oath and continue to do so every day.”

“How do I have two medical degrees if I’m sitting here oppressed?” An Illinois parent rips into Critical Race Theory at a school board meeting

U.S. Catholic bishops approved the drafting of a document that many hope will rebuke Catholic politicians including President Joe Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights.

The Hong Kong police on Thursday launched a sweeping clampdown on Apple Daily, a pro-democracy newspaper, arresting five senior executives, freezing company accounts and warning its readers not to repost some of the publication’s articles online.

Donald Trump went off on President Biden over the "toxic and anti-American theories" being pushed on school children:

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“Jail Bolsonaro”: while protesters were marching in Brazil today, this apparently happened at the Tower of London

Nearly a dozen Fox News guests presented as concerned parents or educators who oppose the teaching of so-called “critical race theory” in schools also have day jobs as Republican strategists, conservative think-tankers, or right-wing media personalities

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"BTS Army, borahae!" 💜 Benjamin Baetiong got the surprise of his life after his endearing #BTSMeal  post went viral last Friday: Filipino ARMY raised funds for him amounting to more than P45,000! Kuya BJ met up with some of them on Sunday. Find out what happened in this video!

As Boris Johnson comes under pressure to explain why he didn’t sack Matt Hancock despite him being ‘hopeless’, Gavin Williamson warns it would set a very dangerous precedent.

THIS is what it's all about. @itskerrii  is headed to the Olympics, and she immediately ran into the stands to celebrate with her family. @usatf  | #TokyoOlympics  x #TrackFieldTrials21 

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