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U.S. Capitol riot panel questions Republican lawmaker about tour of building

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Lufthansa CEO says Boeing 'will get back to its feet'

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Pelosi says she hopes U.S. Congress can pass China competition bill by July 4

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‘The Eight Mountains,’ an Italian drama directed by Felix Van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch, premiered at the #Cannes2022  Film Festival

U.S. House passes bill to fight oil and gas price gouging

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Nicaragua president says he is 'not interested' in attending U.S.-hosted summit

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Australians still remain split on their election choice just days out from the national poll

Top U.S., Russian generals speak for first time since Ukraine invasion

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Wall Street ends lower as Cisco and Apple sink

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Thousands of Berlin residents showed up at the central train station with sign boards offering refugees fleeing Ukraine a place to stay

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’

Thai protesters challenge monarchy with symbolic plaque

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Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion arrived in Madrid with the help of a group of Spanish taxi drivers who volunteered for a 40-hour trip to Poland and back to support the mass evacuation

Soldiers opened fire on Nigerian protesters in the commercial capital Lagos, three witnesses told @Reuters . Demonstrations over police brutality have been ongoing for more than a week

Billionaire Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $41.39 billion, a regulatory filing shows

Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. is celebrating a landslide victory in the Philippines presidential election, an extraordinary comeback for a family once best known for widespread human rights abuses and the plunder of an estimated $10 billion

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