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The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, whose director insisted in 2019 that the museum was "proud" to have been supported by the Sackler family and that it would not take their name off the walls, has now reversed course.

A look at what Hurricane Ian destroyed in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, 22 miles south of where the storm made landfall.

Breaking News: Japan warned some residents to seek shelter after North Korea fired a missile, which flew over the country and landed in the Pacific Ocean.

President Vladimir Putin of Russia is now discovering what the U.S. itself concluded years ago, American officials suspect: Small nuclear weapons are hard to use, harder to control and a far better weapon of terror and intimidation.

Percival Mabasa, a journalist and prominent critic of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. of the Philippines, was killed during an ambush near his home outside the capital, Manila, the police said.

A man who was arrested over a Facebook parody aimed at his local police department is trying to take his case to the Supreme Court. He has sought help from an unlikely source: The Onion.

Iran’s long economic decline is one of the main forces spurring protesters into the streets to demand change. “We are breaking under financial pressure,” one man said.

Micron pledged up to $100 billion to build a chip factory in upstate New York, the latest move by a big semiconductor maker to invest in the U.S.

NYU dismissed a chemistry professor after students said his class was too hard, igniting a debate about the relaxing of academic standards.

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Leni Robredo, the only woman on the ballot in the Philippines election, is an outspoken critic of President Rodrigo Duterte and a frequent target of his insults. Thousands of young people, some too young to vote, have been cheering her on. #Halalan2022 

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A double rainbow shimmered across the crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace. When the news of Queen Elizabeth II's death broke, after a hush, people broke into "God Save the Queen."

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Breaking news: More than 100 people died after a soccer game in Indonesia as the police tried to quell a riot with tear gas. Many were trampled trying to flee.

Breaking News: Satellite images refute Russia’s claim that the killing of civilians in Bucha, a suburb of Ukraine's capital, occurred after its soldiers had left town, a New York Times analysis found.

More than 100,000 people attended a peace rally and demonstration in Berlin on Sunday in support of Ukraine. Organizers, which included peace and environmental groups, unions and churches, had expected 20,000 to gather.

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A landlord with 18 apartment buildings in New York City waived April rent for his 200 to 300 tenants because of the coronavirus pandemic. “I told them just to look out for your neighbor and make sure that everyone has food on their table," he said.

Tom Hanks had a cold, or so he thought. In the U.S., those symptoms may not be enough to get tested for the coronavirus. But in Australia, testing is free and widely available, thanks to early and coordinated planning for a pandemic.

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