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What To Know About the 2022 G7 Summit

Leaders from seven of the world’s wealthiest countries are meeting at this year’s G7 Summit in Germany’s Bavarian Alps on Sunday to discuss the globe’s most pressing issues. On the agenda at the June ..

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‘Some Part of Their Youth Definitely Got Stolen.’ Photos of Growing Up Amid Ukraine’s War

​​If age is cumulative, the tallying up of events that weather the body and shape the mind, then Ukraine may not have many young people left.

Few here are unscarred by Russian President Vladimir Puti..

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At Least 920 People Killed in Powerful Afghanistan Earthquake, Officials Say

At least 920 people have been killed and hundreds more injured after a powerful earthquake hit southeastern Afghanistan overnight, a top official from the country’s Disaster Management Authority said...

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Saudi Crown Prince Visits Turkey As Countries Normalize Ties

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is scheduled to arrive in Ankara on Wednesday, making his first visit to Turkey as the two regional heavyweights press ahead with efforts to repair ties followin..

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Ukraine’s Women Refugees Face the Harsh Reality of Poland’s Abortion Restrictions

In the early days of May, in the third month of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a mother in her early 40s crossed the border into Poland, seeking safety for herself and two teenage children. She also ca..

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Emmanuel Macron Wants To Lead Europe. Now, He Must Focus on France

French President Emmanuel Macron hoped his April reelection would cement his position in power and bolster his agenda. But Macron was dealt a major blow during Sunday’s legislative elections in France..

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Japan Court Says Ban on Same-Sex Marriage Constitutional

A Japanese court ruled Monday that the country’s ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the constitution, and rejected demands for compensation by three couples who said their right to free union a..

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Canada Sets Dates To Ban Some Single-Use Plastics

The Canadian government is banning companies from importing or making plastic bags and Styrofoam takeout containers by the end of this year, their sale by the end of next year, and their export by the..

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Going on Vacation This Summer? Welcome to the ‘Revenge Travel’ Economy

The clock had not yet struck noon on a recent sunny day in Copenhagen, but the hour didn’t stop Hannah Jackson and her friends from ordering a bottle of Champagne. After the waiter at one of the outdo..

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Austria Returns to Coal Era As Russia Curbs Gas to Europe

Austria is returning to the coal age, reviving use of the dirtiest fossil fuel to generate power as Russia curbs flows of natural gas to Europe.

State-controlled Verbund AG, Austria’s biggest utility..