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What Russia wants from the votes in occupied Ukraine

Russia is losing its war in Ukraine and now four regions are holding self-styled referendums.

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Dozens of migrants killed as boat sinks off Syrian coast

The boat carrying more than 100 people set off from near the Lebanese port city of Tripoli.

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Iran headscarf: Raisi says police custody death must be investigated

The death of a woman who allegedly broke headscarf rules sparks the worst unrest in recent years.

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China Tangshan attack: Man who attacked female diners jailed for 24 years

The Chinese man's vicious attack on four women in a restaurant sparked a debate about gender violence.

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Opinion: Bad Bunny's politically charged reggaetón is making waves | CNN

Ed Morales writes that through his edgy, exuberant and irresistible rhythmic songs, Bad Bunny is using his musical platform to display both Puerto Rico's longstanding problems and the island's pers...

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Drone footage shows Hurricane Fiona damage in Puerto Rico | CNN

After Hurricane Fiona touched down in Puerto Rico, the storm ripped through the island and slammed into the Dominican Republic, causing devastating flooding and leaving critical water and power inf...

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Fearsome Hurricane Fiona could be Canada's strongest-ever storm | CNN

Canadians are bracing for what could be the strongest storm to ever hit their country's coast.

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The next named storm could become a monster hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico | CNN

Hurricane Fiona is the strongest hurricane of the Atlantic season, and now forecast models show a developing storm could become a monstrous threat to the US Gulf Coast by next week.

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Many across Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic remain without power and running water as Hurricane Fiona churns toward Bermuda

More than a million people in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are without power or running water again Thursday as crews work to repair critical utilities disabled by Hurricane Fiona, which ...

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How a woman became a symbol of defiance in Iran

Mahsa Amin's death in police custody has sparked a wave of protest across Iran.

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Ukraine war: Zelensky calls for 'just punishment' for Russia

In an impassioned UN speech, the Ukrainian leader calls for the creation of a special war tribunal.

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Fu Zhenghua: China's ex-justice minister jailed for corruption

Fu Zhenghua had previously been hailed as a corruption-fighting leader in his senior roles.

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