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Tens of thousands of farmers have camped out on major highways leading to New Delhi for more than seven months

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The president, in Ohio, addresses the health crisis caused primarily by fentanyl, the synthetic opioid that is much deadlier than heroin

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Some journalists and civil rights activists say their privacy has been destroyed after they were targeted by military-grade spyware

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Biden administration struggles with the surge as misinformation continues to drive anti-vaccination sentiments

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Official dismisses lab leak theory as a rumor running counter to common sense

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Iranian state news site quotes head of Izeh city in Iran’s Khuzestan province as saying one person was killed Tuesday

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More athletes are testing positive for COVID-19

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It’ll be Canada's biggest Olympic team since the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games

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Nearly 80 huge fires are ravaging the western US

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Authorities allegedly used Pegasus malware to spy on political opponents and journalists

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Weeks of protests broke out late April in opposition to a proposed tax hike, and the protests morphed into a mass movement against the right-wing administration of President Ivan Duque

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Canada, which once sent thousands of peacekeepers abroad, now has only a few dozen deployed in what experts see as a global trend

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The fate of his infrastructure proposal remains unclear after Senate Republicans rejected a $1 trillion blueprint in a key test vote Wednesday

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He’s currently serving a 23-year prison term in New York

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35-year-old scores twice as Brazil opens Tokyo Olympics campaign with 5-0 rout of China

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Experts suggest such a move might not dissipate the goodwill Beijing gained from donating or selling doses to countries

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Organizers expect to operate at full capacity, after last year's ceremony was delayed for months and later conducted under COVID-19 restrictions

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Burying power lines lessens the need for public safety power shutoffs, which are a last resort during dry, windy conditions to reduce the risk of trees touching live power lines and sparking a wildfire

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If everyone knows the US needs infrastructure reform, why is finding agreement on it so difficult?

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'We have made significant progress and are close to a final agreement,' a bipartisan group of senators said after the vote

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Top US general says Afghan forces purposely ceding ground to protect major population centers

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The first lady is set to arrive at Yokota Air Force Base in Tokyo on Thursday afternoon

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Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will visit several Asian countries in separate missions next week

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House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy responds by withdrawing all five Republican nominees

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