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Climate protesters in England glued themselves to a copy of ‘The Last Supper’

Activists from the same group have glued themselves to other paintings at U.K. art galleries in recent days, calling on the government to end all…

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Large Hadron Collider starts 3rd run to unravel more mysteries about the Universe

After a few years of upgrades, the Large Hadron Collider in Europe is smashing particles together once again to discover more about the Universe. Source:…

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British PM Boris Johnson’s government is in turmoil as 2 Cabinet ministers resign

To lose one Cabinet minister may be seen as a misfortune, but to lose two looks like carelessness. That’s what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson…

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2 key U.K. senior ministers quit Boris Johnson’s government

The two ministers resigned after a day in which the prime minister acknowledged he had changed his story on how he handled sexual misconduct allegations…

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Sydney floods worsen as 50,000 Australians are warned to evacuate or be ready to

Days of torrential rain have caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks, bringing a fourth flood emergency in 16 months to parts…

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Flying around the world — and back home again — in ‘Imagine a City’

In a new book, pilot and author of Skyfaring Mark Vanhoenacker takes readers to far-flung cities he once dreamed about during his childhood in western…

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NATO poised to sign accession protocols for Sweden, Finland

The anticipated approval by the 30 NATO allies for Sweden and Finland on Tuesday will send the membership bids of the two nations to the…

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The Large Hadron Collider will embark on a third run to uncover more cosmic secrets

Ten years ago, the discovery of the Higgs Boson particle helped make sense of our universe. But in doing so, it unlocked a whole host…

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Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city

Fighting and shelling remain intense in Ukraine as Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city. In some areas, civilians have faced months of…

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A Mexican town learned that 3 local cousins died in the San Antonio smuggling tradegy

Relatives of three young cousins from a small town in Mexico finally got that official word that they were among the victims of the San…

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U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Palestinian-American journalist

The U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Shireen Abu Akleh, a prominent Palestinian-American journalist, shot in May. She was covering an…

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Shot that killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was likely fired by Israelis, U.S. says

Officials have concluded that gunfire from Israeli positions likely killed the veteran Al-Jazeera journalist in May, but that there was “no reason to believe” her…

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A provocative exhibit at NYC’s Met Museum takes a new point of view

The exhibit explores how Native Americans have used water. But it also points out how political water is. (Image credit: Cara Romero/Metropolitan Museum of Art,…

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Danish police say the deadly mall shooting was apparently a random attack

Copenhagen’s police chief said investigators had no indication that anyone helped the gunman, identified as a 22-year-old Dane. (Image credit: Olafur Steinar Rye Gestsson/AP) Source:…

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4 crew members are rescued after a floating crane sinks south of Hong Kong

The rescued people were part of a 30-strong crew on board a China-registered floating crane that was involved in building several offshore wind farms, according…

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A meter of rain triggers evacuation warnings in Australia’s largest city

Parts of Sydney’s 5 million people are facing a fourth flooding emergency in a year and a half after torrential rain caused dams to overflow…

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At least 6 hikers were killed after a piece of glacier broke loose in Italy

The glacier, in the Marmolada range, is the largest in the Dolomite mountains in northeastern Italy and people ski there in the winter. But the…

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The last city in Luhansk has fallen to Russia. What does that mean for Ukraine?

Lysychansk was the last major city held by Ukrainians in the region. After their retreat, Russia holds the entire Luhansk region and has its sights…

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Several people were shot at a shopping mall in Copenhagen

One person has been arrested in connection with the shooting at the Field’s shopping mall in Denmark’s capital, which is close to the airport. (Image…

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A day trip to Venice will require a reservation — and a fee

City officials unveiled new rules for day-trippers that go into effect on Jan. 16. It’s part of a bid to better manage visitors who often…

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Heavy rains, floods prompt evacuations of Sydney suburbs

Thousands of residents in Sydney suburbs were told to evacuate their homes on Sunday after heavy rains caused floodwaters to rise and rivers to overflow….

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Ukraine’s farmers face Russia’s blockade and ordnance in their farms this harvest

Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year’s wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia’s Black Sea blockade…

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