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IOC recommends return of Russian, Belarusian athletes as neutrals
The Olympic committee has recommended that Russians and Belarusians be allowed to compete as neutrals.
Nashville police search for clues after latest US school shooting
Police release body camera footage of attack at Christian primary school that left three children, three adults dead.
Russian whose child drew anti-war image gets jail term but flees
Alexei Moskalyov's 13-year-old daughter has been placed in a children's home after making a drawing about Ukraine's war.
Ex-crypto boss Bankman-Fried charged with bribing China officials
US accuses founder of now-bankrupt FTX cryptocurrency exchange of conspiring to pay $40bn to Chinese officials.
Bitter taste of kiwis: Indian fruit pickers in Italy allege abuse
Many farmhands hail from the Punjab and migrate for better salaries than they would earn in India's breadbasket.
Myanmar military dissolves Aung San Suu Kyi’s NLD party
NLD led by Suu Kyi among 40 parties dissolved after failing to meet registration deadline, according to state TV.
The Taliban needs to start an intra-Afghan dialogue but with who?
Inclusivity is important, but more important is not to bring back corrupt officials from the previous government.
Myanmar parades military and issues warning to “terrorists”
An Al Jazeera crew was allowed into Myanmar to witness a huge military parade, as its leader issued a warning.
Pirates board Danish-owned ship in dreaded Gulf of Guinea
The tanker was attacked in the Gulf of Guinea, seen as one of the world's most dangerous shipping routes.
Bush did what Putin’s doing — so why is he getting away?
The answer: hypocrisy, even in the way the West's narrative describes the Iraq invasion and Ukraine war.
Dozens dead in fire at migrant facility in Mexico
Blaze broke out late Monday at a holding centre in Ciudad Juarez across the border from El Paso, Texas.