June's full moon is quickly approaching, and it marks the final supermoon of the year....

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It's the latest raid by armed "bandits" in the country's northwest, where students have been increasingly targeted by the ransom-seeking gangs....

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Health officials say health measures and vaccination campaigns must be "scaled up fast" as almost two dozen nations face a "sobering trajectory."...

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The U.S. government barred China from work on the International Space Station, so the Chinese are building their own - and fast....

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The stone is a whopping 1,098.3 carats....

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Police claim Apple Daily bosses held for collusion with external elements "to endanger national security" as China continues crackdown on dissent....

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U.S. says latest moves by Hungary's long-time autocratic leader Viktor Orban "have no place in democratic society."...

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Amnesty International calls Mustafa al-Darwish latest victim of a justice system that sentences people to die "based on confessions extracted through torture."...

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Crowds of people hoping to dig their way to a better life have poured into a tiny South African village after a man reported finding a crystal-like stone....

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Violence erupts anew after Israeli ultranationalists, some chanting "Death to Arabs," parade in east Jerusalem, prompting incendiary balloon launches from Gaza....

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Saying "there is now famine in Tigray," U.N.'s relief chief accuses Eritrean soldiers of using "starvation as a weapon of war." He also describes the continuing mass rape of Tigray's women and violence against aid workers....

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With mistrust of vaccinations already deeply-rooted, the head of one community outreach program says Punjab province's threat will only "create further problems."...

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"I think gobsmacked is probably a very true word," said one churchgoer in Cornwall, England...

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Retired intelligence officer calls mysterious and debilitating neurological symptoms affecting State and Defense Department personnel "an act of war against U.S. officials."...

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