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Scientists: Extreme flooding will be more common

Scientists say destructive flooding events around the world have a common cause: a warmer atmosphere. (July 11)

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Biden arrives in Lithuania for NATO summit

U.S. President Joe Biden has arrived in the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, for the annual NATO summit. Russia’s war in Ukraine will top the agenda when Biden and his NATO counterparts hold talks during the two-day meeting. (July 11)

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Tom Cruise premieres ‘Mission’ in New York, prepares for space

Tom Cruise talked training for death-defying stunts as he premiered his latest “Mission: Impossible” movie in New York. Up next? He’s hoping to shoot part of a film in space. (July 10)

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Rare snow blankets Johannesburg

Residents in South Africa’s largest city, Johannesburg, woke up to below freezing temperatures as snow fell in parts of the country. (July 11)

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Storm causes havoc in Vermont

Rescue teams and local officials across Vermont braced from more precipitation Tuesday after heavy rain drenched parts of the Northeast on Monday. The Vermont State Police cautioned that flash flood warnings were in effect across the state. (Jul 10)

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Looted artifacts returned to Indonesia

Indonesia welcomes return of jewels, temple carvings as important step in global restitution effort. (July 10)

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Robbie, Gosling premiere ‘Barbie’ in Los Angeles

Stars of upcoming film “Barbie” - including Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, America Ferrera, and Issa Rae - join soundtrack musicians Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and Nicki Minaj on the the pink carpet for the premiere. (July 10)

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Larry Nassar stabbed at Florida federal prison

Larry Nassar stabbed at Florida federal prison

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Aretha Franklin’s sons clash over her disputed wills

Two sons of Aretha Franklin have given opposing opinions about the late singer’s final wishes. They testified in suburban Detroit in a trial over the Queen of Soul’s estate (July 10)(AP video: Mike Householder)

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Srebrenica victims’ remains arrive at memorial center

Coffins carrying remains of 30 more victims of the Srebrenica massacre, Europe’s only acknowledged genocide since World War II, arrived at a memorial center for July 11 burial in Potocari in Bosnia-Herzegovina.(July 10) ((AP/Almir Alic)

Families around the US are scrambling to navigate new laws that prohibit their transgender children and teenagers from accessing gender-affirming care.
Morocco’s national women’s team will make its debut this month at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the first to qualify from an Arab world.
Union Berlin has bolstered its Champions League preparations by signing Ivorian forward David Datro Fofana from Chelsea on loan for next season.
Lithuania and several of its allies have beefed up security for the NATO summit, with as many as 12,000 troops backed by warships, air defense systems and artillery deployed for the two-day meeting.Lithuanian authorities say almost 50 foreign delegations with 2,400 representatives are gathering in V
Spain’s right-wing opposition leader has put Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on the defensive in an election TV debate that saw both leaders accusing each other of pacting with parties they deem dangerous for Spain.
A giant panda has given birth to twin cubs at a theme park in South Korea. The park’s operator said Tuesday Ai Bao gave birth to the cubs, both female, last Friday.
Paraguay’s president-elect, Santiago Pena, has arrived in Taipei for a visit meant to reinforce relations between Taiwan and one of its few remaining diplomatic allies.
An industry group says China’s auto sales rose 8.8% over a year earlier in the first half of 2023 as electric vehicle purchases surged.
A prominent rights group has called for the International Criminal Court to investigate atrocities in Sudan’s volatile Darfur region, including what it says were “summary executions” of 28 non-Arab tribesmen by a Sudanese paramilitary force and allied Arab militias.
South African weather officials are warning of continued very cold temperatures, but say no further snow is expected for the rest of the week after parts of the country experienced unusual flurries.
Australia’s most decorated living war veteran has lodged an appeal against a civil court ruling that blamed him for the unlawful killings of four Afghans.
Thousands of people are gathering in Srebrenica for the annual ritual of commemorating the 1995 massacre in the eastern town and to give a dignified burial to the victims unearthed from mass graves and only recently identified through DNA analysis.
Saudi Arabia has deposited $2 billion into Pakistan’s central bank, a much-needed financial boost ahead of a critical meeting of the International Monetary Fund on the new bailout package for the cash-strapped South Asian country.
Police in Norway’s capital briefly stopped four Americans who rode through an Oslo tunnel on electric scooters, and a Norwegian newspaper says one of them was rapper Lil Nas X.
Afghanistan captain Hashmatullah Shahidi has won the toss and elected to bat as he chases a series sweep in Bangladesh.
Indonesia’s top diplomat is warning of the threat posed by nuclear weapons, saying that Southeast Asia is “one miscalculation away from apocalypse” and pressing for world powers to sign a treaty to keep the region free from such arms.
The Solomon Islands has signed an agreement to boost cooperation with China on law enforcement and security matters in a move likely to raise concerns among the South Pacific island’s traditional partners.
At the behest of players from across the globe, FIFA has agreed that a chunk of the prize money pool at the Women’s World Cup go straight to the players — all 732 of them.
The World Cup always draws attention to the inequities between men’s and women’s soccer. But it also highlights the inequity within the women’s game itself.
Russia’s war on Ukraine is in its 17 month and Western countries are sending increasingly hi-tech and long-range weapons and ammunition to help President Volodymyr Zelenskyy defend his country.
Vancouver, British Columbia; Wednesday, 10:30 p.m.
Seattle Sounders FC (10-7-5, third in the Western Conference) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (7-7-8, sixth in the Western Conference)
Violence continued in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip between Israeli security forces and Palestinian militants.
Chicago; Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. EDT
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Harrison, New Jersey; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Atlanta United FC (9-5-8, fourth in the Eastern Conference) vs. New England Revolution (10-4-7, second in the Eastern Conference)
Hong Kong leader John Lee says the city will ban marine products from “a large number prefectures” if Japan discharges treated radioactive wastewater into the sea.
Thai authorities say at least two people have been killed after an elevated road being built in Bangkok collapsed.
Iowa’s Legislature convenes Tuesday in a special session focused exclusively on abortion restrictions.
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