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  • Bloody suicide attack on huge Kabul wedding kills at least 63
  • China condemns US lawmakers’ support for Hong Kong protests
  • Retaliatory Israeli strikes 'kill three Palestinians' in Gaza
  • Khartoum crowds celebrate Sudan's transition to civilian rule
  • Court documents show U.S. seeks seizure of Iranian tanker violating sanctions
  • Hong Kong teachers' rally starts another weekend of protests
  • Thailand's 'sweetheart' dugong dies with plastic in stomach
  • Muslim armed group says it met Thai government
  • Israel to allow U.S. Rep Tlaib to visit family in West Bank
  • AP Analysis: Trump uses Israel to fuel partisan fires
  • India marks Independence Day with its secular, postcolonial image in tatters
  • 9 key countries are on the verge of recession, driving fears the U.S. could follow
  • No prime minister has been found responsible of anything as grave as Trudeau while still in office
  • Trump ties China trade deal to ‘humane’ Hong Kong resolution
  • US asks Gibraltar to halt release of Iranian tanker
  • US: Several police officers shot in Philadelphia
  • Hong Kong airport: Flights resume after violent protests
  • No-deal Brexit will be stopped, former finance minister Hammond says
  • Italy's premier to address senators amid leadership challenge
  • In photos: Riot police confront pro-democracy activists after second day of chaos at Hong Kong airport
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