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4 migrants die while attempting to cross the English Channel from northern France

4 migrants die while attempting to cross the English Channel from northern France

PARIS (AP) — Four migrants have died while trying to cross the English Channel on an inflatable boat from France to the U.K., French authorities said Friday.
Nepal's prime minister loses a confidence vote forcing him to step down

Nepal's prime minister loses a confidence vote forcing him to step down

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal’s prime minister lost a vote of confidence in parliament on Friday after the largest party in his coalition government withdrew its support, which would now force him to step down from office after 19 months in power.
Finnish lawmakers approve controversial law to turn away migrants at border with Russia

Finnish lawmakers approve controversial law to turn away migrants at border with Russia

HELSINKI (AP) — Finnish lawmakers on Friday narrowly approved a controversial bill that will allow border guards to turn away third-country migrants attempting to enter from neighboring Russia and reject their asylum applications because Helsinki say
1 dead and 2 missing after helicopter crashes in the ocean off the Hawaiian island of Kauai

1 dead and 2 missing after helicopter crashes in the ocean off the Hawaiian island of Kauai

HONOLULU (AP) — A helicopter crashed into the ocean off the Hawaiian island of Kauai on Thursday, leaving one person dead and two others missing, the Kauai Police Department said.
Australian army private and her husband accused of spying for Russia

Australian army private and her husband accused of spying for Russia

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — An Australian army private and her husband accused of spying for Russia were denied bail Friday, on the first charges against suspected operatives under Australia’s sweeping espionage laws enacted in 2018.
2 buses carrying more than 50 people were swept into a river by a landslide in Nepal

2 buses carrying more than 50 people were swept into a river by a landslide in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A landslide swept two passenger buses carrying more than 50 people into a swollen river in central Nepal early Friday, while continuous rain and more landslides were making rescue efforts difficult.
Biden says during news conference he's going to 'complete the job' despite calls to bow out

Biden says during news conference he's going to 'complete the job' despite calls to bow out

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden used his highly anticipated news conference Thursday to deliver a forceful defense of his foreign and domestic policies and batted away questions about his ability to serve another four years, declaring: “I’m not
A second person has died in Vermont flooding from Hurricane Beryl’s remnants, officials say

A second person has died in Vermont flooding from Hurricane Beryl’s remnants, officials say

PLAINFIELD, Vt. (AP) — A second person has died in Vermont in the flooding from Hurricane Beryl’s remnants, officials said Thursday. The driver was swept away in his vehicle by floodwaters Thursday morning in Lyndonville, Lt.
Jasmine Paolini wins Wimbledon's longest women's semifinal and faces Barbora Krejcikova next

Jasmine Paolini wins Wimbledon's longest women's semifinal and faces Barbora Krejcikova next

LONDON (AP) — Jasmine Paolini kept coming back, kept coming back, kept coming back, against Donna Vekic in what would become the longest Wimbledon women's semifinal on record — after dropping the opening set, after being two games from defeat in each
Zelenskyy says to win the war, US needs to lift limits on striking military targets inside Russia

Zelenskyy says to win the war, US needs to lift limits on striking military targets inside Russia

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Thursday embraced the support of allies who have provided substantial new military aid and a path to joining NATO, even as he emphatically pushed for the help to arrive faster and for restr