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    Nobel Prize recognizes breakthrough in quantum information

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  • Ukraine gains ground in Russian-occupied territories

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  • Ukrainian special unit searches for victims of war

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  • Ukraine retakes key areas Putin claimed to have annexed

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  • U.K. finance minister in dramatic about-face on scrapping income tax top rate

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  • Stampede that left 125 dead in Indonesia is tragic ‘beyond comprehension' says FIFA president

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  • Deadly stampede at Indonesian soccer game kills at least 125 people

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Young Italian 'computer genius' moves one step closer to becoming a saint

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Carlo Acutis passed away in 2006 aged just 15, but his legacy lives on after Pope Francis hailed him as an example for the digital age. NBC News' Helena Humphrey reports.