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Bolsonaro draws support from Brazilian soccer star ahead of presidential election

In a short TikTok video, Neymar Junior performed President Jair Bolsonaro’s campaign jingle before imploring votes for the far-right leader.
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Image: Neymar Junior

Iranians are exposing their regime's abuses online — and the world is watching

“The women in Iran are begging America and people with a platform to use their voice,” said one Iranian American content creator.
From uploading acts of solidarity to filming police activity on the streets of Iran, people around the globe are using social media platforms — and, in some cases, risking their safety — to keep protests in the country at the forefront of public attention.
From uploading acts of solidarity to filming police activity on the streets of Iran, people around the globe are using social media platforms — and, in some cases, risking their safety — to keep protests in the country at the forefront of public attention.
11h ago

Herd the news? Wild boar piglet adopted by German cows

Farmer Friedrich Stapel said while he knows what extensive damage wild boars can cause, he can’t bring himself to chase the animal away.
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12h ago

Suicide attack at Kabul tutoring center kills 19

“Targeting a room full of students taking exams is shameful,” said Karen Decker, the U.S. chargé d’affaires in Afghanistan, said.
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1d ago

Mexico is the most dangerous country for environmentalists, a report finds. This Indigenous community has lived it.

"They persecute us as criminals," an Indigenous activist said of what has taken place in his community. He's one of several whose accounts are documented in a Global Witness report.
Image: Rogelio Rosales Contreras
Image: Rogelio Rosales Contreras
1d ago

An American citizen was killed in an Iranian attack in Iraq, the State Department says

A spokesperson said the Biden administration was not releasing the name of the U.S. citizen out of privacy concerns and did not say how the U.S. would respond.
The aftermath of an Iranian cross-border attack
The aftermath of an Iranian cross-border attack

Biden hosts first Pacific Island country summit

The summit aims to boost climate change, trade and diplomatic efforts as the U.S. seeks to counter China’s growing military and economic influence in the region.
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Image: Joe Biden

NATO vows response to what it says was a deliberate attack on the pipeline between Russia and Europe

“Any deliberate attack against allies’ critical infrastructure would be met with a united and determined response,” the military alliance said after the Nord Stream explosions.
The gas leak in the Baltic Sea from Nord Stream photographed from the Coast Guard's aircraft on Sept. 27, 2022.
The gas leak in the Baltic Sea from Nord Stream photographed from the Coast Guard's aircraft on Sept. 27, 2022.

Queen Elizabeth II died of old age, death certificate says

Britain's longest-reigning monarch was 96 when she died this month.
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Image: TOPSHOT-BRITAIN-POLITICS-CONSERVATIVES-ROYALS
1d ago

India's top court grants all women the right to safe abortion

India's Supreme Court has upheld the right for all women to terminate pregnancies up to 24 weeks, regardless of marital status.
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Image: India clinic abortion

Russia says Putin will formally annex occupied Ukrainian regions at ceremony on Friday

Russian-backed authorities staged votes in occupied regions of Ukraine’s east and south that were widely denounced as shams to justify a land grab after recent military setbacks.
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