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Head of congressional China committee meets with Taiwan’s president in Taipei

Rep. Mike Gallagher, a strong China critic, and four other members of the committee met with President Tsai Ing-wen in Taipei in a show of support for the Beijing-claimed island.
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politics political politicians

U.S. under fire for veto of U.N. cease-fire resolution

The World Food Program is pausing the delivery of food to northern Gaza until conditions are safe to do so, saying its drivers were shot at and faced looting and beating.
Israeli bombardment in Gaza City
Israeli bombardment in Gaza City
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Sydney taekwondo instructor accused of killing his 7-year-old student and the boy’s parents

Police allege Kwang Kyung Yoo killed Min Cho, 41, and her son at his academy after a class on Monday before driving to their home, where he killed Cho’s husband and the boy’s father, Steven Cho, 39.
Police investigate a crime scene at Lion's Taekwondo Martial Arts Academy in Sydney on Feb. 21, 2024.
Police investigate a crime scene at Lion's Taekwondo Martial Arts Academy in Sydney on Feb. 21, 2024.

Russia detains Los Angeles ballerina on suspicion of treason

A senior U.S. official confirmed to NBC News that the American is Ksenia Karelina. Russian officials said the dual citizen is accused of raising funds to back Ukraine's war effort.
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ballerina dancer brooklyn bridge nyc
14h ago

Alexei Navalny's mother files lawsuit with Russian court demanding release of her son's body

Lyudmila Navalnaya has been trying to retrieve her son’s body since Saturday, following his death in a penal colony in Russia’s far north a day before.
Flowers and a photo of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Flowers and a photo of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny
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Poland concerned by pro-Putin slogans at farmers' protests, saying Russian agents may be to blame

The Polish Foreign Ministry said it believed that extreme groups were trying to take over the farmers’ protest movement.
Polish farmers block the highway with their tractors and vehicles.
Polish farmers block the highway with their tractors and vehicles.
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Two years after Apple quit Russia over Ukraine, Vision Pros are for sale in Moscow

On the ground in Moscow, Apple products including MacBooks and iPhones are available in stores despite the company's move to stop exports of its products into Russia.
A customer with an Apple Vision Pro mixed reality (XR) headset at the company's store in Palo Alto, Calif., on Feb. 2, 2024.
A customer with an Apple Vision Pro mixed reality (XR) headset at the company's store in Palo Alto, Calif., on Feb. 2, 2024.

Ewen MacIntosh, star of the British version of 'The Office,' dies at 50

MacIntosh was best known for playing the hilarious role of Keith in the series from 2001 to 2003.
"David Brent: Life On The Road" - World Premiere - VIP Arrivals
"David Brent: Life On The Road" - World Premiere - VIP Arrivals
17h ago

Taiwan says it has not increased military deployments on front-line islands

China’s coast guard on Sunday began regular patrols around the Taiwan-controlled Kinmen islands after two Chinese nationals died trying to flee Taiwan’s coast guard.
Taiwan says it has not increased military deployments on frontline islands
Taiwan says it has not increased military deployments on frontline islands

Putin says Russia will push further into Ukraine after 'chaotic' fall of Avdiivka

Putin said on Tuesday the Ukrainian order to withdraw from the town had been announced after Ukrainian troops had already begun to flee in chaos.
Russia's President Putin and Defence Minister Shoigu meet in Moscow
Russia's President Putin and Defence Minister Shoigu meet in Moscow
17h ago

Lawyers for the U.S. tell a U.K. court why Julian Assange should face spying charges

Assange’s lawyers are asking the High Court to grant him a new appeal — his last legal roll of the dice in the legal saga that has kept him in a British high-security prison for the past five years.
Julian Assange's lawyers are on their final U.K. legal challenge to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spying charges.
Julian Assange's lawyers are on their final U.K. legal challenge to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spying charges.

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