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- U.S. defeat Iran in World Cup match overshadowed by political tensionSoccer ·
November 30, 2022 · 12:56 AM UTC
The United States triumphed on the pitch over longtime political adversary Iran on Tuesday in a World Cup match overshadowed by protests raging in Iran and laced with decades of tension between the two countries.
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November 30, 2022 · 2:29 AM UTC· undefined ago
Australia's parliament on Wednesday voted to censure former Liberal prime minister Scott Morrison after an inquiry found his secret appointment to multiple ministries during the COVID-19 pandemic undermined trust in government.