Prime Minister Boris Johnson wins a resounding election victory that will allow him to take Britain out of the European Union in a matter of weeks.
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Senior China diplomat says U.S. seriously damaged hard-won mutual trust
Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi said on Friday that the United States had seriously damaged the hard-won mutual trust between the countries by criticizing Beijing over issues such as Hong Kong and the treatment of Muslim Uighurs.
FBI investigating New Jersey kosher grocery rampage as domestic terrorism
A fatal gun rampage at a kosher grocery store in northern New Jersey this week is now being treated as an act of domestic terrorism and the FBI will oversee the investigation, federal and state law enforcement officials said on Thursday.
Six bodies retrieved from New Zealand volcanic island, two still missing
A New Zealand military team in gas masks and hazmat suits recovered six bodies on Friday from the volcanic island that fatally erupted earlier this week, as doctors worked to save badly burned survivors.
In an Indian village, a woman's killing and alleged rape opens caste divides
When the young woman limped toward shopkeeper Ravindra Prakash, pleading for help on a dark and foggy morning in the northern Indian village, her body was so charred that he thought she was a witch. He grabbed a wooden stick and tried to shoo her away.
Cboe exchange files to list new short volatility ETF
Cboe BZX Exchange has sought permission from the Securities and Exchange Commission to list shares of an exchange traded fund that would let investors bet against stock market gyrations, according to a regulatory filing.
Myanmar's lawyer to critics on genocide case: Everyone has right to defense
Canadian lawyer William Schabas, an international scholar on genocide, has been criticized by friend and foe for first researching crimes against the Muslim Rohingya of Myanmar, and now defending the state accused of perpetrating them.
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