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The presidents of the United States and France said they would hold Russia to account for its actions in Ukraine and the European Union reached tentative agreement on an oil price cap to squeeze Moscow's export earnings.
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A former high school teacher, who was the subject of the hit podcast "The Teacher's Pet", was sentenced to 24 years in jail for murdering his wife 40 years ago, in a case that has gripped Australia.
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December 2, 2022 · 4:20 AM UTC· undefined ago
Germany's second successive group stage exit despite their 4-2 victory over Costa Rica on Thursday appears shocking for a country with such a history of World Cup success - but it shouldn't have been.
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December 1, 2022
At least 2,000 pro-democracy fighters have been killed in Myanmar battling a military junta that seized power last year, the head of a parallel civilian government said in an interview aired on Thursday, urging allies to provide military aid.