A torrent of water burst through a massive dam on the Dnipro River that separates Russian and Ukrainian forces in southern Ukraine on Tuesday, flooding a swathe of the war zone, forcing villagers to flee and prompting finger-pointing from both sides.
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The top U.S. securities regulator sued cryptocurrency platform Coinbase on Tuesday, the second lawsuit in two days against a major crypto exchange, in a dramatic escalation of a crackdown on the industry and one that could dramatically transform a market that has largely operated outside regulation.
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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday announced his 2024 presidential campaign, presenting himself as the only candidate in the growing Republican field willing to go toe-to-toe with the front-runner, former President Donald Trump.
- WorldUS slaps sanctions on Iranian, Chinese targets over Tehran's missile, military programs
The United States imposed sanctions on Tuesday on more than a dozen people and entities in China, Hong Kong and Iran, including Iran's defense attache in Beijing, over accusations they helped procure parts and technology for key actors in Iran's ballistic missile development.