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Joe Biden says he discussed imprisoned Americans with Vladimir Putin

President Joe Biden said after his meeting with President Vladimir Putin that he is “not going to walk away” from the plight of two...

Australia raises age limit for AstraZeneca jab after blood clots death

Australia has raised the age from which the AstraZeneca vaccine is recommended from 50 to 60 after the jab was blamed for a 52-year-old...

Companies around the world hit by brief internet outages

A wave of brief internet outages has hit the websites and apps of dozens of financial institutions, airlines and other companies across the globe. The...

Malaysia court rules against coroner verdict in Nora Quoirin’s death

A Malaysian High Court has found that a coroner erred in ruling that the death of French/Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin, whose body was...

Biden and Putin plunge into hours of talks at summit

US president Joe Biden and Russia’s Vladimir Putin launched into hours of face-to-face talks on Wednesday in a highly anticipated summit at a time...

France eases mask rules and announces end to nightly virus curfew

France has eased several Covid-19 restrictions, with authorities saying it is no longer always mandatory to wear masks outside and halting an eight-month nightly...

EU members agree to lift travel restrictions on US tourists

The European Union (EU) is recommending that member countries start lifting restrictions on tourists from the United States. EU members agreed on Wednesday to add...

Nato boss urges alliance to focus on challenges posed by Russia and China

Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said the 30-nation military alliance aims to set aside the divisions of the Trump era and focus on the security...

Germany considers easing mask rules as infections fall

Germany has recorded its lowest number of new daily coronavirus infections in nearly nine months, and officials are floating the possibility of loosening mask-wearing...

Sedition charges filed against aides to half-brother of Jordan’s king

The prosecutor of Jordan’s state security court filed sedition and incitement charges against two confidants of King Abdullah II’s half-brother Hamzah, marking the latest...

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