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Olympic sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya plans to fly to Warsaw later in the week, according to an activist group that is helping her.
The U.S. suspension of adoptions from more than 100 countries is dire news for strays around the world.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern participated in a Samoan forgiveness ritual, as part of an apology for the country's racially charged "Dawn Raids."
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya believes her life is in danger and will seek asylum in Tokyo, a group supporting the 24-year-old athlete said.
Former security guard Steve Bouquet was convicted of the brutal attacks on cats in the English city of Brighton.
Twenty-one people working at the Olympics tested positive on Saturday alone, none of them athletes.
The ISS lost control of its orientation for 47 minutes on Thursday, when Russia's science lab accidentally fired its thrusters after docking.
The U.S. government criticized the “unjust outcome” of Tong's trial and said the security law was used “as a political weapon to silence dissenting voices."
Cases in Tokyo have doubled since last week, although officials claim the surge is unrelated to the games.
In the past 24 hours, nearly 12 inches of rain fell on the camps hosting more than 800,000 Rohingya.