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Somber Monument To Mark Glacier Lost To Climate Change
Scientists are memorializing Iceland's first glacier lost to global warming with a poignant "letter to the future."
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Iran Says All Crew Members Aboard Seized British-Flagged Tanker Are Safe
The ship's 23 crew members, who are from India, Latvia, the Philippines and Russia, were in "good health," Iranian state TV reported Sunday.
British Airways, Lufthansa Abruptly Suspend All Flights To Cairo For 'Security' Reasons
The airlines did not elaborate on the reason behind Saturday's sudden suspension.
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The Brutal Reality Of Being The World's 'Best' Recycler
In Germany, strict recycling laws are widely praised. But success masks a dark truth.
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European Union Probes Amazon As Scrutiny Over Tech Giants Grows
By Carlo Piovano and Raf Casert, AP
The investigation could lead to fines and eventually cause Amazon to change the way it works.
‘Bachelorette’ Fantasy Suites Week Takes An Extreme Turn
Claire Fallon and Emma Gray hand out superlatives in what was itself a superlative episode of the “Bachelorette,” including the best dating role model and the most satisfying one-liner.
Puerto Rico Governor Vows To Remain In Office After Violent Protests
Uproar was sparked in part by leaked controversial and vulgar text messages between the governor and his closest allies.
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German Jewish Leader Denounces Amazon For Allowing Sale Of Pro-Nazi Merchandise
It's "absolutely unacceptable" for Amazon to allow anti-Semitic books and T-shirts on its site, a leader from the Central Council of Jews in Germany stated.
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Protesters Flood Hong Kong's Streets Again In Opposition Of Extradition Bill
By Donny Kwok and Felix Tam, Reuters
The city's leader Carrie Lam has said the widely-loathed bill is "dead," but demonstrators are demanding its formal withdrawal and Lam's resignation.
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Sifan Hassan Runs The Fastest Mile Ever For A Woman
By Mitch Phillips, Reuters
The Netherlands-based Hassan said she didn't think she was setting a record because she started off slower than normal.
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Trump Responds To UK Ambassador Kim Darroch's Resignation
Darroch stepped down after leaked diplomatic cables showed him lambasting Trump and his administration as “inept” and “incompetent.”
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UK Lawmakers Approve Bid To Legalize Same-Sex Marriage In Northern Ireland
By William James, Reuters
The plan, if passed, would also extend abortion rights in the country.
Lindsey Graham Blames Press, Not President, For Resignation Of UK Ambassador
Sir Kim Darroch resigned after leaked cables revealed he called Trump "uniquely dysfunctional."
France Will Soon Charge Ecotax On Most Flights
Tickets originating in France will carry a new fee between $1.70 and $20, which will help fund eco-friendly infrastructure like train networks.
Justice Department Watchdog Probes Trump Dossier Author
By Mark Hosenball, Reuters
Attorneys from the Inspector General’s office of the DOJ met in person in early June with dossier author Christopher Steele in Britain, according to sources.
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Trump Calls UK Ambassador 'A Pompous Fool' After Leaked Criticism
Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch had called the Trump administration “inept” and “incompetent” in diplomatic cables.
Turns Out Racing Down A Glacier On Bikes Is A REALLY Bad Idea
The "Mountain of Hell" bike race in France was marked by a massive pileup in the opening minutes.
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German Catholics Storm Out Of Sermon Urging Forgiveness For Predator Priests
The Rev. Ulrich Zurkuhlen was apparently attempting to teach parishioners at Holy Spirit Church in Münster about the importance of forgiveness in Christianity.
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Madrid High Heels Run Defies Gravity And Homophobia
Male and female participants joined the event to speak out against a lawmaker's recent attempts to curtail LGBTQ Pride celebrations in the Spanish city.
Scorching Temperatures Smash Records In U.S., Europe
Scientists warn that heat waves are becoming increasingly common due to human-caused climate change.
Libya Airstrike: At Least 40 Killed In Attack On Migrant Detention Center
The airstrike raises further concerns about the European Union’s policy of partnering with Libyan militias to prevent migrants from crossing the Mediterranean.
Germany Fines Facebook $2.3 Million Under Hate Speech Law
The Federal Office for Justice said the social networking company had failed to meet transparency requirements for its handling of hate speech complaints.
Migrant Aid Ship Captain Arrested After Ramming Italian Police Boat
Refusing to wait any longer, the captain of a humanitarian rescue ship rammed a police boat to get to the dock.
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A Pivotal Women's World Cup Match For The United States Is An Even Bigger Deal For France
A win for France would establish it as a world power, and help bring even more attention to women's soccer at home.
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Why Women Are Using A Closed Facebook Group To Find Support For Breast Pumping
By Annabel Benhaiem, HuffPost France
More French women are turning to each other for guidance as they explore the option of pumping milk.
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Far-Right Extremist Confesses To Murder Of Pro-Migrant German Politician
A man with a history of anti-immigrant violence admitted to the killing of Walter Lübcke, police say, as thousands gathered to protest extremism.
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