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The COVID-19 Pandemic Could Continue Well Into 2022. Here's Why.
Western countries might be majority inoculated, but what about the global South?
By 
FAIMA BAKAR
UK Police Charge 25-Year-Old Man With Stabbing Death Of Lawmaker
Conservative MP David Amess was murdered earlier this month while greeting constituents in an English town.
BY JILL LAWLESS AND DANICA KIRKA, AP
U.S. Marks 200 Million COVID-19 Shots Shared With World
The Biden administration aims to lead a global vaccination campaign even as it rolls out boosters for domestic use.
BY ZEKE MILLER, AP
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'Ted Lasso's' Jason Sudeikis Hails 'Historic' Adderall-Fueled 'Saturday Night Live'
A 19th-Century Law Dismantled The KKK. Now It Could Bring Down A New Generation Of Extremists.
Army 'Psy Ops' Expert Part Of Trump Team 'Command Center' To Overturn Vote: Report
Coding Org Seeks 'Legal Counsel' After Trump Social Media Venture Appears To Violate Terms
'Rust' Assistant Director Accused Of Having History Of On-Set Safety Issues
Jason Sudeikis Returns As The Devil On 'SNL' To Gush About Banner Few Years
Hundreds More Evacuated As Lava From Spanish Volcano Flows Further Into Town
Some 7,500 people have been forced to flee their homes since the Cumbre Vieja began erupting on La Palma island more than a month ago.
BY AP
Queen Elizabeth Is Taking A Few Days Off -- Doctors' Orders
The Queen, 95, has "reluctantly" canceled a trip to Northern Ireland but is in "good spirits," said Buckingham Palace.
BY AP
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Ex-Soldiers Storm Guatemala's Congress Building To Get Civil War Payment
Protesters broke down gates leading into the building's parking lot and torched several vehicles, causing congress employees to flee over a rooftop.
BY AP
‘He Lied’: Iraqis Still Blame Colin Powell For Role In Iraq War
Powell's testimony before the U.N. Security Council in 2003 made the case for war against Iraq with false claims of weapons of mass destruction.
BY AP
North Korea Tests Possible Submarine Missile, Amid Tensions
The launch marked possibly the most significant demonstration of the North’s military might since President Joe Biden took office.
BY KIM TONG-HYUNG AND HYUNG-JIN KIM , AP
Russia Suspends Its Mission At NATO, Shuts Alliance's Office
Russia says it's acting in retaliation to NATO’s expulsion of Russian diplomats.
BY JIM HEINTZ, AP
Terrifying Video Shows Stand Partially Collapsing During Soccer Fans’ Celebration
Incredibly, there were no reports of any injuries following the incident at Dutch club NEC Nijmegen’s Goffert Stadium.
BY AP
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