Myanmar’s Military Junta Puts Ousted Leader Aung San Suu Kyi On Trial
Suu Kyi’s prosecution poses the greatest challenge for the 75-year-old and her National League for Democracy party since February’s military coup.
BY GRANT PECK, AP
Nicaraguan Incumbent Arrests 5 Opposition Leaders In One Day
President Daniel Ortega's government has detained 12 opponents since June 2, moving beyond candidates challenging him to any prominent opposition member.
President Biden Meets With Queen Elizabeth At Windsor Castle
Biden, who is in the U.K. for the Group of Seven leaders summit, is the 13th American president to meet the monarch.
BY KELVIN CHAN, JONATHAN LEMIRE AND DARLENE SUPERVILLE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Israel's Parliament Approves New Coalition, Ending Netanyahu's Long Rule
Naftali Bennett, a former ally of Netanyahu turned bitter rival, becomes prime minister.
BY JOSEPH KRAUSS, AP
Sinkhole Grows To Size Of Football Field, Threatens House And Traps 2 Dogs
The pups were stuck inside the central Mexico sinkhole for about four days before being rescued by firefighters.
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G-7 Nations Plan To Share At Least 1 Billion Vaccine Doses With The World
The announcement comes hours after President Joe Biden committed to donating 500 million COVID-19 shots to help speed the global pandemic's end.
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Earns Fastest Woman Alive Title
The two-time Olympic champion ran the 100 meters in 10.63 seconds. Only sprinting legend Florence Griffith Joyner has ever clocked a faster time.
'Families Are Families': Prince Edward Addresses 'Very Sad' Harry, Meghan Rift
The queen's youngest son said royals have all dealt with intrusion and attention "in slightly different ways."
Pink And White Rose Named In Honor Of Late Prince Philip Given To Queen Elizabeth
The Queen marked what would have been her husband's 100th birthday with the planting of the Duke of Edinburgh Rose.
Palestinian Activist Criticizes Attempts To Sanitize Forced Displacement In Sheikh Jarrah
"Just because you can legalize an evil act doesn’t make it any less evil," Mohammed el-Kurd, who was recently detained, told journalist Mehdi Hasan.
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