Indigenous Canadians win right to use original names after forced assimilationGovernment seeks to atone for historical abuses as new policy comes after discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves

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Indigenous Canadians win right to use original names after forced assimilationGovernment seeks to atone for historical abuses as new policy comes after discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves

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Bridge made of string: Peruvians weave 500-year-old Incan crossing back into placeQ’eswachaka bridge connected communities divided by Apurimac river before falling into disrepair because of pandemic

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Bridge made of string: Peruvians weave 500-year-old Incan crossing back into placeQ’eswachaka bridge connected communities divided by Apurimac river before falling into disrepair because of pandemic

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China says fuel rods damaged at nuclear plant, but denies leakageChina says that the radiation level at a nuclear reactor increased in the wake of fuel rods being damaged, but it is within the prescribed limits, and there is no radioactive leakage.

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China says fuel rods damaged at nuclear plant, but denies leakageChina says that the radiation level at a nuclear reactor increased in the wake of fuel rods being damaged, but it is within the prescribed limits, and there is no radioactive leakage.

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Airbnb reportedly pays tourist $7m after rapeAccording to reports in Bloomberg, the company paid an Australian traveller after a 2016 attack.

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Trump's summer tour to kick off with rally against Republican who voted to impeach himDonald Trump has scheduled the first stop on his long-promised revenge tour against Republicans who spurned him during his quest to overturn the 2020 election outcome and subsequent impeachment.

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10 California residents get $1.5M richer via vaccine jackpotGov. Gavin Newsom has doled out $1.5 million each to 10 vaccinated winners at Universal Studios to mark the end of the state’s coronavirus restrictions

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US agents admit to falsely accusing professor of espionage for ChinaUS federal agents have reportedly admitted that they falsely accused a Chinese-born professor of espionage for China

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Cases of a dangerous Covid-19 variant are 'rapidly increasing' in US, expert saysAs US states lift more coronavirus restrictions, experts are worried people who aren't fully vaccinated could contribute to further spread of the virus.

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'Fentanyl has changed the whole landscape': San Francisco faces worst drug epidemic everWe talked to the head of emergency medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital...

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Texas Power Grid, Strained Last Winter, Now Faces an Early Heat WaveRegulators have asked residents to start conserving energy after demand hit a June record just one week into the month.

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Okinawa police blasted for searching home of researcher exposing US military waste issuesA home search conducted earlier this month

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899 People Received Expired Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Doses at Times Square SiteNearly 900 people received expired COVID-19 vaccine doses at a vaccination site in Times Square this month, health officials said Tuesday. The 899 people who received doses of the Pfizer vaccine at the former NFL Experience building in Times Square between June 5 and June 10 should schedule another Pfizer shot as soon as possible, the New York City Health…

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Airbnb reportedly pays tourist $7m after rapeAccording to reports in Bloomberg, the company paid an Australian traveller after a 2016 attack.

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Israeli military launches airstrikes in Gaza in response to incendiary balloons launched from the coastal enclaveThe Israeli military struck targets in Gaza overnight Wednesday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement, citing incendiary balloons launched from Gaza earlier in the day. According to reports in Israeli media, incendiary balloons launched from Gaza sparked multiple fires in southern Israel.

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Israeli military launches airstrikes in Gaza in response to incendiary balloons launched from the coastal enclaveThe Israeli military struck targets in Gaza overnight Wednesday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement, citing incendiary balloons launched from Gaza earlier in the day. According to reports in Israeli media, incendiary balloons launched from Gaza sparked multiple fires in southern Israel.

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Loan relief granted to defrauded for-profit college studentsThe U.S. Education Department said Wednesday it's erasing student debt for thousands of borrowers who attended a for-profit college chain that made exaggerated claims about its graduates’ success in finding jobs.

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Senate OKs Legislation To Make Juneteenth A Legal Holiday : NPRJuneteenth is an annual celebration held on June 19 to commemorate the end of chattel slavery in America.

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