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Biden’s climate summit offers rare ‘breathing space’ with Putin amid growing rifts

But world powers also are trying find strategic advantages from climate shifts.

Indonesian navy submarine reported missing, 53 people aboard

The Indonesian navy has asked Australia and Singapore for assistance.

Oxygen leak leaves 22 covid patients dead at a hospital in India

A technical fault in a valve of the hospital’s oxygen tank caused the leak, a senior official said.

For grieving Queen Elizabeth II, a private and subdued 95th birthday

This year's birthday will be a private and subdued affair, without gun salutes or an official portrait.

Community pantries offer reprieve from covid-19 hardships in the Philippines

Residents flocked to stalls to stock up on donated food — but some officials did not appreciate the displays of solidarity.

With most adults now vaccinated, Israelis are busting loose

“People are having a ball. People at the beaches … it’s like, wow!”

Covid-19 live updates: India’s raging virus surge tops 200,000 new cases for seventh-straight day

More 567,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus, but in the last week, the seven-day average of new cases has shown some decline after months of increases.

Amid tensions with West and protests at home, Putin warns anyone threatening Russia will ‘regret it’

Protesters return to Russian streets in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

The pandemic’s chilling effect on free speech

According to Pen America, a freedom of expression advocacy organization, in 2020, at least 273 writers, academics, and public intellectuals in 35 countries were in prison or unjustly held in detention in connection with their writing, their work, or related activism.

Further evidence in case against Indian activists accused of terrorism was planted, new report says

The case is considered a bellwether for the rule of law in India.

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