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Indonesia Is Searching for a Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard
Indonesia Is Searching for a Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard

Indonesia’s military said five navy ships and a helicopter were taking part in the search

Facebook's chaotic news ban in Australia blocks pages for fire services, charities and politicians
Facebook's chaotic news ban in Australia blocks pages for fire services, charities and politicians

Fire and emergency services. Domestic violence charities. State health agencies.

Maradona's psychologist and two nurses under investigation over his death
Maradona's psychologist and two nurses under investigation over his death

A psychologist and two nurses have been added to the investigation to determine if there was any malpractice in the death of soccer star Diego Maradona, a source with direct access to the legal file told CNN.

A Decade After the Arab Spring, These Activists Are Finding New Ways to Fight for Progress
A Decade After the Arab Spring, These Activists Are Finding New Ways to Fight for Progress

The Arab Spring began in Tunisia, where 28 days of protests ended 24 years of a dictator’s rule. The next day, Jan. 15, 2011, students in Yemen called for demonstrations against the strongman there. A dictator fell in Egypt, then in Libya. A change of season appeared to be bringing democracy to an arid stretch…

Brazilian officials were warned six days in advance of a looming oxygen crisis in Manaus
Brazilian officials were warned six days in advance of a looming oxygen crisis in Manaus

Local and federal officials in Brazil were warned of looming oxygen shortages nearly a week before crisis struck in the city of Manaus, the country's Solicitor General has revealed.

Sorry, America: China is now Europe's biggest trading partner for goods
Sorry, America: China is now Europe's biggest trading partner for goods

Europe is now trading more goods with China than the United States, a sign of how the pandemic is transforming the global economy.

A Trapped Worker Has Died as Rescuers Try to Save 21 Others in a Chinese Mine
A Trapped Worker Has Died as Rescuers Try to Save 21 Others in a Chinese Mine

Exhaustion has set in among some of the workers since a Jan. 10 explosion ripped through the mine in Shandong province

The fallout from Harry and Meghan's interview is extraordinary and layered
The fallout from Harry and Meghan's interview is extraordinary and layered

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A New Strain of COVID-19 Is Being Blamed for a Surge in Cases in Brazil. Here’s What to Know
A New Strain of COVID-19 Is Being Blamed for a Surge in Cases in Brazil. Here’s What to Know

Fears the new strain could overcome antibodies and reinfect patients have little evidence behind them

China Marks the Wuhan Lockdown Anniversary Amid Spiraling COVID-19 Cases and With Risky Holiday Travel Looming
China Marks the Wuhan Lockdown Anniversary Amid Spiraling COVID-19 Cases and With Risky Holiday Travel Looming

One year on, what happened in Wuhan during the COVID-19 lockdown is the cause of both hope and caution

Connie Chung: The media is miserably late covering anti-Asian violence
Connie Chung: The media is miserably late covering anti-Asian violence

Media outlets are ramping up their coverage of anti-Asian violence following last week's Atlanta shootings, but many Asian-American journalists feel the issue has been ignored for far too long.

U.K. Aims to Give 1st COVID-19 Shot to All Adults by September
U.K. Aims to Give 1st COVID-19 Shot to All Adults by September

“If we can do it faster than that, great, but that’s the road map," Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said

Rioters Ignore Pleas for Calm as Violence Flares Again in Belfast
Rioters Ignore Pleas for Calm as Violence Flares Again in Belfast

Despite appeals by U.K. and Irish leaders, unrest has erupted over the past week amid tensions over post-Brexit trade rules

Indian Village Cheers for Kamala Harris During Her Swearing-In as U.S. Vice-President
Indian Village Cheers for Kamala Harris During Her Swearing-In as U.S. Vice-President

Harris has ancestral roots in the southern Indian village of Thulasendrapuram

Australian Open: 47 players In quarantine after positive Covid-19 tests on two charter flights
Australian Open: 47 players In quarantine after positive Covid-19 tests on two charter flights

Preparations for the Australian Open hit a major stumbling block on Saturday after 47 players were told they couldn't train or practice after some passengers on two charter planes arriving in Melbourne returned positive Covid-19 test results.

Baseball Stadiums, Theme Parks, Cathedrals: See the World’s Makeshift COVID-19 Vaccination Hubs
Baseball Stadiums, Theme Parks, Cathedrals: See the World’s Makeshift COVID-19 Vaccination Hubs

From baseball stadiums and hockey rinks to cathedrals and bars

Russia orders troops back to base after massive buildup near Ukraine border
Russia orders troops back to base after massive buildup near Ukraine border

Russia ordered its top military brass to return troops to their permanent bases from Friday, saying it had concluded a "snap inspection" of its forces in the country's east and west, near the Ukrainian border.

India Reports a Global Record of 314,000 New Coronavirus Cases in a Day
India Reports a Global Record of 314,000 New Coronavirus Cases in a Day

The 314,000 infections added in the past 24 hours raise India's total past 15.9 million cases since the pandemic began

One contractor killed and one US service member injured in rocket attack in Iraq
One contractor killed and one US service member injured in rocket attack in Iraq

A civilian contractor was killed and a US service member was injured along with five other contractors when rocket fire landed on coalition forces near Erbil International Airport in Iraq, said Col. Wayne Marotto, the spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve.