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Half of 287 abducted schoolchildren freed after weeks of captivity in Nigeria

Half of 287 abducted schoolchildren freed after weeks of captivity in Nigeria

More than 100 kids still awaiting rescue
Kate, Princess of Wales, says she has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy

Kate, Princess of Wales, says she has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy

The diaries of presidents offer history in the raw and may have secrets to tell

The diaries of presidents offer history in the raw and may have secrets to tell

Gangs attack police stations in Haiti as leaders call emergency meeting

Gangs attack police stations in Haiti as leaders call emergency meeting

Country remains in state of emergency with nightly curfew in effect
Aid groups working to get supplies to Gaza by sea, but 1st ship still waiting

Aid groups working to get supplies to Gaza by sea, but 1st ship still waiting

U.S. officials working to set up pier to accept sea deliveries, but say it could be weeks
To avoid strikes at Paris Olympics, French government to pay bonuses

To avoid strikes at Paris Olympics, French government to pay bonuses

The social situation in France remains tense, amid recent protests from teachers, police and farmers
The Biden-Trump rematch comes into view with dueling visits to Georgia

The Biden-Trump rematch comes into view with dueling visits to Georgia

Once a Republican stronghold, Georgia is now competitive
Foreigners trapped in violence-torn Haiti wait desperately for a way out

Foreigners trapped in violence-torn Haiti wait desperately for a way out

Earlier this week, Haiti’s government extended a state of emergency and nightly curfew
Irish prime minister concedes defeat in vote over woman’s role at home

Irish prime minister concedes defeat in vote over woman’s role at home

Opponents argued that the wording of the changes was poorly thought out
After 10 years of trying, a Palestinian woman had twins. An Israeli strike killed them both

After 10 years of trying, a Palestinian woman had twins. An Israeli strike killed them both

Rania Abu Anza’s babies were just five months old when they were killed Saturday