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Scuba divers on mission to collect undersea litter in New York City

Scuba divers on mission to collect undersea litter in New York City

Cleanups have retrieved about 400 million pounds since they started
Suicide bomber detonates device in Turkey hours before presidential speech

Suicide bomber detonates device in Turkey hours before presidential speech

Two police officers were slightly wounded
A mayoral race in a small city highlights the rise of Germany’s far-right AfD party

A mayoral race in a small city highlights the rise of Germany’s far-right AfD party

Popularity growing for populist party Alternative for Germany
India was riding a geopolitical high. But it enters the UN with a mess on its hands

India was riding a geopolitical high. But it enters the UN with a mess on its hands

Claim that Indian government may have been involved in killing of Canadian hanging overhead
Back in full force, UN General Assembly shows importance of face to face work

Back in full force, UN General Assembly shows importance of face to face work

U.N. summit this week was first full return to in-person diplomacy since COVID-19 pandemic began
Russian airstrikes kill 2, wound 3 in Ukraine as war enters 20th month

Russian airstrikes kill 2, wound 3 in Ukraine as war enters 20th month

Strikes hit city of Beryslav and village of Lvove
Small plane crashes in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest; 14 people killed

Small plane crashes in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest; 14 people killed

The Brazilian air force sent a team from Manaus to collect information and preserve any evidence
London police arrest man who allegedly climbed over Buckingham Palace wall

London police arrest man who allegedly climbed over Buckingham Palace wall

The man was detained for trespassing on a protected site
Dozens of Syrians among themissing in catastrophic floods in Libya: war monitor

Dozens of Syrians among themissing in catastrophic floods in Libya: war monitor

The death toll has eclipsed 11,000, and more than 10,000 are missing
Pakistani premier claims US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan is now in militant hands

Pakistani premier claims US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan is now in militant hands

Pakistan’s caretaker prime minister claimed on Monday that U.S. military equipment left behind during the American withdrawal from Afghanistan has fallen into militant hands and ultimately made its way to the Pakistani Taliban.