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Polish judges law: MPs back further changes amid row

The changes supported by MPs make it easier to replace a defiant head of the Supreme Court.

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Nine US 'duck boat' victims from the same family - governor

Seventeen people were killed when an amphibious "duck boat" carrying tourists sank in stormy weather.

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Israel Launches Broad Air Assault in Gaza Following Border Violence

A Palestinian sniper killed an Israeli soldier along the border fence during a day of escalating hostilities. Israel responded with a fierce assault ...

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Singapore hack affects 1.5 million -- including Prime Minister

The largest healthcare provider in Singapore, SingHealth, has suffered a massive hack that's affected about quarter of the city-state's population.

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India's ruling party to face no-confidence vote

India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is set to face a no-confidence vote in Parliament on Friday in the wake of a spate of mob attacks against ...

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11-year-old girl in India raped by 17 men since January, police say

An 11-year-old girl from the Indian city of Chennai was raped by 17 men who worked in the building she lived in, local authorities said on Tuesday.

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Macron faces crisis over aide accused of beating protester

French President Emmanuel Macron's office has begun dismissal proceedings against a senior security adviser accused of beating up a protester at a demonstration.

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Montenegro: We're too small to start a new world war

The tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro has ruled out any plans to ignite a third world war despite US President Donald Trump suggesting otherwise.

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Russia shows off new weapons after Trump summit

As European leaders grappled with the fallout from the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin summit Thursday, Russian authorities took the opportunity to show off some of the new weaponry Putin boasted in March would render NATO defenses "completely useless."

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Exiled Catalan leader has Europe-wide arrest warrant dropped

Spanish prosecutors have dropped a European Arrest Warrant for former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, over his part in last October's controversial ...

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'Putin's poodle:' Newspapers react to the Trump-Putin meeting

Newspapers around the world ran different photographs of the same scene on their front pages on Tuesday morning -- US President Donald Trump and ...

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One in every 100 UK children's books has an ethnic minority main character

Just 1% of children's books published in the UK last year featured an ethnic minority main character, according to a UK report.

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‘They are shooting at a church’: Inside the 15-hour siege by Nicaraguan paramilitaries on university students

Two students were killed and at least 10 were injured before top Catholic clergy were able to negotiate their release.

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As it slides toward authoritarianism, Venezuela targets one of its last independent newspapers

Critics say the move against El Nacional is an effort to silence what is left of the free press.

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Afghan Vice President Dostum set to return after more than a year in exile, supporters say

President Ashraf Ghani’s government has been negotiating a return after the controversial vice president fled to Turkey last year amid sexual assault charges. 

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Vietnam to deport American citizen who joined rare protest

A Vietnamese court ordered William Nguyen deported after he was held for a month for participating in the demonstration.

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Afghan officials investigating 14 civilian deaths after battle that involved U.S. airstrikes

A NATO spokesman said an on-the-ground assessment showed no indication that the strikes caused the deaths.

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North Korea media criticize South Korea, warn that family reunions plan may fail

An editorial in the ruling party’s official newspaper said South Korea has exaggerated its role in denuclearization talks between Pyongyang and Washington.

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These divers had a pretty chill life in Thailand. Then came the cave rescue mission.

Three cave-diving specialists from the resort island of Koh Tao were key members of the team that saved the lives of 12 boys and their soccer coach.

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India’s Supreme Court warns of ‘mobocracy,’ urges government to pass anti-lynching law after deadly attacks

The court blamed rising intolerance and circulation of “fake news” for the spate of recent killings.

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U.S. expecting war dead remains from North Korea within 2 weeks, official says

The remains of as many as 55 troops killed during the Korean War could be returned by July 27, the 65th anniversary of the signing of the armistice ...

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Pakistanis urge the military to boost security as attacks mount before election

Nearly 160 people have been killed this week, putting the nation on edge about security.

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Putin got his summit. Now he needs results. 

For the Kremlin, the meeting with Trump in Helsinki was just the beginning of a long-awaited U.S. thaw.

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Trump holes up at his Scottish golf resort, tweeting about Russia before next week’s Putin meeting

In his tweets, he also attacked Obama, questioned the FBI, torched CNN and bragged about his 2016 win. 

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England is out of the World Cup but has found a national hero in Coach Gareth Southgate

The soccer manager has inspired the nation.

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As Israeli bulldozers circle, a tiny village takes center stage in Palestinian struggle

While European countries have spoken out, the United States has remained largely silent.

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London Underground Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts on the London Underground, also known as "The Tube," the oldest subway or metro transit system in the world.

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