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Ukraine's president: No talks with Putin if its land annexed

UNITED NATIONS — Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned Tuesday that Russia’s just concluded “sham referendums” and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks with Moscow as long..
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Advanced anti-aircraft weapons head to Ukraine in 2 months

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon will deliver the first two advanced NASAMS anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine in the next two months, providing Kyiv with a weapon that it has pressed for since earlier this ye..
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Business Highlights: UK economic turmoil, Russian propaganda

LONDON — The British pound has stabilized as U.K. authorities tried to ease investor concerns after the biggest tax cuts in 50 years sent the currency tumbling to a record low. Some businesses are pre..
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Sen. Warner and Gov. Holcomb on geopolitical and economic impact of bipartisan chips bill

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MLB playoff primer: Things to know as postseason nears

MLB’s new wild-card format is similar to the one currently used in college baseball for the NCAA Super Regional round: The three games will be scheduled on three consecutive days from Oct. 7-9 at the ..
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'The Winx Saga' star says showbiz isn't all fairy dust

In the Netflix series “Fate: The Winx Saga,” Abigail Cowen plays Bloom, a teenage fairy with recently-discovered powers. The second-season show has ranked on the streaming service’s Top 10 lists in se..
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Oklahoma panel rejects clemency for man in baby's killing

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s Pardon and Parole Board voted 4-1 Tuesday to deny clemency for a man sentenced to die for killing his 9-month-old daughter in 2002, moving him a step closer to his scheduled..
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Philadelphia Flyers head into a season of low expectations

PHILADELPHIA — Scroll Philly sports headlines on the smartphone and there’s plenty about Jalen Hurts and the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles. The Phillies are in a pennant race. The Sixers have two of ..
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Germany to keep 2 of its 3 nuclear plants running into April

BERLIN — Germany’s Economy and Energy Minister says the country will keep two of its remaining three nuclear power plants running until April to help prevent a potential energy shortage in the coming ..
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Glasgow, Liverpool vie to host 2023 Eurovision Song Contest

LONDON — The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in either Glasgow or Liverpool, the BBC said Tuesday, after Britain was asked to hold the event on behalf of designated host country Ukraine. S..
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Do covid vaccines affect periods? A new study says they do.

The study also didn’t answer all of the questions raised by people about vaccines and periods. Ever since the vaccines began rolling out, women on social media have complained of longer, heavier and m..
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The U.S. lags on happiness, health, but it tops the list for cyber power

The index makes its return after its inaugural edition in 2020. While No. 1 and No. 2 are the same as before — the United States and China — Russia has moved into the top three, and several nations ha..
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In test of ties with U.S., Colombian leader proposes shift on drugs

Petro’s desire to pursue significant changes to Colombia’s policies, which for decades have included U.S.-funded efforts to forcibly eradicate coca plants and spray pesticide on coca fields, reflect a..
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Operator cites damage to Nord Stream pipelines carrying Russian gas to EU

War in Ukraine: What you need to know The latest: Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” of troops in an address to the nation on Sept. 21, framing the move as an attempt..
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Pakistan's floods stem from climate change — and political challenges

It is no coincidence that the areas most affected by the floods today are also the poorest and least developed in the country. A 2015 map of the districts with the lowest educational attainment in the..
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'Impeachable whatever': GOP floats impeaching Biden for ... something

Republicans have been cuing up a potential impeachment of President Biden if they take back control of Congress in the 2022 election. Now they just need to figure out what they might actually impeach ..
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President Biden salutes Atlanta Braves at White House

Saying he knows “something about being counted out,” President Biden welcomed the Atlanta Braves to the White House on Monday to celebrate their “unstoppable, joyful” run to the 2021 World Series cham..
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Canada drops covid rules for travelers

Traveling to Canada is about to get a lot easier. Starting Oct. 1, the country is dropping all coronavirus entry and travel restrictions. That means visitors will no longer be required to show proof o..
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Putin grants citizenship to Edward Snowden, who disclosed U.S. surveillance

War in Ukraine: What you need to know The latest: Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” of troops in an address to the nation on Sept. 21, framing the move as an attempt..
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US sanctions 'brazenly corrupt' Bosnian state prosecutor

WASHINGTON — The U.S. government imposed sanctions Monday on a Bosnian state prosecutor who is accused of being complicit in corruption and undermining democratic processes in the Western Balkans. The..

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