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Zelenskyy calls captured Americans ‘heroes’ in exclusive interview

In an exclusive interview with NBC News’ Richard Engel, President Zelenskyy spoke about the two Americans captured while fighting in Ukraine. The Ukrainian president praised the two, calling them “heroes” and went on to say that Ukraine will get them back. President Zelenskyy also expressed his worry about the West losing interest in the war and his country’s need for a lot more weapons. The interview was part of the Aspen Ideas Festival, of which NBCUniversal News Group is the media partner.June 24, 2022.
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Polio: Virus found in London prompts misleading vaccine claims

Claims are spreading online about what the detection of the polio virus in London sewage means. UK health officials believe the polio they found in sewage samples may have been brought to the UK by someone who was vaccinated abroad with a live form of the virus. But misleading posts,...
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Abortion legal in 9 Mexican states, including Baja California

TIJUANA (Border Report) — Back in 2021, the Mexican Supreme Court decriminalized abortion. Since then, eight Mexican states and Mexico City have created pathways to abortion, including Baja California which is home to Tijuana. In this city, there are only a handful of doctors licensed to perform abortions, according...
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Romano reveals Arsenal now have ‘deal in place’ to sign coveted striker

Fabrizio Romano now claims that Arsenal have a ‘full verbal agreement’ with Manchester City over a deal to sign Gabriel Jesus this summer. The Brazilian has been labelled our priority signing as we look to fill the void left by the departures of both Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. While things have appeared to have progressed smoothly, some may have had reservations about the deal with things seemingly taking a long time to agree a deal, but we now appear to have overcome that hurdle.
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Yellen to Visit South Korea, Discuss Sanctions on North -Sources

WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) -U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will visit South Korea next month for talks on rising inflation and possible further sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. Yellen will meet with senior South Korean officials as part of a trip...
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