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China welcomes Putin’s proposed summit on Iran 

US President Donald Trump said he probably would not participate in any such summit after arms resolution failure.

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Hundreds of protesters injured as anger simmers in Beirut: Live 

At least 728 hurt in clashes with authorities in Lebanese capital; Prime Minister Hassan Diab calls for early polls.

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US COVID-19 cases hit 5 million; Brazil deaths at 100,000: Live 

US to extend economic relief to unemployed as country’s top health official offered hints of vaccine by year-end.

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Malaysian police raid Al Jazeera’s office, seize computers 

Al Jazeera condemns ‘troubling escalation’ in crackdown on press, urges authorities to immediately cease criminal probe.

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Brazil: July surge in Amazon fires raises fears of repeat of 2019 

Fires in Brazilian Amazon rise 28 percent, fuelling fears the world’s biggest rainforest will again be devastated.

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Virginia Woolf and hot fudge sundaes for lunch 

My great aunt Marie helped shape my understanding of the world and my place within it without me even realising it.

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Green’ colonialism is ruining Indigenous lives in Norway 

Norway continues to allow the construction of wind farms on Saami land, which threatens their herding livelihoods.

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Iran says it has arrested head of US-based ‘terrorist group’ 

Officials say Jamshid Sharmahd of the Kingdom Assembly of Iran planned the deadly 2008 bombing of a mosque in Shiraz.

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NBA players protest racial injustice as league returns to action 

The Lakers’ LeBron James sees progress in the fight against systemic racism, but says key is to maintain the momentum.

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Saudi King Salman leaves hospital after gall bladder surgery 

The 84-year-old monarch tweets Eid greetings after ending 10-day stay at hospital where he underwent surgery.

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In shadow of coronavirus, Muslims pray on peak day of Hajj: Live 

The pandemic has cast a shadow over this year’s pilgrimage, which drew 2.5 million Muslims across the world last year.

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Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases? 

More than 16.7 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, including more than 660,000 deaths.

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German police dig through garden in Madeleine McCann probe 

German prosecutors confirm local media reports that police investigators searched a garden plot in Hanover.

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Australia’s Qantas decommissions last Boeing 747 after 50 years 

The decommissioning of the aircraft is the latest blow for the aviation industry, which has been devastated by the pandemic.

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Protests in Turkey over brutal murder of young woman 

Women hit the streets and take to social media after ex-partner reportedly confesses to killing Pinar Gultekin, 27.

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