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Four officers who warded off US Capitol attack died of suicide

Two officers were reported to have committed suicide in July while two others died days after the January 6 riot.…

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China’s Wuhan to test ‘all residents’ as COVID-19 returns

Authorities in Wuhan have announced that they will test its entire population for COVID-19 after the central Chinese city where…

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Japan says Belarus athlete safe as US, EU condemn Lukashenko

Japan has said it is keeping a Belarusian Olympian who took refuge in the Polish embassy “safe” as the International…

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Tencent shares fall most in 10 years on fear of crackdown

Chinese state media called online video games ‘spiritual opium’, sending stocks of Tencent, other gaming firms tumbling. Tencent Holdings Ltd…

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Congolese man’s death in police custody sparks protest in India

At least six nationals of African countries injured during scuffle with police in Bengaluru over the alleged custodial death. At…

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Bangladesh: Rohingya photographers document deadly camp floods

It has not stopped raining for more than a week in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, home to more than 900,000 Rohingya…

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US labour official says Amazon union vote should be redone

The union has accused Amazon of illegally threatening staff with reduced benefits, compromising election’s integrity. A US labour board official…

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US accuses Myanmar generals of ‘stalling’, urges ASEAN pressure

The United States has accused Myanmar’s military generals of playing for time after coup leader Min Aung Hlaing extended the…

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Death toll in China’s Henan floods triples to 302, dozens missing

Officials say most fatalities were in the provincial capital Zhengzhou where the metro system was inundated with water. The death…

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‘Why did my parents leave me so fast?’

At a cemetery in East Kalimantan, 13-year-old Arga stands before his parents’ graves, dressed in a hazmat suit. Relatives have…

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