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Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin dies at 96
Zemin served as president from 1993 to 2003 but held China's top job, as head of the ruling Communist Party, from 1989 and handed over that role to Hu in 2002
Pope compares Russia's war in Ukraine to 1930s famine
‘This Saturday marks the anniversary of the terrible genocide of the Holodomor, the extermination by famine that was artificially caused by Stalin,’ he said
Hong Kong leader contracts COVID after APEC summit
John Lee met Chinese President Xi Jinping and other world leaders at the summit in Bangkok
White House wedding for Biden granddaughter
Naomi Biden was married on Saturday in what was the 19th time in history the White House has been used for a wedding
Kerry tests positive for COVID
US Special Climate Envoy John Kerry’s voice was noticeably hoarse during speaking appearances at the climate summit on Thursday
Who is Bout, the arms dealer who could be swapped for Griner?
He is one of the world's most wanted men prior to his 2008 arrest on multiple charges related to arms trafficking
Disabled employee sues Twitter
Musk's mandate that employees stop working remotely and put in "long hours at high intensity" discriminates against workers with disabilities, a new lawsuit claims
Musk's all-nighters at Twitter raise concern for Tesla investors
The billionaire's deep dive into Twitter has made some Tesla investors worried about his capacity to focus on his role as CEO of the world's most valuable carmaker
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