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A U.S. Student Who Went Missing In Russia Is Found Dead

Catherine Serou, a 34-year-old U.S. citizen, is found dead a few days after she went missing. A suspect in her murder, a man in his early 40s with past convictions, has been arrested.

Metal Fans Mosh At The U.K.’s First Full Live Music Festival Since The Pandemic Hit

The three-day Download Festival in central England is one of a series of test events to see whether mass gatherings can resume without triggering outbreaks of COVID-19.

Afghan Interpreters Who Await Visas After Helping The U.S. Now Fear For Their Lives

“Every day, you can see an increase in the Taliban’s presence,” an Afghan who worked with the U.S. tells NPR. “What am I going to do after September? … Am I going to even be alive by December?”

A U.S. Citizen Has Gone Missing In Russia, Sparking A Criminal Investigation

Catherine Serou, a U.S. citizen studying in Russia, has been missing since she got into a car with a stranger earlier this week.

The U.S. Is Importing Historic Amounts Of Stuff — And It’s Causing Cargo Ship Jams

The U.S. trade deficit is hitting record highs — and it’s fueled by a surge in demand for imports, mostly from East Asia. On both land and at sea, the shipping industry is struggling to keep up.

Presidential Race Looming, France’s Regional Elections Will Show Status Of Parties

Regional elections in France this June will indicate the relative strength of the country’s political parties ahead of next year’s presidential election. The far right appears to be gaining.

Temps Are High In Germany — But The Country Isn’t Using Air Conditioning Endure It

Germany is reeling under a heatwave. Temperatures are expected to rise to the high 90s — a bigger deal when a country has little to no air conditioning.

Putin And Biden Agreed To Return Ambassadors To Washington And Moscow Posts

At their summit, Presidents Putin and Biden agreed to send their ambassadors back to Washington and Moscow. There are many issues to be resolved about the basic workings of those diplomatic missions.

A Man Was Executed For An Alleged Crime When He Was A Teen. More Saudis Could Follow

Human rights advocates are calling on Saudi Arabia to halt the executions of people sentenced to death for crimes allegedly committed as minors.

Israel Launches Airstrikes After Incendiary Balloons Are Flown From Gaza

There were no immediate reports of casualties from the strikes.

Biden Tells Putin To Crackdown On Ransomware. What Are The Odds He Will?

The president says the U.S. will respond if it keeps getting hit with cyber attacks linked to Russia. But Putin has shown little interest in combatting cyber crimes called ‘ransomware-as-a-service.’

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