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Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance at opening of new London train line
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II made a surprise public appearance at the opening of a long-awaited train line in London on Tuesday.
Sri Lanka down to last day of petrol, Prime Minister tells crisis-hit nation
Sri Lanka's new prime minister said on Monday the crisis-hit nation was down to its last day of petrol, as the country's power minister told citizens not to join the lengthy fuel queues that have galvanized weeks of anti-government protests.
Shanghai declares zero-Covid milestone but residents cast doubt on reopening
Shanghai officials on Tuesday said they had achieved "zero-Covid at the community level" in what appeared to be a turning point in a heavy-handed and costly campaign to tame an Omicron outbreak -- but many residents remain skeptical the city will reopen anytime soon.
Pakistan hit by deadly cholera outbreak as heat wave grips South Asia
A deadly cholera outbreak linked to contaminated drinking water has infected thousands of people in central Pakistan as the country grapples with a water crisis exacerbated by a brutal heat wave in South Asia.
Robinhood soars after 30-year-old crypto billionaire takes stake
It's been a brutal year for Robinhood. The twin plunges of stocks and bitcoin have crushed the online brokerage's sales. The company also reported a loss and drop in users. The stock has plummeted 40% this year and Robinhood recently announced a big round of layoffs.
4 reasons the economy looks like it's crumbling — and what to do about it
The American economy is super weird right now.
India bans wheat exports as heat wave hurts crop, domestic prices soar
India banned wheat exports on Saturday — days after saying it was targeting record shipments this year — as a scorching heat wave curtailed output and domestic prices hit a record high.
China's currency just had its worst month ever. It's still dropping
The Chinese currency is declining rapidly as the world's second largest economy falters under the weight of Covid restrictions.
Not only is Lake Powell's water level plummeting because of drought, its total capacity is shrinking, too
Lake Powell, the second-largest human-made reservoir in the US, has lost nearly 7% of its potential storage capacity since 1963, when Glen Canyon Dam was built, a new report shows.
These were the best and worst places for air quality in 2021, new report shows
Air pollution spiked to unhealthy levels around the world in 2021, according to a new report.
Big-box stores could help slash emissions and save millions by putting solar panels on roofs. Why aren't more of them doing it?
As the US attempts to wean itself off its heavy reliance on fossil fuels and shift to cleaner energy sources, many experts are eyeing a promising solution: your neighborhood big-box stores and shopping malls.
Visiting Venice this summer? Here's the best art on show at the Venice Biennale
The recently opened Venice Biennale -- an 8-month-long international festival of art and culture staged every other year (though it skipped 2021 due to the pandemic) -- is an opportunity to see some of the world's best artists all in one place.
Experiencing the tingling taboo of ASMR
ASMR -- short for autonomous sensory meridian response -- is a physical sensation that has dominated a corner of the internet for the best part of a decade. It has a dedicated following, with more than 14 million monthly searches on YouTube, and has launched entire careers, where digital creators ever so gently release ASMR-inducing content -- soap-cutting, slime-kneading and whispered role play all fall under the perplexing genre -- in the hopes of gaining loyal viewers.
How to dress for the office after years of remote working
If the thought of retiring your comfortable sweats and choosing a new outfit to leave the house in each morning is an intimidating prospect, you're in good company. For the better part of the pandemic, I've lived in a pair of stretchy, soft wool trousers in the cooler months, switching allegiance in summer to a white linen dress that my brother-in-law dubbed "the ghost dress" (likening its so flowy, so oversized shape to that of a large bedsheet with a hole cut out for my head).
The woman behind the world's most famous tarot deck
Hold a question in your mind, shuffle, select your cards and see into your future. For centuries, people of all walks of life have turned to tarot to divine what may lay ahead and reach a higher level of self-understanding.
Gianni Versace's lavish New York mansion is on sale for $70M
Gianni Versace's former townhouse in Manhattan has gone on sale for $70 million.
Discovery of mysterious drawings could change the way scientists look at cave art
Massive Native American drawings -- which remained unseen in an Alabama cave for more than 1,000 years -- have been unveiled by a team of scientists. It's the largest known cave art ever discovered in North America.
Why a Mach 5 passenger plane is a crazy idea that might just work
Almost two decades since Concorde retired, interest around supersonic travel has been picking up pace, and several super-fast planes are under development. Airlines seem interested: United has already committed itself to offering supersonic routes as early as 2029.
23 of the world's best sandwiches
Is there a food more humble yet universally adored than the sandwich?
The sexy story behind one of Italy's favorite pastries
Making a trip to Sicily without indulging in a delicious cannolo pastry is akin to visiting Naples without tucking into an authentic pizza. Practically unheard of.
She sat next to the annoying guy on the plane. Then they fell in love
The first time Krystina Burton met Gabriel Solberg, she rolled her eyes.

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University students protest COVID restrictions at top Beijing institution
Students protested at Beijing's Peking University last weekend over COVID-19 restrictions, including the use of a metal barrier. Social media videos of the peaceful demonstration have been largely removed by China government censors.
International groups condemn UN probe on Israel, Palestinian fighting, cite 'bias'
A coalition of over 26 international pro-Israel groups on Tuesday condemned a U.N. probe into the May 2021 Israeli-Palestinian conflict, alleging “bias” and a violation of its own guiding principles.
American soldier trained Ukraine marines on Javelins: no practice and a 'Hail Mary' to fight the Russians
The Ukrainian engineers and Hayward had to put together a prototype rechargeable battery or face the tightest of restrictions on the use of their Command Launch Units.
Finland's parliament overwhelmingly votes to join NATO
Russia has pushed back on Finland and Sweden's applications, claiming they will not help Europe's security.
Pro-Russia official claims 16,000 Ukrainian troops encircled in Donbas
As many as 16,000 Ukrainian soldiers have allegedly been surrounded in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, a top official from a pro-Russian separatist group known as the Luhansk People's Republic (LPR) claimed Tuesday.
Russian state TV analyst on Ukraine war: 'Situation will get worse for us'
The retired Russian colonel who said last week that Russia needs to “replenish” its losses in Ukraine has returned to state television with a new warning for the Kremlin – that the situation “will get worse” the longer the war drags on.
Lockdowns remain in Shanghai even after city hits 'zero COVID' milestone
Shanghai will stay under lockdown despite reaching "zero COVID," officials say.
After months of tough talk, Russia now says Finland joining NATO makes 'not much difference'
Finland and Sweden joining NATO "makes no big difference," said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Protesters at Palestinian funeral clash with Israeli police, dozens injured
Israeli police clashed with protesters and mourners at a funeral in Jerusalem on Monday night.
Hezbollah, allies lose their majority in Lebanon parliament
Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group and its allies lost their parliamentary majority, while more than a dozen independents gained seats, according to final tally released Tuesday.
Russia: Sweden's NATO application will 'inflict considerable damage' on European security
Russia’s Foreign Ministry is warning this week that Sweden’s plan to apply for NATO membership will “inflict considerable damage to the security of Northern Europe and Europe as a whole.”
Remaining Ukrainian soldiers evacuated from Mariupol steel plant: Zelenskyy
The Ukrainian soldiers who were trapped under the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol have been evacuated, ceding control to Russian forces.
Afghan citizens who helped US now waiting in limbo for visa approval months after evacuating
Amed Khan has worked to move and house the Afghan citizens while they wait for their special visa applications to process.
Jordan Peterson announces he is 'departing' Twitter
Canadian psychologist and bestselling author Jordan B. Peterson announced that he is "departing" from Twitter after finding an "endless flood of vicious insult" on the platform.
Iran protests continue into second week as State Department tweets message of support for protesters
Anti-government protests continue into a second week in Iran as protesters continue to demonstrate against the regime's price hikes.
From neutral to NATO: Finnish ambassador to US on why Finland wants to join NATO
The Russians should not be surprised that Finland now wants to join NATO after Russia invaded Ukraine
Liberal Australian mayor stabbed in suspected home invasion, suspects remain at large: police
Patrick Conolly, mayor of the Sydney, Australia-area Hawkesbury Council, was stabbed during a home invasion that local authorities say was a case of "mistaken identity." The suspects remain at large.
Ukraine strikes deal to evacuate around 50 wounded fighters from Mariupol Azovstal factory
A senior Ukrainian official tells Fox News Monday that an agreement has been reached to evacuate around 50 wounded soldiers from the Azovstal steel factory in Mariupol to Russian-controlled territories.
JK Rowling blasts masked trans activists for attacking feminist protester
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling praised a feminist activist who was attacked by a group of trans activists at he Emmeline Pankhurst statue in Manchester, U.K.
Sweden says 'we want to become a member' of NATO, while Mitch McConnell vows swift approval
Sweden's prime minister announced Monday that “we will inform NATO that we want to become a member of the alliance” as Russia’s war with Ukraine is nearing the 3-month mark.