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Pope Francis visits Kurdistan region of Iraq
Pope Francis on Sunday visited the northern part of Iraq, including the autonomous Kurdish region. The pontiff is the first Catholic pope to make a trip to Iraqi Kurdistan.
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NBA players promote social justice reform
The city of Atlanta will host the NBA All-Star game on Sunday.
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The Senate approved President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package Saturday, over 24 hours after opening debate on the bill.
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UNICEF helps distribute vaccines to developing countries
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Proposed Senate bill aims to fight illegal deforestation globally
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AstraZeneca exec: "We are ready to supply tens of millions of doses" in the U.S.
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Pope Francis in Iraq for historic papal visit
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President Joe Biden called the team behind the NASA Perseverance rover to congratulate them Thursday on a successful landing on Mars.
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The United Nations is warning of a growing crisis in Ethiopia's embattled Tigray region. In Europe, Italy is blocking 250,000 AstraZeneca vaccines heading to Australia.
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