Hackers demand $94 million to liberate data held by companies hit...

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WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - The hackers alleged to be behind a mass ransomware attack than affected hundreds of companies worldwide late on Sunday (July 4)...

At least 20 missing as rescuers slog through mud, debris at...

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TOKYO (AP) — Rescue workers slogged through mud and debris Monday looking for at least 20 people missing since a giant landslide ripped through...

Draft shows EU to propose aviation fuel tax in green policy...

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BRUSSELS (REUTERS) - The European Commission (EC) has drafted plans to set a European Union-wide minimum tax rate for polluting aviation fuels, as it seeks...

St. Albert Métis community to begin search for unmarked graves –...

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A search will soon begin using ground penetrating technology in the hopes of identifying unmarked graves of residential school victims in St. Albert. Métis local...

Queen Elizabeth to honour UK health workers for Covid-19 service, Europe...

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LONDON (AFP) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth will award Britain's state-run National Health Service (NHS) the country's highest civilian honour in recognition of health workers'...

Taliban Fighters Advance After U.S. Closes Main Afghan Base

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KABUL—Taliban fighters have moved to take control of dozens of new districts in Afghanistan in...

Philippine military plane crashes, 45 dead, 49 rescued

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MANILA, Philippines — A...

Settlement agreed to release ship that blocked Suez Canal, Middle East...

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ISMAILIA, Egypt (REUTERS) - The owners and insurers of the Ever Given container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March said on Sunday...

Cuba evacuates 70,000 as Tropical Storm Elsa approaches

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HAVANA — Cuba evacuated...

Cuba evacuates 70,000 people as tropical storm Elsa races towards region...

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Cuba evacuated 70,000 people along the island’s southern region on Sunday amid fears that Tropical Storm Elsa could unleash heavy flooding after battering several...

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