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N.Korea fired possible ballistic missile amid deadlocked nuclear talks

North Korea fired an unidentified projectile from its east coast, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Wednesday, days after testing a long-range cruise missile.

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Thousands of Afghans protest Taliban order to vacate residential area

Thousands of Afghans protested on Tuesday after being ordered to vacate a residential army colony.

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Haiti: PM dismisses prosecutor tying him to president’s murder

Haiti’s chief prosecutor on Tuesday asked a judge to charge Prime Minister Ariel Henry in connection with the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, who was killed on July 7.

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Actors who almost quit right before their big break

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Henry Cavill, Claire Danes, Bradley Cooper, Gal Gadot posing for the camera: Rejection is a part of life, and dealing with it is something everyone has to learn from a very young age. And yet the feeling of rejection after rejection can be enough to make someone give up on a dream, no matter how big that dream may be. Nowhere is this more true than in Hollywood, which we all know is a pretty difficult place to try and forge a career. There are even some big names who almost gave up completely before making it big.Check out this gallery to see which actors almost quit right before their big break.

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White House considered requiring vaccines for international air travelers

As White House officials rushed to shape last week’s sweeping new vaccine mandates, they debated the idea of requiring international air travelers to be vaccinated before boarding a plane, as part of a larger effort to persuade more Americans to get immunized, according to two people familiar with the plans.

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South Korea’s president appoints BTS as special envoys

K-pop group BTS was appointed as “special presidential envoy for future generations and culture” by South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday.

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Stench of death: villagers flee site of Ethiopia mass killings

Bodies of rebel fighters dot the roads and fields leading to Chenna, a village in the mountains of northern Ethiopia that this month saw one of the most gruesome reported incidents in the country’s 10-month-old war.

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Kenya Airways leases 2 planes to Congo carrier

Kenya Airways is leasing two idle planes to Congo carrier in a deal will see the cash-strapped airline save over 100 million annually on maintenance cost and earn additional revenue from hiring the crafts.

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Man Utd learn that Ronaldo’s goals alone won’t suffice in Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo has wasted no time in showing how valuable he will be to Manchester United but Tuesday’s shock Champions League defeat at the hands of Young Boys in Bern was a reminder that the Old Trafford side have not been a major player at this level for a long time.

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Kosovo war crimes court begins first case

The first case at a special court probing Kosovo’s 1998-1999 independence conflict begins on Wednesday in The Hague, with the war crimes trial of a former rebel leader.

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All-civilian SpaceX crew feels only ‘good kind’ of jitters before launch

The four would-be citizen astronauts poised to ride a SpaceX rocket ship around the globe as the first all-civilian crew launched into orbit said on Tuesday they were eager for liftoff on the eve of their flight, feeling only “the good kind” of jitters.

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