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Israel Captures Last 2 Palestinian Inmates Still Free After Prison Break

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First Tied to ISIS, Then to U.S.: Family in Drone Strike Is Tarnished Twice

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Submarine Deal Gives Post-Brexit Britain Its Moment on the Global Stage

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Trudeau Seeks a Fresh Start, but Many Voters See a Power Grab

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Despite Censorship and Poor Internet, Cuban Podcasts Are Booming

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In Senegal, Demand for Covid Vaccines Grows, but They're Hard to Get

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As Populists Decline, the Center-Left Sees Hints of a Comeback

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The Sharp U.S. Pivot to Asia Is Throwing Europe Off Balance

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Taliban Seize Women's Ministry Building for Use by Religious Police

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Your Monday Briefing -- France recalls its U.S. and Australian ambassadors. -- Amelia Nierenberg

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Mississippi's governor plays down state's high death rate. -- Gov. Tate Reeves calls the death rate a "lagging indicator" of how Mississippi is faring during the pandemic. -- Giulia Heyward

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Russian Election Shows Declining Support for Putin's Party -- With voting in the country neither free nor fair, United Russia is still expected to retain power easily even if its seats in Parliament slip. -- Anton Troianovski -- Ivan Nechepurenko

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Chris Rock says he has Covid. -- The comedian shared the news on social media and told his followers to get vaccinated. -- Traci Carl

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Fauci urges Americans not to get booster shots until they are eligible. -- Dr. Fauci is also defending President Biden's decision to release a plan for Covid boosters before regulators had given their recommendations. -- Katie Thomas

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