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Johnson Urges Caution as England Is Set to Lift Covid Restrictions
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said England will lift coronavirus restrictions starting July 19 as planned. Cases in England continue to rise and the highly contagious delta variant is more widespread.
Top U.S. General in Afghanistan Hands Over Command
Gen. Austin S. Miller stepped down as commander of American-led forces in Afghanistan, as the United States prepares to end the 20-year-old war and as the Taliban has taken swaths of the country.
Cubans Take to the Streets to Protest Economic Crisis
People in Cuba took to the streets to protest the country's economic crisis and the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, in one of the largest demonstrations in decades.
Variants Threaten Global Economic Recovery, Yellen Warns
Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen said on Sunday that coronavirus variants could hinder the global economic recovery and called for a stepped-up effort to vaccinate the world's population.
Pope Francis Leads Prayer From Rome Hospital
Pope Francis greeted the faithful from a balcony at Gemelli hospital in Rome on Sunday, his first public appearance since undergoing colon surgery last week.
U.S. Urges Haiti to Seek Nation's 'Best Interest' in Resolving Crisis
U.S. State Department officials addressed the recent assassination of Haiti's president, and the U.S. goal of helping improve political stability and providing support for Haitians.
Watch Live: Biden Promotes Competition in U.S. Economy
President Biden signs an executive order which includes initiatives to encourage federal agencies to monitor how tech companies grow through mergers.
Tropical Storm Elsa Hits New York City, Flooding the Subways
Tropical Storm Elsa flooded roads and subways in parts of New York City, causing some passengers to wade through water to exit stations.
More Than 50 People Die in Bangladesh Factory Fire
At least 51 people died in a fire at an industrial building outside the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka. The country has a long history of unsafe factory conditions.
U.S. Offers Support After Haitian President's Assassination
The White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, said that the Biden administration was prepared to help Haitian authorities with the investigation into the assassination of President Jovenel MoÃ¯se.
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