US, UK Embassies In Afghanistan Accuse Taliban Of Possible War Crimes

Afghanistan: The tweets by US embassy were accompanied by calls for a ceasefire. (File) Kabul: The US and British embassies…

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Nightbirde Exits ‘America’s Got Talent’ Due to Cancer Battle: ‘I’ve Still Got Dreams’

Nightbirde, who soared on America’s Got Talent earlier this summer with her heart-warming, golden buzzer-winning audition, has decided to leave the…

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Graham 1st vaccinated senator to test positive for COVID-19

Sen. Lindsey Graham has tested positive for the coronavirus By MEG KINNARD Associated Press August 2, 2021, 9:06 PM •…

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More US cities and companies bring back masks to stop Covid surge

Coronavirus pandemic updates Sign up to myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about Coronavirus pandemic news. Some…

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Raven Saunders tweets she’s ‘final boss’ you face after beating ‘other masc lesbians’

Medal-winning US Olympic shot-putter Raven Saunders posted a tweet calling herself “the final boss” you face after trouncing “all the…

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TV Shows

10 Artists Who Could Provide a Limp Bizkit-Esque Moment For Future Festivals

The positive reception and overwhelming attention that Limp Bizkit’s set received, both firsthand at Lollapalooza and secondhand on social media,…

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Biden shifts burden to states to aid renters with COVID funds as eviction ban expires

​President Biden, pressed by lawmakers to take action on the expired home eviction moratorium, called on states to use the nearly…

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NFL News

Bills, Josh Allen agree to table contract talks until 2022 if sides can’t agree on new deal by next week

Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield are among the top quarterbacks from the 2018 NFL Draft that remain in search of a new…

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Adventures of Pete the Bear popular with village locals

As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. And that’s exactly what Gabby Ward, the summer student…

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Afghans plead for Canada to help families

OTTAWA — Former Afghan interpreters now living in Canada are pleading for the federal government to help extended family members…

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