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Official: Bomb explodes in Kabul mosque, at least 4 killed

Official: Bomb explodes in Kabul mosque, at least 4 killed

KABUL — A bomb exploded Friday inside a mosque in western Kabul, killing at least four people, including the prayer leader, and wounding eight, an Afghan government official said.

Mexican directors, actress create fund for cinema workers

MEXICO CITY — Oscar-winning Mexican directors Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu joined actress Salma Hayek to set up a fund to help support movie industry workers out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Historical figures reassessed after George Floyd's death

Historical figures reassessed after George Floyd's death

The rapidly unfolding movement to pull down Confederate monuments around the U.S.
Biden gets more aggressive as 2020 campaign heats back up

Biden gets more aggressive as 2020 campaign heats back up

PHILADELPHIA — Joe Biden is adopting an increasingly aggressive stance as he looks to break out of a monthslong campaign freeze imposed by the coronavirus outbreak.

Dr. Amy Acton resigns; guided governor to praise on pandemic

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The health director who helped Ohio's Republican governor earn glowing reviews for his pandemic response resigned Thursday after a few polarizing months during which she became beloved for her soothing expertise and loathed — even th
Military chief: Wrong to walk with Trump past park protest

Military chief: Wrong to walk with Trump past park protest

WASHINGTON — Army Gen.

Accused Mar-a-Lago checkpoint crasher pleads insanity

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Connecticut opera singer accused of crashing her car through a checkpoint outside President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, drawing gunfire from law enforcement, has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.
Court: Michigan Great Lakes tunnel deal constitutional

Court: Michigan Great Lakes tunnel deal constitutional

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.

600,000 jobless claims filed in Tennessee during pandemic

MEMPHIS, Tenn.
Syria's Assad fires his PM amid worsening economic crisis

Syria's Assad fires his PM amid worsening economic crisis

DAMASCUS, Syria — Syrian President Bashar Assad on Thursday fired his prime minister, a month ahead of elections and as the economic crisis worsens and public anger rises in the territory under his control.
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