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Saudi Aramco Says Profit Fell 73 Percent as Demand for Oil Shrank

Saudi Aramco Says Profit Fell 73 Percent as Demand for Oil Shrank The coronavirus pandemic took a major toll on the oil giant’s earnings, but Aramco will maintain its hefty dividend for shareholders.

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How to Move Your Elephant During a Pandemic

How to Move Your Elephant During a Pandemic After decades in captivity and a 1,700-mile road trip from Argentina into Brazil, an Asian elephant named Mara finally gained a chance to roam.

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Afghanistan to Release Last Taliban Prisoners, Removing Final Hurdle to Talks

Afghanistan to Release Last Taliban Prisoners, Removing Final Hurdle to Talks The decision clears the way for the last of 5,000 insurgents to be freed. President Ashraf Ghani announced the release after convening an assembly of 3,000 representatives to seek their advice.

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A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free Society’

A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free Society’ A Hong Kong bookseller has recreated his shop in Taipei, and it has become a symbol of Taiwan’s vibrant democracy.

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After Beirut Explosion, Protests Erupt as Lebanon's Anger Boils Over

After Beirut Explosion, Protests Erupt as Lebanon The demonstrations were fueled by fury over the corruption and negligence of the country’s ruling elite. Security forces fired tear gas to push back the protesters.

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Brazil Reaches Milestone of More Than 100,000 Covid-19 Deaths and 3 Million Cases

Brazil Reaches Milestone of More Than 100,000 Covid-19 Deaths and 3 Million Cases President Trump signed executive measures for pandemic relief as stimulus talks stalled. And Brazil reached two coronavirus milestones: more than 100,000 deaths and more than three million cases.

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2 Ex-Green Berets Sentenced to 20 Years for Venezuela Attack

2 Ex-Green Berets Sentenced to 20 Years for Venezuela Attack Venezuelan prosecutors said the former Green Berets admitted to taking part in a failed attack aimed at overthrowing the country’s president.

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Air India Crash Investigators Focus On a Dangerous Runway and a Pilot’s Actions

Air India Crash Investigators Focus On a Dangerous Runway and a Pilot’s Actions As investigators sought the cause of a jetliner accident that killed 18 people, blame began to fall on the pilot and the hilltop runway.

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Coronavirus Spares Gaza, but Travel Restrictions Do Not

Coronavirus Spares Gaza, but Travel Restrictions Do Not The blockaded Gaza Strip has not recorded any cases of community transmission of the coronavirus, but new restrictions on movement continue to make life difficult.

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Hong Kong Officials Condemn and Mock Trump Administration Sanctions

Hong Kong Officials Condemn and Mock Trump Administration Sanctions Officials in Hong Kong targeted by new United States sanctions argued on Saturday that the move harmed American interests and would have little impact on them.

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