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EU 'worried' by US decision to halt Ukraine aid
EU policy chief Josep Borrell described the war in Ukraine as an "existential crisis''. Also: Hundreds seek compensation over abuse by J-pop agency's founder, and the Nobel Prize for Medicine is awarded to scientists who helped develop mRNA Covid jabs.
US Republicans face mutiny in Congress
Rep. Matt Gaetz vows to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy following a budget deal that split the Republican Party. Also: Hundreds of thousands of Poles have joined an opposition rally in Warsaw ahead of a crucial general election. And European golfers beat the Americans in a dramatic Ryder Cup.
Most ethnic Armenians have fled Nagorno-Karabakh
The Red Cross steps up humanitarian efforts as more than a-hundred- thousand refugees cross the border. Also: The US House of Representatives passes a temporary funding bill that could avert a government shutdown, and Wally, the friendly emotional support alligator who was turned away from a major baseball game along with his owner.
The Happy Pod: Uncovering the wonders of the universe
Our weekly collection of the happiest stories in the world. This week, will asteroid dust give clues to the origins of the universe? Jubilation in East Africa as the 2027 Cup of Nations is awarded to Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. And, celebrating words of hope and joy from around the world.
Man charged with murder of rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996
US police say a former gang leader, Duane "Keffe D" Davis, planned the shooting in Las Vegas after his nephew was involved in a fight with Tupac Shakur in a casino. Also: state of emergency in New York over flash floods, and Christopher Plummer's singing voice is included in re-release of "The Sound of Music" soundtrack.