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The World Today: Top Stories from the Associated Press

Saturday July 30, 2022

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EUR-GEN UKRAINE-WAR

KYIV – Russia is launching nighttime attacks on several Ukrainian towns, Ukrainian officials said, swapping responsibility with authorities in Moscow for the deaths of dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war in an area controlled by pro-Russian separatists in the capital. east of the country. 310 words. By Susie Blann. Photo AP. UPDATED.

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-UN-GEN UN-UKRAINE-WAR: USA: Russia intends to remove Ukraine from the world map

EUR-GEN POPE-VATICAN

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE – The pope says he can no longer travel as before due to knee ligament problems, noting that his pastoral trip to Canada was “a test” that showed him he needed to slow down and maybe retire one day. By Nicole Winfield. 792 words. Photo AP. SEND.

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-AMN-GEN PAPA-CANADA: Pope: Canadian residential schools were a cultural “genocide”

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LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

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AMS-GEN ARGENTINA-SOYA CONFLICT

BRAGADO, Argentina – As international commodity prices soar due to war in Ukraine, Argentine farmers prefer to save some of last season’s soybean harvest, arguing they earn much less than growers neighboring countries due to export taxes and currency restrictions while facing the second highest inflation in South America after Venezuela. By Deborah King 821 words. Photo AP. SEND

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WORLD

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MOR-GEN IRAQ-POLITICS

BAGHDAD – Hundreds of supporters of an influential Shia cleric are storming Iraq’s parliament for the second time this week to protest efforts by Iranian-backed groups to form a government. By Qassim Abdul-Zahra. 91 words. Photo AP. SEND

EUR-MED MONKEYPOX VACCINES

LONDON – Steps by wealthy countries to procure large quantities of monkeypox vaccine, while refusing to share doses with Africa, could leave millions unprotected against a more dangerous version of the disease. illness and increase the risk of the virus continuing to spread to humans, public health authorities are warning. By Maria Chen. 682 words. Photo AP. SEND

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SPORTS

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RIP-BEI ROYAL-YANKEES

NEW YORK — Aaron Judge becomes the majors’ first player with 40 homers this season, also hits a grand slam that takes him to 41 and prevents a homer from opponents in right field, so the New Yankees York come from behind and beat the Kansas City Royals 11-5. By Jake Seiner. 352 words. Photo AP. SEND

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