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Past articles by Sinéad:

Zelenskyy criticizes NATO in address to its leaders, saying it has failed to show it can 'save people'

Ukraine's president addressed NATO on Thursday, and criticized its response to Russia's invasion. Zelenskyy said NATO has yet to show what the alliance can → Read More

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello break up after 2 years

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello announced their breakup on Instagram. They said they will both "continue to be best friends." The singers Shawn Mendes and → Read More

Kanye West has legally changed his name to Ye

Kanye West has now officially changed his name to "Ye."The Los Angeles Superior Court confirmed the change to Rolling Stone.Kanye West has officially changed → Read More

Video shows a Florida Army vet trapping a 6-foot-long alligator in a trash can

A man caught a six-foot alligator by trapping it inside a trash can.Video footage caught Eugene Bozzi managing to snare the alligator, and then releasing it.He → Read More

Video shows the moment Taliban fighters threatened a CNN crew with AK-47s

Taliban fighters threatened a CNN crew with AK-47s in Afghanistan.CNN's Clarissa Ward reported from Kabul, where she said fighters followed them and raised → Read More

New Zealand ended its travel bubble with Australia because of the COVID surge there

Australia's coronavirus cases are surging, and around half of the country's population are now under lockdown. → Read More

Usain Bolt has welcomed 2 baby boys named Saint Leo and Thunder Bolt

Usain Bolt announced on Instagram that he had twin boys.He said they are named Thunder Bolt and Saint Leo Bolt.He shared a photo of him, the twins, his partner, → Read More

Biden and Putin pose for photos ahead of intense US-Russia summit

Biden and Putin are meeting on Wednesday for the first time since Biden took office.The pair shook hands at the start of their summit in Geneva, Switzerland..Both → Read More

Kim Jong Un declared K-Pop a 'vicious cancer' that threatens North Korean culture

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called K-Pop a vicious cancer that we wants stamped out. He has been waging war against other cultures' influence, painting → Read More

The world has reported more COVID-19 deaths in 2021 than in 2020, and it's only June

Known coronavirus deaths in 2021 have already overtaken the number recorded in all of 2020.That's according to Johns Hopkins University data analyzed by The → Read More

Watch a drone film itself crashing into an erupting volcano in Iceland

A drone's video footage shows it flying closer and closer to a volcano before being covered by lava. Filmmaker Joey Helms got the footage of Iceland's erupting → Read More

The 2nd-biggest teacher union in the US is calling for schools to fully reopen this fall

The head of a major teachers' union will call for schools to be open in the fall, the New York Times reports. The head of the American Federation of Teachers → Read More

India accounted for 1 in 4 coronavirus deaths worldwide last week

India accounted for one in four of the world's recorded coronavirus deaths last week, WHO said. It said India accounted for 46% of cases and 25% of deaths → Read More

The president of Chad has died, army says, a day after he won an election

Chad's army announced on Tuesday that the country's president had died. A spokesperson said he died of injuries suffered on the front line while fighting rebels. → Read More

Taiwan says China flew 25 warplanes into its airspace in the largest breach yet

Taiwan said China flew 25 warplanes into its air defence identification zone on Monday.It's China's biggest breach since Taiwan started reporting Chinese plane → Read More

One chart explains why the UK pulled the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for under-30s

The UK plans to offer alternatives to AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine to people under the age of 30. Officials say a suspected blood-clot side effect is rare → Read More

NASA says its photo of a 'rainbow' on Mars is actually a lens flare

NASA shared a photo from Mars that appears to show a rainbow on the red planet. But NASA said it's actually just the result of lens flare. "Rainbows aren't → Read More

London recorded zero COVID-19 deaths for the first time in 6 months

London recorded zero COVID-19 deaths on Sunday - the first time it's done so in six months. The figures are always lower on Sundays, but it's a win for the → Read More

Archaeologists found the 'Lamborghini' of chariots preserved near Pompeii

Archaeologists found a preserved ceremonial chariot near the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Experts say it's not like anything found in Italy before and was → Read More

Authorities in Myanmar cut the internet to vast swathes of the country during its coup

Internet access cut out in Myanmar as its military staged a coup and detained political leader.The monitoring site NetBlocks said access fell by 50%, with → Read More