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Past articles by Adela:

U.S. military leaves Bagram Airfield in major step in Biden's Afghan withdrawal

After nearly 20 years, the U.S. military has left Bagram Airfield, officials said on Friday, once an epicenter for troops in America's longest war. → Read More

Wimbledon tennis tournament begins Britain as delta variant Covid cases climb

An adapted Wimbledon tennis tournament begins on Monday, amid a worrying rise in coronavirus cases in England, largely due to the delta variant. → Read More

Identity politics take to the soccer field as Germany stands up to Hungary's anti-LGBT laws

Germany and Hungary's Euro 2020 soccer match revealed a wider clash on LGBT rights and a growing divide between the E.U. and populist leader Viktor Orbán. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II hosts Bidens at Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II met President Joe Biden on Sunday amid royal pomp and ceremony at her home at Windsor Castle, as Biden wrapped up a Group of Seven summit. → Read More

G-7 leaders pledge over 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses for poorer nations

President Joe Biden and world leaders wrapped up a G-7 political summit, with a pledge to donate 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries. → Read More

G-7 leaders pledge over 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses for poorer nations

President Joe Biden and world leaders wrapped up a G-7 political summit, with a pledge to donate 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries. → Read More

Mass shooting in Austin, Texas, leaves at least 13 wounded

"I’m happy to report no one has died," Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon told reporters. → Read More

Biden to meet Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle this month

President Joe Biden and the first lady Jill Biden will meet with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on a trip to the United Kingdom on June 13. → Read More

Belarus facing global fury after plane carrying opposition journalist forced to land

Belarus and its leader Alexander Lukashenko faced international anger on Monday after a Ryanair flight carrying journalist Roman Protasevich was forced to land. → Read More

Shooting in Minneapolis leaves 2 dead and 8 wounded, police say

A shooting in downtown Minneapolis has killed two people and wounded eight others, police said early Saturday. → Read More

Prince Harry tells Oprah that Diana's death led him to drink and drugs, accuses royals of 'total neglect'

Prince Harry has accused the British royal family of "total neglect" and revealed he turned to drink and drugs years after the death of his mother, Princess Diana. → Read More

Gaza truce takes hold after Israel, Hamas reach cease-fire to halt conflict

Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas reached a cease-fire on XXday to halt the conflict after nearly two weeks of fighting that left hundreds dead and much of the Gaza Strip reduced to rubble. → Read More

World awaits cease-fire as Israel, Gaza count cost of conflict

Despite a growing sense that a cease-fire could be imminent and pressure from Washington to de-escalate, Israel launched a fresh wave of airstrikes across the Gaza Strip early Thursday. → Read More

Indonesia submarine: Video emerges of crew singing farewell weeks before disaster

A video has emerged of sailors on the doomed Indonesian submarine singing a farewell tune "Sampai Jumpa," which means "see you later," weeks before it sank. → Read More

Western brands tested by China amid forced labor allegation backlash

NBC News reports a consumer boycott and social media storm over Western brands' stance on cotton produced in Xinjiang has left some companies scrambling. → Read More

Biden recognizes Armenian deaths as genocide, prompting relief in Armenia and fury in Turkey

President Joe Biden made history on Saturday, breaking with past U.S. administrations to designate the massacre of Armenians during World War I as genocide. → Read More

Indonesian submarine: 53 sailors presumed dead as navy says vessel sunk

Hopes faded on Saturday as debris was found in the hunt for an Indonesian navy submarine, officials said the vessel had sunk with little hope of survivors. → Read More

A mix of 'relief and sadness' as world tunes into Derek Chauvin verdict

Viewers across the world watched the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, as he was found guilty on all counts for George Floyd's death. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth, paying heed to Covid-19 rules, sat alone

"It's the worst time to lose a member of your family," said a mourner sitting outside the castle walls. → Read More

Royal family shares new Prince Philip photos ahead of funeral on Saturday

The flurry of images published across the royal family's social media accounts remembered the private and public life of Prince Philip, the family patriarch. → Read More