Headlines for June 17, 2021

Biden, Putin to Restore Diplomatic Ties After Brief Summit in Geneva CureVac COVID-19 Vaccine Shows Disappointing 47% Efficacy in Large Clinical Trial Arizona Bars COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Requirements for Public Colleges Amid Record Temperatures, NASA, NOAA Say Earth's Energy Imbalance Has Doubled Since 2005 House of Representatives Votes 415-14 to Establish Juneteenth as Federal …
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Headlines for June 16, 2021

Presidents Biden and Putin Meet in Geneva for Highly Anticipated Summit Israeli Soldiers Shoot and Kill Palestinian Woman After Overnight Air Raids on Gaza Palestinians Protest Ultranationalist Israeli "March of the Flags" in Occupied East Jerusalem New York and California Lift Majority of Coronavirus Restrictions Senate Approves Bill Making Juneteenth a National Holiday Texas Bans …
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Headlines for June 15, 2021

In Minneapolis, a driver slammed his car into a crowd of peaceful demonstrators who had gathered Sunday at a vigil against police brutality, killing one person and injuring three others. The crash killed 31-year-old Deona Marie Erickson, a mother of two small daughters. Police arrested the driver, Nicholas Kraus, on suspicion of vehicular homicide. He’s …
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Headlines for June 14, 2021

New Israeli Gov't Coalition Ousts Benjamin Netanyahu After 12 Years as Prime Minister G7 Concludes as Activists Slam Failure to Act on Climate Crisis, Vaccine Inequality Biden to Meet with Turkey's President Erdogan as NATO Summit Kicks Off Novavax Vaccine 90% Effective; U.S. COVID Cases Continue to Fall as California Readies for Reopening U.K. Delays …
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Headlines for June 11, 2021

G7 to Donate 1 Billion Vaccine Doses to Poorer Nations, But Billions More Needed Biden Says "No Strings Attached" to Vaccine Donations, But Venezuela Is Blocked from Getting Any Trump Administration Secretly Seized Private Data from Two Democratic Lawmakers Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Slammed for Failing to Address Climate Crisis U.N.: Tigray Region of Ethiopia Facing …
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Headlines for June 10, 2021

Biden Set to Announce U.S. Donation of 500 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Poorer Nations WTO to Start Negotiations on COVID Vaccine Patent Waivers, 8 Months After They Were Proposed India Logs Pandemic-High Daily Death Toll; COVID Surges in Haiti, Where 0% Are Vaccinated 10 Killed in Afghanistan as ISIS Attacks Mine-Clearing Charity Rights Group …
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Headlines for June 9, 2021

VP Harris Meets with Mexico's AMLO, Faces Backlash for Not Visiting U.S. Southern Border Over 2,000 Migrant Children Might Still Be Separated from Families Activists Call on Thomson Reuters to Cut Ties with ICE Biden Ends Weeks-Long Talks on Infrastructure as New Bipartisan Groups Aim to Reach Compromise Manchin Remains Steadfast in Opposition to Voting …
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Headlines for June 8, 2021

Over 100 Water Protectors Arrested in Minnesota as Mass Civil Disobedience Targets Line 3 Pipeline Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Hits 420 Parts Per Million, Highest Level in 4 Million Years "A Two-Track Pandemic": Wealthy Nations Ease Restrictions as COVID Surges in Unvaccinated Countries ProPublica: Vast Trove of IRS Data Shows How U.S. Billionaires Pay Little in …
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Headlines for June 7, 2021

Sen. Joe Manchin Says He Won't Support Voting Rights Bill and Will Fight to Keep Filibuster G7 Ministers Back 15% Corporate Tax Rate Derided by Critics as Too Low a Bar Brazilian Soccer Stars Suggest Postponement of Copa America Tournament as COVID-19 Rages Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Blames Looming Ouster on "Biggest Election Fraud in …
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Headlines for June 4, 2021

Activists Call U.S. Plan to Ship 25 Million COVID Vaccine Doses Abroad "Deeply Insufficient" WHO Warns of Surging COVID-19 Cases in Africa as Vaccine Shipments Come to "Near Halt" Chinese Authorities Ban Hong Kong Vigil Commemorating Tiananmen Massacre, Arrest Organizer Peruvian Presidential Runoff Pits Ex-Dictator's Daughter Against Socialist School Teacher 89 Politicians Killed in Run-up …
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