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Golden State Warriors Distance Themselves From Co-Owner Who Claims “Nobody Cares” About Uyghurs

"I think it's nice that you care, the rest of us don't care," he claimed.

Senate Democrats Unveil New Russia Sanctions Bill After Push From GOP

The bill is aimed at giving Democrats an out from voting on a Ted Cruz bill to sanction Russia over Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

World Food Program: 98% of Afghans Do Not Have Access to Food After Taliban Takeover

More than half of the population faces extreme levels of hunger.

Putin Threatens “Complete Rupture of Relations” If Biden Imposes New Sanctions

The US and Russia are set for three meetings in early January as tensions rise.

3 New Studies Suggest Omicron Variant is Less Severe Despite Rapid Spread

But researchers warn the rapid spread could still quickly overwhelm hospitals.

Biden Administration Considers Backing Ukraine Insurgents if Putin Invades

The US is also preparing contingencies in case Ukraine's government collapses.

South Africa’s Omicron Infections Are Already Plummeting Just 4 Weeks Later

Top South African scientist says US is just about 2.5 weeks behind.

UK Court Rules That WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Can Be Extradited to US to Face Spying Charges

Assange plans to appeal the ruling to Britain's Supreme Court.

UK and Australia Join US Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics

More countries boycotting Winter Games over China's human rights "atrocities."

French Authorities Arrest Suspect in Murder of Washington Post Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

The suspect is the first to be arrested outside of Saudi Arabia, which threw out death sentences for men convicted in the killing.

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