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Biden tells Morehouse graduates that he hears their voices of protest over the war in Gaza

Biden tells Morehouse graduates that he hears their voices of protest over the war in Gaza

ATLANTA (AP) — President Joe Biden on Sunday told the graduating class at Morehouse College that he heard their voices of protest over the Israel-Hamas war, and that scenes from the conflict in Gaza have been heartbreaking.
Congolese army says it has foiled a coup. Self-exiled opposition leader threatens president

Congolese army says it has foiled a coup. Self-exiled opposition leader threatens president

KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — Congo's army says it “foiled a coup” early Sunday morning and arrested the perpetrators, including several foreigners, following a shootout between armed men in military uniform and guards of a close ally of Congo's president t
2 dead and 5 missing after a boat collision on the Danube River in Hungary

2 dead and 5 missing after a boat collision on the Danube River in Hungary

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Police say two people have died and five are missing following a boat collision on the Danube River in Hungary.
Seize the Grey wins the Preakness for D. Wayne Lukas and ends Mystik Dan’s Triple Crown bid

Seize the Grey wins the Preakness for D. Wayne Lukas and ends Mystik Dan’s Triple Crown bid

BALTIMORE (AP) — D. Wayne Lukas worked his way to Seize the Grey after his horse won the Preakness Stakes and kept getting interrupted by well-wishes offering congratulations. “I think they’re trying to get rid of me,” Lukas said.
Giuliani becomes final defendant served indictment among 17 accused in Arizona fake electors case

Giuliani becomes final defendant served indictment among 17 accused in Arizona fake electors case

Arizona's attorney general says former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been served an indictment in the state's fake elector case alongside 17 other defendants for his role in an attempt to overturn former President Donald Trump’s loss to Joe Biden
Georgia's president vetoes media legislation that has provoked weeks of protests

Georgia's president vetoes media legislation that has provoked weeks of protests

TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — Georgia’s president on Saturday vetoed the so-called “Russian law” targeting media that has sparked weeks of mass protests .
Member of Israel's War Cabinet says he'll quit the government June 8 unless there's a new war plan

Member of Israel's War Cabinet says he'll quit the government June 8 unless there's a new war plan

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Benny Gantz , a popular centrist member of Israel’s three-member War Cabinet, threatened Saturday to resign from the government if it doesn't adopt a new plan in three weeks' time for the war in Gaza , a decision that
Scottie Scheffler, from the course to jail and back: What to know about his PGA Championship arrest

Scottie Scheffler, from the course to jail and back: What to know about his PGA Championship arrest

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Two-time Masters champion Scottie Scheffler was arrested after police say he dragged an officer while trying to get around the scene of a fatal accident Friday ahead of the second round of the PGA Championship .
Suspected would-be assassin ordered detained as Slovak prime minister's condition is stable

Suspected would-be assassin ordered detained as Slovak prime minister's condition is stable

PEZINOK, Slovakia (AP) — The man accused of attempting to assassinate Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was ordered to remain behind bars Saturday as the nation’s leader was in serious but stable condition after surviving multiple gunshots, officials
Vietnam nominates its public security minister as new president

Vietnam nominates its public security minister as new president

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Vietnam has nominated its Public Security Minister To Lam as its new president, state media said on Saturday, after his predecessor resigned in the ongoing anti-corruption campaign that has shaken up the country’s political esta