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Israel’s Arab Allies Signal Business as Usual, Despite Far Right’s Rise

Russia Central Banks Keeps It’s Key Interest Rate Steady Amid Inflation

Japan Moves to Double Military Spending, With a Wary Eye on China

Fire in France Kills at Least 10, Including 5 Children

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N​orth Korea Says It Has Tested a New ICBM Engine

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