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  1. The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria rose as rescuers faced shortages of trucks, fuel and time. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey visited the area near the epicenter.
  2. A mobile clinic is trying to restore medical services to villages once occupied by Russian forces as fighting rages nearby. “They’ll never beat our people,” a specialist with the team said.
  3. Millions fled the war in Syria for the safety of neighboring Turkey. “We want them to be buried among their family,” said a man waiting for the body of a young relative coming from Turkey.
  4. The members of the Ryuyukai have done nearly 100 years of hard time. Now they’re just looking to stay out of trouble.
  5. A new law targets a party founded by an imprisoned former official of the neo-Nazi group Golden Dawn. But critics say its reach could be wider.
  6. The daughter of an Auschwitz survivor, Élisabeth Borne has avoided bringing her past into politics, even when it might be appropriate.
  7. Black and biracial people in England and Wales are significantly more likely to be prosecuted than white people who have been arrested on comparable charges, according to a major study.
  8. The training is a “first step,” Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told President Volodymyr Zelensky, who then went to Paris to meet with the French and German leaders.
  9. The messages, written while she was imprisoned by her cousin Queen Elizabeth I, were mistakenly listed as Italian texts in France’s national library.
  10. The balloons have some advantages over the satellites that orbit the earth in regular patterns. They fly closer to earth and can evade radar.

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