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Iran released video and audio recordings of the seizure of the HMS Stena Impero, suggesting Britain's once mighty Navy was unable to save the ship.

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The public has grown distrustful of the political class widely considered corrupt and steeped in personal rivalries. Taxes, utility bills, and prices have increased in recent years while income has stagnated.

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An international show, “Refugees Got Talent,” is putting a new light on the issue of immigration. And Mozambique’s elephant herds are increasing.

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On July 1, as Hong Kong’s young protesters stormed the legislature, Brian Leung became a face of the movement’s most controversial action yet.

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Europe may be the best hope for salvaging the Iran nuclear deal amid rising tensions between Tehran and Washington in the Persian Gulf.

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An ebola outbreak in Congo was declared a global health emergency on July 17 after 1,600 deaths since August 2018. The closing of Congolese borders, however, could lead to economic problems in the future. 

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A fire at Kyoto Animation, a popular Japanese anime studio, has left 33 dead and 36 injured, some critically. Anime fans around the world have expressed support for the company and anger for the suspected attack.

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Facing an economy crippled by U.S. sanctions, Iranians are turning to Bitcoin to make extra money. The currency's lack of regulations, however, are making some in the U.S. and Iranian governments wary. 

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In the eastern half of the United States, few purple martins have natural nesting habitat left. But humans have stepped up to fill the housing void.

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