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Lots Of Goals, Upsets And A Penalty Shootout: Euro 2020 Is Just Heating Up

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Covishield is the brand name used for the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine manufactured in India's Serum Institute, administered to millions of people, mostly in low- and middle-income countries. It's not on the list of approved vaccines for the European Union — although the AstraZeneca version made in the United Kingdom and at European sites is. Ishara S. Kodikara/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: I'm Nigerian. I'm Vaccinated. Europe Won't Let Me In

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Moises Soffer, a volunteer member of Cadena International's search-and-rescue team working at the site of the condo building collapse, holds a trained search dog named Oreo in Surfside, Fla., on Sunday. Gianrigo Marletta/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rescue Teams Hold Out Hope Of Finding Survivors In Florida Condo Collapse

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Moderna says recently completed studies have found its vaccine to have a neutralizing effect against all COVID-19 variants tested, including the delta variant. Fred Tanneau/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaks Tuesday during a Politburo meeting of the ruling Workers' Party in Pyongyang. Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP hide caption

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Hong Kong police show their new goose step marching style on National Security Education Day at a police school in Hong Kong on April 15. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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China's Tough Hong Kong Law Turns 1 Year Old — And It's Already Grown Teeth

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A display at an Olympia Federal Savings branch shows a temperature of 107 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday in the early evening in Olympia, Wash. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Uncertainty Has Made It Hard For Countries Getting COVAX Vaccine Doses To Prepare

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Marijuana Is A Step Closer To Being Decriminalized In Mexico

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This Dec. 30, 2019 image from security camera video shows Michael L. Taylor, center, and George-Antoine Zayek at passport control at Istanbul Airport in Turkey. Taylor and his son Peter, are charged in Japan with helping Nissan's former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, jump bail and escape Japan for Lebanon. AP hide caption

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A woman walks past Ethiopian government soldiers in May by the side of a road north of Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. Ethiopia's government said in a statement carried by state media Monday that it has "positively accepted" a call for an immediate, unilateral cease-fire in its Tigray region after nearly eight months of deadly conflict. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Facing 40% Inflation, Iranians Wonder If And When Their Economy Will Rebound

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