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How a joyful national holiday turned into a scramble to survive
New York Times: It sounded at first like fireworks. It turned out to be bullets.
Ian Bremmer: Is US democracy under siege from within?
How can Americans expect foreigners to take its democracy seriously?
Can't afford a house deposit? Pay in garlic, say Chinese builders
Developers seek to offload homes after extended lockdowns.
More rainfall in four days than London gets in a year - BBC
A weather reporter has put Sydney's "mammoth" rainfall event into perspective.
Warning that Vladimir Putin could invade rest of Europe
Russia's Ukraine invasion shocked the world, there are fears Putin could strike again.
In Putin's Russia, the arrests are spreading quickly and widely
New York Times: Russians deemed insufficiently patriotic are being snatched up.
Happy Fourth of July? Google's tone-deaf celebration falls flat after shooting
'Hope everyone can survive their festivities this holiday'.
Russia-Ukraine war: President Zelenskyy lays out $750B 'recovery plan'
He said the reconstruction of Ukraine is the 'common task of the entire democratic world'.
US officials: Israeli fire likely killed Al Jazeera reporter
'No reason to believe' Shireen Abu Akleh was targeted by Israel, say results of inquiry.
July 4 shooting: Arrest made after brief pursuit hours after 6 killed, 30 wounded
Robert E Crimo III was identified as a person of interest following the shooting.
Five years after vanishing, this billionaire faces trial
New York Times: Secrecy surrounding the case in part due to sensitive information.
'Hell on earth': Ukrainian soldiers describe eastern front
Region is almost unrecognisable after what is being called a gruelling war of attrition.
'Disaster': Mass evacuations as water rises, more rain expected
More than 30,000 people have been told to evacuate their homes as flooding hits Sydney.
New insights into Trump's state of mind on January 6 chip away at doubts
New York Times: Testimony shows a man willing to do almost anything to hang onto power.
Moments from tragedy: Hiker's final selfie before fatal avalanche which killed 7
14 people are still missing following the deadly avalanche in the Dolomite mountains.
July 4 parade shooting: Gunman at large after killing six, injuring 24 in Illinois
Blankets over bloodied bodies after annual parade descended into chaos.
'Pure terror': Images show gunman prowling Copenhagen mall during mass shooting
The alleged gunman was seen walking around the mall holding what appeared to be a rifle.
A metre of rain sets up fourth round of flood misery for Sydney
More than 30,000 residents have been told to evacuate or prepare to abandon their homes.
In Northern Ireland, old passions are smouldering anew
New York Times: Sensitive issues of Catholic and Protestant identity are being revived.