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- Tens of millions of filthy, used medical gloves imported into the US
Trash bags stuffed full of used medical gloves, some visibly soiled, some even blood-stained, litter the floor of a warehouse on the outskirts of Bangkok.
- Not everyone approves of this princess' wedding. She's going ahead with it anyway
It had all the makings of a modern royal fairytale: the marriage of an aspiring lawyer to a real-life princess who was prepared to leave her Tokyo palace for a new life in New York.
- Assistant director on 'Rust' was subject of complaints dating back to 2019
- Expert says the movie set shooting went wrong in three ways
Steve Wolf, a firearms expert who has been asked to comb the scene of the movie set shooting involving Alec Baldwin, discusses the questions he has about the deadly incident.
- One dead, five injured in Uganda blast amid heightened terror threat
One person has died and five others were injured after an explosion in Uganda's capital Kampala, the country's President Yoweri Museveni said in a tweet Sunday.
- Preliminary 6.5-magnitude earthquake strikes Taiwan's northeastern coast
A 6.5-magnitude quake has struck Taiwan, according to preliminary data from the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC).
- Slain Kenyan Olympian Agnes Tirop buried in her home village
Slain long-distance Olympic runner Agnes Tirop, a rising star in Kenya's highly competitive athletics scene, was buried on Saturday at a funeral attended by over 1,000 mourners.
- With Brian Laundrie dead, here's where else authorities could look for answers on what happened to Gabby Petito
Brian Laundrie, who authorities had said could help fill in at least some of the blanks about what Gabby Petito's final days looked like, has been confirmed dead.
- Colombia captures its 'most-feared' drug lord Dairo Antonio Usuga
Colombia's most-wanted drug lord has been captured by authorities in what has been heralded as the biggest blow to the country's narcotics traffickers in decades.
- Containers ablaze on cargo ship off British Columbia
A fire broke out on Saturday on containers on a cargo ship carrying mining chemicals off British Columbia, and the Canadian Coast Guard said it is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to assess the situation, including environmental hazards.
- Turkey's president has ordered 10 ambassadors to be declared 'persona non grata' for backing jailed activist
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the ambassadors of 10 countries, including the U.S., France, and Germany, be declared "persona non grata" after calling for the release of jailed Turkish businessman and philanthropist Osman Kavala.
- New details of what was found with remains of Brian Laundrie
The FBI's Denver office said that remains found in a Florida nature reserve are those of Brian Laundrie, the man who went missing last month. The FBI said dental records confirmed the identification. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
- Kobe Bryant's wife learned about the basketball legend's death from social media posts, testimony shows
Vanessa Bryant, the widow of Kobe Bryant, said she learned about the basketball star's death when social media notifications began showing up on her phone -- hours before she got the official confirmation from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department.
- As the Ahmaud Arbery trial starts, activists from across the country are showing up to support him and his family
"I love my people! I love my Black people!" said Marcus Arbery, Sr. this week as he neared the steps of the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Georgia, during jury selection proceedings in the trial against the three men charged in the killing of his 25-year-old son Ahmaud Arbery in coastal Georgia in February 2020.
- Iranian governor slapped in the face during public speech
An event introducing a newly appointed Iranian governor was dramatically interrupted Saturday after a man walked on stage and slapped him in the face.