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  • Authorities in Canada believe the remains of two indigenous women who died at the hands of an alleged serial killer are likely in a landfill, but police have decided not to conduct a search at the site, citing hazards and ground conditions.
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  • China's zero-Covid policy, which stalled the world's second-largest economy and sparked a wave of unprecedented protests, appears to be unraveling as city after city relaxes some of the draconian measures that ultimately failed to bring the virus to heel.
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  • China's Xi Jinping on Tuesday called on the country to unite around his leadership as he addressed a memorial service for former leader Jiang Zemin, following an unprecedented show of dissent over his zero-Covid policy and authoritarian rule.
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  • Al Jazeera said Tuesday it will submit a case to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was shot in the head while covering an Israeli raid in Jenin in the occupied West Bank in May.
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  • The world's biggest economic relationship has hit a rough patch.
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  • Russia's defense ministry said Monday it has deployed mobile coastal defense missile systems on a northern Kuril island, part of a strategically located chain of islands that stretch between Japan and the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula.
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  • Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to arrive in Saudi Arabia on Thursday for a two-day state visit amid high tensions between the United States and the two countries, according to a source with knowledge of the trip, an Arab diplomatic source and a senior Arab official.
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  • An Iranian official's comment signaling that the country's notorious morality police had been shut down has raised more questions than answers.
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