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Pilot of US Air Force jet that crashed in North Sea is dead

LONDON — The pilot of a fighter jet that crashed into the North Sea, off the coast of northern England, has been found dead, the U.S. Air Force said Monday.
BP takes $17.5B hit as pandemic accelerates emissions cuts

BP takes $17.5B hit as pandemic accelerates emissions cuts

LONDON — BP says it will cut the value of its oil and gas assets by as much as $17.
Bars reopening in New Orleans. Will tourists come?

Bars reopening in New Orleans. Will tourists come?

NEW ORLEANS — Bar owners in New Orleans prepared for a soft opening, and an uncertain one, as they began letting customers in Saturday for the first time in months.
Spike Lee issues apology after defending Woody Allen

Spike Lee issues apology after defending Woody Allen

NEW YORK — After voicing support for Woody Allen and criticizing cancel culture, Spike Lee apologized Saturday for words he said were “wrong.” In an interview Friday on the New York radio station WOR 710, Lee called Allen “a great, great filmmaker.
American sentenced to 16 years in Russia on spying charges

American sentenced to 16 years in Russia on spying charges

MOSCOW — A Russian court on Monday sentenced an American businessman to 16 years in prison on spying charges, a sentence that he and his brother rejected as being political.

Australia voices concern over man sentenced to die in China

CANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s prime minister said Monday that his government is “very sad and concerned” by China's sentencing of an Australian man to death for drug trafficking, and that he had repeatedly raised with China the case of the 56-yea
Philippine journalist convicted of libel, given 6-year term

Philippine journalist convicted of libel, given 6-year term

MANILA, Philippines — An award-winning journalist critical of the Philippine president was convicted of libel and sentenced to jail Monday in a decision called a major blow to press freedom in an Asian bastion of democracy.

Book Critics Circle officials resign, citing privacy breach

NEW YORK — The president and five other board members of the National Book Critics Circle have resigned amid allegations of racism and violations of privacy.
`Stop fighting!' Atlanta sobriety test quickly turned deadly

`Stop fighting!' Atlanta sobriety test quickly turned deadly

ATLANTA — One minute, Rayshard Brooks was chatting co-operatively with Atlanta police, saying he'd had a couple of drinks to celebrate his daughter's birthday and agreeing to a breath test.

Intoxicated driver hits group in Germany; 1 killed, 6 hurt

BERLIN — An intoxicated driver drove his car into a group of people standing outside a bar in southwestern Germany early Sunday, leaving one person dead and six injured, police said.
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