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    Stonehenge monument sprayed orange in UK climate protest

    UK police arrested two people on Wednesday after environmental activists sprayed an orange substance on Stonehenge, the renowned prehistoric UNESCO world heritage site in southwest England.Wiltshire Police said in a statement that it had arrested two people following the incident. 

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    S. Korea's Supreme Court dismisses doctors' bid to halt reforms

    South Korea's highest court rejected on Wednesday a request by medical students and doctors to halt a government plan to train more physicians, while senior medics have joined a months-long strike.A lower court ruled in favour of the government in May, and the Supreme Court upheld that decision and dismissed the doctors' and students' request on Wednesday.

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    Defying Lula, Brazil's Congress advances conservative agenda

    Brazil's majority conservative Congress has scored a series of victories in recent weeks, advancing bills on touchy cultural battles like abortion, traditional family values and gun use.Last week, the lower house advanced a bill that equates abortion after 22 weeks with homicide, even in cases of rape.

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    Are Israel and Lebanon's Hezbollah on the brink of war?

    An escalating cross-border tit-for-tat between Israel and Lebanon's Hezbollah raised fears Wednesday of a full-blown war, but experts are divided on the prospect of a wider conflict.Many of the subsequent exchanges have been tit-for-tat attacks.

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    Russia says awaits US response to prisoner swap proposals

    Russia said Wednesday it had presented its ideas for a prisoner swap to the United States and was waiting for a response, days before it was set to put US reporter Evan Gershkovich on trial. "The ball is in the court of the United States, we are waiting for them to respond to the ideas that were presented to them," Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told Russia's state TASS news agency in an interview.

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    Russia's Putin, North Korea's Kim sign defense pact

    STORY: Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a mutual defense pact on Wednesday (June 19) - promising to help each other if attacked.Putin has courted Kim with gifts of limousines and a tour of Russia's new space launch center as well as deepening military cooperation, which has alarmed the United States and its Asian allies.Kim spoke at a rare press conference, announcing the signing of a "comprehensive strategic partnership.""Our two countries' relations h

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    Fans Are Calling Out Taylor Swift For Being Anti-Feminist

    The girls are giving Ms. Swift the bombastic side-eye — and for a very good reason.

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