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Ginger Root's Cameron Lew wants his new EP to showcase city pop as familiar yet fresh

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Britain's prime minister speaks up after being silent around sudden economy issues

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Iran's regime has one response for popular uprisings: Crackdown

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The Telegram app has a global doxing issue

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Putin's plan to annex regions of Ukraine will likely make it harder to end the war

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Protesters show the three finger salute and hold photos of detained Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi in July outside the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok during a demonstration against the Myanmar military junta's execution of four prisoners. Manan Vatsyayana/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Russian soldiers stand on Red Square in central Moscow on Thursday as the square is sealed off prior to a ceremony for the alleged incorporation of new territories into Russia. Banners on the stage read: "Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson — Russia!" Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A soldier who was formerly an IT entrepreneur and asked to be identified only by his call sign "Arun" manning a checkpoint in Borshchova, in northeastern Ukraine, on Friday. Ukrainian troops took back the area from Russian forces earlier this month. Pete Kiehart for NPR hide caption

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Ukraine's offensive in Kharkiv was hard and bitter, say soldiers who did the fighting

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Ukrainian soldiers' view on counteroffensive could inform efforts to dislodge Russia

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Cuba is still working to get to its power back up after Hurricane Ian knocked it out

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Iranian Americans rally in support of the Iranian resistance movement and to denounce the death of Mahsa Amini, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC Wednesday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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In Iran Protests, Anger At Hijab Rules Is "The Tip Of The Iceberg"

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The return of tourism might not be enough to save Kyoto from its economic woes

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The theories of what caused the Nord Stream leaks

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Jewish pilgrims gather at a lake to perform Tashlikh, an atonement ritual that involves symbolically casting one's sins into a body of water, during the Rosh Hashanah pilgrimage to Rabbi Nachman's tomb in Uman, Ukraine on Monday. Despite Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a reported 23,000 adherents made the trip, which was complicated by the grounding of civilian aviation throughout Ukraine. Pete Kiehart for NPR hide caption

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War didn't stop Hasidic pilgrims from gathering in Ukraine for the Jewish new year

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