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The Boston Marathon has barred runners from Russia and Belarus.

Runners from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon this month, the race organizers said on Wednesday — another ...

U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Wednesday that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a ...

Ukraine war: US, UK hit Russia with new sanctions

The US rolled out a new wave of financial sanctions on Wednesday against Russia that President Joe Biden said would place a lasting penalty on ...

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Judge Finds Man Not Guilty in First Jan. 6 Acquittal

A federal judge decided on Wednesday that a former government contractor from New Mexico who claimed that the police let him into the Capitol ...

The Boston Marathon has barred runners from Russia and Belarus.

Runners from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon this month, the race organizers said on Wednesday — another ...

U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Wednesday that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a ...

New York Agrees to Expand Voting Access for People With Disabilities

Voting in New York will become easier for blind and disabled residents following the settlement of a lawsuit against the New York State Board of ...

Karim Benzema, the Surest of Sure Things, Lifts Real Madrid at Chelsea

LONDON — Luka Modric has, by this stage, seen pretty much all there is to see. He has won four Champions League titles. He has played in a World ...

Ukraine war: US, UK hit Russia with new sanctions

The US rolled out a new wave of financial sanctions on Wednesday against Russia that President Joe Biden said would place a lasting penalty on ...

Belarus arrests four for trying to sabotage railway links to Ukraine

Four people have been arrested in Belarus on suspicion of trying to prevent Russian equipment from travelling to Ukraine by train. Belarusian ...

Justice Dept. Charges Russian Oligarch With Violating Sanctions

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said on Wednesday that it had charged a Russian oligarch with violating U.S. sanctions and unveiled ...

European health agencies say it is ‘too early’ for second boosters for most people.

European regulators concluded on Wednesday that it is “too early” to administer second booster shots of a coronavirus vaccine to the general ...

Holodomor: Czech MPs vote to recognise Soviet-era famine in Ukraine as genocide

Czech MPs have formally voted to recognise the Soviet-era famine in Ukraine as genocide "against humanity". Lawmakers approved a motion on ...

EU threatens to take Malta to court over ‘golden passport’ scheme

The European Commission has stepped up its calls on Malta to end its controversial "golden passports" scheme. The Commission urged all EU member ...

Vladimir Zhirinovsky: Russian ultranationalist leader and MP dies at 75

Russian ultranationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky has died at the age of 75 after “a serious and prolonged illness". The speaker of the State ...

Russia accused of using ‘mobile crematoria’ in besieged Mariupol

Mariupol's city council claimed that Russian troops were using mobile crematoria in the besieged port city to "cover their tracks." It quotes ...

Russia pays dollar-denominated debt in rubles, risking default, after U.S. blocks payment.

Russia’s finance ministry said on Wednesday that it had used rubles to pay about $650 million in dollar-denominated debt obligations after the U ...