Families of detained protesters speak out against Cuba's harsh justice system after historic nationwide marches over food and medicine shortages, economic woes and surging Covid-19 cases. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

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CNN's David McKenzie reports from Soweto, South Africa, on the devastating aftereffects of looting and protests that took place in parts of the country. Protests erupted last week as former South African President Jacob Zuma, 79, turned himself in to authorities to serve a 15-month jail term…

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The disappearance of Guo Xinzhen prompted a nationwide search across China by his parents that was eventually adapted into a film. Twenty-four years after Xinzhen was abducted he was finally reunited with his family.

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An explosion was heard and felt in Dubai as a large fire ripped through its Jebel Ali port which authorities said broke out in a ship's container anchored at the port. Authorities said there have been no deaths or injuries and that the fire is under control. CNN's Eleni Giokos has more.

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Ukraine's Ministry of Defense has defended its decision to train female soldiers to march in high heels, following an outcry from local lawmakers. Women from the Ukrainian armed forces will march in a parade to mark the 30th anniversary of independence from the Soviet Union on August 24, acc…

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson greeted President Joe Biden in southwest England as Biden kicks off his first overseas trip since taking office. CNN's Abby Phillip explains what the two leaders will look to accomplish when they meet behind closed doors.

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People in the Northern Hemisphere were able to watch as the moon partially blocked out the sun to create a "ring of fire" solar eclipse. CNN's Allison Chinchar has more.

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French President Emmanuel Macron was slapped in the face by a man in a crowd -- who yelled "down with Macron" -- as he spoke to the public during a visit to southeast France on June 8, video of the incident posted on social media showed. CNN's Melissa Bell reports.

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ANoM, an encrypted app used by criminals, was covertly monitored for nearly three years by the FBI and Australia's Federal Police (AFP) -- leading to hundreds of arrests and tens of millions of dollars in asset seizures, authorities revealed on June 8. Unknown to the app's users, the FBI had…

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Cameroon is being wracked by a civil war that has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, with separatists in Anglophone regions of the country fighting government forces and government-backed militias for several years. CNN's Zain Asher breaks down the conflict.

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An overpass carrying a subway train has collapsed in Mexico City, killing at least 23 people, according to local government officials. CCTV surveillance footage shows the moment the overpass collapsed. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

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In a statement marking the 106th anniversary of the massacre's start, President Joe Biden declares the massacre of Armenians under the Ottoman Empire as a genocide, risking a potential fracture with Turkey but signaling a commitment to global human rights.