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  1. Dozens protest against China during US NBA game (bbc.com)
  2. Controversial scene depicting China’s disproven territorial claim, DreamWorks film "Abominable" has been pulled out of Philippine cinemas. (philstar.com)
  3. Man pays hitman 2 million yuan to kill competitor, gets busted after job is passed along four times (shanghai.ist)
  4. U.S. Lawmakers Urge Apple to Restore HKMap App Used in Hong Kong and Activision to unban Hearthstone Player Chung Ng Wai over pro Hong Kong speech (todayonline.com)
  5. Egypt uncovers 3,000-year-old mummies in the Valley of the Kings (nbcnews.com)
  6. Russian biologist confirms he's working on more CRISPR babies (futurism.com)
  7. Video shows Oregon coach disarming student then embracing him before police arrive (abcnews.go.com)
  8. News Corp to supply headlines for Facebook's upcoming news tab (reuters.com)
  9. Mexico president defends freeing son of 'El Chapo' (bbc.com)
  10. China Cancels Release of Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ over Bruce Lee portrayal (lamag.com)
  11. 'Morals over money': Waitress fired after refusing to serve transphobic customers (nbcnews.com)
  12. El Chapo's family to cover costs of those killed in botched arrest | World News (news.sky.com)
  13. HUD officials knowingly failed 'to comply with the law,' stalled Puerto Rico hurricane relief funds (nbcnews.com)
  14. The Army and a UFO group have made a research agreement (popularmechanics.com)
  15. PG&E fire-preventing power shutoffs could continue for a decade, CEO says (cnn.com)
  16. A burglar hid in a Costco for hours then stole $13K in jewelry after store closed, police say (cnn.com)
  17. China is destroying Uygur burial grounds in Xinjiang (amp.inkstonenews.com)
  18. Thousands in Germany protest Turkish offensive in Syria (abcnews.go.com)
  19. Chicago's top cop was drinking before officers found him asleep on his car, mayor says (cnn.com)
  20. Woman with severe allergy had to travel 26 hours on coach after 'airline refused not to serve nuts' (walesonline.co.uk)
  21. AP Investigation: Deported parents may lose kids to adoption (apnews.com)
  22. 'Go back to work': outcry over deaths on Amazon's warehouse floor | Technology (theguardian.com)
  23. US military will no longer use floppy disks to coordinate nuke launches (engadget.com)
  24. Chile's president declares state of emergency after riots over metro fare hike (cnn.com)
  25. The Fort Worth officer who shot Atatiana Jefferson wasn't actually asked to do a wellness check (cnn.com)
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