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US lawmakers demand action from Google over 'fake abortion clinics'
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Russian sells Nobel Peace Prize for $103.5m to help Ukraine children
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Thousands return to march in São Paulo's LGBT pride after COVID hiatus
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Mexico City tries to break record for world's largest boxing class
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