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Month: July 2022

Nick Kyrgios thought his first-round match was one of the worst he's ever played at Wimbledon; his performance against Filip Krajinovic two days later

‘I’ve dumbfounded all of you’: Nick Kyrgios savors immaculate Wimbledon performance against Filip Krajinovic

By George Ramsay, CNN Nick Kyrgios thought his first-round match was one of the worst he’s ever played at Wimbledon; his performance against Filip Krajinovic two days later, however, may have been his best. The Australian produced a serving masterclass as he swept aside Krajinovic, a beaten finalist at Queen’s Club two weeks ago, in

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Bonnie llevará fuertes lluvias, posibles inundaciones y deslizamientos afectando cinco países de Centroamérica y el Caribe

Melissa Velásquez Loaiza (CNN Español) — La tormenta tropical Bonnie amenaza con recorrer las costas de Centroamérica y el Caribe, llevando fuertes lluvias, inundaciones repentinas y deslizamientos de tierra a algunos países, según el Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Estados Unidos (NHC, por sus siglas en inglés). Según la más reciente información del NHC, la

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Chinese leader Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping crushed Hong Kong’s opposition. Now he claims handover to China marked ‘beginning of true democracy’

By Nectar Gan, Simone McCarthy and Kathleen Magramo, CNN Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Friday claimed “true democracy” began in Hong Kong 25 years ago when China assumed control, as he marked a symbolic anniversary for the city transformed by his political crackdown. “After its return to the motherland, Hong Kong compatriots became masters of

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued a directive June 30 barring state police from cooperating with out-of-state investigatory requests on abortion-related conduct.

Washington state police will not comply with out-of-state agency requests for abortion-related information, governor says

By Hannah Sarisohn, CNN Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee issued a directive Thursday that bars state police from cooperating with out-of-state investigatory requests related to abortion in his efforts to make the state a “sanctuary” for those seeking the services. The decision comes after the US Supreme Court ruled last week to strike down Roe

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