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A Chinese government hacking group infiltrated telecommunications systems in Guam, Microsoft said. The island is a crucial military base for the U.S. in the Pacific.Typhoon Mawar is expected to head toward the Philippines over the next few days after pounding Guam with high winds and knocking out power.One year after one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history, the families of the victims in Uvalde, Texas, are grappling with a host of questions.France’s so-called ban on short domestic flights has resulted in three routes being cut.A 95-year-old woman in Australia died after a police officer used a stun gun on her last week.
Other Big Stories

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Scientists in Switzerland restored a paralyzed man’s ability to walk using spine and brain implants.China has made arts and culture a central arena for ideological crackdowns, demanding that artists align their creative ambitions with Chinese Communist Party goals.Britain’s inflation rate dropped last month to its lowest level in more than a year.Shares in the Adani Group rose after a panel said that an investigation in India into the conglomerate’s finances had gone nowhere.
Animal News
A group of orcas has been ramming into boats off Southern Europe, sinking three and disrupting dozens of others.Footage of a kiwi in Miami being petted by zoo visitors under fluorescent lights has caused an outcry in New Zealand.The spiny mouse is widely known and commonly used in many lab experiments. But its body is full of secrets.
A Morning Read

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To recline or not to recline? A veteran flight attendant lists her airline etiquette rules, which aim to strike a balance between reasonable comfort and thoughtfulness to fellow passengers.
Is Wrexham welcome in the U.S.?: Wrexham’s rapid rise in popularity is undeniable, but this summer it will be quantified in dollars and cents.
Myth-busting the best stories of the Premier League season: An evaluation of the most compelling narratives to see which were justified and which weren’t.
The most scrutinized shirt in soccer: The No. 7 jersey is not being worn at Manchester United at the moment, and whoever uses it next must live up to the hype.
From The Times: “This is definitely bigger.” Andrea Varnier, chief executive of the organizing committee of the 2026 Milan-Cortina Winter Games, talks about managing the most sprawling Games in history.

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Happy Africa Day
Today is the 60th anniversary of Africa Day, an occasion to challenge the negative perceptions concerning this rich continent. In some countries, May 25 is a public holiday; in others, it’s a day of concerts, food fairs and fashion. There is no single way to celebrate. Below are a few ideas:
Read from the past: Chinua Achebe changed African literature in 1958 with “Things Fall Apart,” a book that defines modern storytelling. Achebe challenged simplistic representations of Africa in books like Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness.”
Dance in the present: Afrobeats artists have sold out in venues in the U.S., and thumping Amapiano beats have infiltrated dance clubs in Europe. These genres, and the viral social media dances they’ve spawned, showcase a joyful, youthful side of the continent.
Watch the future: If superhero films are a vision of the future, Africa’s future appears to be female. And these heroines are kicking butts and taking names. “Supa Team 4,” the latest blockbuster African animation project, premieres on Netflix this July. The series follows four crime-fighting teenage girls in a futuristic Lusaka, Zambia’s capital. — Lynsey Chutel, a Briefings writer in Johannesburg.
What to Cook

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In this salad, roasted potatoes meet creamy feta, briny olives, juicy tomatoes and lots of herbs.
Antonis Tsagronis
Antonis Tsagronis
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