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WIth the Taliban closing in on Afghan cities, U.S. conducts airstrikes in a sign of growing concern about the country's deteriorating security following the U.S. troop withdrawal https://t.co/Neto93pR5e

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A small study in Israel examining how long the Pfizer vaccine offers protection against infection by the coronavirus is raising concern among researchers. https://t.co/Wu6dodtOIt

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11 new books recommended by critics and editors at The New York Times. https://t.co/6BcH6cBOkl

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¿Te debe preocupar la variante delta si ya estás vacunado? Esto es lo que dicen los expertos. https://t.co/vAVFTDs2BC

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On Baseball: The Rays buy. The Rays sell. Of course. A look at the trade landscape one week before the deadline: https://t.co/ekdK49RzYm

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Few people were there to witness the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony. But New York Times photographers were. Here's what they saw. https://t.co/e0rT3Fp3dw https://t.co/ysRyAtGfo4
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Few people were there to witness the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony. But New York Times photographers were. Here's what they saw. https://t.co/e0rT3Fp3dw https://t.co/ysRyAtGfo4

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Naomi Osaka followed in the footsteps of Muhammad Ali, Paavo Nurmi, Rafer Johnson, Midori Ito, Yuna Kim and Wayne Gretzky and lit the Olympic cauldron to cap Friday's opening ceremony.
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Naomi Osaka followed in the footsteps of Muhammad Ali, Paavo Nurmi, Rafer Johnson, Midori Ito, Yuna Kim and Wayne Gretzky and lit the Olympic cauldron to cap Friday's opening ceremony. https://t.co/QMsUB3Ljr6 https://t.co/o24TVNx7Wr

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The Missouri Supreme Court cleared the way for the Medicaid expansion to go forward there, ruling unanimously Thursday that the state legislature must fund the new program. https://t.co/0PEoG2cN7O

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The Tokyo Olympics can’t seem to catch a break: Forecasts for an approaching typhoon are adding another layer of risk to the Games. https://t.co/XIUtxstz12

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The effects of positive coronavirus tests among Olympic athletes began playing out on Saturday, hours after the opening ceremony, as a women’s beach volleyball team did not play because of an infection. https://t.co/ZgfiV2wpoH

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This giant rotating Earth — made of drones — appeared above Olympic Stadium at the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony as John Lennon’s “Imagine” played. https://t.co/7KVwBWbR7b https://t.co/7KfcNXbFwg

This giant rotating Earth — made of drones — appeared above Olympic Stadium at the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony as John Lennon’s “Imagine” played. https://t.co/7KVwBWbR7b https://t.co/7KfcNXbFwg

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I wrote about the Olympic opening ceremony last night through the eyes of a single volunteer — some of the only locals allowed to see any part of these sprawling Games in person — with a big assist from @hikarimaehida, who spoke to those stuck outside: https://t.co/WQ24jTgeiN

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Correction: An earlier tweet misstated the name of the first gold medal winner. It is Yang Qian, not Qian Yang. We deleted the incorrect tweet.

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The first medals of the Tokyo Olympics have been awarded, in the women's air rifle competition. Yang Qian of China won the gold after a terrible last shot cost a Russian shooter, Anastasiia Galashina, her chance at the gold. https://t.co/mk0uDDtWXs https://t.co/p1LVjShRJv

The first medals of the Tokyo Olympics have been awarded, in the women's air rifle competition. Yang Qian of China won the gold after a terrible last shot cost a Russian shooter, Anastasiia Galashina, her chance at the gold. https://t.co/mk0uDDtWXs https://t.co/p1LVjShRJv

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Team USA, led by the flag-bearers Sue Bird and Eddy Alvarez during the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony, was missing some famous American faces — including Simone Biles — during the event. Here's why. https://t.co/9xoiPyVxkt

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Here's how Liberia made Olympic fashion cool — with a little help from Telfar Clemens. https://t.co/qujBssSFnW

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Tennessee health officials are resuming several programs to promote vaccinations for public school students, just two weeks after such efforts were halted because Republican elected officials had complained that parents should make the decisions. https://t.co/zmg84PEzml

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"Hong Kong’s freedoms are being crushed by Beijing. But one athlete gives a little hop and wave, a tiny ray of hope at a terrible time in Hong Kong," @hkbeech wrote during the opening ceremony at the #TokyoOlympics. https://t.co/gg9d5OmsWt https://t.co/FRUutGF5cO

"Hong Kong’s freedoms are being crushed by Beijing. But one athlete gives a little hop and wave, a tiny ray of hope at a terrible time in Hong Kong," @hkbeech wrote during the opening ceremony at the #TokyoOlympics. https://t.co/gg9d5OmsWt https://t.co/FRUutGF5cO

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The search at the collapse site in Surfside, Florida, was declared over on Friday, but the authorities are continuing to look through the relocated rubble for the remains of Estelle Hedaya, 54. https://t.co/W7STciy1iD

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