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The surprise victor in a pandemic-defying Tour de France race
Tadej Pogacar won the 2020 Tour de France, cycling’s biggest race Sunday. He's the first Slovenian, a rookie, and the second-youngest winner ever.
Why Russian aid for Lukashenko doesn’t end Belarus crisis
Alexander Lukashenko, the disputed president of Belarus, has won new backing from Russia. But no solution to the nation’s political crisis in in view.
Internet slowness: Is it hampering the pandemic recovery in Britain?
Britain’s internet speeds lag smaller nations. That could be a real problem as more remote parts of the country try to recover from the pandemic.
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An oil giant’s epiphany on climate change
BP’s slow shift to clean energy since the Deepwater Horizon spill is picking up speed, perhaps setting an example for the petroleum industry.
Lifting the clouds of doubt over voting
Fears over the integrity of the U.S. voting process are high. They shouldn’t be.
Why some world alliances endure
As the U.N. celebrates its 75th anniversary, its model of cooperation based on values is helping counter modern bullies.
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