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  1. Iranian scientist tied to nuclear program killed, authorities say


    An Iranian scientist named by the West as the leader of the Islamic Republic's military nuclear program until its disbanding in the early 2000s was killed Friday in an ambush on the outskirts of Tehran, authorities said.

  2. Indian farmers continue protest against new laws as police allow them into capital

    India Farmer Protests

    Thousands of angry Indian farmers protesting against new agricultural laws were allowed to enter the national capital late Friday after they clashed with police who had blocked them at the outskirts of the city.

  3. Sarah Fuller set to make history by suiting up for Vanderbilt men's football team


    Women's soccer player Sarah Fuller will don a football uniform Saturday for Vanderbilt and is poised to become the first woman to play in a Power 5 game when the Commodores visit Missouri.

  4. U.K. regulator to assess AstraZeneca's vaccine candidate amid trial questions


    Britain asked its drug regulator on Friday to assess AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine for a possible rollout, while the Philippines and Thailand secured millions of doses.

  5. How the legal troubles of a former French president could be a blueprint for Trump's

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    Donald Trump is reputed not to read much, and he certainly won’t want to read about the trial of Nicolas Sarkozy, the former right-wing French president. Sarkozy’s troubles after leaving office in 2012 hint at a blueprint for the outgoing U.S. president’s legal future.