Explosions kill four in Laurel, Nebraska
Four were killed before dawn August 4 in two separate residential fires and explosions in Laurel, Nebraska, United States, in what SWAT are calling "multiple crime scenes".
Judith Durham, lead singer of The Seekers, dies at 79
Judith Durham, the lead singer of the Australian band The Seekers, died in Melbourne aged 79 on August 5 from complications from bronchiectasis.
Inaugural African Protected Areas Congress closes
The inaugural African Protected Areas Congress hosted in Kigali, Rwanda, closed July 23, with delegates adopting the Kigali Call to Action, committing countries to greater investments in the conservation of nature.
Ranil Wickremesinghe sworn in as Sri Lankan President
Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as the ninth President of Sri Lanka at a ceremony in the country's Parliament in Colombo July 21.
North Macedonia parliament votes for deal with Bulgaria, clearing way for EU membership talks
On July 16, North Macedonia's parliament accepted a French-brokered deal removing Bulgaria's opposition to the country joining the European Union in exchange for North Macedonian concessions.
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