At least 63 people have been killed and nearly 200 wounded in a suicide bombing in Kabul. No group claimed responsibility for the attack, although the Taliban and "Islamic State" have carried out previous deadly attacks.
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The president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany has sharply criticized the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, saying that it "incites fears and promotes a climate of exclusion of minorities."
The new UK prime minister will attempt to convince the French and German leaders to restart Brexit talks, according to British media. A longtime Brexiteer, Johnson has made his career criticizing Europe.
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