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Lots of goods were held up when a cargo ship became stuck in the Suez canal, causing shortages in many places around the world. In the UK, garden gnomes are in high demand.

A woman in Krakow, Poland was concerned about a strange animal hanging out in a tree near her house. The animal turned out to be a flaky french pastry.

President Biden has pledged to help end the epidemic of Black men being killed by police, but also presents himself as an ally of law enforcement.

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Muslims marked the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan this week. For roughly the next three weeks, Muslims who are able are told to fast from dawn to dusk.

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