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Hunter Biden is indicted on 9 tax charges, adding to gun charges in a special counsel investigationHunter Biden was indicted on nine tax charges in California as a special counsel investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden's son intensifies against the backdrop of the 2024 election.
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China, EU summit exposes divisions over Ukraine, trade, subsidiesThe leaders of China and the European Union held talks Thursday that focused on their disputes over trade, subsidies and a deep divide over the war in Ukraine.
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