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AP Top Extended International Headlines at 11:25 p.m. EDT

March 29, 2021 GMT

Myanmar security forces have opened fire on a crowd attending the funeral of student who was killed on the bloodiest day yet of a crackdown on protests against last month’s coup

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Two additional tugboats have been deployed to Egypt’s Suez Canal to aid efforts to free a skyscraper-sized container ship wedged for days across the crucial waterway

Agnes Callamard, who led a United Nations’ investigation into the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, has been appointed to lead Amnesty International

Search and rescue workers pulled a 6-month-old baby alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in Cairo as the death toll rose to 25,  Egyptian officials say

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Sao Paulo city officials put out a call last month for 4,500 public school cleaning jobs, targeting Brazilian mothers affected by the raging pandemic

Britain is taking another small step out of lockdown as it looks nervously at a new virus surge inundating its European neighbors

North Korea has accused the United Nations of a “double standard” over its reaction to the North’s missile launches, warning it of a serious consequence

Fighting raged for the fifth day in northern Mozambique as rebels fought the army for control of the strategic town of Palma

The Auschwitz-Birkenau state museum has sharply denounced an article in the New Yorker magazine that looks at Holocaust scholarship in Poland

Slovakia’s prime minister says he will step down to clear the way for a Cabinet reshuffle to defuse a political crisis triggered by a secret deal to buy Russia’s coronavirus vaccine