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AP Top Extended International Headlines at 10:43 p.m. EST

February 18, 2021 GMT

A woman charged in Colombia with helping organize an attempted armed invasion last year to overthrow Venezuela’s socialist government is speaking out

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Japan has launched its coronavirus vaccination campaign amid questions about whether it will reach enough people quickly enough to save a Summer Olympics already delayed by the pandemic

Countries across Europe are struggling to speed up their vaccine efforts amid signs that more infectious variants of the coronavirus are spreading unchecked across the continent

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Tens of thousands of demonstrators have flooded the streets of Myanmar’s biggest city, in one of largest protests yet of a coup

Residents and municipal teams have spent the day cleaning up a Sicilian village near Mount Etna after Europe’s most active volcano spewed lava, ashes and volcanic stones

Buckingham Palace says 99-year-old Prince Philip has been admitted to a London hospital after feeling unwell

A Malaysian court has ordered the wife of ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to enter her defense in a corruption trial linked to a $310 million solar energy project

As Brazil’s mayors and governors start sounding the alarm over dwindling supplies of coronavirus vaccines, there are no such complaints in Serrana, a city that Sao Paulo’s state government selected to test city-wide vaccination

Israel has allowed the Palestinian Authority to deliver the first shipment of vaccines to the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip