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  1. Mexico's government is providing legal help for an undocumented immigrant arrested in Florida under a state law making it a crime to transport undocumented workers — in this case a crew of roofers.
  2. Ukraine's president visits Washington as the White House faces resistance from House Republicans for its latest funding request to help with the country's defense against Russia.
  3. Biden will be extending Temporary Protected Status to around 400,000 Venezuelan migrants in the U.S. That status stops deportation and is often applied to people who can't return home safely.
  4. Police in Ghana have arrested protestors demonstrating against the cost of living and the economic crisis gripping the country, once seen as a model economy in Africa.
  5. After making a deal to free Americans held in Iran, the U.S. is looking with other countries to find ways to stop countries from making arbitrary arrests.
  6. Jonathan Escoffery's If I Survive You and Chetna Maroo's Western Lane are among the contenders for this year's prize, which honors the best English-language fiction published in the UK and Ireland.
  7. The sudden death last week of 27-year-old rapper Mohbad has led to an outpouring of grief and anger across Nigeria, and put the treatment of musicians by powerful labels into sharper focus.
  8. What began as a movement of farmers opposed to environmental rules is now one of the country's dominant political parties. The nation's agricultural exports are second only to the United States.
  9. In a visit to Washington, the Ukrainian leader faces a small but growing chorus of skepticism at new funding for the war, as $24 billion of aid hangs in limbo ahead of a possible government shutdown.
  10. The referendum would enshrine in Australia's constitution an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. The Voice would advise on policies that impact the nation's most disadvantaged ethnic minority.
  11. It's one of the longest running holocaust restitution cases: works by painter Egon Schiele were handed back to its rightful heirs today in New York. The original owner was murdered by the Nazis.
  12. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Penny Pritzker, who has been tapped by President Biden to serve as his special representative for Ukraine's economic recovery.
  13. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Babak Namazi, whose brother was held captive by Iran.
  14. A two-year drought and record heat have cut Spain's olive crop in half, doubling olive oil prices. Climate change will continue to drive prices up.
  15. King Charles III is making his first visit to France since Brexit in a symbolic gesture that Britain is ready to move on from the contentious separation from the EU.