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international debut Ra mắt quốc tế
international law Luật quôc tê
international level Cấp độ quốc tế
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The Age
· China sanctions US officials as tensions escalate  
On Monday (US time) Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, both high-profile critics of China, were officially sanctioned by Beijing, along with two other key officials: state department ambassador for International Religious Freedom, Sam Brownback, and Republican member of the Congressional Executive Commission on China, Chris Smith.
The Age
· If we are to live with COVID-19 then Australia’s leaders need to tell us what that means  
Returning Australians were always the greatest risk which is why the international borders were all but closed and hotel isolation established.
The Age
· Western marquee man Kone returns to Greece over COVID cuts  
The former Greece international, who Western United had hoped would prove a drawcard in their first season in the A-League, especially for the Greek-Australian community, will return to his home country.
Washington Post
· New Zealand opposition leader quits 2 months from election  
Only international travel remains restricted, and New Zealand’s only active virus cases are among returned travelers in quarantine.
Malay Mail
· CAS ruling protects Champions League dream for Man City's Abu Dhabi owners  
The squad is brimful of international talent, led by global stars such as Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero, with Guardiola demanding the highest standards.
· Google, Facebook, other big tech companies back lawsuit against I.C.E.  
filed a legal complaint against ICE and the Department of Homeland Security challenging the legality of the government's July 6 policy update that would require international students to leave the country if they are enrolled in a college or university that's conducting classes online.
Washington Post
· 4 Azerbaijani troops die in clashes with Armenia  
The two neighbors in the South Caucasus have been locked in conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, a region of Azerbaijan that has been under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since a war there ended in 1994. International efforts to settle the conflict have stalled.
The New York Times
· In Some Countries, Normal Life Is Back After the Coronavirus. Not Here.  
Gostin was part of the international panel that put together the Global Health Security Index, a report, released last year, that evaluated the pandemic readiness of every nation on earth.
Washington Post
· A CoCo Bond That Wants to Save the World  
It also has five senior bonds already allocated to green lending, sold in line with guidelines from the International Capital Markets Association.
Malay Mail
· Italy's Serie A asked investors to submit bids by July 24 for broadcasting rights, say sources  
Private equity firms CVC, Bain Capital, Advent International and TPG are among the companies interested in bidding, the sources said.