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16 Jun
We look at press reactions to the White House announcing President Joe Biden's upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia. British papers react after the government's plan to send illegal migrants to Rwanda to be processed was scuppered by the European Court of Human Rights. Also, K-Pop band BTS announces they are taking a break, much to the dismay of their millions of fans. Finally, Crocs has come up with a new summer collaboration: margarita-inspired Crocs!
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Three BTS members — Suga, RM and Jin — have tested positive for COVID-19. The superstar group had recently returned to South Korea from the United States where they held their first in-person concerts since the pandemic.
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The UN climate summit opens in New York, with K-pop band BTS performing their hit song 'Permission to Dance' at the United Nations.
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Seungri, once part of South Korea's K-pop 'royalty,' was convicted on charges related to arranging sex workers for potential investors in his entertainment firm.

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