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New climate report paints bleak picture for future generations

It predicts more regular droughts, floods, and heatwaves.

It predicts more regular droughts, floods, and heatwaves.

Turkey intends to buy more Russian defense systems

[NFA] President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey still intended to buy a second batch of S-400 missile defense systems from Russia, a move that could deepen a rift with NATO ally Washington and trigger fresh U.S. sanctions. Lisa Bernhard produced this repo

[NFA] President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey still intended to buy a second batch of S-400 missile defense systems from Russia, a move that could deepen a rift with NATO ally Washington and trigger fresh U.S. sanctions. Lisa Bernhard produced this repo

Why US anti-vaxxers will refuse a coronavirus vaccine

In a recent survey, 24% of Americans said they will refuse a coronavirus vaccine.

In a recent survey, 24% of Americans said they will refuse a coronavirus vaccine.

Sea Level Rise | Plan it Green

The UN says 21.5 million people have become climate refugees since 2010. But that number could skyrocket with rising seas pushing hundreds of millions of people out of their coastal homes. Our Environment

The UN says 21.5 million people have become climate refugees since 2010. But that number could skyrocket with rising seas pushing hundreds of millions of people out of their coastal homes. Our Environment

Angela Rayner jokes she's "choosing her words carefully" at Labour rally

The deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner attended a rally on Sunday night and joked that she was being more restrained after refusing to apologise for calling senior Tories 'scum'.

The deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner attended a rally on Sunday night and joked that she was being more restrained after refusing to apologise for calling senior Tories 'scum'.

Nigeria children face mental health crises

Eleven years of conflict in northern Nigeria have left hundreds of thousands of children traumatised.

Eleven years of conflict in northern Nigeria have left hundreds of thousands of children traumatised.

Two Argentinian couples win 2021 Buenos Aires Tango World Cup

This year’s edition marked the comeback of the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Cup after 2020’s online version.

This year’s edition marked the comeback of the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Cup after 2020’s online version.

Cambodian students take off in manned drone prototype

The sky is the limit for these Cambodian students. They’ve designed a manned drone they hope will eventually help with fighting fires and traffic jams.

The sky is the limit for these Cambodian students. They’ve designed a manned drone they hope will eventually help with fighting fires and traffic jams.

Afghan business owners fear economic collapse over sanctions

Many Afghan business owners have no choice but to put their dreams on hold because foreign governments will not recognize the Taliban government as some of its members are on terrorism and UN sanctions

Many Afghan business owners have no choice but to put their dreams on hold because foreign governments will not recognize the Taliban government as some of its members are on terrorism and UN sanctions

Colombia's cemeteries may hold answers for families of missing

Forensic experts search to identify disappeared people in a Colombian cemetary, lost during the civil war.

Forensic experts search to identify disappeared people in a Colombian cemetary, lost during the civil war.

Flights cancelled after new Canary Islands volcanic eruption

Fresh evacuations ordered as explosions and new openings are reported from La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano.

Fresh evacuations ordered as explosions and new openings are reported from La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano.

Israeli forces kill several Palestinians during raids in Jenin, Ramallah

The Israeli army killed the Palestinians during confrontations in Jenin and Jerusalem early on Sunday.

The Israeli army killed the Palestinians during confrontations in Jenin and Jerusalem early on Sunday.

Afghanistan: Bomb blast hits Taliban convoy in Jalalabad

Though no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, an affiliate of Islamic State (ISKP) is believed to be behind it.

Though no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, an affiliate of Islamic State (ISKP) is believed to be behind it.

Mali approached Russian military company for help, says Lavrov

Russian foreign minister says Mali’s turn towards private Russian companies done ‘on legitimate basis’, insists Moscow not involved.

Russian foreign minister says Mali’s turn towards private Russian companies done ‘on legitimate basis’, insists Moscow not involved.

Upcycling the durian: Pungent fruit’s husk used to make bandages

The durian is a fruit with a strong smell but it is loved by many in Southeast Asia.

The durian is a fruit with a strong smell but it is loved by many in Southeast Asia.

Seven years after Mexico's deadly abduction of 43 students

The case sparked a movement that continues to demand justice, accountability and government action.

The case sparked a movement that continues to demand justice, accountability and government action.

Alitalia's final approach: Italy launching a new national airline

ITA to take to the skies in October 15 as successor to the bankrupt Italian flag carrier Alitalia.

ITA to take to the skies in October 15 as successor to the bankrupt Italian flag carrier Alitalia.

End of an era: Germans vote for Merkel's successor

Germany's CDU/CSU conservatives and their Social Democrat rivals were virtually tied in Sunday's national election, exit polls showed, leaving open which of them will lead the next government as Angela Merkel prepares to stand down. Lucy Fielder has

Germany's CDU/CSU conservatives and their Social Democrat rivals were virtually tied in Sunday's national election, exit polls showed, leaving open which of them will lead the next government as Angela Merkel prepares to stand down. Lucy Fielder has

Coronavirus in numbers: UK cases rise by 32,417

The Government said a further 58 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Friday, bringing the UK total to 136,168.

The Government said a further 58 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Friday, bringing the UK total to 136,168.

Swiss set to vote yes to same-sex marriage

Swiss voters on Sunday (September 26) looked set to back a proposal to open civil marriage and the right to adopt children to same-sex couples, according to early indications published by Swiss broadcaster SRG.

Swiss voters on Sunday (September 26) looked set to back a proposal to open civil marriage and the right to adopt children to same-sex couples, according to early indications published by Swiss broadcaster SRG.

Starmer distances himself from Rayner's attack on Tory 'scum'

Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner refused to apologise for describing senior Tories as "scum" as Sir Keir Starmer distanced himself from her comments.

Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner refused to apologise for describing senior Tories as "scum" as Sir Keir Starmer distanced himself from her comments.

Israel kills Hamas members in West Bank: military

Israeli troops killed four Hamas militants in gun battles during raids on Sunday against one of the group's cells in the occupied West Bank, an Israeli military spokesperson said. Hamas confirmed the men were members.

Israeli troops killed four Hamas militants in gun battles during raids on Sunday against one of the group's cells in the occupied West Bank, an Israeli military spokesperson said. Hamas confirmed the men were members.

Sir Keir Starmer defends leadership style ahead of crunch conference speech

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy "showman".

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy "showman".

'Most powerful woman' retires from politics

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, dubbed the most powerful woman in the world, retires from political life after 16 years.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, dubbed the most powerful woman in the world, retires from political life after 16 years.

Shapps blames 'irresponsible' haulage group for fuel queues

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps blamed the Road Haulage Association for leaking comments from BP bosses about supply concerns which has led to queues and closures at fuel stations.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps blamed the Road Haulage Association for leaking comments from BP bosses about supply concerns which has led to queues and closures at fuel stations.

London drivers feel the pinch as gas stations run dry

Lengthy queues of vehicles snaked their way to gas stations in Britain on Saturday where an acute shortage of truck drivers has led to fuel rationing and some pumps running dry, and prompted the government to consider issuing temporary work visas.

Lengthy queues of vehicles snaked their way to gas stations in Britain on Saturday where an acute shortage of truck drivers has led to fuel rationing and some pumps running dry, and prompted the government to consider issuing temporary work visas.

Man arrested on suspicion of Sabina Nessa murder

Detectives investigating the murder of school teacher Sabina Nessa in south-east London have arrested a 38-year-old man in East Sussex. The Metropolitan Police said the suspect had been detained at around 3am on Sunday morning and is being held i...

Detectives investigating the murder of school teacher Sabina Nessa in south-east London have arrested a 38-year-old man in East Sussex. The Metropolitan Police said the suspect had been detained at around 3am on Sunday morning and is being held i...

Canada's Catholic bishops acknowledge Native abuse

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on Friday officially apologized for their role in the country's notorious residential school system for the first time, after refusing to do so for years despite public pressure.

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on Friday officially apologized for their role in the country's notorious residential school system for the first time, after refusing to do so for years despite public pressure.

China welcomes Huawei executive home

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou arrived in China on Saturday, ending her near three-year U.S. extradition fight, the same day two Canadians detained by Beijing for more than 1,000 days returned home, potentially paving the way for improve

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou arrived in China on Saturday, ending her near three-year U.S. extradition fight, the same day two Canadians detained by Beijing for more than 1,000 days returned home, potentially paving the way for improve

Protest in Belfast against UK Government legacy proposals

Time for Truth campaigner Ciaran MacAirt addresses a demonstration outside the courts in Belfast during a national day of action across Ireland against the British Government's proposals for dealing with the past.

Time for Truth campaigner Ciaran MacAirt addresses a demonstration outside the courts in Belfast during a national day of action across Ireland against the British Government's proposals for dealing with the past.

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll rises to 136,105

The Government said a further 180 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Friday, bringing the UK total to 136,105.

The Government said a further 180 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Friday, bringing the UK total to 136,105.

La Palma volcanic eruption shuts down airport

Authorities closed the airport on La Palma on Saturday (September 25) as ash from the erupting volcano spread across the Spanish island.

Authorities closed the airport on La Palma on Saturday (September 25) as ash from the erupting volcano spread across the Spanish island.

Rayner promises to take on 'Tory sleaze'

Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner tore into "Tory sleaze" and tax-dodging firms on the opening day of Labour's conference in Brighton to target Boris Johnson's Government. She vowed to "stamp out the Tory sleaze that has polluted our politics ...

Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner tore into "Tory sleaze" and tax-dodging firms on the opening day of Labour's conference in Brighton to target Boris Johnson's Government. She vowed to "stamp out the Tory sleaze that has polluted our politics ...

Iceland set to become first European country to elect a Parliament with a majority of women

The country’s long been seen as a leader in gender equality.

The country’s long been seen as a leader in gender equality.

Germany election: Exit polls say there’s a dead heat between the two main parties

One poll puts departing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party slightly ahead.

One poll puts departing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party slightly ahead.

Magpie attacks Gold Coast woman

A Gold Coast woman has been bedridden for weeks after she was swooped by a magpie.

A Gold Coast woman has been bedridden for weeks after she was swooped by a magpie.

Police forced to disperse huge crowds at Bondi

NSW Police break up huge crowds gathering at Bondi beachfront on Saturday night.

NSW Police break up huge crowds gathering at Bondi beachfront on Saturday night.

NSW records 1007 new coronavirus cases, 11 more deaths

Another 1007 local cases of COVID-19 were reported across NSW overnight with 11 more deaths.

Another 1007 local cases of COVID-19 were reported across NSW overnight with 11 more deaths.

Scientists find earliest definitive evidence of humans in the Americas

The topic of when the Americas were first settled has been controversial for decades.

The topic of when the Americas were first settled has been controversial for decades.

Swarm of bees takes over Sydney man’s car

A swarm of bees took over a man’s car in Sydney while he was grocery shopping.

A swarm of bees took over a man’s car in Sydney while he was grocery shopping.

‘Miracle house’ unscathed by La Palma volcano

Two-hundred other homes have been destroyed and the huge wall of lava is slowly creeping towards even more.

Two-hundred other homes have been destroyed and the huge wall of lava is slowly creeping towards even more.

Those without reason to be in Melbourne CBD face arrest after riots

At least one person at a demonstration has now tested positive for Covid and needs hospital care.

At least one person at a demonstration has now tested positive for Covid and needs hospital care.

NSW Premier touts vaccine surge

Friday, September 24: Vaccine numbers are "through the roof" in LGAs of concern in NSW, Gladys Berejiklian has said.

Friday, September 24: Vaccine numbers are "through the roof" in LGAs of concern in NSW, Gladys Berejiklian has said.

Mask rules eased as Queensland records no COVID-19 cases

Queensland has eased mask restrictions to allow their removal for those seated in hospitality venues. It comes as the state records zero new local COVID-19 cases.

Queensland has eased mask restrictions to allow their removal for those seated in hospitality venues. It comes as the state records zero new local COVID-19 cases.

Afghanistan displacement crisis: Millions in need of urgent aid

Millions of Afghans face an uncertain return after being displaced by years of war

Millions of Afghans face an uncertain return after being displaced by years of war

Hunter Biden emails boast ties to White House and China

Inside has uncovered two new Hunter Biden emails unrelated to his infamous laptop scandal.

Inside has uncovered two new Hunter Biden emails unrelated to his infamous laptop scandal.

Love Island star and TV doctor urge teenagers to get Covid-19 jab

A Love Island star and a TV doctor are throwing their weight behind a campaign to persuade older teenagers to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Fifth-year medical student Priya Gopaldas, who appeared in the most recent series of the reality show, is joinin...

A Love Island star and a TV doctor are throwing their weight behind a campaign to persuade older teenagers to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Fifth-year medical student Priya Gopaldas, who appeared in the most recent series of the reality show, is joinin...

Low-lying nations urge action on climate at U.N.

Leaders from several countries at this week's United Nations General Assembly implored developed economies to curb their greenhouse gas emissions, as rising sea levels imperiled island and low-lying nations at the mercy of water. This report produced

Leaders from several countries at this week's United Nations General Assembly implored developed economies to curb their greenhouse gas emissions, as rising sea levels imperiled island and low-lying nations at the mercy of water. This report produced

In blow to Apple, EU may require USB-C chargers for all smartphones

New proposals from EU Commission would force manufacturers to create a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones

New proposals from EU Commission would force manufacturers to create a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones

Women - A minority in the German Bundestag

After the Merkel era, German politics is still dominated by men, and female politicians are structurally underrepresented.

After the Merkel era, German politics is still dominated by men, and female politicians are structurally underrepresented.

Melbourne sees days of violent anti-lockdown protests

Riot police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and more than 200 people were arrested as anti-lockdown protests continued in Melbourne for a third day on Wednesday.

Riot police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and more than 200 people were arrested as anti-lockdown protests continued in Melbourne for a third day on Wednesday.

Man, 38, arrested on suspicion of murdering Sabina Nessa

SOME PARTS MUTE A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa, the Metropolitan Police said. The suspect was arrested at an address in Lewisham on Thursday and is being held in custody.

SOME PARTS MUTE A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa, the Metropolitan Police said. The suspect was arrested at an address in Lewisham on Thursday and is being held in custody.

U.S. envoy to Haiti quits over migrant deportations

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest in a letter that blasted the Biden administration for deporting hundreds of migrants back to the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation from a camp on the U.S.-Mexican border in recent days. Lisa Bernhard

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest in a letter that blasted the Biden administration for deporting hundreds of migrants back to the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation from a camp on the U.S.-Mexican border in recent days. Lisa Bernhard

Prince Andrew: Connections to Jeffrey Epstein

A closer look at Prince Andrew's relationship with infamous financier Jeffrey Epstein.

A closer look at Prince Andrew's relationship with infamous financier Jeffrey Epstein.

US envoy for Haiti quits over mistreatment of Haitian migrants

In his resignation letter, Ambassador Daniel Foote says US policy to deport thousands of Haitian migrants and refugees is deeply flawed.

In his resignation letter, Ambassador Daniel Foote says US policy to deport thousands of Haitian migrants and refugees is deeply flawed.

Venezuelan migrants brave deadly Atacama Desert to get to Chile

It is the one of the driest places on Earth. But for thousands of migrants, walking through the Atacama Desert is the only way to a better life.

It is the one of the driest places on Earth. But for thousands of migrants, walking through the Atacama Desert is the only way to a better life.

Kais Saied: Tunisia’s one-man ruler

Tunisia’s president is changing the country’s political system to give himself more power. Political rivals have called his actions a coup. But who is President Kais Saied?

Tunisia’s president is changing the country’s political system to give himself more power. Political rivals have called his actions a coup. But who is President Kais Saied?

Evergrande crisis in numbers

Thousands of home-buyers and investors put money into China’s developer giant Evergrande. Now they fear they’ll never get their investments back as the company struggles to pay off its huge debt. These

Thousands of home-buyers and investors put money into China’s developer giant Evergrande. Now they fear they’ll never get their investments back as the company struggles to pay off its huge debt. These

Rwandan forces help push back armed groups in northern Mozambique

Rwanda deployed 1,000 of its troops to northern Mozambique in July to assist local security forces.

Rwanda deployed 1,000 of its troops to northern Mozambique in July to assist local security forces.

Conditions worsen for Haitian migrants on US-Mexico border

Mexico and the US are preparing to fly more Haitian migrants away from camps that have been set up along the border.

Mexico and the US are preparing to fly more Haitian migrants away from camps that have been set up along the border.

La Palma volcano destroys hundreds of homes, displaces thousands

More than 6,000 people have now been forced from their homes in La Palma, one of the Spanish Canary Islands.

More than 6,000 people have now been forced from their homes in La Palma, one of the Spanish Canary Islands.

‘Go big’: US doubles COVID vaccine purchases for global sharing

Biden announces US commitment to donate total of 1.1 billion vaccines at summit with world leaders.

Biden announces US commitment to donate total of 1.1 billion vaccines at summit with world leaders.

Syria's war: Aid agencies concerned about children's safety

Around 40,000 children are living in the Al Hol and Roj refugee camps in northeast Syria where violence is a daily threat.

Around 40,000 children are living in the Al Hol and Roj refugee camps in northeast Syria where violence is a daily threat.

Coronavirus in numbers: UK records 36,710 new cases

The Government said a further 182 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Thursday, bringing the UK total to 135,803. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have now been 160,000 ...

The Government said a further 182 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Thursday, bringing the UK total to 135,803. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have now been 160,000 ...

Boy who survived cable car crash in custody battle

A Tel Aviv family court held its first hearing on Thursday in a custody battle over a six-year-old boy, the sole survivor of an Italian cable car disaster, who was taken to Israel by his grandfather without permission of family in Italy.

A Tel Aviv family court held its first hearing on Thursday in a custody battle over a six-year-old boy, the sole survivor of an Italian cable car disaster, who was taken to Israel by his grandfather without permission of family in Italy.

Spiky fossil of new dinosaur species found in Morocco

An unusual fossil with a series of spikes has been revealed to be the remains of a newly discovered species of dinosaur. Palaeontologist Susannah Maidment, a researcher at the Natural History Museum, explains the finding.

An unusual fossil with a series of spikes has been revealed to be the remains of a newly discovered species of dinosaur. Palaeontologist Susannah Maidment, a researcher at the Natural History Museum, explains the finding.

Meghan says it's 'wonderful' to be back in New York on visit to One World Trade Centre

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited One World Trade Centre, with Meghan saying it was "wonderful" to be back in New York. Harry and Meghan posed for photographs in the observatory at the top of the skyscraper against a panoramic backdro...

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited One World Trade Centre, with Meghan saying it was "wonderful" to be back in New York. Harry and Meghan posed for photographs in the observatory at the top of the skyscraper against a panoramic backdro...

Woman to continue fight over Down's syndrome abortion law

A woman with Down's syndrome has vowed to continue her legal battle against the Government over legislation which allows the abortion of babies with the condition up until birth. Heidi Crowter, 26, from Coventry, is one of three claimants who bro...

A woman with Down's syndrome has vowed to continue her legal battle against the Government over legislation which allows the abortion of babies with the condition up until birth. Heidi Crowter, 26, from Coventry, is one of three claimants who bro...

Covid shot a must for US athletes at Winter Olympics

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee on Wednesday said all U.S. athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lauren Anthony has more.

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee on Wednesday said all U.S. athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lauren Anthony has more.

Police insist London's streets 'safe for women' as appeals made over Sabina Nessa murder

Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry insists London's "streets are safe for women" following the murder of Sabina Nessa.

Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry insists London's "streets are safe for women" following the murder of Sabina Nessa.

Taiwan flags risk if China joins pact first

Taiwan flagged a potential political roadblock to its own bid joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) if China joins first.

Taiwan flagged a potential political roadblock to its own bid joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) if China joins first.

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