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New Caledonia protestor killed by policeman after Macron visit

A French policeman has killed a protester in France's Pacific territory of New Caledonia. Seven people have now died in a week of violence...

Russia’s removal of Estonian border markers ‘unacceptable’

The European Union has denounced Russia's removal of buoys marking the border with Estonia on the Narva River.A total of 24 out of 50...

UN expert warns of genocide in Darfur city of El Fasher

Sudan's Darfur region is facing a growing risk of genocide as the world's attention is focused on conflicts in Ukraine and Gaza, a UN...

Shiba inu dog was meme and face of Dogecoin

Kabosu, the dog behind the "doge" meme, has died after 14 years of internet fame, her owner has said.The Japanese shiba inu inspired a...

WW2 submarine wreck found off Philippines

The wreckage of a US Navy submarine that sank the most Japanese warships during World War Two has been found in the South China...

Many feared dead in massive landslide

A massive landslide is feared to have killed many after it struck six remote villages in Papua New Guinea, local officials and aid agencies...

Beijing really doesn’t like Taiwan’s new president

15 minutes agoRupert Wingfield-Hayes,BBC News, TaipeiReutersSome scholars in Taiwan will tell you such language is important, and that Mr Lai has crossed a dangerous...

Czech president injured while racing motorcycle

Czech President Petr Pavel has been taken to hospital after injuring himself while riding a motorcycle, his office has said.It said the injuries "are...

Trump seeks to win over New York black and Latino voters

ReutersDonald Trump has held a campaign rally in New York's South Bronx neighbourhood as he seeks to win over black and Latino voters ahead...

NCAA votes to approve payments to student athletes

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which governs university sports in the US, has reached a deal that could lead to college athletes getting paid.The agreement was reached on Thursday after...

US reviews co-operation with Georgia over ‘foreign agent’ law

The US has said it is reviewing its bilateral co-operation with Georgia over its controversial "foreign agent" law that triggered weeks of mass protests...

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