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Covid: US opens up to fully vaccinated EU and UK passengers

The move answers a major demand from European allies at a time of strained diplomatic relations.

Hotel Rwanda hero Paul Rusesabagina convicted on terror charges

A Rwandan court finds Paul Rusesabagina guilty of supporting a terrorist group.

Russia shooting: Gunman kills several at Perm University

The attacker is said to have walked on to the university campus on Monday morning and started shooting.

Aukus: France pulls out of UK defence talks amid row

Paris is angry after Australia cancelled a submarine contract in favour of a deal with the UK and US.

Endangered South African penguins killed by swarm of bees near Cape Town

More than 60 protected birds were found on the beach with multiple bee-stings but no other injuries.

Canary Islands: Lava from erupting volcano destroys homes

The volcano on La Palma continues to spew lava after 5,000 were evacuated from villages in its path.

Russia election: Putin's party wins election marred by fraud claims

The pro-Kremlin United Russia wins a parliamentary majority, but loses some ground.

Gabby Petito: Body matching missing woman found in Wyoming

Crews searching for the missing Florida woman have found a body in a national park, the FBI says.

China: Children given daily time limit on Douyin - its version of TikTok

Douyin users aged under 14 will be limited to 40 minutes a day on the platform.

Aukus could trigger a 'nuclear arms race', says North Korea

Pyongyang said the pact would "upset the strategic balance in the Asia-Pacific region".

Migrants in Texas: US flies Haitian migrants back home from border

Hundreds of would-be immigrants camped under a bridge on the US-Mexico border are returned to Haiti.

My husband and son fought in Afghanistan - it changed all of us

America's two decades in Afghanistan impacted those who served - and the families waiting at home.

Paul Rusesabagina: From Hotel Rwanda hero to convicted terrorist

Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.

My dad, held hostage in Iran

London-based baker Elika Ashoori is campaigning to bring her father home from jail in Iran.

Giving birth under the Taliban

Pregnant women, new mothers and infants are bearing the brunt of a worsening healthcare crisis.

Canada election: What you need to know about the campaign

Canadians are voting on Monday and Justin Trudeau's party faces a stiff challenge to retain power.

South African whistle-blower: I don't feel safe

Mosilo Mothepu has paid a heavy price for speaking out about corruption in her firm.

US-UK-Australia pact delivers France some hard truths

The BBC's Hugh Schofield assesses the harsh realities for France after Australia's US-UK deal.

Can apps manage our chronic health conditions?

A Swedish tech firm has created an app to help alleviate people's joint pain.

From Katrina to Ida: How US presidents react to climate change and natural disasters

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, US presidents have realised the impact of their reactions to extreme weather.

Fake Paralympians boss: 'I didn't know about cheating'

The man fined for sending non-disabled athletes to the Sydney Paralympics breaks his silence.

La Palma volcano: Lava destroys homes in the Canary Islands

A volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma has demolished homes and caused evacuations.

Fauci looks to boost vaccines as US infections rise

The US daily death toll from Covid-19 has risen above 2,000 for the first time since February.

Street dreams of Nairobi dance crew hoping to beat the odds

A group of street dancers in Nairobi, Kenya, struggle against the odds to become celebrities.

Afghanistan: The 'shattered dreams' of the Ariana cabin crew

The BBC's Lyse Doucet meets the female crew of Afghanistan's national airline, who are in hiding.

Volcano on Canary Island La Palma erupts, spewing ash and lava into national park

Video shows the volcano, on La Palma, spewing ash and lava in its first major eruption since 1971.


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