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Covid: Brazil's Bolsonaro 'should be charged with crimes against humanity'

A big inquiry is presenting final findings into the Brazilian leader's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Syria war: Deadly bomb blasts hit military bus in Damascus

At least 14 people are reported to have died in the bloodiest attack in the Syrian capital in years.

Ex-German soldiers arrested over alleged terror plot in Yemen's war

The former soldiers are accused of trying to form a mercenary force to fight in Yemen's civil war.

Aryan Khan: Bollywood actor's son bail plea rejected in drugs case

Aryan Khan, Shah Rukh Khan's son, was arrested on 3 October over drug charges.

Capitol riot: Lawmakers vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt

Steve Bannon could be prosecuted for refusing to give evidence on the Capitol riot.

Benzema on trial in French sex tape blackmail case

The Real Madrid footballer is accused of complicity in an attempt to blackmail Mathieu Valbuena.

Uttarakhand: At least 46 killed in floods in Himalayan state

Unusually heavy rainfall has triggered flash floods in India's northern state of Uttarakhand.

North Korea claims test of new submarine-launched missile

Pyongyang confirmed the test a day after South Korea detected a ballistic missile had been fired.

Myanmar: Mass release of political prisoners

Some of the political prisoners released by the authorities in Myanmar describe how they endured life in jail.

Rachel Levine: Transgender official sworn in as four-star admiral

Dr Rachel Levine is already the nation's most prominent openly transgender federal official.

Michael Slater: Australian ex-cricketer arrested over alleged domestic violence

The former batsman was arrested in Sydney over an alleged domestic violence incident.

IMF warns Afghanistan's economic slump will impact neighbours

Afghanistan's economic turmoil will fuel a refugee crisis impacting nearby countries, the fund warned.

When a cobra became a murder weapon in India

A 28-year-old man killed his wife using a cobra, in what prosecutors say is the first crime of its kind.

The US suburban couple accused of a bungled treason plot

The Toebbes seemed to have everything - so why did they allegedly try to sell nuclear secrets?

The Indian women widowed by Covid-19

In India, Covid has widowed thousands of women, who are now struggling to adjust to a new life.

Sudan on the brink amid scramble for democracy

A power-sharing deal between the military and civilians is under pressure with concerns of violence.

The shortages hitting countries around the world

People and businesses across the world are facing shortages of everything from coal to coffee.

Capitol riots officer: The moment the mob took me

Video from outside the Capitol shows police officer Mike Fanone scream as he was tasered in the head.

The key moments of Colin Powell's life

The son of Jamaican immigrants, his story was hailed as an example of what's possible in America.

Life at 50C: The Baghdad traffic cop who works in 50C heat

In Baghdad, Sergeant Saa’d has to brave increasingly extreme conditions to keep the city moving.

Covid: Australia's Flying Doctors take vaccines to vast remote areas

The famed service is helping solve the immense challenge of vaccinating remote Australia.

Uttarakhand floods: The dramatic moment a car with people is pulled from a river

Officials used cranes to pull it - and its occupants - to safety.

Ros Atkins on… Europe's climate challenge

Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.

COP26: Does a climate summit need 25,000 people? And more questions

BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.

The climate activists who want Norway to end oil and gas production

The BBC's Nick Beake meets the young climate activists trying to stop Norway drilling for oil and gas.

COP26: What is the Glasgow climate conference and why is it important?

A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.

What is climate change? A really simple guide

World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.

I get abuse and threats online - why can't it be stopped?

Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?


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