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Jimmy Lai, the owner of Hong Kong’s last opposition newspaper, is a fierce critic of Beijing.
Musician Dan Caplen is in Saint Vincent and shows the impact of the recent volcanic eruption.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer "wouldn't go against the players" like former manager Jose Mourinho.
Many people are also injured as a gunman opens fire at a FedEx site before reportedly killing himself.
Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin's beloved father died in 2020, and it's given her a change in perspective before Beijing 2022.
Covid restrictions mean only 30 mourners will be allowed to attend the funeral of the duke.
Researchers hope their "ultra-white" paint can save energy by reflecting sunlight from buildings.
Bodycam footage shows an officer shouting "drop it" before fatally shooting Adam Toledo in the chest.
World 100m champion Christian Coleman has his two-year ban for missing three drug tests reduced by six months following an appeal.
Brooklyn Nets forward and seven-time All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge retires after 15 years in the NBA because of an irregular heartbeat.
When the Titanic sank, six Chinese men were rescued - but their ordeal didn't end there.
The record figures for the first quarter of the year are skewed due to last year's nationwide lockdown
A lesser known fact about the Duke of Edinburgh is he was born on a dining table in Corfu. But why?
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
Therapy with surrogate sexual partners is used in Israel to rehabilitate badly injured soldiers.
Issues of race were rarely discussed in Decorah, until a death 160 miles away changed everything.
Amid a punishing second wave, people across India are finding drugs, oxygen and beds in short supply.
The country's vaccination rollout is one of the fastest in the world, so why are Covid cases surging?
Catherine was a big believer in anti-vaccine conspiracy theories, but has since stopped believing in them.
Smaller and more powerful lenses promise to bring even better smartphone cameras.
The boss of Europe's biggest holiday company thinks successful vaccine programmes can prevent another washout.
Scientists confirm they have made "chimera" embryos from long-tailed macaques and humans.
The US has published a vast trove of amount of information about Russian intelligence activities.
Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old father, was killed during a traffic stop in a suburb of Minneapolis.
Australia holds a dismal record on indigenous deaths in custody despite decades of calls for change.
An email from the French embassy warns of "serious threats" after anti-blasphemy protests.
Google says evidence of melting glaciers and deforestation will raise awareness of climate change.
Polish animal welfare officers responding to a call discover the creature is in fact a pastry.
As the pandemic rages in Brazil, hundreds of babies and young children are dying of Covid.
India's cases plummeted earlier this year, but are now on the rise again. What happened?
In marrying, Philip was able to regain the "simple pleasures" of family life he had lost aged eight.
Danny Stewart saw something on the floor of an NY subway station - soon he would treasure it more than anything.
How the government handled the release of a contentious report on racial disparity in the UK.
Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Hanna wanted to tell the twins taken from her at 16 - but had no way of reaching them.