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The Pantanal: How wildfire devastated life in the world's largest tropical wetland
A speedboat skims across the waters of the Piquiri river in central Brazil; on board are a group of vets and animal trackers.
Claremont killings: Alleged serial killer Bradley Edwards found guilty of two of three murders from 1990s
A man accused of being Australia's Claremont serial killer has been found guilty of murdering two young women in the 1990s.
China emissions pledge could help the world avoid climate catastrophe, says top diplomat
Catastrophic climate change could be avoided because of China's promise to be carbon neutral by 2060, the UK's climate diplomat has told Sky News.
Breonna Taylor: Fury as no police charged directly over fatal shooting
A police officer has been indicted following the death of Breonna Taylor in March - but not on charges directly linked to her being shot.
Madeleine McCann: Suspect Christian B has appeal rejected by European Court of Justice
The prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case has had an appeal rejected in the European Court of Justice.
Alexei Navalny calls discharge from hospital 'miracle' after novichok poisoning
Russian opposition figurehead Alexei Navalny says it is a "miracle" he has been discharged from hospital after being treated for novichok poisoning.
Europe's migration headache 'is getting worse quickly', says Maltese foreign minister
Europe's plans to tackle the arrival of migrants and refugees risks being undermined by the economic effects of COVID-19, according to one of the nations most profoundly affected by migration.
Coronavirus: Madrid in lockdown as doctor warns Britons to follow the new rules or pay the price
A front line doctor in Madrid has urged Britons to stay strong and obey the rules as the country faces a second wave of coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Dogs deployed at Helsinki Airport to sniff out virus
An airport in Finland is using sniffer dogs to detect passengers infected with coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Trump says 200,000 US deaths is 'a shame'
Donald Trump has referred to the death of 200,000 people from coronavirus in the US - the highest figure of any country in the world - as "a shame".
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