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G7 summit: Boris Johnson urges G7 not to 'repeat the mistake' of 2008 financial crash during COVID recovery
Boris Johnson has urged world leaders not to "repeat the mistake" of the 2008 financial crisis as they met for talks on how to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Agnes Chow: Hong Kong pro-democracy activist released from prison
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow has been released from prison after serving more than six months behind bars.
They Are Us: Plans for film about Christchurch mosque attacks sparks anger among New Zealanders
New Zealand's prime minister has distanced herself from plans for a film that would focus on her response to the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Body found in bag in sea off Tenerife confirmed as missing girl Olivia Gimeno taken by her father
A body found inside a bag on the seabed off Tenerife has been confirmed as that of a missing six-year-old girl taken by her father weeks ago.
Euro 2020: Fans optimistic ahead of first match despite threat of COVID-19
Everywhere you look, there is a Euro 2020 banner.
COVID-19: How bad is coronavirus in the cities hosting Euro 2020?
Europe is gearing up to enjoy one of its most eagerly awaited football tournaments in years, as it attempts to shrug off the impact of the pandemic on organised sports.
Uighur woman breaks silence as her fears grow: 'If our genocide is fake, then where is my husband?'
Australian-born Mehray Mezensof has been married to her husband, Mirzat Taher, 30, for almost five years.
Drugs kingpin El Chapo's wife faces long sentence after admitting to helping run his empire
The wife of jailed drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has pleaded guilty to a range of charges after being accused of helping to run his vast empire.
Copa America: Brazil's top court allows tournament to go ahead despite COVID
The Copa America football tournament has been given the go-ahead to kick off in Brazil despite high numbers of COVID-19 cases in the country.
COVID-19: How many vaccines has each G7 country pledged to poorer nations?
G7 leaders are set to pledge to donate hundreds of millions of COVID vaccines to poorer countries.
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