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  • A man walks across a rugby field during heavy flooding in South Africa

    Weather tracker: South Africa floods kill at least 11 people

    Cape Town mayor declares major incident as roads closed and 80,000 people left without electricity
  • A vehicle and a giraffe in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.

    Investigation launched into killings and evictions on World Bank tourism project

  • Michael, 38, from Benin City, Nigeria

    ‘I had to drink my own urine to survive’: Africans tell of being forced into the desert at Tunisia border

  • Pato, a migrant from Cameroon, holds a phone showing a picture of him with his family as he gives an interview at an undisclosed location near Tripoli.

    ‘It’s a torment’: refugee tells how his family died in desert on quest for a future in Europe

  • President Emmerson Mnangagwa announces his new cabinet at the State House in Harare

    Zimbabwe opposition figures detained in crackdown after disputed election

  • Black Africans march with a sign saying Operation Dudula. A man holds a placard saying "Illegally foreirvers [sic] kills our children"

    South African anti-migrant ‘vigilantes’ register as party for next year’s polls

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  • A Banco do Brasil branch in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 4 May 2023.

    Brazil bank’s past slavery ties to be investigated in unprecedented inquiry

    Banco do Brasil, one of country’s biggest banks, under scrutiny as institutions called to account for role in trafficking of Africans
  • The side of a school bus with cordon tape that reads "CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS".

    Peruvian man arrested for making more than 150 bomb threats to US schools

  • A large electrical power plant with a ship anchored beside it.

    Cuban officials warn of increased blackouts due to fuel shortages

  • IDPN campaign Brazil.

    Brazilians push to make dream of Black woman on supreme court a reality

  • A black bear eats tacos and enchiladas at a family picnic in Chipinque Park on the outskirts of the northern city of Monterrey.

    Woman shields son from black bear eating birthday picnic in Mexico

  • Speaker of the House of Commons Anthony Rota looks on at the Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada September 25, 2023. REUTERS/Blair Gable

    Canada parliament speaker resigns after calling Ukrainian Nazi veteran a ‘hero’

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  • José Ramos-Horta

    José Ramos-Horta says Australian intelligence agencies ‘know very well’ China deal is of no concern

    Timor-Leste’s president alludes to 2004 spying scandal as he brushes off concerns about new strategic partnership with Beijing
  • Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, the Maldives president, shows his ink-marked finger after casting his ballot during the first round of the presidential election

    Maldives election run-off pitched as fork in the road between India and China

  • What The Papers Say composite for Monday, 28th November featuring the front page of The Global Times and China Daily

    China’s manipulation of media threatens global freedoms, says US report

  • man in suit

    Evergrande founder ‘being investigated for suspected crimes’

  • PNG-operated accommodation for detainees after the closure of the Manus centre

    Refugees in PNG told they will be evicted after Australian-sponsored housing bills not paid

  • A man walks past a television in Seoul, South Korea, showing a news item about the US soldier Travis King.

    US?soldier who fled to North Korea in July lands at Texas military base

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  • Alarm clock 2am

    Confused cows and more time after work: the pros and cons of daylight saving across Australia

    At 2am on Sunday the clocks roll forward an hour in NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the ACT. So why aren’t Queensland, WA and the NT onboard?
  • The New South Wales suburb of La Perouse is seen from a commercial aircraft in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday, 16 May, 2017. (AAP Image/ Sam Mooy) NO ARCHIVING

    Man?dies after suspected whale collision capsizes boat in Sydney

  • Clostridium chauvoei bacterium and pot plant

    Australian gardener becomes first person to survive deadly flesh-eating bacteria

  • Two people in Melbourne sheltering under an umbrella from the sun

    Unseasonable heat to hit south-east Australia over grand final weekend

  • Qantas plane

    Head of Australia’s competition watchdog calls for new mandate to police airline industry

  • The Scales of Justice

    Kenyan politician who said ‘the devil has gone now’ after bashing three-year-old son jailed for manslaughter

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  • A fire burns in mined fields and forest strips near the village of Grakovo in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region

    Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 584 of the invasion

    Russian attack hits Ukrainian infrastructure in west; Putin reaffirms referendums in illegally annexed regions
  • A person almost completely covered in gear, from a helmet with goggles and mouthpiece to a dark green uniform, appears to walk away from a helicopter.

    White House warns of ‘unprecedented’ Serbian troop buildup on Kosovo border

  • Vladimir Putin meeting Russian servicemen on Friday.

    Russia-Ukraine war: Putin signs decree on autumn conscription as 130,000 face call-up – as it happened

  • A police van outside a hotel in Knowsley near Liverpool

    UK?outspends rest of Europe on housing asylum seekers by at least 40% a person

  • A woman shows a sign saying "Justice for Nahel" during a march for 17-year-old Nahel, who was killed by police.

    France faces court action over widespread use of racial profiling

  • Alberto Nú?ez Feijóo  at the parliamentary vote in Madrid on Friday.

    Spanish People’s party leader fails in bid to become prime minister – as it happened

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  • Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Palestine, Nayef al-Sudairi, and the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas

    Palestinian negotiators sceptical over potential Israel-Saudi deal

    Despite outward positivity, sources say normalisation deal unlikely to happen any time soon
  • Soldiers and emergency responders gather around ambulances carrying wounded people after a fire at a wedding in Iraq.

    More than 100 people killed after fire breaks out at Iraq wedding

  • Women and children walk at Camp Roj in Syria's north-east

    Australian women and children in squalid Syrian camp are being detained unlawfully, federal court told

  • Senator Bob Menendez gets in an elevator

    US?urged to withhold military aid to Egypt in wake of Bob Menendez charges

  • Aramco employees wearing yellow hard-hats working at the Abqaiq oil processing plant

    Petrostate windfall tax would help poor countries in climate crisis, says Brown

  • large amount of smoke bilowing in the sky above Beledweyne, Somalia

    Dozens killed and injured by truck bomb explosion in Somalian city

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  • The site of the suicide bombing that struck a procession to mark the birthday of the prophet Muhammad in Mastung

    Twin suicide attacks underline the depth of Pakistan’s crisis

    Escalating violence comes at a time when the economy is in tatters and the caretaker government powerless
  • Injured people are treated at a hospital in Mastung, near Quetta, Pakistan, after an explosion

    At?least 59 people killed in twin attacks on mosques in Pakistan

  • A Boohoo clothing label saying: 'made in Pakistan'

    Pakistan welcomes fast-fashion brand Boohoo despite poor staff safety claims

  • An undated file photo of Diego Garcia

    Tamil refugees on Diego Garcia win fight against forcible return to Sri Lanka

  • Southern white rhino roam in  South Africa

    Rhino numbers rebound as global figures reveal a win for conservation

  • Indian police officers put tape round trees.

    India suspends visa services for Canadians in further decline in relations

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  • A photo from social media shows the Flying Scotsman after it was involved in a ‘slow speed’ crash with another heritage train hours before visitors were due to board it

    Flying Scotsman involved in ‘slow speed’ crash in Scottish Highlands

    Several people received minor injuries after the heritage train was involved in a ‘shunting’ incident, according to police
  • Pret a Manger’s ‘posh’ cheese and pickle sandwich

    Sandwich price shocks but meal deal costs rise less than average food inflation

  • Person on a bike next to a van

    Sunak ‘backs drivers’ with curbs on 20mph limits and bus lanes

  • Undated handout photo issued by Merseyside Police of Jessica Baker, 15

    Teenage victim of fatal Wirral bus crash named as Jessica Baker, 15

  • Snow-covered houses in south London.

    No?10 denies plan to drop fuel payments to maintain pensions’ triple lock

  • The felled Sycamore Gap tree in Northumberland.

    Sycamore Gap: man, 60, arrested in connection with felled tree

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  • US Capitol in Washington, DC.

    Senate to vote on stopgap bill on Saturday after House Republican measure fails – as it happened

    House leadership announces votes expected for Saturday after McCarthy suffers another blog when lawmakers rejected short-term funding bill
  • Tupac Shakur

    One?of last living witnesses and ex-gang leader indicted in Tupac Shakur murder

  • US-WEATHER-FLOOD<br>A shopkeeper clears floodwater from her store in Brooklyn, New York on September 29, 2023. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)

    New?York mayor dismisses claims he was slow to react as heavy rain causes major flooding – as it happened

  • A man wearing long pants and waders stands in the middle of a completely flooded intersection holding a long pole in the water, as a blue-and-white NYPD SUV slushes past, red lights on.

    New?York declares state of emergency amid heavy rainfall and flash flooding

  • Robert F. Kennedy Jr. celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month in Los Angeles<br>epa10863457 US presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. delivers a campaign speech as he celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California, USA, 15 September 2023. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

    Robert Kennedy Jr to run for president as independent in 2024 – report

  • A general view of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon national park, Arizona.

    US?national parks set to close in event of government shutdown

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