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Paris attack: Stabbing near Charlie Hebdo office 'an act of terror'
Two people were seriously wounded near the former offices of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Breonna Taylor: Louisville police shooting suspect held on $1m bail
Larynzo Johnson, 26, is accused of shooting two policemen during protests for Breonna Taylor.
Ukraine military plane crash: Cadets among at least 22 people killed
The aircraft, carrying air force cadets, was on a training flight when it came down near Kharkiv.
Amy Coney Barrett 'to be picked by Trump for Supreme Court'
The 48-year-old judge and former law professor from Indiana is a favourite of social conservatives.
Mumbi collapse: The man who filmed his ordeal under rubble
Khalid Khan was trapped for 10 hours after a building collapsed in the Indian city of Mumbai.
Coronavirus: Two million deaths 'very likely' even with vaccine, WHO warns
A top health expert says an "unimaginable" death toll is possible, even if vaccines are developed.
Cardinal Becciu: Vatican official forced out in rare resignation
Cardinal Becciu managed a controversial deal to buy a luxury London property with church funds.
Auschwitz Memorial director offers to serve sentence for Nigeria 'blasphemy' boy
Polish historian says he will serve part of the jail term of a boy, 13, convicted of blasphemy in Nigeria.
Kim Jong-un apologises for killing of South Korean official - South
Seoul said the man was shot dead and set alight while allegedly trying to defect to the North.
Lizzo says body positivity has become too 'commercialised' and 'cool'
Pop star Lizzo says the movement has been hijacked by those who don't need to benefit from it.
SP Balasubrahmanyam: Legendary Indian singer dies
SP Balasubrahmanyam sang more than 40,000 songs for films in 16 Indian languages.
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
EU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court.
Philippines Troll Patrol: The woman taking on trolls on their own turf
Pro-government trolling has become rampant online in the Philippines, but some people have had enough.
Week in pictures: 19 - 25 September 2020
A selection of remarkable images taken around the world this week.
Rimbaud and Verlaine: France agonises over digging up gay poets
There is mounting pressure to have two of France's best-loved poets reinterred in the Paris Pantheon.
Singapore in world first for facial verification
The technology is being rolled out countrywide as part of Singapore's national identity scheme.
The German medical students who want to learn about abortion
Lack of training is restricting access to abortion in Germany, but students are trying to change that.
Courtroom escape sends police officer flying down stairs
A deputy went down the stairs head first trying to catch the defendant as he made a run for it.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Personal trainer honours her with push-ups by casket
The late Supreme Court justice's personal trainer pays his respects as she lies in state at the US Capitol.
'My music students created an album in lockdown'
The pandemic didn't stop Grammy-nominated musician Nathalie Joachim and her class from making music.
Breonna Taylor: ‘Painful to be a black woman right now' says Yandy Smith-Harris
Activist and businesswoman Yandy Smith-Harris shares her reaction to the Breonna Taylor case decision.
Breonna Taylor's mother reacts: 'I am an angry black woman'
Tamika Palmer reacts to the grand jury decision in the case, in a statement read by her sister.
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