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Myanmar sees deadliest day as 38 protesters killed
Security forces are accused of opening fire without warning on protesters in several cities.
ICC opens 'war crimes' investigation in West Bank and Gaza
Israel rejects the court's decision to probe alleged war crimes, while the Palestinians praise it.
Covid: Biden promises vaccines for all US adults by end of May
The US president also insists the "fight is not over", as some states move to relax Covid rules.
Germany to spy on far-right AfD party, reports say
The intelligence services have not publicly confirmed the move, which the AfD is fighting in court.
Man guilty of killing 10 in Toronto attack
A judge ruled against Alek Minassian, whose lawyers said he was not criminally responsible due to autism.
'Vaccine, vaccine' - Dolly sings before Covid-19 jab
"Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine,” the country star sings before she receives a jab.
Covid: Police break up 'fake vaccine network' in China and South Africa
Thousands of doses of suspected counterfeit vaccine are seized by police in China and South Africa.
Greece earthquake shakes shop and collapses buildings
The 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck near the city of Larissa, but was felt across the country.
Covid-19: Backlash in Spain over princesses getting UAE vaccines
The sisters say they were offered the jab when visiting their father in the United Arab Emirates.
French photojournalist in coma after youth gang attack
Christian Lantenois, 65, was assaulted with his own camera while covering youth violence in Reims.
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