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Afghanistan: Girls excluded as Afghan secondary schools reopen
"Everything looks very dark," a schoolgirl tells the BBC as schools reopen for boys but not girls.
Aukus: France recalls envoys amid security pact row
The "exceptional decision" follows a pact between Australia, the US and UK, which scuppered a French deal.
Gabby Petito: Fiance Brian Laundrie goes missing too
Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby Petito, has gone missing.
Robert Durst convicted: US millionaire found guilty of first-degree murder
Durst was convicted of killing his best friend Susan Berman in 2000, and is likely to die in prison.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika: Former Algerian president dies aged 84
Bouteflika led Algeria for 20 years, but his bid for a fifth term led to huge protests in 2019.
Canada election: Why it takes 30 years to buy a house in Canada
Canada's skyrocketing housing costs have become a key election issue this year.
Migrants in Texas: US 'to fly thousands back to Haiti'
Thousands of migrants are camping under a Texas-Mexico border bridge, in squalid conditions.
Brazil legend Pele says he is 'recovering very well' after surgery
Brazil legend Pele says he is "recovering well" from a recent operation after briefly being readmitted to intensive care.
Police warn of threats ahead of right-wing rally at US Capitol
Fencing has been erected at the US Capitol to prevent chaos similar to the 6 January pro-Trump riot.
Afghanistan: US admits Kabul drone strike killed civilians
An inquiry finds the strike, days before the US pullout, killed 10 members of a family - not militants.
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