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La Palma volcano: Weeping for those who've lost everything
Le Palma's donation centre is a place for evacuated residents to find clothes and food, and also a place for them to console each other.
Taliban outlaws barbers in Afghanistan's Helmand province from shaving or trimming beards
Barbers in Afghanistan's Helmand province have been banned by the Taliban from shaving or trimming beards.
North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile into sea as it accuses US of hostility
North Korea has fired a short-range missile towards the sea off its east coast, South Korea's military and Tokyo officials have said.
Kate Moss: Peta urges model to ditch animal fur after Saint Lauren ends use
Animal rights group Peta has urged Kate Moss to stop wearing fur after luxury brand Saint Lauren ditched the material.
German election: Parties set for coalition talks after Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's party
Germany's Social Democrats (SDP) will seek to start the process of trying to form a three-way alliance and lead the government for the first time in 16 years after Sunday's tight election results.
German election: What will the make-up of the ruling coalition look like?
Olaf Scholz, the candidate for chancellor for the party with the most seats after the German election, says he is ready to start negotiations to form a coalition that will allow him to lead his country.
Crete: One dead and 20 injured after 5.8 magnitude earthquake hits Greek island
One person has died and at least 20 others have been injured after a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Greek island of Crete.
European Super League: UEFA drops case against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid
UEFA has dropped its legal case against three clubs who remain committed to the European Super League.
South Korea: President Moon Jae-in says 'time has come' to consider dog meat ban
South Korea's president has said the country should consider banning the eating of dog meat.
China accuses British navy of 'evil intentions' as UK warship sails through Taiwan Strait
A British warship has sailed through the Taiwan Strait - a move that angered China, which claims self-governing Taiwan as part of its territory.