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Myanmar: More than 80 dead after being fired on by rifle grenades in violent clashes over military coup
More than 80 people have been killed by rifle grenades in yet more violent clashes between the military and protesters in Myanmar.
Mozambique: Stark pictures tell horrifying tale of three days under terrorist fire
Pictures shared with Sky News, taken by survivors of the Palma terror attack in Mozambique, give a graphic illustration of a terrifying three days under fire, surrounded by insurgents.
COVID-19: World Health Organisation chief hits out at 'shocking imbalance' of vaccine doses for poorer countries
There remains a "shocking imbalance" in the global distribution of coronavirus vaccines, the head of the World Health Organisation has said.
EU seating gaffe: European Council President Charles Michel 'hasn't slept well' after seating arrangement incident
European Council President Charles Michel has said he is not sleeping well at night because he feels embarrassed about a seating arrangement incident at a meeting this week.
Prince Philip dies: Vanuatu tribe who hailed Duke of Edinburgh as a god will mark his death with ritual wailing
A tribe in the remote island nation of Vanuatu who hailed Prince Philip as a god will mark his death with ritual wailing and ceremonial dancing, an expert has said.
Prince Philip dies: The world pays tribute to 'man of great purpose and conviction'
US President Joe Biden is among world leaders who have paid tribute to Prince Philip, remembering him for his sense of duty and devotion to the Queen.
COVID-19: EU regulator reviewing possible links between Johnson & Johnson jab and blood clots
Europe's drugs regulator is reviewing possible links between blood clots and Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine.
Italy's PM brands Turkish president a 'dictator' as diplomatic row over chairs at meeting worsens
Turkey has rejected claims it snubbed European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen because she is a woman.
Explosive eruption sends ash column six miles into the sky as volcano rocks Caribbean island
An explosive eruption from La Soufriere volcano has rocked the eastern Caribbean island of St Vincent, sending ash six miles into the air.
Luxor discovery: 'Ancient Egypt's Pompeii' found as archaeologists uncover 3,400-year-old 'lost golden city'
A large pharaonic city, built more than 3,400 years ago during the opulent reign of Amenhotep III, has been uncovered in Egypt.