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Schoolgirl admits lying about teacher beheaded in France terror attack
Schoolgirl admits lying about teacher beheaded in France terror attack

A French schoolgirl has admitted to lying about a teacher before he was beheaded in an Islamist terror attack last year.

New murder charge for officer on trial for George Floyd’s death
New murder charge for officer on trial for George Floyd’s death

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis led to worldwide protests over police brutality and racial injustice.

Snapchat Bans Donald Trump Permanently From Site
Snapchat Bans Donald Trump Permanently From Site

Image-centric social network Snapchat on Wednesday said it has permanently banned US President Donald Trump from the platform, as voices are raised against keeping him off the internet stage.

Irakli Gharibashvili set to return as Georgia's prime minister
Irakli Gharibashvili set to return as Georgia's prime minister

It comes after the surprise resignation of Giorgi Gakharia this week.

 Alabama grapples with deadliest week yet during pandemic
Alabama grapples with deadliest week yet during pandemic

Alabama has extended its mask mandate as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations remain high and intensive care unit capacity is stretched.

Escaping the 'land of fear': Crisis in Mozambique as half a million people flee Islamist insurgency
Escaping the 'land of fear': Crisis in Mozambique as half a million people flee Islamist insurgency

You can see the boats sail into Pakaquiteta beach every morning, carrying people and possessions from an area in Mozambique that is known as "the land of fear".

 Ủy ban Quốc gia phòng, chống AIDS, ma túy và mại dâm có thành viên mới
Ủy ban Quốc gia phòng, chống AIDS, ma túy và mại dâm có thành viên mới

Thủ tướng Chính phủ vừa ban hành quyết định thay đổi, bổ sung thành viên Ủy ban Quốc gia phòng, chống AIDS và phòng, chống tệ nạn ma túy, mại dâm.

 Lieutenant governor digs in heels on 'Wuhan virus' tweet
Lieutenant governor digs in heels on 'Wuhan virus' tweet

Ohio’s lieutenant governor is digging in his heels on a tweet in which he referred to COVID-19 as the “Wuhan virus."

Actor brings political message to César film awards
Actor brings political message to César film awards

Actor Corinne Masiero presented the Best Costume Award dressed as a donkey covered in fake blood with "Give us back the art Jean," written on her back as she stripped naked, making a reference to Prime Minister Jean Castex after theatres and cinemas remain closed because of the pandemic.

Thai court gives record 43-year sentence for insulting king
Thai court gives record 43-year sentence for insulting king

A court in Thailand on Tuesday sentenced a former civil servant to a record prison term of 43 years and six months for breaching the country's strict law on insulting or defaming the monarchy, lawyers said.

US report expected to blame Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's murder
US report expected to blame Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's murder

The US government is expected to release a declassified intelligence report that finds the Saudi crown prince responsible for approving the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Russia guilty of violations during 2008 war with Georgia, says Europe's top court
Russia guilty of violations during 2008 war with Georgia, says Europe's top court

President Salome Zurabishvili described the ruling as “historic."

 Kids found after dad's delivery van stolen in San Francisco
Kids found after dad's delivery van stolen in San Francisco

The minivan they were in was stolen when their father jumped out to deliver food

Biden inauguration: Anxiety in Washington evident as false alarm interrupts rehearsal
Biden inauguration: Anxiety in Washington evident as false alarm interrupts rehearsal

The U.S. Capitol briefly locked down, illustrating the fear that has gripped the city since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection by pro-Trump rioters and prompted extraordinary security measures.

Year after Ukraine plane downed by Iran, civilian jets still at risk
Year after Ukraine plane downed by Iran, civilian jets still at risk

A lead investigator says Iran hasn't answered many questions about the shootdown of the civilian jet, but it wasn't the 1st such disaster, and he fears it won't be the last.

Biden Adminstration ''Anti-Jobs'', ''Anti-Science'': Donald Trump
Biden Adminstration ''Anti-Jobs'', ''Anti-Science'': Donald Trump

In his first public speech since leaving office in January, former US president Donald Trump indicated he might launch a third presidential bid in 2024, called for Republican Party unity and slammed...

Amazon directs customers to vaccine misinformation, study finds
Amazon directs customers to vaccine misinformation, study finds

The world's largest online retailer Amazon directs customers towards books containing vaccine misinformation, a new study has found.

Joe Biden travels to Texas amid recovery effort from deadly winter storm
Joe Biden travels to Texas amid recovery effort from deadly winter storm

More than a million people in the state are still under orders to boil water before drinking it after millions lost power and water pipes burst in an extreme cold snap.

Alexei Navalny accuses Russian government of intimidation tactics in court appearance
Alexei Navalny accuses Russian government of intimidation tactics in court appearance

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny denounced a Moscow court hearing Tuesday on whether he should be sent to prison for years, calling it a vain attempt by the Kremlin to scare millions of Russians into submission.

Trump baby blimp retired to museum ahead of Biden inauguration
Trump baby blimp retired to museum ahead of Biden inauguration

A six-metre-high blimp depicting a nappy-wearing baby Donald Trump has been added to the Museum of London's collection.