Prince Charles to reassure Greece post-Brexit ties will be ‘strong and vital’

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The Prince of Wales is to deliver a post Brexit message of friendship to the people of Greece, describing the ties with the UK as "strong and vital".

Myanmar: Girl, 7, reported shot dead in brutal crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Myanmar

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A seven year-old girl has died after being shot at her home in Myanmar by security forces, staff at a funeral service have said.

At least 15 people killed and 400 unaccounted for after fire in Rohingya refugee...

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At least 15 people have been killed after a "devastating" fire ripped through a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, the UN refugee agency has said.

Australia floods: The town ‘smashed’ as water levels rose 40ft in hours

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Reporter David Richardson shares how people desperately try to save their homes from being destroyed by the torrential rain and floods in Windsor, Sydney.

Australian PM Scott Morrison condemns ‘sickening’ sex acts ‘filmed in parliament’

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A staff member of an MP has been sacked over "disgusting and sickening" behaviour in the latest sex scandal to hit Australia's government.

Israel votes in fourth election in two years as Benjamin Netanyahu hopes vaccine success...

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Israelis are at the polls again as the country holds its fourth parliamentary election in two years.

COVID-19: Germany extends lockdown as infection rates almost double in three weeks

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Germany's lockdown restrictions have been extended for almost another month as the country faces a rising rate of coronavirus infections.

COVID-19: As fears of a third wave mount, what’s going on in Europe?

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As fears of a third COVID-19 wave mount and British holidaymakers brace themselves for a second year without a break abroad, all eyes are on Europe.

Katherine Diaz: Olympic-hopeful surfer killed by lightning at El Salvador beach

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A surfer who hoped to make this year's Olympics has been killed by lightning as she entered the water.

Uighurs: UK sanctions four Chinese officials over ‘appalling violations’ of human rights in Xinjiang

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Four Chinese officials will be sanctioned by the UK over "appalling violations" of human rights against Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, the foreign secretary has announced.

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