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Wildfire rages in southern Spain forcing over 3,000 to evacuate
Firefighters and emergency workers are battling the blaze, which broke our on Thursday in the mountains near the town of Almonaster la Real, 120 kilometres northwest of the city of Seville.
London stages 'die-in' protest against police brutality and racism
Dozens of protesters staged a "die-in" protest in central London on Sunday, against police brutality and anti-black racism.
'Glampervans': The surprising UK winner of the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID crisis in the UK has sparked increased interest in glampervans as people look for ways to socially distance on holiday.
Mourning and masks: Shiites in Iran mark Ashoura amid COVID-19
Ashoura Day falls on the 10th of the Islamic month of Muharram and is preceded by days of commemoration and remembrance.
Dozens detained in Belarus anti-government protest
Thousands took to the streets in a third weekend of rallies against President Lukashenko.
Migrants move off Banksy rescue vessel as ships come to its aid
All migrants aboard a rescue boat funded by British street artist Banksy have been transferred to other boats, the team behind the mission said after its pink and white boat carrying more than 200 passengers sent out an urgent appeal for help.
Senior French military officer suspected of spying for Russia
The officer was a lieutenant-colonel stationed with NATO in Italy.
New York museums and galleries reopen
New York City galleries and museums have opened their doors to visitors after being forced to close by the coronavirus pandemic
Trump supporters clash with Black Lives Matter protesters in Portland
Portland has seen nightly protests for more than three months after the police killing of Black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Turkish lake turns into migrant graveyard
Lake Van, Turkey's biggest lake in the far east of the country, makes up part of the deadly route for Afghan, Pakistani and other migrants seeking security and economic opportunities in Europe.
Montenegro's ruling party could lose power for first time in 30 years
Montenegro's pro-Western president could struggle to put together a government after close, bitterly-contested election.
'Unsustainable': Lampedusa calls for help after mass migrant arrival
The Italian coast guard also transported to Lampedusa another 49 people on Saturday from Banksy's rescue ship Louise Michel.
Coronavirus: Global cases pass 25 million
The global caseload has just topped 25 million, but protests against confinement measures keep growing in Europe and around the world.
Israel protests roar on as pressure mounts on Netanyahu
Thousands of Israelis protested in Jerusalem on Saturday as summer-long demonstrations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu maintained their momentum.
Republic of North Macedonia
North Macedonia: Parliament begins debate on new government
Zoran Zaev's Social Democrats won the majority of seats in July's election.
Trump visits hurricane-hit US states of Louisiana and Texas
The US president took a first-hand look at some of the devastation caused by Hurricane Laura.