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Novak Djokovic booted out of US Open after hitting line judge
Coronavirus: Brussels protesters demand help for entertainment sector
Protesters gathered in the Belgian capital Brussels to demand more government support for the entertainment sector
Coronavirus: Britain records highest daily number of cases since May
Almost 3,000 new coronavirus cases were announced on Sunday in the UK, a number the health secretary described as "concerning"
Instagram apologises for disabling accounts of Charlie Hebdo staff
Two journalists at Charlie Hebdo reported their Instagram accounts had been disabled after they shared the magazine’s front page which carries depictions of the prophet Muhammad.
Undercover journalist reports on alleged failings in French police
A French journalist who joined the police for two years says he found a culture of racism and "banal" violence as well a force that closes ranks to protest a minority of rogue officers.
Tens of thousands take to Belarus streets against Lukashenko
Scores arrested at protest over Hong Kong election delay
Nearly 100 people were arrested by Hong Kong police on Sunday as riot officers swooped on democracy protesters opposed to the postponement of local elections.
First chord change in seven years for John Cage organ composition
Play it slow: Composer John Cage's 639-year legacy to the world undergoes its first chord change for seven years
Two French soldiers killed by homemade bomb in northern Mali
Belarusian opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya to meet Polish PM
COVID-19: seven French departments marked as coronavirus 'red zones'
Austrian breaks world record with extreme ice feat
An Austrian extreme athlete on Saturday broke his own world record by spending more than two-and-a-half hours submerged in ice.
Climate protesters return to the streets of Europe's capitals
Environmental protesters returned to the streets of Europe's capitals to continue a week of demonstrations that have seen many arrests.
Authorities move hundreds of migrants from crowded Lampedusa centre
The move aimed to relieve some of the severe overcrowding at the centre, although it remains hugely oversubscribed.
Typhoon Haishen moves on to South Korea after battering Japan
It brought heavy storm surges and winds of over 160km/h.
Birmingham stabbings: Man arrested after brutal knife attacks
One man was killed after being stabbed in the city centre of Birmingham. Seven others were injured.
The 2020 WorldSkills Russia National Competition will be the largest ever thanks to distance tech
The WorldSkills Russia National Competition takes place annually and brings outstanding students and trainers of technical and vocational education from around the country.