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UK's Boris Johnson faces questions over flat refurbishment funding
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing questions about the refurbishment of his flat on London's Downing Street amid allegations by his former advisor.
Pandemic fuels rise in poverty in Peru
Thousands of people left without homes amid the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic are now occupying a temporary settlement on the outskirts of the Peruvian capital Lima.
Sharks and rays released into new sanctuary home
A number of sharks and rays have been released into their new home at the Jebel Ali Wildlife Sanctuary.
SpaceX Crew Dragon arrives with 4 astronauts at space station
Four astronauts who lifted off from Earth on Friday docked at the International Space Station.
Armenians visit memorial to victims of 1915 massacres
Armenians visited the country's memorial to the victims of massacres, deportations and forced marches under the rule of the Ottoman Empire.
Nurse in Colombia travels on motorbike to vaccinate people
A nurse in Colombia travels on his motorbike or on foot to vaccinate people over the age of 70.
Man arrested in Mallorca for allegedly infecting 22 people with COVID
Spanish police said a man in Mallorca went about his "normal life" despite COVID-19 symptoms and a PCR test, eventually infecting 22 people with the virus.
Liverpool, Manchester United fans protest against American owners
Fans of Liverpool and Manchester United called for the removal of their clubs' American owners during protests outside their stadiums prompted by the ill-fated European Super League project on Saturday.
India sets another global daily record of 346,000 COVID-19 cases
India reported 346,786 new coronavirus cases in a day. The country has reported more than 16 million infections since the beginning of the pandemic.
Four astronauts on Elon Musk's SpaceX capsule dock at space station
This was SpaceX’s third crew flight for NASA.
Angela Merkel defends 'tough' emergency COVID-19 measures
Germany's parliament passed new nationwide rules to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Nightly clashes in Jerusalem continue during holy month of Ramadan
The clashes, injuring four police and six protesters, have become an almost nightly occurrence since Ramadan started nearly two weeks ago.
US resumes Johnson & Johnson vaccinations despite clot reports
US regulators recommended restarting vaccinations with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 jab, saying they are confident it is "safe and effective".
It's the Oscars, Jim, but not as we know it.
This year's event was prepared remotely meaning that actors and directors did not get the chance to schmooze their way to the top spots. As a result, Oscar-watchers expect a different kind of Academy Awards on Sunday.
French research subjects emerge after 40 days, 40 nights underground
The eight men and seven women had no clocks, no sunlight, and no contact with the world above.
Armenia remembers the victims of mass killings by Turkey in 1915
The US is preparing to recognise the killings as genocide.
Albanian elections seen as key milestone on road to EU membership
Albanians go to the polls on Sunday in an election that is seen as a key milestone on its roadmap to European Union membership
Merkel wants more EU self-reliance over Covid-19 vaccine production
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to see more EU self-reliance in the pharmaceutical sector after Covid-19 vaccine supply worries
The most striking images from this week's top stories
The key stories of the week, captured by photographers around the world.
Indonesia locates wreckage of missing submarine on ocean floor
Experts feared that the vessel has sunk too deep to withstand the pressure of water on the hull.
President Biden recognises Armenian killings as 'genocide'
Biden had pledged during his campaign to recognise the World War I-era massacres as "genocide". Turkey's foreign ministry said in a statement that Biden's recognition of the killings as such was based on "political motives".
China hits back at UK over accusations of Uyghur genocide
China says that the internment camps for Muslim Uyghurs are designed to teach the Chinese language, job skills, and counter-terrorism.
These 'wine temples' changed Argentina's wine industry
Wine tasting in Argentina is like a religion at these ‘wine temples’