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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Hundreds rally in Paris in support of Afghan people
Hundreds of people including many Afghans demonstrate in Paris to call for more "solidarity" with the Afghan people, a week after the Taliban takeover there.
Storm Henri approaches the northeastern shores of the United States
On the eastern tip of Long Island, in Montauk, winds lash against the coastline, but many businesses remain open to the public and some dog-owners risk facing the elements to take their four-legged friends for a walk.
Russian National Flag Day
Russian President Vladimir Putin took part in the official ceremony of hoisting the national flag in the Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill in Moscow, which marks the National Flag Day.
Women in Istanbul rally for Afghan women
Turkish women rally in front of the Afghan consulate in Istanbul, chanting "You will never walk alone" in support of Afghan women, after the Taliban seized control of Afganistan.
Henri makes landfall in northeastern United States as tropical storm
Tropical Storm Henri made landfall in Rhode Island. Just prior, it was packing maximum sustained winds of nearly 100 kilometres per hour .
Austrian chancellor says he's against taking in more Afghan refugees
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that his country had already taken in enough refugees from Afghanistan.
Merkel urges high-level meeting on eastern Ukraine in visit to Kyiv
Angela Merkel said she supported further peace talks on the situation in eastern Ukraine during her "farewell visit" to Kyiv.
Josephine Baker to become first black woman interred at Pantheon
Baker is the sixth woman and first black woman to receive the honour.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to resign in November
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced that he would resign in November to allow his successor to prepare for the 2022 elections.
Polish activists hold LGBT rights march at foot of monastery
Parades for LGBT rights took place under heavy police presence on Saturday at the foot of Catholic Poland’s most revered monastery in Czestochowa, in the south, and in Gdansk, on the Baltic coast.
Japanese FM discusses de-escalation with Iranian officials
The Iranian president met Sunday with Japan's foreign minister in the capital of Tehran and the two discussed de-escalation of tensions in the region, Iranian news agencies reported.
Thousands march at Pride Parade in Copenhagen
Thousands of people march through the streets of Copenhagen in Denmark to celebrate and defend LGBTI+ equality around the world.
COVID-19: UK to offer antibody tests to people who test positive
The surveillance programme is meant to measure the antibody levels in people before and after a COVID-19 infection.
Tony Blair: Afghanistan withdrawal is 'tragic and unnecessary'
"The abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous, unnecessary, not in their interests and not in ours," former UK PM Tony Blair wrote.
Tech this week: Could Facebook sell Instagram and WhatsApp?
Elon Musk plans the creation of a humanoid robot while Facebook is the subject of another complaint from the FTC.
At least 8 dead after Hurricane Grace hits Mexico's gulf coast
At least eight people, including children, died and three were missing after mudslides and flooding, said Cuitláhuac García, governor of Mexico's Veracruz state.
Worried about wildfires? Here's how you can help prevent them
With wildfires raging in Greece, Turkey, California, Spain and more, we take a closer look at what you can do to help.
Georgia’s bizarre festival of boulder tossing is called Kvirikoba
A look at religious rituals and some bizarre sporting traditions in Georgia's Svaneti region.
Israel strikes Gaza after violent protests along border
Israel's military bombed Palestinian militant weapons sites in the Gaza Strip early on Sunday.