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Egypt: At least 41 people killed in fire at church - reports
At least 41 people have reportedly been killed in a fire at a church near Egypt's capital, Cairo.
Sir Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk after stabbing, says agent
Author Sir Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator and is able to talk, a day after being stabbed, his agent has said.
'A targeted, unprovoked, pre-planned attack' on Salman Rushdie: What we know about suspect Hadi Matar
Sir Salman Rushdie's suspected attacker has denied attempted murder and assault in what a prosecutor called a "pre-planned" crime.
Afghanistan: The Taliban had promised 'amnesty for all' - but they are responsible for most violence against civilians
Twelve months after the Taliban took power in Afghanistan and promised "amnesty for all", data suggests they are the largest perpetrators of violence against civilians in the country - killing at least 418 people.
Ukraine war: Russian troops told to stop shelling nuclear plant to avoid 'irreparable consequences'
A call has been made to demilitarise the area around a Ukrainian nuclear plant to avoid "irreparable consequences".
People 'trapped under rubble' as large blast hits Armenian market
An explosion has hit a large market in the capital of Armenia, with reports saying that people are trapped under the rubble.
Ukraine war: What are the risks of a nuclear accident at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant amid the war with Russia?
Ukraine's defence intelligence agency has warned of fresh Russian "provocations" at the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine, while a mayor said the city where the power station is based had come under fresh shelling.
Mystery surrounds mass fish die-off in European river amid fears of environmental catastrophe
The death of tonnes of fish in a river in Europe is shrouded in mystery, amid speculation from Poland's prime minister that "huge amounts of chemical waste" were probably dumped intentionally into the water.
Australia: Man arrested after shots fired in Canberra Airport
A man has been arrested after shots were fired in the check-in area of Canberra Airport in Australia.
Ukraine war: Police investigate 26,000 war crimes as officials 'convinced' more to be uncovered
Police in Ukraine are investigating 26,000 war crimes committed by Russian soldiers and expect to uncover thousands more as land is retaken and towns and villages liberated, Sky News has been told.