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Climate strikes interactive: How the planet is protesting
Around 2,000 planned protests are taking place globally as demonstrators call for action on climate change.
Global Climate Strike: Millions across the world call for urgent action on climate change
Hundreds of thousands of people across the world are taking to the streets to call for urgent measures to tackle climate change.
Jeffrey Epstein accuser: 'I was trafficked to Prince Andrew'
A woman has described in detail how she allegedly had sex with Prince Andrew in 2001 when she was 17-years-old.
Trump says US has imposed sanctions on Iran's central bank after drone attacks in Saudi Arabia
President Donald Trump says the US has imposed sanctions on Iran's central bank following last weekend's attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
'We are now in a climate emergency': Choked by air pollution in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur is choking.
'Storm Area 51' event attracts hundreds of people wanting to 'see them aliens'
An internet joke to storm Area 51 and "see them aliens" has drawn hundreds of people to the mysterious US government facility.
Saudi oil attacks were sophisticated, accurately damaging critical infrastructure
Our departure is from the private terminal at Riyadh International Airport.
Black panther found prowling on rooftops in France
First there was the Essex lion, now a French panther has been spotted prowling on rooftops in northern France.
Twitter deletes thousands of accounts spreading state propaganda
Twitter has removed thousands of state-backed accounts linked with spreading propaganda about the Saudi government and sowing discord around the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
Mark Acklom: Serial conman who posed as MI6 spy and Swiss banker faces more time in prison
Jailed conman Mark Acklom is facing more time in prison after being hit with a new European arrest warrant.