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Osiris-Rex: Nasa confirms return of asteroid Bennu samples
A capsule carrying debris from asteroid Bennu lands safely in the Utah desert.
Asteroid Bennu: Why the return of samples is so important... in 83 seconds
It is hoped the material from Bennu could tell Nasa how life on Earth began.
Soldiers on standby to cover London police who hand in guns
Officers turned in their weapons after a marksman was charged with the murder of an unarmed man.
Niger coup: Macron says France to withdraw troops and ambassador
France's president says the ambassador will leave and all military co-operation will end in the coming months.
Kosovo monastery siege ends after heavy gun battles
One officer and three attackers are dead after the gunmen stormed a village near the Serbian border.
Wales 40-6 Australia: Warren Gatland's side hammer Wallabies to seal World Cup quarter-final spot
Wales become the first team to reach the 2023 World Cup quarter-finals as they celebrate a record win over Australia in Lyon.
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France to withdraw ambassador and troops from Niger
Emmanuel Macron says he will consult coup leaders on withdrawal after two months of defying their expulsion orderFrance will withdraw its ambassador from Niger followed by the French military contingent in the next months, Emmanuel Macron has said in the aftermath of the coup in the west African country that ousted the pro-Paris president.The French president's announcement appeared to end two months of defiance in which Paris's ambassador had been kept in place in Niamey despite coup leaders ordering him to leave. Continue reading...
Dozens killed and injured by truck bomb explosion in Somalian city
Detonation took place at security checkpoint in Beledweyne, killing at least 18 peopleAn explosives-laden vehicle detonated at a security checkpoint in the central Somalia city of Beledweyne on Saturday, killing at least 18 people and wounding 40 others, authorities have said.Abdirahman Dahir Gure, the interior minister of Hirshabelle state, announced the toll to journalists. Continue reading...
Eliminate malaria once and for all or it will come back stronger, UN warned
World faces 'malaria emergency' from resistance to insecticides, waning efficacy of drugs, funding shortfalls and climate changeAfrican leaders have warned that the world is facing the "biggest malaria emergency" of the past two decades.Heads of state and experts came together in a show of unity to call for urgent action on malaria at the UN general assembly on Friday, saying progress on eradicating the disease faced serious setbacks from mosquitoes' growing resistance to insecticides, and the decreased effectiveness of antimalarial drugs and diagnostic tests. Continue reading...
South Africa launches 'unprecedented' investigation of Johnson & Johnson over TB drug prices
Competition watchdog probes claims of profiteering by US drugmaker in country where tuberculosis is biggest killerSouth Africa's Competition Commission will investigate the American drugmaker Johnson & Johnson for the high price it has been charging for the tuberculosis medicine bedaquiline, as well as for extending its 20-year patent until 2027 to block cheaper generics from entering the country.The commission's investigation was made public last week by the health department and the Health Justice Initiative (HJI) legal organisation at a media briefing of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). The commission investigates matters when it has reasonable suspicion of exploitative or unethical behaviour.This story was produced by the Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism. Readers can sign up here for the centre's newsletter Continue reading...
'The least we can do is care for their children': Libyans rally to protect Derna's orphans
Hundreds of traumatised children are thought to have lost their families in disasterPeople in western Libya have rallied round to provide care and breastmilk for young children orphaned by the devastating floods that hit the coastal city of Derna on 10 September.Hundreds of traumatised babies and young children are thought to have lost their parents in Derna, where whole neighbourhoods were wiped out after two dams broke. Continue reading...
Rhino numbers rebound as global figures reveal a win for conservation
Tally rises to 27,000 but is still a far cry from former half a million, and Javan and Sumatran rhino remain critically endangeredGlobal rhinoceros numbers have increased to 27,000 despite populations being ravaged by poaching and habitat loss, new figures show, with some species rebounding for the first time in a decade.Rhinos numbered about 500,000 across Africa and Asia in the 20th century but their populations have been devastated. Last year, they began showing signs of recovery in some areas, although two species - the Javan and Sumatran - remain close to disappearing. Continue reading...
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Here are the 20 specific Fox broadcasts and tweets Dominion says were defamatory
• Fox-Dominion trial delay 'is not unusual,' judge says• Fox News' defamation battle isn't stopping Trump's election lies
Judge in Fox News-Dominion defamation trial: 'The parties have resolved their case'
The judge just announced in court that a settlement has been reached in the historic defamation case between Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems.
'Difficult to say with a straight face': Tapper reacts to Fox News' statement on settlement
A settlement has been reached in Dominion Voting Systems' defamation case against Fox News, the judge for the case announced. The network will pay more than $787 million to Dominion, a lawyer for the company said.
Millions in the US could face massive consequences unless McCarthy can navigate out of a debt trap he set for Biden
• DeSantis goes to Washington, a place he once despised, looking for support to take on Trump• Opinion: For the GOP to win, it must ditch Trump• Chris Christie mulling 2024 White House bid• Analysis: The fire next time has begun burning in Tennessee
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