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Ukraine claims Russia is preparing to stage 'provocation' at Europe's biggest nuclear power plant on Friday
Ukraine has said Russia is preparing to stage a "provocation" at Europe's biggest nuclear power plant on Friday.
Afghanistan: Inside beauty salon as country lives under strict Taliban rule
We drove along Butchers Street in Kabul, as the stripped carcasses of lamb and goat hung on meat hooks swaying in the wind, where gaggles of men argued over prices, and butchers boys heaved the meat onto their backs and delivered them to waiting trucks.
'Idiot' surfers spark outrage from Venice mayor after speeding down Grand Canal
Two surfers on motorised boards who were labelled "idiots" by Venice's mayor for speeding down the city's Grand Canal have been identified by authorities.
Russia welcomes successor to Starbucks - with a logo some may find familiar...
A successor to Starbucks is opening in Russia - with a similar logo, some customers may feel.
Salma al-Shehab: Leeds student jailed in Saudi Arabia is being used 'to set an example' and must be 'immediately released', says Amnesty International
A Leeds University student imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for allegedly spreading "false rumours" and retweeting dissidents' posts is being used to "set an example" and must be "immediately released", Amnesty International has said.
Afghanistan one year on: Life for women under the Taliban
Unable to attend school, hold a job, or even travel alone, women in Afghanistan are protesting against Taliban rule one year after it seized power.
Priti Patel insists Rwanda 'safe' for deportations despite warnings of killings and torture
Priti Patel has insisted that Rwanda is a "safe" country, despite warnings from Foreign Office officials of torture and killings.
WHO boss suggests racism is reason world's 'worst humanitarian crisis' in Ethiopia's Tigray region gets little attention
The head of the World Health Organisation has suggested racism is the reason the crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region hasn't received more attention, calling it the "worst humanitarian crisis in the world".
Remains of children discovered in suitcases sold at storage unit auction in New Zealand
The bodies of two children hidden in suitcases have been discovered by a New Zealand family in a batch of abandoned goods they bought at a storage unit auction.
Book sales for Sir Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses surge after author stabbed
Book sales for Sir Salman Rushdie's novel The Satanic Verses have surged after the author was stabbed at an event in the US last week.