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Heavy rains cause rivers to overflow in Kerala, washing away homes and trapping people under debris.
BBC correspondent Yogita Limaye in Kabul asks the Taliban when girls can go back to school.
The UN estimates Spain’s sex industry has become worth €3.7 billion since decriminalisation in 1995.
France, among other countries, does not recognise the president’s claim to a sixth term.
The man and teenage boy endured up to four days without water in “harsh” conditions, police say.
Mark Zuckerberg is a leading voice on the metaverse – a virtual reality version of the internet.
The Fespaco festival draws film fans from across the world to Burkina Faso.
Local conservative mayor Peter Marki-Zay is chosen to lead the opposition in next year’s election.
The armed gang, called 400 Mawozo, is holding 17 women, men and children from the US and Canada.
The Russian film crew return after an ISS shoot that had its own moments of drama.