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The move, while largely symbolic, could provide a domestic boost to both the US and Iraqi leaders.
Maps of Afghanistan show who controls districts in fighting between the government and Taliban forces.
The billionaire offers to pay $2bn in Nasa costs to be reconsidered for a key Moon lander contract.
Months of tension over Covid and the economy culminate in the sacking of the prime minister.
The family of Estelle Hedaya say they have confirmation she is the 98th victim of the Surfside disaster.
One in five women that died from coronavirus in Brazil didn’t have access to an intensive care unit.
Thomas Barrack has been accused of lobbying the US government on behalf of the United Arab Emirates.
The 84-year-old kept the vehicle in his basement, along with an anti-aircraft gun and a torpedo.
Kostis, a rare Mediterranean monk seal rescued as a pup, is killed by a spear gun.
Dust clouds towered at least 100 metres (330ft) over Dunhuang.