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Volcano on Canary Island La Palma erupts, spewing ash and lava into national park
Video shows the volcano, on La Palma, spewing ash and lava in its first major eruption since 1971.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Organisers apologise to climber after broadcaster's close-up replay of athlete's bottom
Organisers have apologised to an Austrian climber after a host broadcaster showed a close-up replay shot of her bottom during the World Championships in Moscow.

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19-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

US-UK-Australia pact delivers France some hard truths
The BBC's Hugh Schofield assesses the harsh realities for France after Australia's US-UK deal.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

ICYMI: Surfing dogs and Spain's 'ugliest tomato' contest
Dogs are making a splash in our round-up of the stories you may have missed this week.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Boxer Manny Pacquiao to run for Philippines president
Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has said he will run for president of the country next year.

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19-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

Aukus: Australia defends role in security pact amid French condemnation
The PM defends ending the multi-billion dollar agreement in favour of a new pact with the US and UK.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Johannesburg mayor Jolidee Matongo killed in car crash
South Africa's President Ramaphosa pays tribute to Jolidee Matongo, who died at the age of 46.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Truss hails AUKUS submarine deal as French minister calls UK 'spare tyre'
New Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has defended the UK's "hard-headed" security pact with the US and Australia, amid a deepening diplomatic row with France.

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19-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

Police outnumber protesters at right-wing Capitol rally
A rally in support of jailed rioters draws a few hundred attendees - and far more press and police.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Turkmenistan: Getting Covid in a land where no cases officially exist
People in Turkmenistan are struggling to get treatment in a system that denies there are any cases.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Ethiopia: Fact-checking misleading images about hunger in Amhara
Food shortages are worsening in Ethiopia but some images online are not what they claim to be.
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19-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

SpaceX's all-civilian crew touch down on Earth after historic three days in orbit
A SpaceX capsule carrying the first all-civilian crew into space has touched back down on Earth after three days in orbit.

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19-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

The link between climate change, seaweed and ice cream
Seaweed production has been affected by warming seas – this is how farmers are adapting.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

From Katrina to Ida: How US presidents react to climate change and natural disasters
Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, US presidents have realised the impact of their reactions to extreme weather.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Fake Paralympians boss: 'I didn't know about cheating'
The man fined for sending non-disabled athletes to the Sydney Paralympics breaks his silence.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Get an Eiffel of this performer walking the line in Paris
Nathan Paulin walks along a 70m (230ft) high slackline attached to an iconic French landmark.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Aukus: French minister condemns US and Australia 'lies' over security pact
France's foreign minister accuses its allies of "duplicity" and "contempt" over a new security pact.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Boxer Amir Khan removed from US flight
The Briton was asked to leave the plane at Newark airport after a reported row over face coverings.
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18-Sep-2021 - Source: BBC News

Faroe Islands pledges review of dolphin killing regulations after uproar over record slaughter
The Faroe Islands has said it will review regulations governing its tradition of hunting dolphins after widespread uproar over the killing of more than 1,400 from a "super pod".

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18-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

Anti-lockdown protests in Sydney and Melbourne as Australia fights to contain COVID Delta outbreak
Thousands of police officers have been deployed to counter anti-lockdown protests in Sydney and Melbourne, as Australia grapples with a surge in coronavirus cases.

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18-Sep-2021 - Source: Sky News

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