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'Out-of-control' Chinese rocket set to crash back to Earth at unknown location in hours
Remnants from a Chinese rocket are expected to fall back to Earth in an uncontrolled re-entry this weekend.
Tokyo Olympics: Thousands demand games cancelled as Japan extends COVID state of emergency
A campaign to cancel the Tokyo Olympics is gaining pace - as polls say 80% of Japanese people want the games to be called off.
COVID-19: Doubts over venue for Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City as Turkey added to red list
Fans of Chelsea and Manchester City should not travel to Turkey for the Champions League final, the transport secretary has said.
Sixth-grade girl injures three people after opening fire with handgun
Three people have been shot after a young girl brought a gun to her school and opened fire.
Maldives: Ex-president Mohamed Nasheed critical after 'terror attack' as police try to identify four possible suspects
The speaker of the Maldives parliament, who is also the former president, is in a critical condition in hospital following an explosion which is being treated as a terror attack.
Donald Trump: Twitter suspends several accounts sharing posts from ex-president's website
Twitter has suspended several accounts that have been set up to share posts from Donald Trump's website.
Jarryd Hayne: Former Australian rugby league player jailed for sexual assault
Former Australian rugby league player Jarryd Hayne has been jailed for five years and nine months for sexual assault.
Jersey fishing dispute: France's 'sinister' threat to cut power to island means Channel cable project should be scrapped, MP says
France's "sinister" threat to cut power to Jersey means plans to build an energy cable linking Britain to the continent should be scrapped, an MP has said.
Brazil: At least 25 killed, including an officer, in Rio de Janeiro police shootout with drug traffickers
At least 25 people, including a police officer, have died in a shootout with drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro.
Kathleen Folbigg: Australian mother convicted of killing her four children petitions for a pardon
An Australian woman who was convicted of killing her four children 18 years ago has petitioned the New South Wales governor for a pardon.