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Zambia probes Chinese clothes factory murders

Zambia probes Chinese clothes factory murders

The killings of three Chinese nationals come amid a crackdown on firms accused of discrimination.
Chrissy Teigen posts decision to remove breast implants

Chrissy Teigen posts decision to remove breast implants

"I'm getting my boobs out!" she posted on social media, winning praise for her honest explanation.
Mexican archaeologists locate wreck of 200-year-old ship

Mexican archaeologists locate wreck of 200-year-old ship

They have named the wreck after the fisherman who first spotted it off the coast of Quintana Roo.
Walkers found after 19 days in the New Zealand wilderness

Walkers found after 19 days in the New Zealand wilderness

The 23-year-olds were winched from a clearing after a helicopter spotted smoke from their fire.
Coronavirus: Von der Leyen calls €750bn recovery fund 'Europe's moment'

Coronavirus: Von der Leyen calls €750bn recovery fund 'Europe's moment'

A giant fund is proposed, some of it raised on capital markets, but several countries express doubts.
Mount Everest: Chinese team summit during pandemic

Mount Everest: Chinese team summit during pandemic

The team are the only climbers to summit this season, and are re-measuring the height.
Romina Ashrafi: Outrage in Iran after girl murdered ‘for eloping’

Romina Ashrafi: Outrage in Iran after girl murdered ‘for eloping’

Romina Ashrafi, 14, was allegedly killed by her father after she ran away with her older boyfriend.
Roman mosaic floor found under Italian vineyard

Roman mosaic floor found under Italian vineyard

Authorities north of Verona in Italy found the well-preserved tile floor after decades of searching.
Man charged over deadly fire at Kyoto animation studio

Man charged over deadly fire at Kyoto animation studio

The arson attack killed 36 people at the Kyoto Animation headquarters in Japan last July.
Minnesota violence: Clashes over death of black man in police custody

Minnesota violence: Clashes over death of black man in police custody

Tear gas is fired at protesters angry at the death of a man pinned down by a policeman in Minnesota.
Roma director makes plea for housekeepers

Roma director makes plea for housekeepers

He says domestic workers laid off during the Covid-19 pandemic should continue to receive pay.
India heatwave: Delhi temperature hits 47C as north India reels

India heatwave: Delhi temperature hits 47C as north India reels

Delhi saw temperatures hit 47C, the highest in decades for this time of year.
Lack of Covid-19 testing undermines Africa's 'success'

Lack of Covid-19 testing undermines Africa's 'success'

Early measures have been hailed by some but governments must start getting more data, reports Anne Soy.
Coronavirus: Lebanon's woes worsen as country pushed to the brink

Coronavirus: Lebanon's woes worsen as country pushed to the brink

Country was already rocked by unrest over the cost of living - then came coronavirus.
Record drop in energy investment, warns International Energy Agency

Record drop in energy investment, warns International Energy Agency

The pandemic has caused a record fall in energy investment and will likely lead to more pollution.
Hong Kong police arrest hundreds and fire pepper pellets amid fresh unrest

Hong Kong police arrest hundreds and fire pepper pellets amid fresh unrest

The latest clashes come as MPs debate a bill to criminalise insulting China's national anthem.
Coronavirus: Why Merkel may help fund Europe's recovery plan

Coronavirus: Why Merkel may help fund Europe's recovery plan

Germany’s leader has agreed to shoulder some of the burden, but four "frugal" EU states are unhappy.
Mumbai: How Covid-19 has ravaged India's richest city

Mumbai: How Covid-19 has ravaged India's richest city

With nearly 30,000 cases, Mumbai accounts for more than a fifth of India's coronavirus infections.
Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

A BBC team tracking coronavirus misinformation has found links to assaults, arson and deaths - and the potential for even greater indirect harm.
SpaceX launch: What is SpaceX and why is it working with Nasa?

SpaceX launch: What is SpaceX and why is it working with Nasa?

Ahead of the launch of the Crew Dragon mission, the BBC explains what SpaceX does exactly