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'We are fighting for everything': Lebanon crisis hits hospitals as medicine stocks run low
The economic crisis in Lebanon is never-ending and now it's ravaging the hospitals where medicines are running out.
Afghanistan: Taliban replaces women's ministry with 'vice and virtue' ministry - as schools reopen for boys
The Taliban has replaced Afghanistan's women's ministry with an all-male "vice and virtue ministry".
COP26: China's Xi Jinping yet to confirm attendance at climate change talks, admits summit president Alok Sharma
China's Xi Jinping is yet to commit to attending this year's climate change summit in Glasgow, COP26 President Alok Sharma has admitted.
AUKUS: Maintaining West's unity will 'require a lot of effort', German official says, as France rages over nuclear submarine deal
Maintaining unity between Western allies will "require a lot of effort" in light of an unfolding rift between France and members of a new security partnership, Germany's ambassador to the UK has said.
France: AUKUS submarine deal has caused one of the gravest rifts among Western allies in living memory
France's drastic decision to recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia marks one of the gravest rifts among allies in living memory.
Manny Pacquiao: Boxer to run for Philippines president
Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has said he will run for president of the country next year.
SpaceX Inspiration4 mission: 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.
Liz Truss hails 'hard-headed' AUKUS submarine deal as French foreign 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.
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".
COVID-19: Australia deploys thousands of police officers to counter anti-lockdown protests in Sydney and Melbourne
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.