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'Too late' for people to leave homes as Oz bushfires rage
Australians are being warned it is too late to leave their homes as bushfires rage across the country's east coast and into suburbs of Sydney.
Australia bushfire 'came through like a cyclone', says family
On Australia's east coast, smoke has descended like fog.
Israel kills Islamic Jihad commander Baha Abu Al-Atta in Gaza airstrikes
Israel has killed a top commander from the Iranian-backed Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad.
Andrew Neal: Former British soldier cleared of supplying drugs in UAE
A former British soldier has been cleared of supplying drugs in the United Arab Emirates, more than a year after he was arrested and detained, his family said.
Sir Richard Branson apologises for diversity gaffe in South Africa launch photo
Sir Richard Branson has apologised after posting a photograph from a launch event in South Africa that only included white people.
Climate change is 'cracking open a nuclear tomb' built to contain American waste
A concrete tomb containing more than three million cubic feet of nuclear waste is reportedly cracking under the strains of climate change.
Poland demands Netflix changes its Nazi death camp documentary
Poland's prime minister has asked Netflix to make changes to a documentary about the Nazi death camps.
Evo Morales: Ousted Bolivian president vows to return as he takes asylum in Mexico
Evo Morales, the former president of Bolivia, has left for Mexico after being granted political asylum by the country's government.
Hong Kong: 'Demonstrators are the people's enemy,' says Carrie Lam
Hong Kong's embattled leader has said the violence has far exceeded the call for democracy and that demonstrators are now the "people's enemy".