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COVID-19: India sees record case numbers as millions of pilgrims flock to Hindu festival
New coronavirus infections in India have reached a record high with 184,372 cases reported in the past 24 hours alone.
US set to impose new Russia sanctions and expel officials over huge Solarwinds hacking attack
The US is expected to announce new sanctions on Russia as early as today over the hacking of government agencies and alleged election interference.
All Out Politics! Canadian MP completely naked in parliamentary Zoom call
A Canadian MP has apologised to colleagues after appearing completely starkers during a virtual meeting of the House of Commons.
COVID-19: EU hits 100 million vaccine doses - and announces major extension to Pfizer deal
Over 100 million COVID-19 vaccinations have now been given in the EU - and a major extension to the European Commission's contract with Pfizer-BioNTech has been announced.
Tokyo Olympics 2021: With 100 days to go, 70% of Japanese don't want games to go ahead, poll finds
The Tokyo Olympics mascots were unveiled today to celebrate the 100 days-to-go milestone amid mounting public opposition to the Games taking place this summer.
Iran set to enrich uranium to highest level ever - after 'attack' at nuclear facility blamed on Israel
Iran says it will increase its enrichment of uranium to 60% purity - its highest figure ever - bringing it closer to the levels needed for a nuclear weapon.
Truck driver jailed for 22 years for killing four police officers in Melbourne crash
A truck driver who was under the influence of drugs and sleep deprived when he drove into four police officers has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.
Egypt: At least 20 killed after bus crashes and catches fire while overtaking truck
At least 20 people have been killed after a bus overturned in Egypt while trying to pass a truck.
COVID-19: Whistleblower claims WHO tried to force him to change report about Italy's pandemic protocols
Prosecutors in Italy are urging the World Health Organisation to assist them in their investigations into Italy's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
St Vincent: Water supplies running short on Caribbean island hit by volcano eruption
Clean water supplies are running short on the Caribbean island of St Vincent after ash from a volcanic eruption contaminated reservoirs.