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The names of the 30 guests who will be at Saturday's funeral service are released by Buckingham Palace.
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Opposition newspaper owner Jimmy Lai was arrested under Hong Kong's new national security law.
“I will invoke my Fifth Amendment privilege,” says the ex-officer accused of murdering George Floyd.
Volcanic eruptions force residents from their homes and leave much of the island blanketed in ash
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Two years since the fire, workers are preparing for the reconstruction phase of the Paris landmark.
A BBC team meets the Taliban, a group that clearly sees itself as Afghanistan's government-in-waiting.
Egyptian architects will rebuild the landmark al-Nuri Mosque in the northern Iraqi city.
Canadian MP William Amos apologises, saying he was changing after going for a jog.
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