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Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Syrian rebels withdraw from key town
Syrian government forces look set to re-take the strategic town of Khan Sheikhoun.
Johnson to meet Merkel with call to scrap backstop
Leaders meet in Berlin amid calls for the Irish border backstop to be scrapped
Johnson and Merkel seek backstop solution
Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel say changes to the current Brexit deal may be possible
UK Prime Minister in France for Brexit talks
Boris Johnson meets Emmanuel Macron in an attempt to renegotiate the UK's EU departure.
Zimbabwe comedian ‘abducted and beaten’ in capital
Samantha Kureya, known as Gonyeti, has been critical of police and government in skits
Amazon fires: Bolsonaro accuses Mr Macron of meddling for "political gain"
The French and German leaders say the record number of fires is an international crisis
Amazon fires: Brazil-EU trade deal threatened
France and Ireland say they will block major trade deal with Latin America without action
Trump arrives for G7 summit as global disputes threaten unity
European Council President Donald Tusk warns that summit will be unusually difficult
French President to warn G7 over trade tensions
The French President Emmanuel Macron says he will warn the G7 of growing trade tensions.
Brazilian military drops water and chemicals on Amazon fires
G7 summit: Iran Foreign Minister's 'surprise' visit
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif makes a 'surprise' appearance at G7 summit
Amazon fires: G7 to release funds for fire-fighting planes
G7 countries agree to funds to help fight fires in the Amazon
G7 summit: Macron looks to reduce US-Iran tensions
G7 summit: President Macron looks to reduce US-Iran tensions
Australian writer faces spying charges in China
Yang Hengjun has been formally arrested after months in detention.
Brexit: Opposition lawmakers agree strategy to block no deal
Opposition parties in Britain meet to plot how they can prevent a no deal Brexit.
Political uproar as Prime Minister decides to suspend Parliament
Boris Johnson’s plan would restrict MPs’ ability to prevent a no-deal Brexit
Political Uproar as Prime Minister Decides to Suspend Parliament
Queen approves Parliament supension
Parliament will be suspended for five weeks in run up of Britain's departure from the EU
Minister defends shutting UK Parliament
The decision to close Parliament has been met with anger and protests
Claims of UAE air strikes on Yemen allies
Yemen war: Government accuses the UAE of air strikes against coalition troops
Hong Kong arrests ahead of weekend protests
Hong Kong authorities detain prominent activists ahead of demonstrations this weekend.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy campaigners arrested
Police conducted a wave of arrests and denied permission for a mass rally on Saturday
Hong Kong protests: Demonstrators defy ban on march
There's renewed violence in Hong Kong as protesters march in defiance of a ban
Hong Kong protests continue despite ban
Police fire water cannon and tear gas
Germany asks Poland for WW2 forgiveness
World leaders meet in Poland to mark the eightieth anniversary of the outbreak of WW2
Hurricane Dorian batters Bahamas
The storm is the strongest hurricane in modern times to hit the area
Hurricane Dorian hits Bahamas
The most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas has torn roofs from buildings
Hurricane Dorian devastates Bahamas
Hurricane Dorian causes 'unprecedented’ devastation
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a Brexit showdown in Parliament
Parliament will vote on whether to delay the PM's plans to leave the EU by 31 October
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a Brexit Showdown in Parliament
Parliament will vote on whether to delay the PM's plans to leave the EU by 31st October.
Brexit: British MPs in crucial parliamentary vote
British politicians vote on control of parliamentary agenda
British PM: I'll seek election if defeated on Brexit
Boris Johnson says he'll seek an election if a no-deal Brexit option is banned by MPs
Brexit: MPs debate crucial vote
MPs debate crucial Brexit vote
UK PM's brother resigns
Divisions over Brexit continue as British MPs plan to vote again on an election
UK Prime Minister Johnson promises no Brexit delays
Boris Johnson says he would "rather be dead in a ditch" than ask the EU to delay Brexit
Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe dies at 95
He led Zimbabwe to independence but became an authoritarian president
The legacy of Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwe's former president has died today at the age of 95
Ukraine and Russia exchange prisoners in landmark deal
A long-awaited exchange of prisoners between Russia and Ukraine has been completed.
Iran tanker spotted near Syrian coast
Oil tanker seen sailing near Syrian coast, new images show
Trump cancels Taliban talks
Peace deal with Taliban cancelled, says Trump.
World reacts to collapse of Taliban peace talks
Afghans and Americans reflect on the failure of peace talks between the Taliban and US
Irish PM: ‘Clean break’ between UK and EU not possible
The Irish PM meets Boris Johnson, warns there's no such thing as a clean, no-deal Brexit
Brexit: Government to demand early general election
British PM Boris Johnson will demand an early general election to break Brexit deadlock.
UK parliament suspension: what does it mean for Brexit?
As the UK parliament is now temporarily suspended, what next for Brexit?
President Trump sacks John Bolton
President Trump sacks his national security advisor John Bolton
Judges rule UK Parliament suspension is unlawful
Scotland’s highest court says Boris Johnson's move to suspend Parliament is unlawful
Brexit: UK Parliament suspension ruled unlawful
Scottish judges say PM was trying to prevent Parliament holding the government to account
Russian opposition says its offices have been raided
Images and footage posted online show heavily armed men carrying out raids.
US Supreme Court backs asylum curbs
New rules will require asylum seekers to first seek safe haven in a third country
Malaria vaccine rolled out in Kenya
The world's first malaria vaccine is being rolled out in parts of Kenya.
Oil and gas drilling in Alaska 'approved'
The White House approves oil and gas drilling in the Alaskan Arctic
African leaders gather to remember Mugabe
Robert Mugabe: African leaders gather in Zimbabwe for state funeral
Mugabe funeral: Leaders gather to pay tribute as Zimbabweans shun ceremony
Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe has been remembered in a state funeral today.
Iran condemns US 'deceit' over Saudi oil attacks
Saudi oil attacks: Iran condemns US 'deceit' after accusation
Hong Kong: Petrol bombs and water cannon used in clashes
Violence breaks out after thousands defy a police ban to march in Hong Kong.