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Months of tension over Covid and the economy culminate in the sacking of the prime minister.
The White House says current rules will remain due to rising cases and variant transmission.
Dust clouds towered at least 100 metres (330ft) over Dunhuang.
The 84-year-old kept the vehicle in his basement, along with an anti-aircraft gun and a torpedo.
The Norway women's side were last week fined for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms in a match.
Debunking claims shared widely on social media about cremations in the UK and US vaccine statistics.
Torrential rain saw severe flooding in homes, roads and tube stations in parts of London on Sunday.
US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is the most senior official to visit under Mr Biden.
President Joe Biden's top medical adviser says cases are rising in areas with low vaccination rates.
More than 1,600 civilians have been killed so far in 2021, and the UN fears a further rise.
Both Croatia and Serbia claim Nikola Tesla, pioneer of alternating current electricity, as their hero.
Khuzestan is one of the country's hottest regions, where temperatures can reach 50C.
Kostis, a rare Mediterranean monk seal rescued as a pup, is killed by a spear gun.
Permission for a mother and her children to travel was not taken lightly, NZ prime minister says.
A two-week virtual negotiation begins on the most critical climate change report since 2013.