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On his first foreign trip since Covid, Pope Francis urges a more prominent role for Iraq's Christians.
Premier Li Keqiang warns the world not to interfere, as he addresses China's largest political meeting.
Being a royal was "different than I think what people imagine it to be", says the Duchess of Sussex.
Simone Williams sees her hair, which measures nearly 1.5m in circumference, as a symbol of pride.
An illusion called "superior mirage" caused the vessel to look like it was hovering above the sea.
The vaccinations were carried out in February after an outbreak among gorillas at the zoo.
US employers added 379,000 jobs in February, the Labor Department said in its monthly jobs report.
The princess attempted to escape the UAE in 2018 before being captured by commandos.
A row with drug firm AstraZeneca has caused Italy to block 250,000 doses to be sent to Australia.
Sarah Silverman apologises after Paris Hilton spoke of the comic's "cruel" jokes about going to jail.
Chief executive Susan Wojcicki says there's a way back for the former president on YouTube.
Jair Bolsonaro criticises measures to curb Covid-19, a day after Brazil saw a record rise in deaths.
Nine months after the pandemic began, the birth rate was down in several states.
A months-long investigation has recovered 150 children, some suspected victims of trafficking.
Ukraine seeks Unesco status for its beetroot soup - but Russians and Poles call it theirs too.