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Melbourne earthquake: 'Very disturbing event' as buildings damaged after Australia hit by 6.0-magnitude tremor
The Australian city of Melbourne has been struck by a 6.0-magnitude earthquake, Geoscience Australia has said.
Lithuanian defence ministry urges people to 'throw away' Chinese phones after discovering censorship tools
The Lithuanian Ministry of Defence has urged people to stop buying Chinese phones and throw away the ones they already possess after discovering censorship software.
Boris Johnson says France needs to 'get a grip' amid anger over AUKUS pact
Boris Johnson has said France should get over its anger at a partnership between the UK, US and Australia that saw the latter pull out of a major contract with Paris for submarines.
La Palma volcano: Canary Islands eruption could last for three months, experts say
A volcanic eruption in Spain's Canary Islands could last three months, experts have said.
La Palma eruption: How bad is the damage - and why is lava meeting the ocean so dangerous?
Authorities have warned people on the island of La Palma of fresh dangers after a new volcanic vent blew open and rivers of unstoppable lava flowed towards more densely populated areas and the sea.
US-Mexico border crisis: Vehicles form barrier at Texas crossing to deter Haitian migrants - as VP Kamala Harris criticises 'horrible' tactics
Parked vehicles have created a steel barrier which stretches for miles along the US border with Mexico in the latest measure to deter migrants from crossing into Texas.
Afghanistan: Thousands of terrified families fear for their lives and no longer see the country as their home
The desperation of those in Afghanistan is heart-rending.
Climate change: President Xi Jinping vows to end Chinese funding of coal plants abroad at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)
China will stop funding new coal-fire projects abroad, President Xi Jinping announced at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
US to double climate change finance to poorer countries, Biden tells United Nations
The US will again double the money it gives to help developing nations respond to climate change, President Biden has announced.
COVID-19: Why nations are urged to send vaccines abroad, with fears over 'dangerous variants'
As the UK starts rolling out booster jabs, health experts have raised concerns about diverting resources from developing countries with much lower vaccination rates.