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France's defence minister has warned Mali that hiring paramilitaries from Russian private-security firm Wagner would isolate the country internationally, during a visit to the Sahel state. Florence Parly told reporters on Monday that if Mali hired the firm, at a time when international partners fighting jihadism in the Sahel "had never been so numerous, such a choice would be that of isolation".Parly's meeting with her Malian counterpart Colonel Sadio Camara follows a previous warning to Bamako
Guardians of the Sea: Cape Verde’s ‘fish detectives’ try to keep extinction at bay. As boats from bigger islands flock to fish off Maio, locals take turns to safeguard their pristine waters
Tuesday briefing: Britain’s winter power struggle. Fears hundreds of thousands could face ‘very difficult’ times ahead … PM praises lifting of US travel ban … Daniel Craig the ‘woke, tender’ Bond?
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Guinness World Records has certified two Japanese sisters as the world’s oldest living identical twins at 107
President Joe Biden told the world Tuesday the United States is not seeking a new Cold War with China as he vowed to pivot from post-9/11 conflicts and take a global leadership role on crises from climate to Covid.
Top Thai union leader ‘targeted’ with jail for rail safety campaignCase is ‘major blow’ in country with weak workers’ rights and puts trade deals in question, says Human Rights Watch Sawit Kaewvarn, president of the rail workers’ union in Thailand, was sentenced to three years in prison, along with 12 other union officials. Photograph: Handout
Universal Music chief predicts billions of dollars of growth from digital listening. Record firm’s €40bn flotation is just beginning of new wave of music consumption, says Sir Lucian Grainge
LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the issue of taxation when he met Amazon's founder Jeff Bezos in New York, Downing Street said. "The prime minister raised the issue of taxation, and hoped progress could be [made] in implementing the G7 agreement on tax," a Downing Street spokesperson said in a readout of the meeting. Bezos pledged on Monday to give away $1 billion in grants this year to focus on efforts around conservation.
A key hearing before a Delaware judge could determine whether the Boy Scouts of America might be able to emerge from bankruptcy later this year
US officials are desperately trying to rebuild bridges with France after failing to anticipate the fallout over the nuclear submarine deal with Australia.
Michael McGrath, 54, of North Wales, says his family’s lives were decimated when Nicholas Burton, 51, stabbed his sister Rachel to death in April 1997
Just weeks ahead of German federal elections, protesters took to the streets of Berlin to demand a nationwide rent freeze and the construction of new social and affordable housing. Berlin has been particularly hard hit by the lack of housing as its population has risen significantly in 10 years.View on euronews
Dancing, starry dwarf and narrow-mouthed: new species make India a frog paradise. Dozens of discoveries in recent years have shown the country to be a treasure trove of amphibians
The duke would play a trick on his grandchildren and end up covering the ceiling with mustard, the royal family has said.
World leaders will be back at the United Nations for the first time in two years on Tuesday with a formidable agenda of escalating crises to tackle
Ex-Melania Trump aide's tell-all book could be linked to Ivanka bid for the White House, says former friend
Troubled maternity wards still jeopardising patients, watchdog warns. CQC inspection of nine struggling units suggests mothers and babies remain at risk from poor care and closed systems
Livestock industry lobbying UN to support more meat productionMeat and dairy groups threaten to stop contributing to international summit on food sustainability after critical voices invited Livestock are responsible for at least 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to UN estimates. Photograph: Monty Rakusen/Getty Images/Image Source
South-east Australia hit by cold front as wintry weather returns. The warm start to spring has been swept away by gusty winds, storms and even a light dusting of snow in some areas