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Daily lives of Italians during pandemic lockdown preserved by photojournalists at new exhibit

Almost overnight it seemed, in late February, Italy became the world epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic. It began with alarm in a cluster...

Becoming Diana: Emma Corrin on playing the Princess of Wales in Season 4 of The Crown

There is, perhaps, an irony in the experience of taking on the role of Diana, Princess of Wales, for her much-anticipated arrival in...

In battleground Pennsylvania, meet some of the suburban women who could decide Donald Trump’s fate

On a leafy suburban street outside Pennsylvania's state capital Harrisburg, where election lawn signs compete for space with elaborate Halloween displays, Sarah Becker...

Flooding in Cambodia leaves at least 11 dead

Flooding in Cambodia has killed at least 11 people since the beginning of the month, a disaster official said Sunday. Seasonal rains...

Police crack down on protesters, detain dozens in Belarus during demonstrations against leader

Security forces in Belarus detained dozens of protesters on Sunday and used force, including water cannon and batons, to break up crowds demanding...

Security guard hired by TV news crew arrested in fatal Denver shooting of protester

Police identified on Sunday a 30-year-old man as the suspect in a fatal shooting that took place in downtown Denver during duelling protests....

Trump says he’s recovered from COVID-19, Twitter flags his claim of immunity

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday he had fully recovered from COVID-19 and was not an infection risk for others, freeing him...

Trump’s Supreme Court nominee to senators: Courts ‘should not try’ to make policy

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett will tell senators that courts "should not try" to make policy, leaving those decisions to the...

Bus-train collision in Thailand leaves 20 dead

A bus heading to a Buddhist temple collided with a train in central Thailand on Sunday, killing at least 20 and injuring 30,...

Azerbaijan, Armenia report shelling of cities despite truce

Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of attacking large cities overnight in violation of the ceasefire deal brokered by Russia that seeks to end the...

The royals and politics: Can we ever know what they really think?

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