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South African students like Bianca Nonhlanhla Skhosana are increasingly using food banks to survive.

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Mount Nyiragongo in the Democratic Republic of Congo erupted last month, killing 32 people.

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Calls for stronger Western response against Alexander Lukashenko's regime following the forced diversion of Ryanair

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Among the tributes at the memorial were messages of condolence, along with one that read: 'Every child matters'

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The new law is part of the EU's efforts to fight tax avoidance by large international companies at a time when the EU badly needs cash to finance an economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic

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The former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in George Floyd's death is to face charges alleging he violated Floyd's civil rights by pinning the Black man to the pavement with his knee

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The body of former slave trader Nathan Bedford Forrest will be moved from its longtime resting place in Memphis to a Confederate museum in Middle Tennessee

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In this edition, anxious parents await news of their loved ones after the latest mass kidnapping at a school in the north of Nigeria - some 200 children were snatched in the state of Niger on Sunday.

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President Biden has reversed many of the restrictive immigration policies of former President Trump saying Trump failed to honor U.S. asylum laws

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"My fellow Americans, this was not a riot; this was a massacre," Biden said on the centennial of the attack on “Black Wall Street."

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Howard Bauchner is stepping down as editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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The Grammy-nominated rapper is one of many being questioned about the shooting that wounded two people on Memorial Day.

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63 human rights groups and international organizations call on Egypt to release political detainees and stop suppression of independent organizations and those who dissent peacefully

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Prosecutions under Bangladesh's Digital Security Act and other laws is making some journalists more cautious in their reporting, media experts say

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Egyptian public increasingly upset about perceived Ethiopian intransigeance

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Stsiapan Latypau claimed authorities threatened to arrest his family members and friends if he did not plead guilty to organizing protests against authoritarian ruler President Alexander Lukashenko

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Drivers attempted to fly over a line of cars during the 2021 Car Jumping Competition in the southern British county of West Sussex, Monday, May 31. (Reuters)

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A drone captured the moment last week when it crashed directly into the mouth of an erupting volcano in Iceland. The video was shot at the Fagradalsjfall volcano by YouTuber Joey Helms, Monday, May 24.

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American military planners said Tuesday as much as 44% of the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan is complete

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The tennis officials' statement followed Osaka's stunning withdrawal from the French Open a day earlier.

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King Mohammed VI has instructed Morocco's government to facilitate the re-entry of all unaccompanied but identified Moroccan children who are in the European Union illegally, the government said on Tuesday. 

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Vaccine developed by Sinovac is effective in over half of those who were vaccinated

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Somalia is already seeing a huge spike in social media misinformation campaigns ahead of elections

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But some member states balk at participating in new Luxembourg-based entity

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