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Princess Latifa: New photo of Dubai royal wearing face mask in Madrid airport posted online
A new image of Princess Latifa, the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, has been posted on Instagram suggesting she was at a Spanish airport.
Laurel Hubbard: New Zealand weightlifter becomes first transgender athlete picked for Olympic Games
New Zealand's Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympic Games after being selected for her country's weightlifting team.
'Something's out there': UFO researchers welcome release of Pentagon report into 'unidentified aerial phenomena'
The release of a report by the Pentagon, detailing what the US government knows about what it calls "unidentified aerial phenomena", is being seen as a moment of validation by members of the UFO community.
'They can't hide these secrets anymore': Anticipation is high for impending release of Pentagon's 'UFO report'
On the second floor of the Aquarius Casino Resort, two of Nevada's quirkier attractions are on offer.
Alabama: Nine children killed in pile-up, including six from a home for abused and neglected young people
Nine children are among 10 people who have been killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Alabama.
Tony Dell: The Ashes cricketer who fought in Vietnam - and struggled for decades with the horrors of war
Tony Dell was in his mid-60s, estranged from his wife and children and living in his mother's garage, when he realised his life had reached rock bottom.
Manuel Neuer: Footballer who wore rainbow armband during Euro 2020 games won't face disciplinary action
German footballer Manuel Neuer will not face disciplinary action for wearing a rainbow armband during his Euro 2020 games.
StoryCast '21: 'I watched my parents die' - Rohingya girl's perilous journey from Myanmar to Bangladesh refugee camp
COVID-19: Protesters call for Brazil's president to resign as experts fear up to 800,000 will die from coronavirus
The number of coronavirus deaths in Brazil has now surpassed 500,000 - with thousands taking to the streets to demand the president's resignation.
COVID-19: Bolsonaro doesn't believe in social distancing, masks or vaccines. That wasn't lost on those protesting
The thud of drums and chanting filled streets across Brazil. A day of protest on the day official figures recorded over 500,000 deaths from COVID-19.