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Ben Roberts-Smith case: Will Australia see a war crimes reckoning?
A court has upheld reports that a top soldier killed unarmed Afghans - but wider questions remain.
iPhone in India: Foxconn to manufacture smartphones in Karnataka by April 2024
Apple's decision to manufacture iPhones in India aims at diversifying its supply chains away from China
Franco Mulakkal: Pope accepts resignation of bishop accused of rape
The Vatican had temporarily relieved Franco Mulakkal of his duties when he was arrested in 2018
Florida teenager Dev Shah wins US Spelling Bee with 'psammophile'
Dev Shah defeats Charlotte Walsh after she fails to correctly spell "daviely" in an earlier round.
Brics ministers call for rebalancing of global order away from West
The talks attended by Russia in South Africa are clouded by allegations of war crimes in Ukraine.
Africa's week in pictures: 26 May-1 June 2023
A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.
Foo Fighters review: But Here We Are finds a band working through grief
The band's first album since Taylor Hawkins' death, is a powerful account of, and antidote to, pain.
Ukraine war: Teens used to report Russian propaganda
Children as young as 16 are working at TV channels in occupied Ukraine, spouting Russian propaganda.
Poland's quest to retrieve priceless Nazi-looted art
A 16th Century Italian painting looted by the Nazis has been returned to Poland from Japan.
Mexican police find 45 bags of human remains
Officials were searching a ravine near Guadalajara for seven young people reported missing last week.
Are tornadoes in the US getting worse?
They are largely unpredictable and unforeseeable but are twisters becoming a more serious threat?
Elon Musk: Twitter boss reclaims title of world's richest person
It comes after shares in his electric car company Tesla have almost doubled since the start of the year.
How gun violence is reshaping American lives
Avoiding public places, moving home... how the threat of random gunfire is changing the way people live.
Women lead Indian families as men migrate
India's traditionally patriarchal society is seeing a rising number of women heading families.
US President Joe Biden trips and falls at Colorado event
The US president was handing out diplomas at a graduation ceremony for the US Air Force Academy.
Itamar Ben-Gvir: Israel minister jeered as thousands attend Jerusalem Pride march
The Jerusalem event was the first since the election of a hardline government with homophobic ministers.
France influencers: Jail threat for those found flouting new ad laws
France's new rules ban or restrict certain commercial practices by online personalities.
Joe Biden falls during graduation ceremony
The US president had been shaking hands with Air Force Academy graduates when he fell on stage.
Andrew Tate: Controversial influencer denies manipulation allegations
The controversial social media influencer denies accusations of rape, human trafficking and exploiting women.
Ousmane Sonko trial: Senegal opposition leader sentenced for 'corrupting youth'
Protests erupt as politician Ousmane Sonko is cleared of rape but gets two years for another offence.