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US kills senior Islamic State leaders in two separate operations in Syria

US forces killed three senior Islamic State leaders in two separate military operations in Syria Thursday, including a rare ground raid in a portion of the northeast that is controlled by the Syrian regime, US officials said. READ MORE

UK apology sought for British war crimes in Palestine

A 300-page dossier details atrocities by British soldiers against Palestinians during UK rule. READ MORE

The LA kids who started behind and then flew ahead

A new scheme in Los Angeles is proving effective in helping teenagers with poor English. READ MORE

Chris Williamson: Bullied at school, bored on Love Island, now a podcast star

How did Chris Williamson go from the villa, to a US-based podcast with tens of millions of downloads? READ MORE

Afghanistan: 'More more of us might be killed - but we will win'

Forty-five female students died in the most recent attack on an education centre in Afghanistan. READ MORE

Zero-Covid: How Xi's flagship policy is spoiling his party

Restrictions continue for millions of Chinese and this is putting political pressure on Xi Jinping. READ MORE

Putin's dream of Russian victory slips away in Ukraine

While Russia's president annexes large areas of Ukraine, the truth on the ground looks very different. READ MORE

Africa's week in pictures: 30 September - 6 October 2022

A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week. READ MORE

The exiled Russian journalists challenging Kremlin censorship

A punitive law has led to the mass exodus of journalists from Russia. READ MORE

US comments on idea of deploying nuclear weapons to Poland

Washington has no plans to deploy nuclear arms to any of its Eastern European NATO allies, the State Department says The US will not deploy any nuclear weapons to Poland or any other NATO nation in the Eastern Europe, the US State Department Principal Deputy Spokesman Vedant Patel told journalists on Thursday. Earlier, Polish President Andrzej… READ MORE

Enough evidence to indict Hunter Biden – WaPo

Prosecutors to decide if they want to charge the US president’s son for tax and firearm crimes Federal agents who have been investigating US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter have enough evidence to charge him with crimes related to taxes and a gun purchase, but the decision is up to a career prosecutor in Delaware,… READ MORE

Saskatchewan suspect killed 11, including brother, police say

Police say the brothers planned the rampage together, but one killed the other for reasons that remain unclear. READ MORE