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Football star Thierry Henry to quit social media over racism

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Sportsman calls on social media giants to address 'toxic' anonymous account holders.

‘Warrior women together’: Mothers of the Black trans family

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Activist LaSaia Wade is combating systemic inequality in the LGBTQ community by following in her role model’s footsteps.

US: Dominion Voting sues Fox News for defamation

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The voting systems company says it was subject of a misinformation campaign by Trump and allies over the 2020 election.

Indian farmers block railways, roads to mark 4 months of protests

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Farmers squat on railway tracks and roads across India to mark months of protests against new farm laws.

Egypt: Train collision kills 32 after emergency brake triggered

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More than 60 others injured after two trains collide north of Sohag city, health ministry says.

Six years on, peace remains elusive for Yemen

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On its sixth anniversary, Yemen's devastating conflict is still continuing at full force.

Brazil’s COVID deaths ‘biggest genocide in our history’: Lula

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Ex-president hits out at President Bolsonaro, saying the country will not withstand COVID if 'he continues to govern'.

Virus variants point to need to scale manufacturing

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New realities are imposing themselves, demanding different approaches to disease surveillance and vaccine development.

UK debates Prophet Muhammad caricatures after teacher suspended

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Batley Grammar School apologised after a teacher showed students the images, a move which has split opinion.

Afonsinho: Brazil midfielder who fought for labour rights

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A Brazilian footballer's battle for greater freedom to change clubs sparked reforms benefitting generations of players.

Mexico ramps up vaccinations as COVID deaths top 200,000

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Experts believe the actual death toll is 100,000 deaths higher, but is unknown due to extremely low rate of testing.

Many dead in fire at COVID hospital in India’s Mumbai

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At least 10 die after fire breaks out in a mall housing a hospital treating coronavirus patients in the city.

US gives $15m to Palestinians to fight against COVID-19

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US move comes as a 'renewed commitment to Palestinian people' after ex-President Trump's one-sided support to Israel.

Will civil disobedience turn into armed resistance in Myanmar?

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We challenge the envoy for Myanmar’s ousted civilian government and discuss rising rates of femicide with Elif Shafak.

‘Brothers and sisters’: Indian village shelters Myanmar nationals

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Al Jazeera visits village in northeastern Mizoram state along India-Myanmar border that hosts hundreds who fled coup.

Turkey rejects Macron’s claim of election ‘interference’

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Turkey condemns French president's claim that Ankara might meddle in next year's elections, dubbing it 'unjust'.

Dislodging Suez Canal ship said to need at least a week

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It could take weeks to free Ever Given ship if cargo needs to be unloaded or extensive repairs made to the...

US: Alabama tornadoes kill five, head towards Georgia

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Tornadoes arise from early spring 'supercell' storms, leaving destroyed homes in their wake.

International football returns to Libya after seven-year hiatus

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Libyan football fans enjoy the return of international football, despite their side's 5-2 defeat to Tunisia in Benghazi.

Philippines, Vietnam press China over South China Sea activities

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Philippine president urged to take a firmer stand towards Beijing as expert warns of Chinese 'occupation'.

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