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Sandstorm sends pollution in Beijing to maximum level

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Residents urged to avoid outdoor activities as strong winds bring in dust from northwest.

China, North Korea top agenda as Blinken begins first Asian tour

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Top diplomat will arrive in Tokyo on Monday before heading to Seoul as he seeks to rebuild frayed alliances.

Bolivia’s ex-interim president Anez appears in court after arrest

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Prosecutor accuses Jeanine Anez and two of her ministers of sedition, terrorism and conspiracy for alleged 2019 coup.

What next in Brazil after Lula’s corruption convictions annulled?

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Judge's decision opens door for former president to run in 2022 elections, but legal experts say many questions remain.

The abortion cases that could force El Salvador to loosen its ban

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Appeal of woman's 30-year sentence for suspected abortion comes amid 'green wave' of decriminalisation in Latin America.

How high will Bitcoin go?

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With the cryptocurrency hitting another record, demand for its virtual coins is only rising.

London police chief won’t resign over handling of vigil

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London's police commissioner says she will not resign, defends officers' actions dispersing a vigil for Sarah Everard.

Merkel’s party suffers losses in two German states: Exit polls

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Chancellor Merkel’s party heads for defeat months before a national vote on who will replace her.

Myanmar security forces kill dozens of anti-coup protesters

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Casualties 'drastically increasing', advocacy group says, as military gov't declares martial law over two Yangon areas.

Fauci hopes Trump will encourage supporters to get COVID jabs

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US infectious disease expert's comments come as recent polls show high percentage of Republicans wary of vaccination.

Police break up anti-lockdown protest ahead of Dutch elections

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Police use water cannon and batons to disperse anti-lockdown protesters from a field in The Hague.

Kosovo opens Israel embassy in Jerusalem

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Move comes after Israel recognised Kosovo's independence and means there are 3 countries with embassies in Jerusalem.

CAR holds second round of legislative polls in shadow of violence

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Polls include runoff votes in 49 districts and first-round voting in 69 districts where violence stopped December vote.

Syria’s Asma al-Assad faces police investigation in the UK

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Law firm brings case alleging the wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad incited and encouraged 'terrorist' acts.

The murder of Sarah Everard and the shadow pandemic

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Safe spaces for women are shrinking, but increased policing will not solve the problem.

‘A can of worms’: Experts weigh in on the vaccine passport debate

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There is no consensus on how coronavirus vaccine passports should be used but many countries are exploring the idea.

Kenya-Somalia maritime boundary dispute explained

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International Court of Justice in The Hague is scheduled to start hearing the case between the neighbours on Monday.

Inmate had COVID for weeks, St Louis jail didn’t know: Documents

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Tests obtained by Al Jazeera show 14 days passed before jail criticised for its COVID safety protocols was informed.

‘Racist agenda’: Fear, worries over Sri Lanka’s burqa ban

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Proposal to ban the burqa in Sri Lanka viewed by many as attempt to appease Sri Lanka's Buddhist majority.

Syria – is it a war without end? | Start Here

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Ten years after the start of the Syrian war, who’s still fighting whom? And is there an end in sight?

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