California gears up for its first Super Tuesday
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Indonesia's most active volcano Mount Merapi erupts, shooting a massive ash cloud some 6,000 metres (20,000 feet) in the air.
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Unrest has erupted across France after a teenager was shot during a traffic stop. The incident, described by French President Macron as "inexcusable," is raising questions about police violence in the country.
Police said that two people had been killed in the attack, and that more than one shooter had been involved. Police later said around half of the 28 people injured were under the age of 18.
A suspect has been arrested after a mass shooting left four people dead in Philadelphia. There have been well over 300 mass shootings in the US this year so far.
Peru's most active volcano has been spewing ash and gas since earlier this week, with the smoke cloud traveling over nearby towns. The government declared a state of emergency that lasts 60 days.
The Dutch government has decided to return some 478 highly valuable and culturally significant artworks, which had been looted during the Dutch colonial era.
A video posted on Sudan health ministry's social media showed what appears to be bodies covered in blankets - victims of an air strike on Saturday that is reported to have killed 22 people in Omdurman.
Fans arriving for the Women’s World Cup match between co-hosts New Zealand and Norway at Eden Park in Auckland said they felt safe following a shooting in the country’s largest city earlier on Thursday.
Several others were wounded in the shooting in central Auckland hours before the start of FIFA's Women's World Cup. Matches held in New Zealand will go ahead as planned, Prime Minister Chris Hipkins said.
The European Union's attempts to bolster free speech in parts of Asia have taken another setback following protests from Muslim-majority countries in response to Quran burnings across northern Europe this year.
Firefighters are working to keep open the only highway out of Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories, as wildfires approach. Canada currently has more than a thousand active fires.
The russian warlord at the head of Wagner mercenary group who had been courting African nations who'd been turning away from their traditional colonial allies, is reported dead. A chaotic day at the polls in Zimbabwe leads opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to cry foul. And the BRICS leaders agree to expand the bloc at the emerging economies summit
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