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US warship seizes huge weapons shipment in Arabian Sea
The intended destination of the thousands of Russian and Chinese weapons is under investigation.
NBC refuses to air Golden Globes over lack of diversity
NBC, which has aired the Hollywood awards ceremony since 1996, said it wants to see "meaningful reform".
Nasa craft carrying 4.5bn-year-old asteroid dust begins long trek home
Scientists believe the dust sample may provide clues on the formation of the Solar System.
Jerusalem violence: Deadly air strikes hit Gaza after rocket attacks
Up to 20 people are killed as Israel's military responds to rocket fire towards Jerusalem.
India Covid: Dozens of bodies wash up on banks of Ganges river
It is not clear where the bodies came from but local media suggest they may be Covid-19 victims.
Colonial hack: How did cyber-attackers shut off pipeline?
Attacks on critical national infrastructure are an increasing concern, experts say.
US fuel pipeline hackers 'didn't mean to create problems'
The US has relaxed rules on fuel transport after a ransomware cyber-attack took the pipeline offline.
Agent Orange: French court rejects lawsuit against chemical companies
The case sought damages from firms that produced the notorious defoliant used in the Vietnam War.
Iraqi TV journalist shot day after anti-government activist's killing
TV reporter Ahmed Hassan and protest leader Ihab al-Wazni were targeted by unidentified gunmen.
Michel Fourniret: Jailed French serial killer dies aged 79
Dubbed the Ogre of the Ardennes, Fourniret killed at least eight girls or young women.