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COVID-19: 'How can we protect our population?' - Kenya's president criticises vaccine nationalism
Kenya's president has told Sky News that vaccine nationalism "has really shown how unequal this world is" - and has vowed to fight "day and night" to ensure that developing countries are treated equally.
Turkey: Three dead in fires as authorities investigate causes of blazes - including possible sabotage
Three people have died following wildfires in southern Turkey, with officials investigating the causes of almost 60 blazes.
Scarlett Johansson sues Disney for streaming Black Widow at same time it was released in cinemas
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney - accusing the company of breaching her contract when it offered the film Black Widow on its streaming service at the same time as it was released in theatres.
British military chiefs criticise China and Russia for 'reckless' behaviour in space
Two military chiefs have criticised China and Russia for "reckless" behaviour in space, such as using weapons to destroy satellites, leaving a trail of dangerous debris orbiting Earth.
Malta 'responsible' for murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, inquiry concludes
An independent inquiry into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has found the Maltese state responsible because it created a "culture of impunity".
COVID-19: Military called in to enforce Sydney lockdown as Delta variant fuels record one-day rise in coronavirus cases
Hundreds of military personnel have been called up to help enforce a COVID lockdown in Australia's biggest city.
Hawaii tsunami watch dropped after 8.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Alaska
An 8.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the coast of Alaska triggered a tsunami watch in Hawaii - with a warning that waves may even be felt as far away as Australia.
Beijing Winter Olympics: Dominic Raab 'unlikely' to attend 2022 Games as calls grow for boycott over China's alleged Uighur abuses
Dominic Raab has said it is "unlikely" that he will attend the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022, amid growing calls for British dignitaries to boycott the event over alleged human rights abuses in China.
Earth Overshoot Day: We've already consumed more this year than the planet can regenerate
Humanity's global demand for ecological resources this year has already exceeded those that the Earth can regenerate in 12 months, according to researchers.
COVID-19: EU warns against visiting popular Greek tourist islands including Mykonos, Rhodes and Santorini as cases rise
The most popular Greek tourist destinations have been marked "dark red" on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control's COVID-19 map.