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Iran says key Natanz nuclear facility hit by 'sabotage'
The country's top nuclear official says a power outage at its Natanz site was "nuclear terrorism".
Being mixed race like Kamala Harris: 'I feel just as Indian as I feel black'
Three women who share Kamala Harris' mixed parentage open up about balancing the two sides of their lives.
Yuri Gagarin: Sixty years since the first man went into space
The BBC speaks to the woman who, as a child, witnessed Yuri Gagarin's return to Earth 60 years ago.
Why India's forest fires are worrying scientists
Activists say authorities in India and Nepal seem underprepared to fight forest fires.
Camille Pissarro: Transatlantic struggle for painting stolen by Nazis
A Pissarro painting is the focus of a custody battle involving a Holocaust survivor and a US museum.
Cyclone Seroja: Storm makes landfall in Western Australia
The storm made landfall late on Sunday, leaving thousands of homes without power.
Cambodia criticises edited photos of Khmer Rouge victims
Some of the images colourised by an Irish artist appear to have been edited to show them smiling.
China mine rescue: Crews work to free trapped workers in Xinjiang
Twenty-one people are trapped underground after a coal mine flooded in the Xinjiang region.
Markus Söder joins German chancellor race
Bavaria's premier finally says he may be the conservatives' candidate to replace Angela Merkel.
Ecuador picks president under the shadow of Covid
The young left-wing candidate Andrés Arauz faces pro-market former banker Guillermo Lasso.