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Rolling Stones warn Trump not to use their songs - or face legal action
The president's campaign could face legal action if it ignores "cease and desist directives".
Simpsons ends use of white actors to voice people of colour
The decision by the US comedy show follows years of criticism over a white actor playing an Indian.
Coronavirus: Florida and Texas reverse reopening as US cases pass 2.5m
Florida and Texas reverse moves to reopen business amid warnings hospitals may soon be overwhelmed.

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Lazarus Chakwera sworn in as Malawi president after historic win
The opposition candidate won nearly 60% of the vote to defeat the incumbent.
Mississippi moves to strip Confederate emblem from state flag
The southern state of Mississippi is the last in the US to feature the emblem on its flag.
Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne on her double helping of political movies
Rose Byrne plays a political shark and a feminist icon in two new productions about to hit the small screen.
Coronavirus: How Delhi 'wasted' lockdown to become India's biggest hotspot
India's capital now has the country's highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases.
Afghanistan war: Russia denies paying militants to kill US troops
US reports say a Russian intelligence unit offered rewards for killing US and allied troops.
Mahmoud Dicko: Mali imam challenges President Keïta
Mahmoud Dicko is spearheading mass protests against the West African state's embattled president.
Li Zhensheng: Photographer of China's cultural revolution
Li Zhensheng captured a time when China was plunged into a decade of chaos and turmoil.
'The love letter to my neighbourhood that helped me flee my country'
José Gregorio Márquez was ashamed of the place he grew up, but he came to love it before leaving it forever.
Coronavirus: Cut negatives capture the isolation of lockdown
Photographer Aletheia Casey talks about her series To Dance With Shadows, made during the pandemic.
Coronavirus: How coming-of-age rituals were interrupted - and reinvented
How coming-of-age rituals were interrupted - and reinvented - amid the coronavirus pandemic.
To Italy with Love: Postcards from a Covid-America
An Italian student in Ohio watched her country reel from the coronavirus pandemic.
How prosthetics transformed a circus performer's art
Circus performer Erin Ball thought her career was over when she lost her feet in an accident in 2014.
Poland's clash of values in presidential election
If President Andrzej Duda loses, the opposition could force a change in Polish politics.
Malawi opposition leader Lazarus Chakwera wins historic poll rerun
Lazarus Chakwera wins nearly 60% of the vote to defeat the incumbent and become Malawi's president.
Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from policy school
The prestigious US university says Woodrow Wilson's racist views made him "an inappropriate namesake".
Galwan Valley: China to use martial art trainers after India border clash
The move follows deadly fighting between Indian and Chinese troops in an area where guns are banned.
Mexico launches raids after assassination attempt of police chief
Three people were killed in Friday's extremely violent ambush but Mexico's police chief survived.
India locusts: Swarm sweeps into Delhi suburb Gurgaon
Parts of Delhi are placed on alert and residents are forced to close windows and doors.
Yemen crisis: Five years of hunger, five years of war
Yemen's humanitarian crisis is worsening as coronavirus compounds the impact of the conflict.
ICYMI: Dog goggles and a plant audience
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Coronavirus: Delhi struggles to cope with Covid-19 surge
As cases soar in India's capital, its chief minister warns of health care shortages and more deaths.
Narriearra: New South Wales creates national park for rare species
Narriearra station is the largest purchase of private land for conservation in New South Wales history.
First Viking ship excavation in a century begins in Norway
Just three other well-preserved vessels from the period have been discovered in the Scandinavian country.



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