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Mexico obesity: Oaxaca bans sale of junk food to children
Children will no longer be able to buy sugary drinks and calorie-laden snacks in Oaxaca.
Zoe Saldana apologises for playing Nina Simone: 'She deserved better'
The actress says she "should never have played Nina" in the heavily criticised 2016 biopic.
China sentences Canadian to death on drugs charge
The man has been accused of producing ketamine as relations between the countries remain fraught.

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Teens arrested with AK47 at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida
The boys were fleeing police and "had no idea" they had entered the US president's property.
Coronavirus: Los Angeles to shut off water and power to party houses
Houses have become nightclubs despite coronavirus-linked restrictions, Los Angeles mayor says.
Beirut explosion: Aerial footage shows site of blast
Footage captured by drone shows the scale of the destruction after the explosion in Beirut on Tuesday.
Beirut explosion: Exploring the damage after the blast
A Beirut resident show how people are trying to help clean up and recover after the blast.
Hong Kong foreign press says journalists being targeted in US-China stand-off
The Foreign Correspondents' Club warns pressure from Beijing could jeopardise press freedom.
Coronavirus: How does a Covid-19 pandemic come to an end?
The pandemic officially started when the WHO declared it in March 2020 but how will it end?

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Ahmedabad: Fire in India Covid hospital kills eight in critical care
The blaze had spread after a staff member's PPE kit caught fire due to a short circuit.
Hiroshima bomb: Japan marks 75 years since nuclear attack
The first nuclear weapon used in war killed 140,000 people - Japan surrendered days later, ending WW2.
Beirut explosion: Angry residents demand answers after blast
People in Lebanon call for justice after a blast that left at least 137 dead and about 5,000 injured.
Rappers and actors push Zimbabwe hashtag viral
The social media campaign tapping into the anger of the global #BlackLivesMatter phenomenon.
Kashmir: 'I could land up in jail if I express myself freely'
Artists, poets and journalists feel that freedom of expression is under attack in Kashmir.
Zarka's husband sliced off her nose. A surgeon offered to restore it for free
A young Afghan woman suffered a brutal domestic assault, but surgery gave her a ray of hope.
Hiroshima bomb: The day Michiko nearly missed her train
The horrors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb are laid bare through the story of one woman's life.
Coronavirus: France records two-month high in cases
Spain has also recorded its highest number of daily coronavirus cases in months.
Facebook and Twitter restrict Trump accounts over 'harmful' virus claim
The social networks say a post of a TV interview Mr Trump gave contained Covid-19 "misinformation".
Poland LGBT protests: Three charged with hanging rainbow flags off statues
The offences they are charged with are punishable by a fine or up to two years in prison.
Michelle Obama: Former US first lady says she has 'low-grade depression'
The former US first lady blames it on the pandemic, racial tensions and the Trump administration.
Jake Paul: FBI swat team seizes guns at home of YouTube star
The social media star is no stranger to controversy and has had other run-ins with law enforcement.
US election: Biden to accept nomination remotely as virus worsens
Joe Biden will not attend the Democratic convention in Milwaukee because of the coronavirus pandemic.
City growth favours animals 'more likely to carry disease'
Turning wild spaces into farmland or cities creates opportunities for diseases to cross into humans.
Beirut explosion: What we know so far
A devastating explosion in Beirut on Tuesday killed at least 137 people and injured thousands.
Beirut blast: The mother in labour during explosion
Emmanuelle was getting ready to give birth at St George's hospital in Beirut when an explosion rocked Lebanon's capital.
Beirut explosion: Port officials under house arrest as rescue efforts continue
Rescue efforts continue a day after the explosion that left at least 135 dead and over 4,000 injured.
Twitter hack teen's court date 'Zoombombed' with porn
Reporters suggested the hearing was not password-protected, allowing disruption in.
Protest leader beats 20-year Democratic veteran
Cori Bush, a racial justice activist who was once homeless, wins Missouri's Democratic primary.
Coronavirus: How an aged care crisis seized 'ill-prepared' Australia
As Australia endures its most deadly virus period, has it failed its most vulnerable people?
Zhang Yuhuan: Chinese court clears man of murder after 27 years in prison
Zhang Yuhuan, who always claimed his innocence, was China's longest-serving wrongfully convicted inmate.
Instagram rolls out its TikTok rival Reels
The photo-sharing app adds new features that will be very familiar to TikTok fans.

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