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From targeted attacks to land grabs, the country’s most marginalised people suffer as little help comes from government.

Police begin probe after people at shopping mall were heard booing as the anthem was played after fencer won gold.

At least 750 Afghans and their family members have already been approved and have cleared security vetting.

Pacific island nation’s hospitals overwhelmed and people are struggling as government puts hopes on vaccination.

Warmer ties could help revive stalled talks over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons programme.

Half of Myanmar’s population could become infected with COVID within the next two weeks, the UK tells UNSC.

Demonstrators are calling for the president and the attorney general to step down as government corruption increases.

Merrick Garland said if Texas continues to implement the ground restrictions on migrants, it would lead to legal action.