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Witnesses say several people died when soldiers opened fire in Lagos but the army calls it "fake news".
They include a parent who reportedly exchanged text messages with the killer before the attack.
Police in Paraguay discovered the record haul of the drug in a container destined for Israel.
It comes amid reports that several people have been shot dead or wounded at a protest in Lagos.
The attack took place on the German capital's Museum Island and took over two weeks to come to light.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir kept calm as a 5.5 magnitude earthquake interrupted a live TV interview.
Chaos broke out when thousands gathered in a stadium in Afghanistan to apply for visas to Pakistan.
A grand juror says the panel was not given the opportunity to bring homicide charges against police.
The US president, who sparked a trade war with Beijing, is critical of US firms doing business in China.
A bill that would ban vegetarian items from being called sausages or burgers is set to be voted on.
A study suggests old age increases the risk, as does asthma, excess weight, and being female.
The PLA soldier was apprehended by India after he strayed across their contested border on Monday.
Joseph and Eve, who have been married for 60 years, were separated due to Covid restrictions.
Young activists explain the challenges they have faced in demonstrating during a global pandemic.
Isaiah and Nathan's mother and father died from Covid-19 within two weeks of each other.
Osiris-Rex makes brief contact with asteroid Bennu in an effort to pick up fragments of rock.
Long queues, weird rules and strict ID laws... what are the barriers to voting and why do they exist?
Tiffany Trump makes a slip-up at a gay pride event and two political rivals do something very unexpected.
Police have arrested a man and Danish media say it was Peter Madsen, jailed for life in 2018.
The New Yorker magazine suspends Jeffrey Toobin who apologises for "an embarrassingly stupid mistake".