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Elderly Ukrainians weep after escaping floodwaters and Russian fire
There was a steady stream of boat landings throughout the day in Kherson city in southern Ukraine as the rescue efforts were ramped up to reach those stranded by floodwaters.
Putin's dam attack is a dangerous escalation that takes the war in an even more perilous direction
The breach of the Nova Kakhovka dam is most worrying for what it says about the mind of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his generals - and their capacity for dangerous escalation.
Pope Francis's three-hour hernia operation a 'success'
Pope Francis has had a successful operation to repair a hernia in his abdominal wall.
Lionel Messi to join David Beckham's Inter Miami
Football superstar Lionel Messi is to join David Beckham's club Inter Miami.
Ukraine war: 'Ecological catastrophe' - Five environmental impacts of Nova Kakhovka dam collapse
The collapse of the Nova Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine will have profound and far-reaching consequences, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calling it an "environmental bomb of mass destruction".
US-bound plane stranded in remote Russian town 'with lots of nervous people' on board
Passengers on a flight bound for San Francisco have been left stranded in a remote town in rural Russia after the plane suffered an engine problem.
Nova Kakhovka dam: Satellite images reveal scale of destruction wrought on Ukraine's landscape
The scale of the destruction wrought by water pouring through the destroyed Nova Kakhovka dam in Ukraine has been revealed in new satellite images.
New York issues air quality alert as smoke from Canadian wildfires shrouds landmarks
People in New York are being warned to limit outdoor activity as smoke from Canadian wildfires drifts across many areas of the northeastern US.
Crocodile found to have made herself pregnant in first known 'virgin birth'
A crocodile in Costa Rica has made herself pregnant, the first recorded instance of a "virgin birth" in the reptile species.
Dramatic changes to polar ice caps revealed on new map of Arctic and Antarctica
Dramatic changes to the polar ice caps caused by climate change are being reflected in a new edition map of Antarctica and the Artic.
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