Pyongyang fires a submarine-launched ballistic missile weeks after the South unveiled its own such weapon.
The ex-US secretary of state, the first African-American in that role, died of Covid complications.
Zalmay Khalilzad led talks with the Taliban that resulted in a deal to fully withdraw US troops.
The Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai says the Taliban must announce that girls can go to school.
The blade, which is encrusted with marine organisms, is believed to be about 900 years old.
Police have "grave concerns" for four-year-old Cleo Smith, after she vanished from her family's tent.
His apology comes two weeks after he skipped an event on the first Truth and Reconciliation Day.
Victims of last week's bow-and-arrow attack were actually killed by a "sharp object", police say.
The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips expand the firm's use of silicon it has designed.
US climate envoy John Kerry says to avoid the worst consequences of climate change decisions have to be made now.
Ghazwan al-Zawbaee is allegedly behind a 2016 attack on a shopping centre that killed 300 people.
The famed service is helping solve the immense challenge of vaccinating remote Australia.
The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
The trial of Dennis Hutchings, 80, had been adjourned when he tested positive for Covid-19.
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