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Why is part of the Amazon burning?

Amazon deforestation began in earnest in the 1970s, reaching its peak rate at the end of the 1990s and the start of the 2000s

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Around the world in 10 pictures

A look at some of the captivating images from around the world.

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Macron backs more Brexit talks but insists...

Echoing comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Macron supported allowing another month to find a solution to the vexed issue of the Irish border...

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Google says YouTube campaign targeted Hong...

The action by the Google-owned service came this week as Twitter and Facebook accused the Chinese government of backing a social media campaign to discredit...

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US to allow indefinite detention of migrant...

A new policy, to be implemented in 60 days, will not limit how long children or their families can be detained.

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UK's Johnson to hold Brexit talks with Macron...

Macron on Wednesday dismissed Johnson's demands that the EU reopen negotiations on the Irish border, saying that the bloc had always been clear it would...

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UK says to skip most EU meetings from Sept...

The Brexit ministry said in a statement that the time spent preparing for the meetings in Brussels would be better used in readying the country for leaving...

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Merkel warns of Brexit economic pain before...

"The economic sky is not cloudless", and global tensions and Britain's impending departure from the European Union "are already causing us headaches",...

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Police open fire on protesters in DRCongo,...

Beni is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province, where murder, extortion and other crimes are rampant.

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Danish PM 'annoyed and surprised' by Trump...

"I am both annoyed and surprised that the US president has cancelled a state visit," Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen told reporters.

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.