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Missing British explorer Benedict Allen 'found' in Papua New Guinea

A British explorer who went missing in Papua New Guinea has been sighted safe and well, according to reports.

Execution halted after failure to find vein for lethal injection

Alva Campbell was scheduled to die on Wednesday - but the death row inmate is still alive as executioners failed to find a vein for a lethal injection.

Serial killer Charles Manson taken to hospital 'in serious condition'

Convicted mass murderer Charles Manson has been taken to hospital and is reported to be in a serious condition.

Myanmar troops accused of gang-raping Rohingya women and girls

Human Rights Watch has accused Myanmar security forces of a systematic campaign of sex crimes - including the rape of women and girls - against Rohingya Muslims in the country's Rakhine State.

Missing explorer Benedict Allen's children 'seriously worried'

Missing explorer Benedict Allen's children 'seriously worried'

The wife of British explorer Benedict Allen has said their three children are "seriously worried" about their father.

'We sped off' to avoid heavily-armed troops in Zimbabwe's tense capital Harare

'We sped off' to avoid heavily-armed troops in Zimbabwe's tense capital Harare

Even flying into the Zimbabwean capital , Harare, it was clear the country was at a tipping point.

Leonardo da Vinci's painting Salvator Mundi sells for record £342m

Leonardo da Vinci's painting Salvator Mundi sells for record £342m

A recently salvaged and restored Leonardo da Vinci painting has sold for a record-breaking sum at auction.

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Japanese rail firm apologises after train leaves 20 seconds early

Japanese rail firm apologises after train leaves 20 seconds early

A Japanese rail firm has apologised after an intercity service left a station 20 seconds earlier than scheduled.

Electric vehicle boom increasing risk of cobalt mined by children ending up in batteries

Electric vehicle boom increasing risk of cobalt mined by children ending up in batteries

The boom in electric vehicles is increasing the risk of cobalt mined by children in the Democratic Republic of Congo ending up in batteries, a report from Amnesty International has found.

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