A far-right group is suspected of planning to storm parliament and install an aristocrat as leader.
Raphael Warnock fights off Republican challenger Herschel Walker to hold his Georgia Senate seat.
Raphael Warnock's re-election gives Democrats total Senate control - and some breathing room.
The execution is carried out before a crowded sports stadium after the man confesses to murder.
Officials insist visitors are unlikely to be affected but rights groups say "it will be a problem".
Officials say asymptomatic and mild cases will no longer be forced into state quarantine centres.
The baby needs life-saving treatment, but his parents oppose blood transfusions from vaccinated donors.
Two trains collide near Barcelona on Wednesday morning, leaving at least 155 people injured.
Thousands detained in 2019 are stuck in limbo, with their home countries unwilling to repatriate them.
Russia says a third site was attacked by drones on Tuesday, a day after two of its airfields were hit on Monday.
San Francisco reverses its decision to allow police to use robots equipped with lethal weapons.
Ndambi Guebuza is among 11 defendants found guilty of corruption for a $2bn failed fishing project.
The prime minister says the plan will "bring down prices for British consumers" by securing supplies.
The Big Cat Public Safety Act seeks to stop people exploiting animals such as lions and tigers for profit.
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