It means the viral outbreak has spread to 14 countries with more than 80 cases detected so far.
Anthony Albanese vows to take the nation in a new direction, creating a renewable energy superpower.
Miners in eastern Ukraine on how a difficult job has become even more dangerous.
Managing director Kristalina Georgieva says state subsidies can help with the cost of living.
Shagufta Ahmed's first job was to get justice for her father, a lecturer murdered after he blew the whistle on a colleague.
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The BBC goes on patrol with the Taliban's "moral police", whose job it is to enforce hard-line rule.
Canan Kaftancioglu has been convicted for insulting President Erdogan and the Turkish state.
Australia's defeated PM had a carefully cultivated image, but it failed him in the end.
Only a negotiated solution will work, says Ukraine's president, as fighting intensifies in Donbas.
Australia's new PM will be the country's first Labor leader in nearly a decade.
Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska in rare interview with husband
Temperatures in southern Spain reach 40C, up to 15 degrees higher than average for this time of year.
UK holidaymakers without a jab will be allowed entry with a negative test or proof of recovery.
Although he disliked the accolade, Roger Angell was hailed for his innovative writing about the game.
On a visit to the region, President Joe Biden said the US could provide Covid-19 jabs "immediately".
Another 50 suspected cases of the rare disease are being investigated, the WHO says.
Officials said the tornado cut a path of destruction during violent storms in the west of the country.
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