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Horse trainer Gordon Elliott has apologised "profoundly" for an image in which he appeared to be sitting on a dead horse.
The world could face more chemical attacks in the wake of the Salisbury poisonings as people can now learn to make such weapons online, the defence secretary has warned.
Donald Trump has suggested he may run for president again in 2024 - amid an angry attack on Joe Biden in his first major address since leaving the White House.
The UK needs to understand and deal with the risk of China developing new technologies that could "over-match" the West's military strength, the head of the armed forces has said.
Russia has launched a space satellite to monitor the climate and environment in the Arctic - a move by the Kremlin to expand the country's activities in the region.
A man arrested over a protest against Cyprus's choice of Eurovision song has been charged, police have said.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has arrived in a penal colony about 100km (60 miles) east of Moscow to begin his sentence.
A new lockdown has been imposed across the West Bank as Palestinians face a fresh surge of coronavirus cases and a continued wait for a proper vaccine rollout.
Police in Myanmar have fired tear gas, water cannon and stun grenades at pro-democracy protestors, killing at least 18 people dead, the UN has said.
Migrants and asylum seekers are resorting to dangerous night hikes through the Alps to reach France, aid workers are reporting.
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