Heating from humans has caused irreparable damage to the Earth that may get worse in coming decades.
Hundreds on the island of Evia flee to safety by sea as a record heatwave sparks devastating fires.
Thousands of people have had to evacuate Greece's second biggest island as severe wildfires rage.
Brittany Commisso speaks for the first time about alleged groping incidents with New York governor.
French police also suspect the Rwandan man of starting a fire that ravaged Nantes cathedral in 2020.
Kwek Yu Xuan weighed only 212g - the weight of an apple - when she was born in Singapore last year.
Many companies are only pretending to care about the climate, the activist tells Vogue Scandinavia.
Alexander Lukashenko insists he had nothing to do with a suspicious hanging in Ukraine last week.
The figure for newly-confirmed Covid infections is bang in the middle of the range for the past two weeks.
Unicef says 27 deaths were recorded in three regions over 72 hours, amid rising violence.
When Samia Suluhu Hassan first became Tanzania's president some doubted her, she tells the BBC.
Lizben Agha was held for weeks without charge after becoming caught up with the three men's arrest.
The move comes after a woman's allegations of sexual assault went viral on Chinese social media.
The Dixie Fire has burned through more than 489,000 acres and could take weeks to extinguish.
The results were boosted by a rise in oil prices as demand recovers after the pandemic.
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