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Svetlana Tikhanovskaya: Belarus opposition leader reveals what happened after disputed election
"I am just the same, unselfconfident person I was," Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Sky News in August last year. "But this is my mission. I have to overcome all these difficulties and bring our country to a free future and become a mother and wife again."
Jair Bolsonaro: Brazil senators recommend president faces charges over COVID policies
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro should face a series of criminal indictments over his response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a committee of the country's senators .
Brexit: France releases list of possible sanctions it could impose against UK over fishing dispute
France has released a list of possible sanctions it could impose against the UK over a row involving issues with fishing licences.
Julian Assange: US begins High Court bid to overturn ban on extraditing WikiLeaks founder
The US has asked the High Court to overturn the decision that blocked Julian Assange's extradition on spying charges.
Josh Cavallo: Australian footballer comes out as gay, saying: 'I'm tired of this double life'
Australian footballer Josh Cavallo has come out as gay in an emotional social media post and said he couldn't be happier with his decision and is tired of living a "double life".
Climate change: UK's $1bn support for Mozambique gas project assessed pollution against 2°C warming - not 1.5°C
The emissions from an overseas fossil fuel project the UK is funding to the tune of $1.15bn was assessed against 2°C of warming, not the 1.5°C limit broadly accepted as a safer threshold to avoid the worst effects of climate change, Sky News can reveal.
Josh Cavallo: Adelaide United midfielder says football must change to become welcoming for LGBT+ players
Josh Cavallo feels "overwhelmed" with the worldwide reaction to him coming out as gay, and says it is time for football to "change" and become a more welcoming environment for LGBT+ players.
Sudan: Prime minister and wife at home "under heavy security" after military coup - as ministers reject takeover
Sudan's prime minister Abdalla Hamdock and his wife are at home "under heavy security" after the military seized control in a violent coup.
Cambridge University college returning looted bronze cockerel to Nigeria
A Cambridge University college will return a looted bronze cockerel to Nigeria.
Climate change promises fall short and risk 'destabilised world and endless suffering', UN says
The latest global climate promises to cut emissions are not yet enough to stay under the dangerous threshold of global heating that would trigger severe climate breakdown, UN scientists have warned.