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Rugby World Cup: Investigation after rugby referee Jayco Peyper poses with Wales fans

Rugby World Cup: Investigation after rugby referee Jayco Peyper poses with Wales fans

World Rugby has launched an investigation after a referee appeared to mock his sending-off of a France player while posing with Wales fans.
Thai king strips 'disloyal' royal mistress of titles

Thai king strips 'disloyal' royal mistress of titles

Thailand's king has stripped his royal mistress of her titles and military ranks for being "disloyal" and trying to undermine the queen.
55 elephants starve to death in Zimbabwe after drought

55 elephants starve to death in Zimbabwe after drought

At least 55 elephants have starved to death in the last two months in Zimbabwe's biggest national park.
Japan braces for more storms after braving deadly typhoon

Japan braces for more storms after braving deadly typhoon

Japan will be hit by two more storms a week after it was devastated by a deadly typhoon.
Plane diverted after cabin crew 'lost consciousness'

Plane diverted after cabin crew 'lost consciousness'

An American Airlines flight was diverted to Dublin after a cleaning solution was spilled in the galley and cabin crew "lost consciousness".
Google to update Pixel 4 software after security concerns

Google to update Pixel 4 software after security concerns

The new Pixel 4 smartphone will soon be updated to require eyes to be open for its face unlocking feature after concerns were raised about security.
Franco's remains to be exhumed from state mausoleum on Thursday

Franco's remains to be exhumed from state mausoleum on Thursday

The remains of dictator Francisco Franco will be exhumed from a state mausoleum on Thursday, the Spanish government has announced.
Claim of kidnap plot as Julian Assange denied extradition delay

Claim of kidnap plot as Julian Assange denied extradition delay

Julian Assange's lawyer has accused the US of attempting to "kidnap and harm" the WikiLeaks founder, as he was denied a delay in his extradition.
Syria: More than 60 British children trapped in northeast of country, Save the Children warns

Syria: More than 60 British children trapped in northeast of country, Save the Children warns

More than 60 British children are trapped in northeast Syria after fleeing IS-held areas - around double the estimated figure previously reported.
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