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Their ancestors were among the first black Americans on Sanibel Island. Hurricane Ian drove them away.
Unlike the Roe v Wade ruling in the US, Indian top court's order is being hailed as hugely progressive.
Energy tops the agenda in Bulgaria's election and Russia's war and its gas play a big role.
Life is getting so hard in Tunisia that increasing numbers are ready to risk their lives to reach Europe.
For many voters in Brazil, the election is as much about who they want to keep out as who they want in.
Teachers in parts of recently-occupied Ukraine say they were beaten and forced to destroy textbooks.
The War on Larkiv game was accepted and promoted by the world's largest children's game platform.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.
Lance Armstrong said he'd apologise to the man he sued for reporting on his doping
New text messages between Musk and Twitter boss Parag Agrawal reveal how the relationship broke down.
Researchers hope to learn more about the species, found in a Salzburg forest, before it goes into hibernation.
Germany, France, the UK and Sweden have been warned over the involvement of their "agents", Iran says.
An army captain has announced the removal of the country's military leader Lt Col Paul-Henri Damiba.
Vladimir Putin sparks outcry by annexing four regions of Ukraine, while President Zelensky applies to Nato.
President Putin has sparked an international outcry by annexing four regions of occupied Ukraine.
Denmark and Greenland agree to investigate traumatising birth control procedures on Inuit Greenlanders.
The military leader says talks are under way "to restore calm" after reports of another coup attempt.
President Putin conducts a signing ceremony announcing the illegal seizure of four areas of Ukraine.
The Russian leader's fiery speech is an attempt to divert from Russia's problems on the battlefield.
Members of the Lev Tahor group forced their way past guards at the site in Huixtla.