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BBC News - World
  1. Hurricane Ian: Cities flooded and power cut as storm crosses Florida

    Some 2.2 million homes are without electricity after 241km/h (150mph) winds tore down power lines.
  2. Nord Stream: Sweden finds new leak in Russian gas pipeline

    The EU says the leaks are caused by sabotage and promises the "strongest possible response".
  3. Kamala Harris in S Korea day after North fires missiles

    The launches follow US-South Korea naval drills on Monday, and another missile fired by N Korea on Sunday.
  4. Coolio: Michelle Pfeiffer and Snoop Dogg lead tributes to Gangsta's Paradise rapper

    Stars pay tribute to Gangsta's Paradise rapper, who has died at 59 after being found unresponsive.
  5. Indian official mocks sanitary pad request

    The civil servant told the schoolgirl that next she will ask for the government to provide free condoms.
  6. Ukraine war: On the front line with troops in Kherson region

    The BBC’s Abdujalil Abdurasulov reports from Ukrainian front line positions in the Kherson region
  7. Optus: How a massive data breach has exposed Australia

    Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
  8. Ilya Smirin: Chess commentator sacked for sexist comments during match

    The grandmaster was criticised for on-air remarks labelled "offensive" and "embarrassing".
  9. Hurricane Ian: Cuba begins restoring power after storm

    The island's electrical system experienced a complete collapse in the wake of the deadly storm.
  10. World Cup 2022: Denmark to wear 'toned down' jerseys in protest at hosts Qatar

    Denmark will wear "toned down" jerseys for the World Cup to protest against Qatar's human rights record and treatment of migrant workers.