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A drone filmed what the paddle boarder, out on the water on her birthday, calls a "magical moment".
A leading general says 5,600 rebels have been killed in fierce fighting aided by airstrikes.
The Auckland attacker has now been identified as Sri Lankan Ahamed Aathil Mohamed Samsudeen.
Extinction list update reveals mixed news for marine life, as world conservation summit open in France.
People are arriving at US hospitals after overdosing in the unproven belief it can treat Covid.
The US economy added just 235,000 jobs in August, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
The airport says too few staff were on duty at passport control as families returned from holiday.
Jacob Chansley had been indicted on six counts for his role in the pro-Trump siege at the US Capitol.
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