The first ever flight on another planet has been delayed until at least 14 April, NASA has said, following the discovery of a technical issue with the Ingenuity mini-helicopter stationed on Mars.

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A first-century Roman statue has been recovered by two off-duty Italian police officers almost a decade after it was stolen.

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Jail staff are threatening to force-feed Putin critic Alexei Navalny, who has lost 15kg (33lbs) in weight since he was taken to the prison last month, according to his allies.

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China’s top disease control official has admitted that the efficacy of the country’s coronavirus vaccines is low – and mixing them is among the strategies being considered to boost their effectiveness.

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Iran has blamed Israel for a sabotage attack on one of its underground nuclear facilities.

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Twenty-five Chinese military aircraft have entered Taiwanese airspace in the largest reported incursion to date, according to officials.

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They have gathered in their millions in the temple town of Haridwar, in Uttarakhand.

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Police in Paris are hunting a gunman who opened fire outside a hospital, killing one person and seriously injuring another.

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Paul Davidson, the chief executive of the panel-discussion app Clubhouse, has denied that the company was hacked following reports that user data was circulating online.

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A cyclone cut power to tens of thousands of people overnight and destroyed several homes on Australia’s west coast.

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At the Maslovka railway station just south of the Russian city of Voronezh, there’s a small military camp, a few trucks and a tent.

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About 16,000 people have had to flee their ash-covered communities after a volcano erupted on the Caribbean island of St Vincent.

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A blackout at an Iranian atomic site has been described as “nuclear terrorism” by officials, raising tensions in the region.

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A tropical cyclone has hit the western coast of Australia with winds of more than 100mph (170km) and much of the area put on “red alert”.

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European Council President Charles Michel has said he is not sleeping well at night because he feels embarrassed about a seating arrangement incident at a meeting this week.

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There remains a “shocking imbalance” in the global distribution of coronavirus vaccines, the head of the World Health Organisation has said.

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Pictures shared with Sky News, taken by survivors of the Palma terror attack in Mozambique, give a graphic illustration of a terrifying three days under fire, surrounded by insurgents.

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More than 80 people have been killed by rifle grenades in yet more violent clashes between the military and protesters in Myanmar.

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A tribe in the remote island nation of Vanuatu who hailed Prince Philip as a god will mark his death with ritual wailing and ceremonial dancing, an expert has said.

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US President Joe Biden is among world leaders who have paid tribute to Prince Philip, remembering him for his sense of duty and devotion to the Queen.

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