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Indonesia races to find missing submarine before it runs out of oxygen on Saturday

Concerns were mounting Thursday over the fate of an Indonesian submarine that went missing with 53 crew members on board, as a military official warned the vessel would run out of oxygen in three days.

See the world leaders invited to today's climate summit

• This company is selling mystery bags of food to combat restaurant waste • Go There: Fred Pleitgen reports from Moscow as Putin and other leaders attend climate summit

90-year-old Hong Kong woman loses $32 million in phone scam

Hong Kong police have arrested a man after a 90-year-old woman lost around HK$247 million ($32 million) in a scam.

Brazil says it's ready to end deforestation in Amazon. But there's a price tag

As the Biden climate summit gets underway, there is growing focus on Brazil -- a notorious offender of deforestation since Bolsonaro was elected. Now the Brazilian government says it's re-committed to ending illegal logging but wants financial support to speed up the process. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.

A rare tropical cyclone is approaching one of Africa's most populated cities

A rare tropical cyclone is approaching Tanzania and could become the first cyclone to make landfall in the nation in modern records.

Experts urge Americans to refinance in 2021

Russia plans to launch its own space station after quitting ISS

Russia is ready to start building its own space station with the aim of launching it into orbit by 2030 if President Vladimir Putin gives the go-ahead, the head of its Roscosmos space agency said on Wednesday.

No masks, no social distancing and a 4,000-strong crowd at next month's Brit Awards, as the UK looks to restart live events

The UK's flagship music awards ceremony, the Brits, will go ahead with a 4,000-strong crowd, no social distancing and no masks next month, as part of a government trial that offers a peek at how large events can operate in a post-pandemic world.

Protests and demonstrations banned at 2020 Tokyo Olympics as Rule 50 upheld

The ban preventing athletes from protesting or demonstrating at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics has been upheld by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

This Hong Kong journalist won awards for her investigation. Now she's been convicted for her work

An award-winning Hong Kong journalist has been convicted of providing false statements to access a database as part of an investigation into alleged police mishandling of a violent mob attack on pro-democracy protesters in 2019.

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