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Climate change and hunger are driving a refugee crisis in the African countries bordering Lake Chad

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A new kind of climate refugee is emerging

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Remote areas of Africa are feeling the costly impacts of the war in Ukraine

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Encore: London's Victoria and Albert Museum exhibit acknowledges its colonial legacy

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U.K. Supreme Court rules that Scotland can't hold an independence referendum

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Welsh fans are ecstatic over the team's first World Cup match in more than 6 decades

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A London museum spotlights African fashion — and grapples with its colonial legacy

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Britain announces big tax rises and spending cuts over the next five years

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Zania Muhammed comforts her malnourished son, Mazzam Brahim, in the emergency section for critical care patients at a hospital in N'djamena, Chad. The war in Ukraine has caused food prices to skyrocket, leaving many without enough to eat. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Even remote corners of Africa are feeling the costly impacts of war in Ukraine

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Rishi Sunak waves outside the door to No. 10 Downing Street on Tuesday after delivering his first speech as prime minister. Daniel Leal/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Britain's Prime Minister Liz Truss attends a news conference in the Downing Street Briefing Room in central London, Oct. 14. Truss has only been in office for six weeks but has already drawn calls for her removal. Daniel Leal/AP hide caption

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The U.K.'s Liz Truss hangs on by a thread as she loses another Cabinet minister

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