A body, believed to be that of murdered British backpacker Grace Millane, was found on Sunday on the outskirts of Auckland, New Zealand police said.
New Zealand police: Body of murdered British backpacker found
Over 800,000 people were at a risk of starvation in Mozambique, the National Institute for Calamities Management (INGC) said.
Over 800,000 people at risk of starvation in Mozambique
A pepper spray intended for use on violent prisoners in England and Wales has been approved despite being used in nonviolent incidents more than a third of the time in a recent trial, contravening official guidance, the Guardian learned.
Pepper spray used in nonviolent situations in prison pilot
Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege may have won his Nobel Prize for his work to end sexual violence in war, but the surgeon said the groundwork for equality must be laid in peacetime, as he praised movements like #MeToo.
Mukwege: Fight to end rape in war must begin in peacetime
The next election of Australia could shape up as an important contest for centrist voters who consider climate and environmental concerns as a test of leadership according to leading social researcher Rebecca Huntley.
Next election test of leadership on climate and the environment
Turkish woman Tulay Gercek stands in front of a vending machine at a busy Istanbul metro station but instead of putting coins into a slot, she crams plastic bottles into a hole.
Slow recycler Turkey seeks better uses for its trash
Far out into the Indian Ocean where it is forced to be self-reliant, the island nation of Mauritius is weaning itself off fossil fuels by turning to its main cash-crop sugar cane, for electricity.
In Mauritius, sugar cane means money, renewable energy
As day broke on negotiations at a momentous climate change conference in the Polish city of Katowice, politicians, diplomats and scientists were given a rude awakening.
COP24: Poland shows no signs of breaking coal addiction
Students often end up making lifelong friendships with the fellow "freshers" they find themselves placed next to in their accommodation – but what determines who lives alongside each other?
University friends: By chance or by design?

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