In southern Madagascar, “famine-like conditions” have doubled the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance compared with last year, to more than 1.3 million.
Humanitarian crisis looms in Madagascar amid drought, pandemic
Some 9,000 children died in Ireland's church-run homes for unwed mothers, a government report found. This is equivalent to 15 percent of all children who were born or lived in the 18 institutions investigated over nearly 80 years.
Some 9,000 children died in church-run mother and baby homes: Irish report
Shortly before sunrise on January 9, about 40 officers and officials gathered outside the police station in Calais, northern France, as temperatures dipped to -3°C (26.6°F). Shortly after, in a well-drilled procedure, a nine-vehicle convoy started down the road toward the first of five forced evictions of makeshift refugee camps planned for that morning.
'Like torture’: French police accused of continued migrant rights abuses
Hundreds of migrants are taking shelter in abandoned buildings in and around the northwestern Bosnian town of Bihac, wrapping up as best they can against the snow and freezing weather and hoping eventually to reach EU member Croatia across the border.
'Please help us': Migrants, exposed to freezing Bosnia winter, await chance to reach EU
Australia’s acting prime minister, Michael McCormack, has been criticized for “beyond disgusting” comments, after he stated that “all lives matter” when defending previous comments comparing the deadly US Capitol siege to Black Lives Matter protests.
Australian acting PM's 'all lives matter' comment labeled 'beyond disgusting'
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“Bye bye family. We’re heading home for now,” Ratih Windania posted on Instagram from Jakarta’s airport with pictures of three laughing children and two emojis blowing kisses.
Still hoping: Indonesians await news of relatives on crashed plane

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