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British BMX star Kieran Reilly lands world's first triple flair video   33%


The rising BMX star Kieran Reilly made history after landing the world's first triple flair trick, 16 years after the first double flair was landed. 'I can’t believe it. So so happy to show you all this! You can see how high emotions were just in this video,' Reilly said on Instagram.

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Oxfam: 10 richest men in the world doubled wealth amid COVID pandemic  

Increasing inequalities are "are tearing our world apart," according to the anti-poverty charity. Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are among the world's richest.


Dolgopyat's Olympic gold is Israel's greatest sporting achievement of all time   25%

On its way to a gold medal in gymnastics, Israel defeated some of the world's sporting powerhouses, but will it be able to take this to the next level?


In pictures: Snow falls in Algeria's Sahara Desert   50%

The ice crystals leave stunning patterns in the sands of the Sahara, the world's largest hot desert.


Tonga volcano: Biblical disaster shakes most Mormon nation in the world   50%

Tonga is the world's most Mormon nation and the Church is playing a key role after the volcanic eruption.


Microsoft set to buy Call of Duty maker   23%

It's the biggest deal in gaming history, bringing some of the world's most popular titles to Game Pass.


Microsoft plans to buy Call of Duty company Activision Blizzard for nearly $70bn   23%

It's the biggest deal in gaming history, bringing some of the world's most popular titles to Game Pass.


Taxing extreme wealth could lift 2.3 billion people out of poverty   42%


The pandemic has shone a spotlight on how inequality kills. As inequalities in income, wealth and access to health care have accelerated, the world's most economically precarious people have suffered far more than their fair share of death and economic loss.


20 of the world's best soups   12%


If a steaming bowl of soup strikes you as the ultimate in old-fashioned comfort, you've got plenty of company. Soup is one of the world's oldest and most universal foods, said Janet Clarkson, author of the book "Soup: A Global History."


Turkmenistan wants to close the 'Gates of Hell'   32%


This week in travel, the United States declared Canada a "very high" risk destination, the world's most powerful passports for 2022 were revealed and Turkmenistan's president called for the country's "Gates of Hell" to close.



NSE world's largest derivatives exchange for 3rd straight year  


The National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India has emerged as the world's largest derivatives exchange for the third consecutive year in 2021 in terms of the number of contracts traded, according to the Futures Industry Association (FIA).


New findings 'strongly suggest' Epstein-Barr virus may help trigger multiple sclerosis   7%


A new study looking at 20 years of blood samples offers stronger evidence that one of the world's most common viruses may set some people on the path to developing multiple sclerosis.


FIFA recognizes Canada captain Christine Sinclair for record goal-scoring   67%


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Soccer's world governing body honoured Canada captain Christine Sinclair on Monday, presenting the world's all-time leading scorer with the Best FIFA Special Award for Women's Football during its awards gala in Zurich.


Pakistan grapples with problem of tainted milk   -11%

Pakistan is the world's fourth largest producer of milk. Domestic demand is strong and some 90 percent of the population consumes untreated raw milk. This provides an opportunity for corrupt retailers but also for farmers who are trying to survive inflation and falling profits. Some use illegal methods to increase the volume of the precious liquid – diluting milk with tap water is one of the most widespread techniques. Others even create fake milk from chemicals. Faced with this serious threat to public health, the authorities in Punjab province have stepped into action, as our correspondents report.