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Pope Francis has arrived in the United Arab Emirates for the first ever visit by a pontiff to the Arabian peninsula.He landed in Abu Dhabi where he was greeted by Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan.The Pope will take part in an interfaith conference and on Tuesday hold Mass in which 120,000 people are expected to attend.
Atlanta rapper 21 Savage has been arrested by immigration officials who say he is actually from the UK, reports say.The rapper, Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, came to the US in July 2005 aged 12 and failed to leave when his visa expired a year later, officials said.An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman said he was being held for removal proceedings.
No traffic in Addis Ababa as Ethiopia marks Car Free Day.Addis Ababa and other cities across Ethiopia are observing the country’s third Car Free Day.
Wreckage from a plane carrying Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala has been discovered in the English Channel.Sala’s family ‘struggling with few answers.
Nigeria’s vice-president has said he is “safe and sound” after surviving a helicopter crash as he was on his way to an election campaign rally.
Friends and relatives of inmates stuck in cells without power or heat at a prison in New York have held a protest against their detention conditions.
The US is to send an additional 2,000 troops to its border with Mexico, the Pentagon has announced. It will bring the total number of troops stationed on the southern border to about 4,300.