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 Nadia Power: “It would have been a bonus, to make the Olympics this year, but next year now it’s a bigger target, I’ll be 23, and no excuses.” Photograph: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Nadia Power was reading a column by Sonia O’Sullivan, a few weeks back, which softly lamented the lack of something as magical as the sub-four minute (...)

The owner and co-worker of the 1 Classie Africa beauty salon in Johannesburg, South Africa. Although hair salons are open, many like this one are struggling to get customers to visit them. Photograph: Kim Ludbrook/EPA

Africa has passed 400,000 confirmed coronavirus cases. The number has increased fourfold across the continent since May 22nd, when it hit 100,000, bef(...)

Children at a displaced persons camp in the Khokha district of Yemen’s western province of Hodeida. Photograph: Khaled Ziad/AFP via Getty Images

One in 97 people on Earth have now been forcibly displaced, according to the latest annual UN Refugee Agency global trends report, which says that 79.(...)

The International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands. Photograph: AP

It’s straight out of the Polish government playbook. An outrageous decision by US president Donald Trump to impose sanctions on the International Crim(...)

Sir Samuel Baker Road in Gulu, northern Uganda, is named after a British explorer who is said to have laid the foundations for colonialism. Photograph: Sally Hayden

As statues of slave traders are torn down across Europe and the US, thousands of people have signed a petition to have the names of streets and landma(...)

Ali Kushayb has personally been linked by witness evidence to 504 killings, 20 cases of rape and the forced displacement of 41,000 people

In a substantial boost to its credibility, the International Criminal Court has confirmed that a former Sudanese militia leader facing an extraordinar(...)

Mother Gráinne with her three Northern cheetah cubs – yet to be named – in Fota Wildlife Park, Cork. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Fota Wildlife Park is hoping its latest arrivals will help boost its visitor numbers over the summer months as it announced the birth of three new che(...)

Ahmed Awadalla (8), a student at Our Lady of Lourdes NS, Goldenbridge, Dublin, with his dad, Tarig Awadalla. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Thousands of the country’s poorest children are at risk of “holiday hunger” if free school meals programmes are not extended – or substituted – throug(...)

Dr Rania Ahmed, a Sudanese anaesthetist working in Dublin, who was a first responder following the massacre of civilian protesters in Khartoum, Sudan, shortly after ousting of al-Bashir. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

As a doctor moments after a massacre in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, Rania Ahmed was in both the right and wrong place. “I would be in trouble (...)

Truck driver Naliku Musa waits for coronavirus test results at the border between Uganda and South Sudan, which is closed to everything except cargo trucks. Photograph: Sally Hayden

Sitting dolefully on the border between South Sudan and Uganda, truck driver Naliku Musa looks exhausted. The 33-year-old began transporting his carg(...)

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