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From Anthony Albanese's first trip to Europe as prime minister to Boris Johnson's plea to G7 leaders, here's what's making news around the world.

Anthony Albanese will arrive in Madrid on Monday afternoon local time for an "absolutely critical" NATO summit.

Organisers tweeted that more than 200 Pride participants and LGBTIQ+ activists had been detained and that police had refused detainees access to their lawyers.

Blockade Australia said it would continue to cause disruptions all week.

Climate and Energy Minister Chris Bowen has accused the former Coalition government of relying on COVID-19 and drought to "bank" emissions reductions. #climate  #ClimateCrisis  #auspol 

The prime minister is defending a decision to reduce the number of parliamentary staff for crossbenchers, amid criticism the cuts will create an "unfair playing field". #auspol 

"The findings reinforce the need to provide adequate resources and support for ICUs, particularly during times of unusually high demand," study leader Husna Begum said. #COVID19  #COVID 

NASA has successfully launched a rocket from the remote wilderness of the Northern Territory - the first commercial space launch in Australia's history.

Following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade, experts and advocates are raising concerns over whether data stored on period tracking apps could be weaponised against users. Read more here: #RoeVsWade  #RoevWade  #Scotus  #periodtracking 


Watch the moment a paraglider makes a safe landing only to then be attacked by a kangaroo. Straya!

This small group of kids started an impromptu haka in tribute to two of their peers slain in the Christchurch shooting. Soon they were joined by scores of fellow students to form a deafening chorus.

We're live as police surround protesters at a Hong Kong university. It comes after officials threatened to use live rounds against them as clashes intensify dramatically

Actor Jason Momoa has delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations, addressing the 'global crisis' of climate change.

Legendary natural historian, David Attenborough, has called out the Australian government in a sobering speech on climate change.

This is the moment a gay student at one of Sydney’s most elite Catholic schools - that boasts former prime minister Tony Abbott and Barnaby Joyce among its alumni - stood up in a packed assembly hall of more than 1,500 students and came out

This pharmacist in Malua Bay, NSW is keeping his doors open for patients, despite losing his own home to the bushfires #AustraliaBurning 

'It’s an absolute joke': Locals in Lismore have reacted to the arrival of Prime Minister Scott Morrison to their flood-hit suburbs. Some say his arrival is 'too late'. Others want to see government action.

These emotional farmers clutching their dead century-old fish have blasted the NSW Government over its 'bloody disgraceful' water policy.