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Russia: Deputy PM addresses European gas supply crunch
Speaking on state TV, Russia's deputy prime minister addressed Europe's gas supply crunch. Prices have increased 800% this year, which Russia blames on reserve shortfalls.

Unease as Nigeria marks one year after #EndSARS protests
One year after #EndSARS protests rocked Nigeria, police have warned against a repeat to mark the anniversary. The largest protest in Nigeria's history ended after the army allegedly killed at least 12 demonstrators.

Merkel meets Erdogan during farewell stop in Istanbul
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he hopes to continue working well with new German government during Chancellor Angela Merkel's farewell visit to the country.

UK leaders pay tribute to slain lawmaker David Amess
Among British politicians paying tribute Saturday was UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. David Amess was stabbed to death while holding meetings in his constituency east of London on Friday.

France marks 1 year since the assassination of Samuel Paty
France is paying tribute to the late teacher Samuel Paty on the anniversary of his death. He was murdered by a Chechen extremist after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad during a lesson on free speech.

End of an era: Ireland says goodbye to peat to restore its biodiverse bogs
Ireland's letting go of peat as an energy source and restoring many of its CO2-storing bogland ecosystems. That's good news for the climate and, against the backdrop of the UN biodiversity conference, for wildlife.

Fact check: How one man was wrongly accused in Kongsberg attack
A man kills five people in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg. Soon afterwards, people are tweeting details of the man they claim to be the perpetrator. The international media pounce on the story — but it's a fake.

Why Saudi-Iran relations are thawing — for now
Icy relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are thawing — and may lead to renewed bilateral ties. Realistically, diplomatic offices might open soon but it's unlikely that the countries will become close allies.

Myanmar junta chief excluded from ASEAN summit
Myanmar's junta chief will be replaced by a non-political representative at a summit of southeast Asian nations later this month. ASEAN has grown frustrated about the crackdown following February's military coup.

Indonesia: 11 kids drown, 10 rescued in river cleanup
Eleven junior high students have drowned while on a school outing for a river cleanup in Indonesia. A further 10 pupils were rescued in an operation that ended Friday night.

US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in Kabul drone strike
Washington has offered an undisclosed compensation payment for the family members of civilians who were killed in a US drone strike in Kabul in August.

Is the EU doing enough to protect journalists?
Maltese reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb attack in 2017. Four years later, the EU has pledged to strengthen the safety of journalists. Many, however, feel these promises won't be enough.

Australia: Police seize record 450 kilograms of heroin
Authorities say it is the largest heroin shipment ever detected in Australia. A Malaysian national has been arrested and charged following the drug bust.