The last white president of South Africa helped bring an end to the apartheid regime, but for many citizens, he never went far enough to disavow it. He left a video apologizing. From: New York Times
Concerns were raised before Travis Scott’s fatal festival show. Could the tragedy have been averted? from: BBC News
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It comes as embattled property developer Evergrande faces another debt deadline on Saturday. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Long queues and last-minute dashes put a “downer” on Stansted travellers’ long-awaited trips.
Britain’s Shannon Courtenay is set to be stripped of her WBA belt after missing the weight for her title defence in Liverpool. from: BBC News
from: BBC News A case review of toddler Lilly Hanrahan’s death shines a light on authorities’ knowledge of her murderer.
Most of those not making the target of 10% of people fully vaccinated by the end of September are in Africa. from: BBC News
from: BBC News A senior Met officer says checks in its vetting process “may not have been undertaken correctly”.
from: BBC News Senior members of the cabinet say the UK will continue to help people who want to leave Afghanistan.
There were opportunities to stop Sudesh Amman stabbing two people in south London, an inquest finds.
from: BBC News We also travel back to the Ice Age and to Sao Paulo’s tallest building in this week‘s round-up.
Southern Brave opener Smriti Mandhana hits 78 from 52 balls after being dropped twice and caught off a no-ball, as the hosts make a record 166-3 against Welsh Fire at the Ageas Bowl.
Ollie Robinson’s maiden five-wicket haul continues England’s resurgence in the first Test against India – but the hosts’ sloppiness in the field costs them on day three at Trent Bridge. from: BBC News
Sudesh Amman was spotted buying items later used to fashion a fake suicide belt.