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Recent articles by David:

Britain's 'Brexit election': All you need to know about the vote

Brexit is high on the agenda after months of political deadlock. Will the general election break the impasse? → Read More

Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro cancels US visit amid protests

Brazilian president drops plan to attend New York gala in his honour, citing 'resistance and deliberate attacks'. → Read More

DR Congo records 1,000th Ebola death in current outbreak

Epidemic continues to claim lives in eastern DRC amid climate of mistrust, repeated attacks on health workers. → Read More

NZ grapples with questions in wake of mosque killings

Massacre of 50 Muslims prompts conversations about alt-right, spies and Islamophobia in New Zealand and elsewhere. → Read More

Christchurch holds public call to prayer at site of mosque attack

Nationwide silence, Muslim call to prayer observed a week after 50 people were gunned down in mosque attacks. → Read More

Relatives of Christchurch mosque attacks begin to bury their dead

New Zealand police said 27 victims will be identified by midday on Wednesday and would be available to their families. → Read More

'There was blood everywhere': NZ mosque attack survivor

Somali-born Abdi Sheikh Hassan says he never thought New Zealand would witness horror like the Christchurch attacks. → Read More

Grief and frustration as families wait to bury NZ attack victims

Racked by anguish, the relatives of those murdered in two mosque attacks are desperate to lay loved ones to rest. → Read More

British government vows to tackle 'scourge' of deadly knife crime

Critics blame austerity measures for increase in violence as Prime Minister Theresa May calls summit on fatal stabbings. → Read More

India has the world's worst air pollution: report

India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and China are home to the 50 cities worldwide with the dirtiest air, new study shows. → Read More

British PM sets date for Brexit deal parliamentary vote

Theresa May warns parliamentarians any rerun of the 2016 referendum would 'break faith' with the British people. → Read More

After hitting 20-month low, where is the pound heading?

Sterling fell sharply against the euro and dollar on fears of a no-deal Brexit and analysts expect it to remain weak. → Read More

Labour targets Theresa May with contempt proceedings over Brexit

Opposition Labour Party heads push against British PM Theresa May over publication of Brexit legal advice. → Read More

Where is Brazil headed under Bolsonaro?

Far-right former army captain's presidential win takes place against backdrop of political, economic and social crises. → Read More

Brazil elections 2018: Vote counting begins in polarised polls

Crime and the economy were among the most pressing issues for voters in the contentious ballot. → Read More

Brazil elections 2018: What you need to know

About 147 million voters head to the polls amid spiralling polarisation and converging crises. → Read More

Brazil elections 2018 at a glance

A look at how October 7 elections will work and who are the top presidential contenders. → Read More

Political polarisation intensifies before Brazil's elections

After weekend of widespread rallies, divisions continue to deepen as Brazilians prepare to go to the polls on Sunday. → Read More

Brazil: Lula renounces candidacy ahead of presidential poll

Running mate Fernando Haddad named as the Workers Party's replacement candidate for October vote as race hots up. → Read More

DRC's struggle for democracy enters new era

Elevation of sanctioned official and opposition bans prompt analyst fears before December 23 presidential election. → Read More