πŸ‘‹ Sawubona!*

Welcome to Tuesday, where at least 15 die in an attack on a Kabul military hospital, more than 100 leaders pledge to end deforestation by 2030, and the tomb of King Ramses II’s treasurer is uncovered. Meanwhile, we learn why autumn leaves aren’t as red and gold as they used to be.

[*Zulu, Southern Africa]

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🌎  7 THINGS TO KNOW RIGHT NOW

β€’ Blasts reported at hospital in Kabul, at least 15 dead: Afghanistan’s biggest military hospital in Kabul has been hit by two explosions followed by gunfire, leaving at least 15 people dead and injuring dozens, according to a Taliban security official.

β€’ COP26 first major deal: More than 100 world leaders will commit to ending and reversing deforestation and land degradation by 2030, in what would be COP26 climate summit’s first substantial deal. The pledge includes $19.2 billion of public and private funds. Meanwhile, India has pledged to cut its emissions to net zero by 2070, the last of the world’s major polluters to announce a net-zero target.

β€’ France suspends retaliation in fishing row with UK: French President Emmanuel Macron has backed down on…

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