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Coronavirus: Passengers leave Diamond Princess amid criticism of Japan
Japan faces censure for a "chaotic" quarantine on a ship as those free of coronavirus begin to leave.
No visas for low-skilled workers, UK says
Ministers urge firms to stop relying on "cheap labour", but critics warn of damage to the economy.
German far-right AfD accused of handing out 'racist' colouring book
Members of the far-right group gave out books that appear to caricature Turkish men brandishing guns.
Utah Senate supports bill decriminalising polygamy
The proposal would end prison sentences for polygamy among consenting adults in the state of Utah.
Rowan Baxter: Ex-rugby player, wife and children die after 'horrific' car fire
Rowan Baxter's wife reportedly jumped from the car yelling "he's poured petrol on me".
Caroline Flack's unpublished Instagram post released by family
In a post released ahead of her inquest, the TV host said her "future was swept from under my feet".
Patient plays violin during her brain surgery
Professional musician Dagmar Turner was diagnosed with a large brain tumour in 2013.
737 Max: Debris found in new planes' fuel tanks
The discovery raises fresh concerns about potential safety issues for the US plane-making giant.
Children facing uncertain future, experts warn
The World Health Organization says "radical change" is needed before it is too late
Coronavirus: China expels Wall Street Journal journalists for article it deemed racist
The Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece criticising China's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
China economy: Why it matters to you
As China struggles to cope with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale and importance of it's financial might.
Syria war: Turkish operation in Idlib ‘only a matter of time’
Turkey's leader warns Syria over its large-scale offensive against rebels in the northern province.
Fátima Aldrighett: Mexico searches for suspect in seven-year-old's murder
Police are searching for a woman seen with seven-year-old Fátima Aldrighett, who was later found dead.
Australia planes collide north of Melbourne, killing four
The two light aircraft with two people on board each crashed to the ground north of Melbourne.
'Ghost ship' washed up by Storm Dennis
A "ghost" cargo ship has washed up off the coast of County Cork, Ireland.
Brits 2020: Pop meets politics
Highlights from this year's ceremony included performances from Billie Eilish, Dave, Lizzo and Stormzy.
V Unbeatable: The India dance troupe that won America's Got Talent
The Mumbai-based dance group performed with Blink 182 to win a popular American reality TV show.
Jacqueline du Pré: Royal Ballet tells cellist's story
The Royal Ballet tells the story of gifted cellist Jacqueline du Pré, whose career was cut short by multiple sclerosis.
Singapore turns rubbish into energy and footpaths
Singapore is running out of room for rubbish so is experimenting with putting it to work.
'I clean the Sistine Chapel frescoes'
The BBC has rare access to the annual check-up and cleaning of the Sistine Chapel's masterpieces.
Radar captures huge bird migration over Florida
Unusual weather enables radar to detect a massive migration of birds flying north.
'Battle Bus' memorialised executed environmentalists
Artist Sokari Douglas Camp wanted to honour environmentalist Ken Saro-Wiwa, who was executed in 1995.
Billie Eilish on Bond and online bullying
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the singer speaks ahead of her performance at the Brit Awards.
Missing woman survives five days lost in Queensland forest
Chinese university student Yang Chen took shelter in caves and drank fresh water from creeks.
Nasa's 2020 rover: Can we finally answer the big question about Mars?
The US space agency's next rover will hunt for life's traces among the rocks of the Red Planet.
Boy Scouts: A wholesome US institution poisoned by predators
Behind the camp fire singalongs, lurked "the largest paedophile ring on earth", says a lawyer.
Rod Blagojevich: Why did Trump just free a jailed Democrat?
Even the president's fellow Republicans disavowed his move to show mercy to the infamous ex-governor.
US Election 2020: Meet the voters behind Bloomberg's surge
The New York billionaire has apologised for controversial past remarks. What do his supporters think?
Coronavirus: How a misleading map went global
A British university says "an incorrect story... spiralled" from its research into the virus's spread.
Jeff Bezos Earth Fund: How can $10bn fight climate change?
Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) to fight climate change - but how should the money be spent?
Back To The Future is being rebooted - on stage, not on screen
Another movie would be like "selling your kids into prostitution", one of the film's creators says.
The Ugandan village devastated by elephantiasis
There is no cure for a type of elephantiasis caused by minerals in western Uganda's volcanic soil.
Should your email say if you're he, she or they?
Firms are encouraging staff to make sharing which personal pronouns they use an everyday practice.
Should organ donors be paid? The heavy toll of US kidney shortage
Thousands of Americans die from kidney failure each year, but efforts to find organ donors remain contentious.
Man City breaches 'simply not true', says chief executive Soriano
Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano says club licensing and FFP breaches are "simply not true".
'My moment in time has come' - Wilder vows to knock out Fury and surpass Ali
Deontay Wilder eyes a landmark victory over Tyson Fury as the Briton thrills fans with an open-top arrival at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Wenger floats law change 'so we don't say a part of his nose was offside'
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says "maybe there is room to the change the offside rule a little bit" in the wake of repeated VAR controversy.
Liverpool set to let Lallana leave at end of season
Liverpool are set to let Adam Lallana leave the club in the summer when the England midfielder's contract runs out.
Scotland replace Jones with Harris for Italy match
Scotland centre Huw Jones has been replaced by Chris Harris in one of three changes to the side for Saturday's Six Nations trip to Italy.
Haaland - the teenager with more Champions League goals than Barcelona this season
Everyone is talking about Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland - again - after his two goals against Paris St-Germain in the Champions League.
 
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