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UK approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine
The UK is the first country to approve the Pfizer vaccine - with 800,000 doses due to arrive in the coming days.
Trump pardons: US justice department unveils bribery inquiry
US prosecutors investigate claims that lobbyists sought a presidential pardon by offering kickbacks.
China #MeToo: Court to hear landmark case of intern versus TV star
Six years after the alleged incident, one woman is taking a prominent TV star to court.
Why did the penguins go to the cinema?
These birds from a Chicago aquarium go on regular trips to unusual places. There's a good reason for it.
Dua Lipa and other Spotify artists' pages hacked by Taylor Swift 'fan'
An apparent Taylor Swift fan defaced the artist pages for Lana Del Ray and Dua Lipa, among others.
EasyJet to charge for overhead luggage lockers
Customers who want to use overhead storage must buy more expensive tickets, the airline says.
Ethiopia and UN 'reach Tigray aid deal'
Food and medicines are said to be running out for millions of people in the conflict-torn region.
Coronavirus: France to impose border checks to stop skiing abroad
Swiss ski resorts are open and Prime Minister Jean Castex says he wants to stop people going.
Climate change: 2020 set to be one of the three warmest years on record
Provisional figures indicate that 2020 will be one of the hottest in a record dating back to 1850.
French restaurateur killed in Mexico City 'to steal his wine'
Baptiste Lormand and his associate are believed to have been targeted over their expensive wine.
Trump inciting violence, warns Georgia election official
Gabriel Sterling cites intimidation and death threats to election workers in the battleground state.
Singapore approves lab-grown 'chicken' meat
The city state is the world's first country to approve Eat Just's "breakthrough" chicken nuggets.
Mick Schumacher to join F1 team next season
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time world champion Michael, will step up from Formula 2 to drive for Haas next season.
Nike's diversity advert causing a backlash in Japan
The sportswear giant is facing criticism online, but it could work in its favour with more sales.
India farmers: The viral image that defines a protest
Why this photograph of a policeman swinging his baton at an elderly Sikh farmer went viral.
Trump travel ban: 'I might finally see my sons again'
A lorry driver who has never lived with his sons is waiting for Joe Biden to reverse Trump's travel ban.
The new ‘Nigerian princes’ of hacking?
BEC hacking is one of the most common types of cyber-attack and experts say Nigeria is its epicentre.
Otters find 'fairytale' love in lockdown
The pair were brought together in Scarborough after both losing their partners.
Elliot Page: Juno star announces he is transgender
The Oscar-nominated actor says he feels lucky "to have arrived at this place in my life".
Joe Biden: President-elect seen in protective boot on fractured foot
Joe Biden is seen wearing a protective boot on his right foot, which he fractured playing with his dog.
Zanele Muholi: Celebrating South Africa's black LGBTQIA+ community
South African photographer Zanele Muholi's black, queer and trans images go on show in London.
Delhi sees deadliest month amid raging pandemic
November was the deadliest month in India's capital and the city's crematoriums are overwhelmed.
China: Looted horse head returns to Beijing's Old Summer Palace
The sculpture was stolen in the 1860 sacking of the Old Summer Palace by British and French troops.
Masked Indian comic superhero fights Covid-19 fear
India's first female comic superhero Priya, a gang-rape survivor, battles disinformation around Covid-19.
Australian scientists map millions of galaxies with new telescope
A powerful telescope in Australia gives a glimpse of three million galaxies in record time.
Vaccine rumours debunked: Microchips, 'altered DNA' and more
We've looked at four false Covid vaccine claims that won’t go away.
Humans waging 'suicidal war' on nature - UN chief Antonio Guterres
Secretary General Antonio Guterres says our "war" on the natural world will come back to haunt us.
Europe migrant crisis: Ten days of Atlantic peril in search of Spain
More than 19,000 African migrants have crossed to the Canary Islands this year alone but hundreds died.
Monchi: Sevilla sporting director on his methods and mission
Monchi is football's most revered sporting director, enjoying almost mythical status for his ability to buy cheap and sell big. These are the secrets of his success.
China's Chang'e-5 Moon mission probe touches down
The robotic Chang'e-5 probe makes a picture-perfect soft landing on the lunar nearside.
US election 2020: What legal challenges remain for Trump?
The president says the result was "stolen" but his lawyers have so far had little success in court.
France Islam: Muslims under pressure to sign French values charter
A "charter of values" is the latest effort by the French state to win Muslim hearts and minds.
Steps debate the merits of entering Eurovision
The band seem like a perfect fit for the song contest but, they tell the BBC, "we have a split camp".
Australia v India: Hardik Pandya helps tourists end ODI series with win
India end their one-day series in Australia with a 13-run win in Canberra, while Sydney is given go-ahead for 100% capacity for third Twenty20 match.
Highly rated British driver Russell to replace Hamilton for Mercedes in Bahrain
Williams driver George Russell will replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes for this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix.
Fury asks to come off Sports Personality of the Year shortlist
World heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury calls for the BBC to take him off this year's Sports Personality of the Year award shortlist.
'Most important, most difficult, most exceptional win' - Klopp hails depleted Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool's victory over Ajax feels like "one of the biggest Champions League nights" since he took charge in 2015.
'I am not going to resign, not at all' - Zidane defiant as Real's qualification hopes suffer blow
Zinedine Zidane says he is "not going to resign" after defeat by Shakhtar Donetsk left Real Madrid's hopes of reaching the Champions League last 16 in the balance.
The Donut King who went full circle - from rags to riches, twice
Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling.
 
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