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12/05/2020 05:04 AM
Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow
The home-grown Sputnik V vaccine, which is still undergoing mass testing, is being used.

12/04/2020 07:00 PM
Joe Biden: Covid vaccination in US will not be mandatory
It comes as the Centers for Disease Control urges "universal mask use" anywhere outside the home.

12/04/2020 07:06 PM
Beirut explosion: The abandoned ship in the blast 'war zone'
This is what happened to Lebanon's only cruise ship, which was docked in the explosion's epicentre.

12/05/2020 05:15 AM
Covid: Argentina passes tax on wealthy to pay for virus measures
Dubbed the "millionaire's tax", the one-off levy will fund relief measures and health supplies.

12/04/2020 11:44 PM
Obama and Jordan basketball vests sell for record sums
Sports shirts worn by the former president and the Chicago Bulls star were auctioned in Los Angeles.

12/04/2020 07:08 PM
World's biggest iceberg captured on camera
A reconnaissance flight in the South Atlantic obtains spectacular imagery of the giant iceberg A68a.

12/04/2020 07:07 PM
Fighting air pollution: 'Without solidarity the world will be doomed'
Nineteen-year-old Abhiir Bhalla has campaigned against air pollution in Delhi most of his life.

12/04/2020 11:40 PM
Chinese coal miners killed by carbon monoxide poisoning
State TV says 18 miners are dead and five others missing in the south-west Chongqing municipality.

12/05/2020 06:37 AM
Anti-doping bill: President Trump signs law allowing United States to prosecute dopers
A bill allowing the United States to prosecute anyone involved in doping at international events is signed into law by President Trump.

12/04/2020 06:30 PM
Austria: Former finance minister Grasser jailed for corruption
The court said Karl-Heinz Grasser received kickbacks in return for information on property sales.

12/04/2020 04:40 PM
Faroe Islands: Inside the under-sea tunnel network
The under-sea tunnel network cuts journey times between two islands by a half.

12/04/2020 10:48 AM
China becomes second nation to plant flag on the Moon
It becomes the second nation to unfurl its banner on the lunar surface, more than 50 years after the US.

12/04/2020 07:16 PM
Coronavirus: Defiant ski nations bid to save winter season
Many of Europe's ski slopes will be closed, but the Swiss and Austrians have made their own plans.

12/04/2020 07:22 PM
New Zealand's Stuff news group apologises for anti-Maori bias
After a deep dive into their reporting, Stuff found their coverage of Maori issues had been racist.

12/04/2020 09:31 PM
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: Cutting through the information blackout
"It is really scary. It is really difficult," a resident of the Tigray capital, Mekelle, shouts down the line.

12/03/2020 07:28 PM
The hidden story of African-Irish children
The mixed-race Irish people searching for their African roots.

12/04/2020 11:26 AM
General Suhaila: Afghanistan's famous female surgeon dies at 72
Suhaila Siddiq was a famous surgeon who continued working under the Taliban, and then became a minister.

12/04/2020 07:19 PM
Venezuela election: 'There's no opposition here, just God'
Venezuelans are to pick a new National Assembly, but there's little in the way of enthusiasm.

12/04/2020 07:13 PM
Week in pictures: 28 November - 4 December 2020
A selection of striking images taken around the world this week.

12/03/2020 07:31 PM
Norway excavates a Viking longship fit for a king
A rare excavation south of Oslo will provide new details about Viking culture.

12/03/2020 12:49 PM
How a blow to Australian wine shows tensions with China
The once successful trade story now represents a worst case scenario of the bilateral tensions.

12/04/2020 09:01 AM
Plane makes emergency landing on US highway
A light aircraft is forced to make an emergency landing on an interstate in Minnesota, but no injuries are reported.

12/04/2020 06:57 PM
Biden: 'I don't think Covid vaccine should be mandatory'
The US president-elect says he'll do "everything in my power... to encourage people to do the right thing".

12/04/2020 08:57 AM
Coronavirus: US doctor who has worked 258 days straight goes viral
Dr Joseph Varon believes he is fighting two wars. A war against coronavirus and a war against stupidity.

12/04/2020 07:44 AM
Saint's statue taken on flight over Italian town after procession ban
Firefighters take Saint Barbara's statue in a helicopter so she can be seen on the annual feast day.

12/03/2020 07:04 PM
Thailand’s youth rebellion: Protest movement demands monarchy reform
A student-led protest movement has started demanding reform of the monarchy and an end to military coups.

12/01/2020 07:45 PM
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.

11/30/2020 07:12 PM
Masked Indian comic superhero fights Covid-19 fear
India's first female comic superhero Priya, a gang-rape survivor, battles disinformation around Covid-19.

12/02/2020 11:04 AM
Mango dress: Teen makes 1,400-mango gown to highlight food waste
Australian teenager Jess Collins says she wants to draw attention to how many mangoes are left to rot.

12/01/2020 07:46 PM
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.

11/29/2020 07:12 PM
A 70-year-old photographic mystery
Collector William Fagan finds 70-year-old photographs in a camera.

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