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Coronavirus Infections Expanding at a Growing Rate15m Coronavirus Infections Expanding at a Growing Rate
With more than 2,000 infected worldwide, a top Chinese health official warned that the “epidemic is now entering a more serious and complex period.”
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16m Four others killed in crash, police say
Authorities are searching for survivors after a helicopter crashed Sunday on a hillside in Calabasas, California.
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21m Updated Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash - US media
The basketball star, 41, is considered one of the best player's in the game's history.
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Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, 41, killed in Calabasas helicopter crash along with four others onboard22m Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, 41, killed in Calabasas helicopter crash along with four others onboard
Kobe Bryant has reportedly died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning. The 41-year-old basketball star's death was confirmed by TMZ Sports.
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24m Updated Five killed in helicopter crash in Calabasas, California
Authorities are searching for survivors after a helicopter crashed Sunday on a hillside in Calabasas, California.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Wuhan May Have 1,000 More Cases, as Death Toll Rises32m Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Wuhan May Have 1,000 More Cases, as Death Toll Rises
The number of dead climbed to 56, and Hong Kong barred residents from the province that is at the center of the outbreak.
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43m Updated League One Shrewsbury earn Liverpool replay
Substitute Jason Cummings scores twice against Premier League leaders Liverpool as League One Shrewsbury Town earn an FA Cup fourth-round replay at Anfield.
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Kobe Bryant killed in helicopter crash - US reports54m Kobe Bryant killed in helicopter crash - US reports
NBA basketball legend Kobe Bryant has been killed in a helicopter crash, according to US reports.
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Harry and Meghan’s Big Funding Source Is Private. Sort of.1h 12m Updated Harry and Meghan’s Big Funding Source Is Private. Sort of.
Prince Charles’s pledge to help support the couple as they forgo public funding has put a spotlight on his own sources of wealth, including a billion-pound real estate conglomerate.
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1h 27m 36 dead and at least 1,607 hospitalized in Turkey earthquake
At least 36 people died and more than 1,607 have been hospitalized in eastern Turkey after an earthquake rattled the region on Friday evening, according to state broadcaster TRT Haber.
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1h 31m Updated Third US case of coronavirus confirmed in Orange County
A new case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Southern California, making it the third person to test positive in the United States as the fast-moving virus spreads worldwide.
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In Coronavirus, a ‘Battle’ That Could Humble China’s Strongman1h 33m Updated In Coronavirus, a ‘Battle’ That Could Humble China’s Strongman
With Xi Jinping firmly in control, the Chinese government has stepped up its response to the Wuhan crisis, but the effort has been plagued by bureaucracy and a lack of transparency.
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Auschwitz survivor who had an impact | Letters1h 38m Auschwitz survivor who had an impact | Letters
In a London hospital near the end of her life,
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1h 49m FA Cup: Jason Cummings strikes twice to draw Shrewsbury Town level with Liverpool
Substitute Jason Cummings scores his second to get Shrewsbury Town back on level terms with Liverpool in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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1h 59m Satellite imagery shows activity at critical North Korean missile site
Recent satellite imagery shows vehicle activity at a critical North Korean missile site that could potentially signal early preparations for a missile or missile engine test, according to one administration official and three defense officials familiar with the latest US assessment.
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Statistics watchdog criticises UK rail passenger survey2h Statistics watchdog criticises UK rail passenger survey
Office for Statistics Regulation says twice-yearly poll does not reflect passengers’ experience
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2h Updated Premiership: Harlequins 41-14 Saracens - Quins thump relegated Sarries
Harlequins deepen Saracens' misery by thrashing the champions in their first Premiership match since their relegation was confirmed.
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Northern rail to be renationalised – and some Beeching closures reversed2h Northern rail to be renationalised – and some Beeching closures reversed
Transport secretary due to announce this week decision to terminate Northern’s franchise Ministers will pledge to reopen closed rail lines in the north this week as the government prepares to renationalise the failed Northern franchise. The promise of hundreds of millions in investment to restore some lines axed in the Beeching closures in the early 1960s will come at about the same time as the expected announcement of the termination of the Northern franchise, operated by Arriva.
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Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom2h Updated Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom
In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”
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North Korean Leader’s Aunt Re-emerges After Husband’s Execution2h Updated North Korean Leader’s Aunt Re-emerges After Husband’s Execution
Kim Kyong-hui resurfaces as Kim Jong-un emphasizes his bloodline to consolidate his people’s loyalty.
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Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero turns up for FA Cup trip to Tranmere in a Fiat 5002h Updated Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero turns up for FA Cup trip to Tranmere in a Fiat 500
Romero escaped unharmed after crashing his car in Carrington on Monday. He was named in the starting lineup as United took on Tranmere away in the FA Cup fourth round.
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Grenfell inquiry to restart with statements from private firms2h Grenfell inquiry to restart with statements from private firms
Fears expressed over inquiry descending into ‘blame game’ among corporates involved in construction, design and cladding The companies which wrapped Grenfell Tower in combustible cladding will finally face public scrutiny when the inquiry into the loss of 72 lives restarts this week. Around 200,000 unseen documents, from private emails to phone transcripts and commercial agreements, will be released during 18 months of hearings examining decisions taken in the months and years before the fire, its immediate aftermath and the role of the UK government. Some of the evidence are expected to contain explosive revelations.
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Third man arrested over death of footballer Jordan Sinnott2h Third man arrested over death of footballer Jordan Sinnott
Matlock Town player was found unconscious after being attacked on night out in Retford A third man has been arrested over the death of a non-league footballer who died after being attacked during a night out. Jordan Sinnott, who played on loan at Matlock Town, was found unconscious in Retford in Nottinghamshire at about 2am on Saturday.
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3h Updated US citizen trapped at epicenter of outbreak speaks to CNN
A US citizen trapped at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China described her fear of living in a city that's cut off from the rest of the country by transport restrictions.
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3h FA Cup: Tranmere Rovers 0-6 Manchester United highlights
Watch highlights as Manchester United score six times at Prenton Park, with skipper Harry Maguire and Diogo Dalot scoring their first goals for the club.
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Where has coronavirus spread?3h Updated Where has coronavirus spread?
Four maps illustrating the fight against the deadly virus outbreak in Wuhan, China
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2020 updates: Scandals, controversial legislation and legal challenges3h 2020 updates: Scandals, controversial legislation and legal challenges
This episode is an update on some of our biggest stories of 2019, including Angus Taylor’s political scandals, the religious freedom bill and the legal battle over robodebt. Read Paul Karp’s piece on
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How County Lines gangs are using caravans and motorhomes like Breaking Bad3h How County Lines gangs are using caravans and motorhomes like Breaking Bad
Dealers buy or rent the mobile homes through internet sites such as Gumtree which allows them to 'come and go' as they please. One dealer parked in Wales to serve seaside resorts.
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3h Premiership: Harlequins 41-14 Saracens - Quins pile more misery on relegated Sarries
Harlequins pile more misery on Saracens by thrashing the champions in their first Premiership match since their relegation was confirmed.
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3h Heart of Midlothian 2-1 Rangers: Debutant Liam Boyce inspires defeat of title chasers
Debutant Liam Boyce sets up one goal and scores the winner as bottom side Hearts come from behind to beat second-top Rangers.
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British lecturer and two colleagues from Birmingham university are stranded in locked-down Wuhan3h British lecturer and two colleagues from Birmingham university are stranded in locked-down Wuhan
Dr Yvonne Griffiths, 71, from Thornhill in Cardiff, says she has received no information about getting out of Wuhan and believes the UK government 'has a lack of either concern or lack of planning in place.'
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New documentary is set to stun audiences with footage of Nazi death camp brought to life in COLOUR3h New documentary is set to stun audiences with footage of Nazi death camp brought to life in COLOUR
Auschwitz Untold: In Colour is a two part series which is shot from the perspective of Holocaust survivors. Archive footage used from the camp in Poland has been restored.
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Wuhan residents keep wary eye on each other during lockdown3h Wuhan residents keep wary eye on each other during lockdown
Most people stay home waiting for updates while those on the streets try to stay free of coronavirus A handful of people wearing surgical masks and lugging bags of groceries were the only ones to be seen on the streets of Wuhan on Sunday. “It felt like everyone was observing everybody, to make sure no one was sick,” said Ashwini, who is Indian and moved to Wuhan last year, and who like most interviewees did not wish to give her full name. Sellers who could not afford to stop working could be seen wearing two face masks to try to protect themselves, Ashwini said. In the few bigger supermarkets that were still open, customers were being screened for fever before they entered. “This week was supposed to be the happy week,” said Ashwini.
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Coronavirus outbreak: China promises tougher crackdown to stop spread – live updates3h Updated Coronavirus outbreak: China promises tougher crackdown to stop spread – live updates
Officials announce new measures to contain disease, including wildlife trade ban and bus suspensions, as confirmed death toll reaches 56
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Senior Australians face longer wait times to get into aged care4h Senior Australians face longer wait times to get into aged care
About 40% of seniors are now waiting nine months or more, Productivity Commission report says It takes 152 days on average for senior Australians to be admitted to residential aged care, an increase in wait times of about a month in just the last year. According to the latest
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Two men, both 21, arrested over murder of Matlock footballer Jordan Sinnott, 254h Two men, both 21, arrested over murder of Matlock footballer Jordan Sinnott, 25
Matlock Town footballer Jordan Sinnott, 25, was found unconscious following two disturbances in Retford, Nottinghamshire on Friday night and in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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Wuhan hospitals under pressure as China says coronavirus is getting stronger – video4h Wuhan hospitals under pressure as China says coronavirus is getting stronger – video
China’s health commission minister says coronavirus’s ability to spread appeared to be increasing. More patients have been found to have the virus in Wuhan, which has been placed under strict lockdown. Officials announced a range of measures to halt the outbreak on Sunday, including a nationwide ban on trading in wildlife and the suspension of long-distance buses in the eastern province of Shandong, Beijing and Shanghai.
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4h Para-swimmer Grace Harvey speaks about walking in a robotic suit
Para-swimmer Grace Harvey reveals the mixed emotions she had after walking for the first time in a robotic suit.
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4h Updated England close on series victory after setting South Africa 466 to win
England close in on a series victory after setting South Africa an unlikely 466 to win on day three of the fourth Test in Johannesburg.
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Balaclava-clad thugs beat-up and rob couple after they travelled 190 miles to buy Mercedes from Ebay4h Balaclava-clad thugs beat-up and rob couple after they travelled 190 miles to buy Mercedes from Ebay
Jamie Hallam, 48, and his fiancee Georgina had seen a white Mercedes GLA on Ebay and travelled from Norwich to Manchester to collect it after winning an auction.
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Sydney woman potentially contracts Chinese coronavirus after four cases confirmed4h Sydney woman potentially contracts Chinese coronavirus after four cases confirmed
The 21-year-old woman tested positive to 'probable' coronavirus after initial swabs, with results to be confirmed on Monday.
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4h Chinese New Year: England welcomes the Year of the Rat
Thousands of people celebrate Chinese New Year by watching flying dragons and dancing lions.
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Cabinet minister Stephen Barclay says he believes HS2 WILL go ahead4h Cabinet minister Stephen Barclay says he believes HS2 WILL go ahead
A senior Cabinet minister today said he believes HS2 will be given the go ahead by the government despite rising concerns about the cost of the project and the prospect of a Tory civil war.
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Len McCluskey issues Labour leadership warning to moderate MPs4h Len McCluskey issues Labour leadership warning to moderate MPs
The Unite the union boss said critics of the shadow business secretary 'would be better to clear out now' amid reports some are planning to quit Labour if she wins the contest.
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4h Man charged with human trafficking after police allege he kept sex slave for 5 years
A North Carolina man is facing a human trafficking charge after police alleged he kept a person in sexual servitude for five years.
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US ambassador Woody Johnson says chlorinated chicken MUST be included in post-Brexit trade deal4h US ambassador Woody Johnson says chlorinated chicken MUST be included in post-Brexit trade deal
Chlorine-washed chicken should not be banned from the UK under a post-Brexit trade deal because Britain already allows a similar cleaning process for salads, Donald Trump's envoy in London said.
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5h Updated Manchester City 4-0 Fulham: Holders cruise into FA Cup fifth round
Holders Manchester City cruise into the FA Cup fifth round with a dominant display against 10-man Fulham.
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Incredible moment extremely rare meteor lights up the night sky as it EXPLODES over Cornwall 5h Incredible moment extremely rare meteor lights up the night sky as it EXPLODES over Cornwall 
A rare 'fireball' meteor was captured exploding across the night sky in Bude, Cornwall. Photographer Chris Small said there was a 'billion-to-one chance' of the meteor being seen through his camera.
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Couple are set to marry two years after her phone company gave him her old number5h Couple are set to marry two years after her phone company gave him her old number
Jade Scott, 30, from Maidstone, Kent, started receiving messages on her phone from people she didn't know. Matthew Perren, a 32-year-old bus shunter, was using her old phone number.
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5h FA Cup: Harry Maguire scores his first Manchester United goal against Tranmere Rovers
Harry Maguire strikes a powerful long-range effort to score his first Manchester United goal and give the visitors the lead against Tranmere Rovers in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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Alert on Philippine Volcano Lowered as Residents Are Cleared to Return5h Updated Alert on Philippine Volcano Lowered as Residents Are Cleared to Return
The decline in volcanic activity means that many of the region’s 376,000 displaced villagers can return to their homes.
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Monty Python star Terry Jones chose to donate his brain to science before his death aged 775h Monty Python star Terry Jones chose to donate his brain to science before his death aged 77
The actor and comedian's family said his brain was added to the bank at University College London's Institute of Neurology. The procedure was performed shortly after his death.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as U.S. Finds Third Case5h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as U.S. Finds Third Case
Hundreds of medical personnel are being deployed to Wuhan, China, and affected areas to treat the ill and stem the outbreak.
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Footballer sparks scare after sudden pitch collapse5h Footballer sparks scare after sudden pitch collapse
A young French footballer for Lyon was at the centre of a health scare after collapsing suddenly during a match against Toulouse.
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More boots on the ground in Wuhan: Mask-wearing soldiers roll into locked-down city5h More boots on the ground in Wuhan: Mask-wearing soldiers roll into locked-down city
Footage showed troops unloading supplies from the back of a jet in the city of 11million people to help contain the virus which has so far killed 56 in China, with more than 2,000 cases worldwide.
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6h FA Cup Bernardo Silva doubles Man City lead against Fulham
Bernardo Silva's brilliant turn and shot puts Manchester City 2-0 up against Fulham in the FA Cup fourth round.
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Calls for Grenfell Tower inquiry to change way it deals with families7h Calls for Grenfell Tower inquiry to change way it deals with families
Chairman urged to put them at centre of process after panellist quits in conflict of interest row The chairman of the Grenfell Tower public inquiry is facing calls to change how he deals with survivors and the bereaved when hearings restart after a bruising conflict of interest row resulted in the resignation of a key panellist. Sir Martin Moore-Bick has been told to “bring this process back to putting families at the centre” by Grenfell United, which represents the majority of those who escaped the fire and lost loved ones. The government declined to say on Sunday when or if it will replace Benita Mehra,
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7h Dutch soccer clash kicks off with adorably novel coin toss
If tensions were high before this crucial game at the bottom of the Dutch football league, the mascot doing the coin toss beforehand served to bring a little light-heartedness to the whole affair.
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Ghislaine Maxwell visited Prince Andrew up to four times a day at Buckingham Palace7h Ghislaine Maxwell visited Prince Andrew up to four times a day at Buckingham Palace
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is said to have enjoyed afternoons at Buckingham Palace in London with Prince Andrew, in view of the Queen's bedroom window.
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7h Newly released video shows Trump demanding the firing of diplomat
Romney 'very likely' to favor calling witnesses OPINION: Trump's team has the upper hand OPINION: This is the bar Trump's defense needs to clear
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China’s Omnivorous Markets Are in the Eye of a Lethal Outbreak Once Again7h Updated China’s Omnivorous Markets Are in the Eye of a Lethal Outbreak Once Again
The coronavirus that has spread from Wuhan has been linked to the sale of live wildlife at a market that experts describe as a perfect incubator for novel pathogens.
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7h Updated Australian Open: Roger Federer reaches quarter-finals with win over Marton Fucsovics
Six-time Australian Open champion Roger Federer comes from behind to beat Marton Fucsovics and reach the quarter-finals.
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8h Updated Labour: Anti-Semitism claims used to undermine Corbyn - McCluskey
But Unite's Len McCluskey also says Labour "never handled the anti-Semitism issue correctly".
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Brexit secretary says UK will set out trade talk aims by early February8h Brexit secretary says UK will set out trade talk aims by early February
Steve Barclay says UK will not diverge from EU for the sake of diverging The UK will set out its negotiating aims for trade talks with the EU by early February and will not diverge from Brussels rules for the sake of it, Steve Barclay has said. The cabinet minister, whose job will become defunct when the UK leaves the EU on 31 January, set a more moderate tone than some of his colleagues who insist the UK will be looking for no alignment with the EU after Brexit.
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British man dies after falling down a cliff in the French Alps8h British man dies after falling down a cliff in the French Alps
The family of a British man killed after falling down a cliff in the French Alps have said they are "absolutely devastated" by his death.
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Rescue cat Maximus dies aged 12, months after well-wishers donated £10K for feline HIV treatment8h Rescue cat Maximus dies aged 12, months after well-wishers donated £10K for feline HIV treatment
Maximus, 12, touched the hearts of thousands after he was rescued by Stray Cat Rescue Team West Midlands in November and a fundraising campaign raised £10K for his treatment.
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Video appears to show Trump talking to Lev Parnas about removing Ukraine ambassador – video8h Video appears to show Trump talking to Lev Parnas about removing Ukraine ambassador – video
Footage obtained from Parnas's lawyer, dating back to April 2018, appears to show Donald Trump ordering attendees at a meal to 'get rid' of the US ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. The video surfaced on Saturday 25 January. Parnas, who was involved in the 
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8h China coronavirus: Road blocks and ghost towns
A BBC team travels into Hubei province, where the deadly new coronavirus originated.
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9h Man wrongfully arrested given £100k compensation by police
Gary Webb was handcuffed and spent a night in a police cell and three nights in prison in 2015.
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Clarifications and corrections9h Updated Clarifications and corrections
A Health article on January 19 said doctors recommend taking a daily 10 milligram Vitamin D supplement in winter. In fact Public Health England suggests an average daily intake of 10 micrograms.
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9h Updated Sir David Attenborough says fixed-term parliaments lead to lack of climate focus
The naturalist speaks at a newly-formed citizens' assembly examining how the UK cuts emissions.
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Doria Ragland played a vital role in Megxit, say friends9h Updated Doria Ragland played a vital role in Megxit, say friends
The woman who instilled in her daughter from a young age the motto 'don't give the milk away for free' - or don't do anything for nothing - has become close to Prince Harry.
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Brighton, Bristol, York ... city centres signal the end of the road for cars10h Brighton, Bristol, York ... city centres signal the end of the road for cars
The city with the only Green MP in the country is the latest council to consider banning private vehicles from its centre to reduce pollution and improve citizens’ quality of life In a multi-storey car park in the centre of
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California Confirms Coronavirus Patient, Marking Third U.S. Case10h Updated California Confirms Coronavirus Patient, Marking Third U.S. Case
The other two cases were in Washington State and Chicago.
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Behind TV drama Ares is chilling reality of student fraternities10h Behind TV drama Ares is chilling reality of student fraternities
As the Netherlands-set Netflix series shows, initiation rituals lie at the heart of secret societies “Have you ever wondered how a country as small as the Netherlands became so rich and powerful?” The question is posed in the first episode of
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What is the coronavirus and how worried should we be?10h Updated What is the coronavirus and how worried should we be?
What are the symptoms caused by the virus from Wuhan in China, how does it relate to Sars, and at what point should you go to the doctor?
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Medieval treasures uncovered – from the sludge of a London cesspit10h Medieval treasures uncovered – from the sludge of a London cesspit
Forks, pendants and wine jugs shine a light on city life in the Middle AgesIt is said that one person’s trash is another’s treasure. The discovery by archaeologists of a huge cesspit containing medieval artefacts under one of London’s finest historic buildings is proving the case. Up to 100 objects, largely dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, have been retrieved from sticky, greenish sludge in a four-metre-deep pit beneath the
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Revealed: the £12bn bill for scrapping high-speed rail link11h Revealed: the £12bn bill for scrapping high-speed rail link
As Boris Johnson assesses project, Tory mayor for West Midlands warns of political cost of scrapping itScrapping the HS2 rail project will cost at least £12 billion in write-offs and compensation and plunge major construction companies into financial peril, ministers are being warned. Sources close to the beleaguered scheme told the
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11h Coronavirus: Foreign Office advises against travel to Hubei
New guidance also urges UK citizens in Hubei province to leave - but some say they cannot get out.
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Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way.11h Updated Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way.
The Bosnian-Croatian border is one of the last gateways to northern Europe. The Croatian police are trying to seal it, often in brutal fashion.
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France Judges Dead Jihadists but Refuses to Repatriate the Living11h France Judges Dead Jihadists but Refuses to Repatriate the Living
With public opinion firmly against allowing the return of those who left to fight in Syria and Iraq, the French justice system finds itself facing the strange concept of the “ghost trial.”
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Police charge husband with double murder after his teacher wife and their neighbour found dead11h Police charge husband with double murder after his teacher wife and their neighbour found dead
Daniel Appleton, 37, was charged on Friday with the double murder in Crawley Down, West Sussex, after his wife Amy (pictured) and their neighbour Sandy Seagrave were found dead on December 22.
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11h China coronavirus: 2,000 infected and more than 50 dead
The new coronavirus is said to be infectious during its incubation period, making to harder to contain.
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11h Updated Coronavirus: Foreign Office advises against travel to virus province
The new guidance urges Britons already in Hubei province to leave - but some say they cannot get out.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as U.S. Confirms Third Case12h Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as U.S. Confirms Third Case
Hundreds of medical personnel are being deployed to Wuhan and affected areas to treat the ill and stem the outbreak.
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12h Updated Coco Gauff knocked out of Australian Open by Sofia Kenin
Coco Gauff misses out on her first Grand Slam quarter-final as fellow American Sofia Kenin fights back to win in the Australian Open fourth round.
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Labour deputy leadership hustings descends into chaos in Leeds12h Labour deputy leadership hustings descends into chaos in Leeds
Footage shows shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon arguing with shadow Equalities Minister Dawn Butler as they addressed potential voters in Leeds.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as Cases Rise Sharply12h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56 as Cases Rise Sharply
Hundreds of medical personnel are being deployed to Wuhan and affected areas to treat the ill and stem the outbreak.
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China virus outbreak revives calls to stop exotic wildlife trade13h Updated China virus outbreak revives calls to stop exotic wildlife trade
In response to the crisis that has been centered in the big industrial city of Wuhan, China's Agriculture Ministry issued an order earlier this week ordering tightened controls on trade in wildlife.
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13h Pitch is no excuse, Tranmere boss Mellon tells Man Utd
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's FA Cup game between Tranmere and Manchester United.
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How report into the Christine Keeler affair covered up a FAR more sensational sex scandal13h How report into the Christine Keeler affair covered up a FAR more sensational sex scandal
There was one scandal that Denning refused to include in his report - a 'degrading' sexual relationship between a senior Conservative Cabinet Minister and a prostitute.
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13h The backlash against Meghan and Stormzy shows Britain is in denial about racism
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan began a new life in Canada last week, having stepped down as senior royals and left the UK. The couple's departure has forced a heated debate on a problem that many say the country is failing to face up to: racism.
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At Border of 2 Nuclear-Armed Nations: Machine Guns, Anxiety and Dancing13h Updated At Border of 2 Nuclear-Armed Nations: Machine Guns, Anxiety and Dancing
Every evening along the India-Pakistan border, the two sides stage enormous nationalistic pep rallies, whose highlight is a military “stomp-off.”
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56, as Cases Rise Sharply13h Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56, as Cases Rise Sharply
Hundreds of medical personnel are being deployed to Wuhan and affected areas to treat the ill and stem the outbreak.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56, as Shanghai Is Hit13h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Reaches 56, as Shanghai Is Hit
Hundreds of medical personnel are being deployed to Wuhan and affected areas to treat the ill and stem the outbreak.
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Coronavirus Spurs China to Suspend Tours Abroad and Xi to Warn of a ‘Grave Situation’14h Updated Coronavirus Spurs China to Suspend Tours Abroad and Xi to Warn of a ‘Grave Situation’
Concern over the outbreak has crept closer to central government offices and the ruling Communist Party’s seat of power.
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Effects of Coronavirus Begin Echoing Far From Wuhan Epicenter14h Updated Effects of Coronavirus Begin Echoing Far From Wuhan Epicenter
Hong Kong closed its schools for several weeks, Beijing began limiting bus travel in and out of the capital and China’s travel association suspended tour groups of citizens heading overseas.
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14h Updated The Papers: Britons in virus airlift and HS2 cost fury
Many newspapers lead on plans to rescue Britons trapped by the coronavirus, whilst others report fury over HS2 costs.
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14h Australian Open: Novak Djokovic to face Milos Raonic in quarter-finals
Defending champion Novak Djokovic defeats Diego Schwartzman at the Australian Open to set up a quarter-final against Milos Raonic.
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14h Cow & Gate baby food jars recalled over tampering fears
Customers are advised not to use 15 varieties of Cow & Gate baby food bought in UK Tesco stores.
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14h Updated China coronavirus spread is accelerating, Xi Jinping warns
China's president tells a high-level meeting that the country faces a "grave situation".
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Coronavirus Exposes Core Flaws, and Few Strengths, in China’s Governance14h Updated Coronavirus Exposes Core Flaws, and Few Strengths, in China’s Governance
While China can mobilize a huge national response to the outbreak, its response to the crisis is also a lesson in how the country’s political weak points can carry grave consequences for world health.
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15h The art of having a memorial bench for a loved one
Dedicated benches can be a place of solace, but may only be temporary and costs can be prohibitive.
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Dominic Raab draws up China evacuation plan as infection accelerates 16h Dominic Raab draws up China evacuation plan as infection accelerates 
Ministers are drawing up plans for the emergency evacuation of more than 200 Britons trapped at the centre of the deadly coronavirus epidemic in China.
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People swim down roads as floods kill 30 in Brazil16h People swim down roads as floods kill 30 in Brazil
At least 30 people have died after two days of heavy rain caused flooding and landslides in southeast Brazil.
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Nurse treating coronavirus sufferers in China claims 90,000 people have already been infected16h Updated Nurse treating coronavirus sufferers in China claims 90,000 people have already been infected
The unnamed woman (left) said in a social media video that she is 'here to tell the truth'. China has faced criticism for censorship and for taking down videos about the outbreak posted online.
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16h Australian Open: Petra Kvitova fights back to reach quarter-finals
Seventh seed Petra Kvitova comes from a set down to defeat Greek Maria Sakkari 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 6-2 and reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.
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17h Updated Brexit day 50p coin unveiled by Chancellor Sajid Javid
It comes after the original batch of coins had to be melted down when the Brexit deadline was extended.
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17h The WHO should sound the alarm on Wuhan coronavirus
As the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread around the world, the World Health Organization's decision to hold off on declaring the outbreak "a public health emergency of international concern" is baffling.
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18h Death toll rises as healthcare workers say supplies are running out
The death toll from the Wuhan coronavirus in China continues rising as authorities and health care workers struggle to contain the outbreak.
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Meghan Markle started making secret plans for a US foundation eight days after announcing pregnancy18h Meghan Markle started making secret plans for a US foundation eight days after announcing pregnancy
An Instagram account called @archefoundation was created in 2018. It has been inactive since and has only one follower, Janina Gavanker, an actress and close friend of Meghan.
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Pompeo Lashes Out at Reporter and Challenges Her to Find Ukraine on a Map18h Updated Pompeo Lashes Out at Reporter and Challenges Her to Find Ukraine on a Map
“He shouted at me for about the same amount of time as the interview itself had lasted,” said Mary Louise Kelly of NPR.
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18h Xi warns that coronavirus outbreak is accelerating, says China is facing a grave situation
WSJ: US to evacuate Americans out of China Wuhan medical workers tell of coronavirus challenges Video appears to show desperation of patients in Wuhan A visual guide to the Wuhan coronavirus
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Prince Charles flew 16,000 miles in just 11 days before proudly posing with Greta Thunberg in Davos18h Updated Prince Charles flew 16,000 miles in just 11 days before proudly posing with Greta Thunberg in Davos
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that in the 11 days before his high-profile appearance, Prince Charles took three flights on private jets and one on a helicopter.
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Boris Johnson will strike a unifying tone as new 50p marks low-key EU departure18h Boris Johnson will strike a unifying tone as new 50p marks low-key EU departure
More than three million new 50p coins will enter circulation on Friday, bearing the inscription 'Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations' to mark Britain's belated departure from the EU.
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19h Updated Girl and Her Father Are Killed by Afghan Forces
The girl was shot dead in southern Afghanistan, and when her father took her body to a military base to ask for justice, he was killed.
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19h Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?
Inevitably, it will have economic consequences. But how severe and how far will they spread?
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Coronavirus: 56 people killed from outbreak in China19h Coronavirus: 56 people killed from outbreak in China
Fifty-six people have died from the coronavirus outbreak in China, the country's state media has reported.
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20h Louise Linton sides with Greta Thunberg after jab of activist by husband, Steve Mnuchin
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton on Saturday showed support for climate activist Greta Thunberg, days after her husband took a jab at the teenager.
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Pompeo Denounces News Media, Igniting Outrage20h Pompeo Denounces News Media, Igniting Outrage
In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”
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Iran Says Its Enriched Uranium Stockpile Is Far Beyond Allowed Amount21h Updated Iran Says Its Enriched Uranium Stockpile Is Far Beyond Allowed Amount
Iran has stockpiled 1,200 kilograms, or about 2,600 pounds, which is well beyond what the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers allowed, an official said.
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22h Trump impeachment trial: What happened so far
As prosecution gives way to defence, we look back at what you might have missed and what to expect.
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22h Jordan Sinnott: Murder probe after Matlock Town footballer dies on night out
Matlock Town's Jordan Sinnott suffered life-threatening head injuries in an attack in Retford.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: China Suspends Tours Abroad as Xi Warns of ‘Grave Situation’23h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: China Suspends Tours Abroad as Xi Warns of ‘Grave Situation’
The authorities reported 15 new deaths in Wuhan, the center of a virus outbreak, including a medical professional in his 60s.
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Footballer dies after assault in Nottinghamshire23h Footballer dies after assault in Nottinghamshire
Jordan Sinnott was discovered with a suspected fractured skull and died on Saturday A non-league footballer has died in hospital after being assaulted. Jordan Sinnott, who played for Matlock Town, was found unconscious with a suspected fractured skull following a disturbance in Retford, Nottinghamshire, in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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Gantz to Meet Trump on Peace Plan, but Alone, Not With Netanyahu23h Gantz to Meet Trump on Peace Plan, but Alone, Not With Netanyahu
Seemingly cornered into an awkward meeting with his political rival and the U.S. president, Benny Gantz finds a way to avoid aiding Benjamin Netanyahu — without offending the White House.
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23h Updated Two teens accused of killing their mothers and siblings
Two teens in Utah and Alabama killed their mothers and siblings in separate incidents, leaving their communities shocked in what appear to be unrelated cases.
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23h Updated Iraq Police Crack Down on Protests as Influential Cleric Withdraws Support
Security forces took back bridges and squares in Baghdad and Basra after the prominent Shiite cleric, Moktada al-Sadr, said he would no longer intervene on protesters’ behalf.
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23h Homemade anti-runner spikes found on popular nature trail
Police in Australia are urging the public to stay alert after a runner found homemade spikes methodically hidden on a popular running trail Monday.
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Scientists race to find out how Wuhan victims became ill24h Scientists race to find out how Wuhan victims became ill
If this outbreak is still caused mainly by animals, it can be controlled. But all-out human transmission could spell disaster Scientists are urgently seeking data to resolve one critically important aspect of the
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24h FA Cup fourth round: Long-range screamers and horrible misses
Watch all the best bits from the FA Cup fourth round including long-range goals, a mascot race and some horrible misses.
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Bernie Sanders surges in Iowa poll ahead of caucuses24h Bernie Sanders surges in Iowa poll ahead of caucuses
Vermont senator now choice of 25% of Iowa voters for Democratic candidate, survey found, after Warren drops in popularity Bernie Sanders has surged ahead of Democratic rivals in Iowa, a
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24h Impeachment: Democrats undoing 2016 election, say Trump lawyers
Lawyers start their defence of the US president at the impeachment trial in the Senate.
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24h Updated Grenfell Tower inquiry member Benita Mehra resigns
Benita Mehra quit after being linked to the charitable arm of a firm which supplied the block's cladding.
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Inside Christmas Island: the Australian detention centre with four asylum seekers and a $26m price tag25h Inside Christmas Island: the Australian detention centre with four asylum seekers and a $26m price tag
The sole occupants of a million-dollar facility off the country’s coast are two adults and two small children, who are paying the price for its war on refugees It should be one of Australia’s premier tourist destinations – a remote Indian ocean island with beautiful palm-fringed beaches, coral reefs, turquoise waters and fascinating wildlife. Instead, Christmas Island has made its name as a notorious prison, home to a sprawling detention centre, purpose-built and razor-wired – and which holds just four occupants, two of them small children.
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Glenn Greenwald in Bolsonaro’s Brazil: ‘I Trigger a Lot of Their Primal Rage’25h Updated Glenn Greenwald in Bolsonaro’s Brazil: ‘I Trigger a Lot of Their Primal Rage’
The American journalist has found himself at the center of another political firestorm, this time over press freedom in Brazil.
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Trump team begins argument president broke no laws at impeachment trial25h Updated Trump team begins argument president broke no laws at impeachment trial
Donald Trump’s lawyers began making their case Saturday, with a longer, more meaningful session expected for Monday Donald Trump’s legal team on Saturday argued that Donald Trump broke no laws and Democrats’ move to impeach him was simply an attempt to delegitimize Trump’s presidency.
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Grenfell inquiry panellist steps down over cladding company links25h Grenfell inquiry panellist steps down over cladding company links
Benita Mehra had been the target of fury from survivors and bereaved of 2017 tragedy A key member of the Grenfell Tower public inquiry has resigned after
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25h Updated West Ham 0-1 West Brom: Dismal Hammers crash out of FA Cup
Slaven Bilic enjoys a winning return to London Stadium as a dismal West Ham performance sees them crash out of the FA Cup at the hands of West Brom.
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26h Updated League One Oxford draw at Newcastle to earn FA Cup replay
Steve Bruce is hugely critical of his Newcastle side's "ridiculous" mistakes as they are held at home by League One Oxford in the FA Cup fourth round.
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Fear of Virus Ruins the ‘Happiest Day’ for Millions of Chinese26h Updated Fear of Virus Ruins the ‘Happiest Day’ for Millions of Chinese
In the city at the center of the epidemic, Lunar New Year celebrations were subdued while residents worried about sick family members and life under lockdown.
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Coronavirus: number infected hits 1,400 worldwide – live updates26h Updated Coronavirus: number infected hits 1,400 worldwide – live updates
More than 1,370 infected in China as officials try to stem spread of virus which has reached Europe, the US and Australia. Follow the latest news
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26h Updated Madonna Madame X tour: Star cancels first London show
The star says she has been "plagued" by injuries since the start of her tour and has been told to rest.
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Coronavirus: academic had no official contact on return from China26h Coronavirus: academic had no official contact on return from China
Martin Dove, who was working in Wuhan, thinks government could do more to track people A British academic who returned from China this week has said that no one from the UK government has tried to contact him regarding the coronavirus outbreak. Health officials have teamed up with Border Force agents and airlines to try to track down
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We won’t back off on pension protests, union ‘Asterix’ warns Macron26h We won’t back off on pension protests, union ‘Asterix’ warns Macron
Head of powerful CGT tells French president of trouble to come unless he cancels reformThe union leader heading protests against France’s bitterly contested pension reforms has accused Emmanuel Macron of playing with fire and showing contempt for the country’s workers. Philippe Martinez, head of the powerful CGT, said the president and his government were “disconnected” from the real world, and their advisers needed to “shake the hands of a few who actually work”.
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Call for new law to protect victims in the justice system26h Call for new law to protect victims in the justice system
Crime victims say they feel ‘let down’ by the courts and police as new data reveals rising numbers are failing to press charges Ministers have been urged to introduce a “victims’ law” to stop people losing faith in the criminal justice system. The move comes after new data revealed that the number of crime victims who decline to press charges has more than doubled in five years. Dame Vera Baird QC, the
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26h Updated Did the Saudis Play a Role in the 9/11 Attacks? Here’s What We Found.
Investigators continued to investigate Saudi links to 9/11 even after high-level officials discounted connections.
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Turkey earthquake: death toll rises as search for survivors continues27h Updated Turkey earthquake: death toll rises as search for survivors continues
At least 22 people killed and more than 1,100 injured, with fatalities likely to increase A powerful 6.8-magnitude earthquake in eastern Turkey has killed at least 22 people, with the death toll expected to rise as rescuers search for survivors under the rubble in freezing winter conditions. The quake late on Friday injured a further 1,103 people in hardest-hit Elazig and Malatya provinces and was followed by more than 390 aftershocks, 14 of which had magnitudes above 4 and were felt as far away as Iran and Lebanon.
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27h FA Cup: West Ham United 0-1 West Bromwich Albion highlights
Watch highlights as a dismal West Ham crash out of the FA Cup with a feeble home defeat at the hands of West Brom.
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China coronavirus: number infected hits 1,400 worldwide – live updates27h Updated China coronavirus: number infected hits 1,400 worldwide – live updates
More than 1,370 infected in China as officials try to stem spread of virus which has reached Europe, the US and Australia. Follow the latest news
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27h A 4-year-old who was accidentally shot while play-wrestling with his father has died, police say
A 4-year-old Indiana boy who was accidentally shot in the head while play-wrestling with his father has died, authorities said.
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27h Updated Ben Stokes: England all-rounder fined for altercation with fan
England all-rounder Ben Stokes is fined 15% of his match fee for an altercation with a spectator during the fourth Test in South Africa.
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Indonesia Releases U.S. Journalist Detained Over Visa Issue27h Updated Indonesia Releases U.S. Journalist Detained Over Visa Issue
The authorities had threatened a yearslong prison sentence for Philip Jacobson, who was jailed for three days. He is likely to be deported soon, but his movements remain restricted.
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Witness in court battle against gender clinic reveals what happened when she made cry for help27h Updated Witness in court battle against gender clinic reveals what happened when she made cry for help
Keira Bell, who was brought up in Hertfordshire, has now changed her mind about being a man. She believes it is an impossible quest, and is trying to reverse the process.
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27h Updated England in South Africa: Mark Wood shines in Johannesburg
Mark Wood stars with bat and ball to give England complete control of the fourth Test against South Africa on a superbly entertaining second day in Johannesburg.
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Several killed as Iraqi security raid anti-government protests27h Several killed as Iraqi security raid anti-government protests
Cleric Moqtada al-Sadr withdraws support for sit-ins in Baghdad and southern cities Iraqi security forces have raided Baghdad’s main anti-government protest site and attempted to eject protesters in southern cities, firing teargas and bullets which killed four people and wounded dozens more, police and medical sources said. The push to end the demonstrations and restore order came hours after the populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who has millions of supporters in Baghdad and the south, said he would halt his involvement in anti-government unrest.
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Coronavirus spread accelerating in China, says Xi Jinping28h Coronavirus spread accelerating in China, says Xi Jinping
President warns of ‘grave situation’ as the country spends holiday under travel restriction to stop the virus spreading
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China Expands Virus Lockdown, Encircling 35 Million28h Updated China Expands Virus Lockdown, Encircling 35 Million
The new travel restrictions include 12 cities as the death toll climbed to 26. In the epicenter, anxiety prevailed as mistrustful residents crowded into hospitals.
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28h Updated Ugandan climate activist cropped out of photo with white peers
The Associated Press news agency (AP) has apologized after cropping a Ugandan climate activist from a photograph where she had posed with her white peers after a press conference in Davos, Switzerland.
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Dr Rachel Clarke: ‘Wrinkles, middle age, grey hairs… these are reasons to celebrate’28h Dr Rachel Clarke: ‘Wrinkles, middle age, grey hairs… these are reasons to celebrate’
The palliative care doctor on her moving new memoir, Boris Johnson’s broken promises, and why the way we treat dying people should be the number one metric of a civilised society Dr Rachel Clarke worked as a television documentary-maker before deciding – as a GP’s daughter, this was always on the cards – to study medicine. She now specialises in palliative care, partly because it is centred on the patient rather than on any disease. It is impossible to overstate the qualities that make Clarke a first-rate doctor: sympathetic intelligence, kindness, a sense of humour. And she is one of those crucial people who will not settle for second best. She champions her patients and turns a critical eye on the politicians failing the NHS. A regular
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Coronavirus: 50m people in China under new year lockdown28h Coronavirus: 50m people in China under new year lockdown
President Xi Jinping warns of ‘grave situation’ as the country spends holiday under travel restriction to stop the virus spreading
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29h Desert locust invade East Africa
The Horn of Africa has been hit by an invasion of desert locusts in 25 years -- and in Kenya, it's the worst in 70 years, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization said Friday.
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29h Updated At least 15 dead, more than 500 injured in Turkey earthquake
A 6.7-magnitude earthquake hit eastern Turkey on Friday evening, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).
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Newborn baby found dead in Portsmouth street29h Newborn baby found dead in Portsmouth street
Police appeal for mother of child to get in touch A newborn baby has been found dead in a street in Portsmouth. The baby was found at the junction of Victoria Street and Old Commercial Road shortly after 6.15am on Saturday.
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29h Updated Father and 10-year-old daughter die in Hull house blaze
An investigation begins into what caused the blaze at a house on the outskirts of Hull.
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29h Wonderkid Håland smashes German league record
You might have thought scoring a debut hat-trick might earn you a start in the next game.
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29h Dead newborn baby found in Portsmouth street
Police appeal for the mother to contact them after the baby's remains are found in Portsmouth.
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Newcastle United decline to comment on reported Saudi Arabia takeover talks29h Newcastle United decline to comment on reported Saudi Arabia takeover talks
Wall Street Journal reports ongoing talks over £340m takeover
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29h Updated China coronavirus: UK tests come back negative
A total of 31 tests have concluded and there are no confirmed cases in Britain, government says.
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China’s Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, in Photos29h Updated China’s Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, in Photos
Here are the latest images as the country confronts a major public health crisis.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Jinping Warns China Faces ‘Grave Situation’29h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Jinping Warns China Faces ‘Grave Situation’
The authorities reported 15 new deaths in Wuhan, including a medical professional in his 60s.
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Three children found dead in house outside Dublin30h Updated Three children found dead in house outside Dublin
Police name two brothers and sister found in Newcastle house as woman taken to hospital
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30h Updated Channing Tatum no longer a single man
An Instagram kiss and inflatable unicorn horns are pointing to Channing Tatum and Jessie J getting back together.
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Happy ever after: why writers are falling out of love with marriage30h Happy ever after: why writers are falling out of love with marriage
From Sally Rooney and Ottessa Moshfegh to the author of this year’s hit debut, Kiley Reid, a new generation of novelists is turning the marriage plot on its head Greta Gerwig’s film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 classic
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30h Ugandan climate activist cropped out of photo taken with her white peers
The Associated Press news agency (AP) has apologized after cropping a Ugandan climate activist from a photograph where she had posed with her white peers after a press conference in Davos, Switzerland.
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30h Updated Oxford professor given protection following threats from trans activists
Oxford academic Selina Todd was given protection after threats from transgender rights activists.
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30h Updated California woman dies after clothing gets caught in raisin processing machine
A 33-year-old California woman is dead after her clothing got caught in a machine at a raisin processing facility in Fresno County.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: China Reports More Deaths as U.S. Orders Evacuation31h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: China Reports More Deaths as U.S. Orders Evacuation
The authorities reported 15 new deaths in Wuhan, including a medical professional in his 60s.
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Boris Johnson presses Trump over Harry Dunn suspect returning to UK31h Boris Johnson presses Trump over Harry Dunn suspect returning to UK
PM ‘reiterated need’ for Anne Sacoolas, charged with causing death of teenager, to face justice Boris Johnson “reiterated the need” for the suspect charged with causing the death of Harry Dunn to return to the UK during a phone call with Donald Trump, a Downing Street spokeswoman said. Dunn, 19, died after a crash outside a US military base in Croughton, Northamptonshire, on 27 August 2019.
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31h Inter hope to complete Eriksen deal on Monday
Inter Milan are hoping to complete the signing of Christian Eriksen from Tottenham on Monday.
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31h Royal Marine dies after training incident in Cornwall
The recruit got into difficulty during a training exercise on Tuesday.
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Coronavirus: death toll hits 41 as doctor dies from virus in China – live updates31h Updated Coronavirus: death toll hits 41 as doctor dies from virus in China – live updates
More than 1,280 infected in China as officials try to stem spread of virus which has reached Europe, the US and Australia. Follow the latest news
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31h FA Cup: Kelechi Iheanacho gives Leicester fourth-minute lead against Brentford
Kelechi Iheanacho finishes a "brilliant" team move to give Leicester an early lead against Brentford in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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31h Updated Australian Open: Nick Kyrgios beats Karen Khachanov to set up Rafael Nadal match
Home favourite Nick Kyrgios sets up an Australian Open last-16 meeting with Rafael Nadal after beating Karen Khachanov in a five-set thriller.
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31h Updated Man and girl die in Hull house blaze
An investigation begins into what caused the blaze at a house on the outskirts of Hull.
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Cacao not gold: ‘chocolate trees’ offer future to Amazon tribes31h Cacao not gold: ‘chocolate trees’ offer future to Amazon tribes
In Brazil’s largest indigenous reserve thousands of saplings have been planted as an alternative to profits from illegal gold mining The villagers walk down the grassy landing strip, past the wooden hut housing the health post and into the thick forest, pointing out the seedlings they planted along the way. For these Ye’kwana indigenous men, the skinny saplings, less than a metre high, aren’t just baby cacao trees but green shoots of hope in a land
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Man and girl, eight, die after house fire in Hull31h Man and girl, eight, die after house fire in Hull
Police say officers remain on the scene while the cause of the fire is investigated Two people have died following a fire in a house in Hull, including an eight-year-old girl, Humberside police said. Emergency services were called to a property in Wensley Avenue at about 7.50am on Saturday following reports of a fire.
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75 Years After Auschwitz Liberation, Worry That ‘Never Again’ Is Not Assured31h Updated 75 Years After Auschwitz Liberation, Worry That ‘Never Again’ Is Not Assured
Amid a surge of anti-Semitism and a rise in dehumanizing political rhetoric, there is fear that the horrific lessons of the death camp are being lost.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Somber Holiday as China Reports More Deaths31h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Somber Holiday as China Reports More Deaths
The authorities reported 15 new deaths in Wuhan, the center of the outbreak, as the virus spread to Australia and elsewhere.
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32h French charity says four aid workers missing in Iraq
Four aid workers from a French Christian charity have gone missing in Iraq and an investigation is underway to locate them, the organization said.
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Carrie Lam declares coronavirus emergency in Hong Kong – video32h Carrie Lam declares coronavirus emergency in Hong Kong – video
Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, has raised the territory’s response to the coronavirus outbreak to emergency level. Immigration and travel from Wuhan will be limited, major events cancelled and school openings delayed by two weeks. Lam said: ‘We have an emergency response level, it means that for this novel infectious disease, the impact on the population will be a high and imminent’
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32h China coronavirus: Stricter measures start Lunar New Year
On the first day of the year of the rat, China announces more anti-coronavirus steps.
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32h Highlights: Haaland scores two as Borussia Dortmund thrash Cologne
Erling Braut Haaland scores two more Borussia Dortmund goals to make history as the first player to score five in his first two Bundesliga games.
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32h Updated Pliskova & Svitolina out in third round
Second seed Karolina Pliskova and fifth seed Elina Svitolina both fall to straight-set defeats in the Australian Open third round.
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Reynhard Sinaga may have been raping men as far back as 200532h Reynhard Sinaga may have been raping men as far back as 2005
Photos, videos and ‘trophy items’ suggest ‘Britain’s worst ever rapist’ attacked 195 men between 2005 and 2017 Police in Manchester believe the PhD student dubbed “Britain’s worst ever rapist” may have attacked men as far back as 2005 – and have admitted he called them at least twice to help evict men from his flat. Reynhard Sinaga, 36, from Indonesia, posed as a “good Samaritan” outside clubs in central Manchester, inviting men back to his flat for a drink or to charge their phones, before slipping the date rape drug gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) into their drink. He then recorded himself raping them, sometimes for hours at a time.
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Deborah Orr on leaving home: ‘My parents were the jailers I loved’32h Deborah Orr on leaving home: ‘My parents were the jailers I loved’
In an extract from her posthumous memoir, the writer recalls her escape to university – and how her mother’s disapproval haunted her When the letters came, that was when it all blew up – for ever. I told my parents, Win and John, that I’d been offered a place at St Andrews university, they warned me that I’d be out of my depth, mixing with people who had very different lives to me – more money, posh, snobs. I wouldn’t be able to keep up. This, they told me again, had been my perennial problem: I always wanted to mix with people Win and John couldn’t compete with – at the Guides, at the Duke of Edinburgh’s award scheme. Here was another one. “This is just another one of your nine-day wonders, Deborah. College is more suitable.”
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