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Coronavirus: Hong Kong to slash border travel as virus spreads
It wants to drastically reduce visits from mainland China, where the death toll has reached 106.
Antarctica melting: Journey to the 'doomsday glacier'
Scientists are studying why the Thwaites Glacier is melting quicker than previously thought.
Endangered cheetahs can return to Indian forests - court
The world's fastest land animal was hunted into extinction in the country more than 70 years ago.
Netanyahu indicted in court on corruption charges after dropping immunity bid
The Israeli prime minister had requested parliamentary immunity after being charged in November.
Jeffrey Epstein accusers outraged by Prince Andrew's 'lack of co-operation'
US lawyers, representing some of the late Jeffrey Epstein's accusers, urge the duke to assist the probe.
Kobe Bryant: Washington Post reporter suspended after tweets
The Washington Post suspended Felicia Sonmez over tweets about sexual claims against Kobe Bryant.
UK to allow Huawei 'limited role' in 5G network
The US failed to convince the prime minister to ban the Chinese firm from any involvement.
Fugitive Colombian senator Aída Merlano captured in Venezuela
Aída Merlano, who escaped from a dental surgery using a rope last year, is caught across the border.
Man arrested with 30 phones in cycling shorts after rock gig
Dutch police catch a suspect in a tight spot after being alerted to mobile phone thefts.
Coronavirus: Wuhan residents shout from windows in solidarity
Residents in the quarantined city battling a virus outbreak are shouting and singing to boost morale.