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Shamima Begum cannot return to UK to fight for citizenship, supreme court rules
Shamima Begum, who fled Britain as a schoolgirl to join Islamic State in Syria, lost her case before the supreme court on Friday.
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Russian diplomats leave North Korea on hand-powered rail trolley
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EU leaders urge vaccination production speed up, warn against exports
Ursula von der Leyen has warned coronavirus vaccine suppliers to honour commitments in the EU, threatening to ban exports.
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The Queen encourages people to get Covid vaccine jab: 'Think about others'
The Queen said her Covid-19 jab 'didn’t hurt at all' in a video call with health officials leading vaccine deployment across the UK.
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A mother rescued four children by throwing them from a high window of an apartment that was on fire in Istanbul, Turkey.
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European Council president Charles Michel and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen are expected to hold news conference after and EU leaders' meeting on Covid-19
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EU health chiefs debate COVID-19 vaccines with pharma CEOs – watch live
European lawmakers debate with pharmaceutical CEOs on how to increase capacity and improve delivery of COVID-19 vaccines.
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Police shoot into crowd in Myanmar as first pro-military rally takes place
Police officers shot into a crowd of pro-democracy protesters in Yangon's Tamwe township in Myanmar, as thousands continued to rally against the military coup across the country.
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Nicola Sturgeon clashes with MSPs over Alex Salmond claims during FMQs
Nicola Sturgeon has been questioned about Alex Salmond claims at first minister’s questions.
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Nicola Sturgeon answers first minister's questions in Scottish parliament – watch live
Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, faces questions at FMQs in Holyrood The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters.
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Gavin Williamson says pupils will have their grades determined by teachers – watch live
The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, has said pupils will have their grades determined by teachers.
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Petrified tree up to 20m years old found intact in Lesbos
Scientists on the volcanic Greek island of Lesbos say they have found a rare fossilised tree.
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WHO experts in Europe hold news conference on long Covid – watch live
World Health Organization hosts news conference on Covid-19 in Europe with Dr Hans Kluge, WHO'd regional director for Europe, and technical experts, focusing on long Covid
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Why Bitcoin is so bad for the planet
In a year, bitcoin uses around the same about of electricity as the entire country of Norway. The digital currency is one that allows people to bypass banks and traditional payment methods.
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A rogue sheep found wandering in rural Victoria has been shorn of his heavily overgrown 35kg fleece.
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Listen to the first sounds recorded on Mars
Nasa scientists release the first sounds ever recorded on Mars, a light gust of wind on the planet's surface on Monday.
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Former Assad regime agent convicted in historic Syria torture verdict: 'Only the beginning'
A court in Germany has found a former Syrian regime official guilty of being an accomplice to crimes against humanity, in a historic first victory for efforts worldwide to bring legal accountability
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Gavin Williamson hopes children will get time in school this summer
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WHO experts take Covid questions from public in virtual Q&A – watch live
WHO experts Dr Mike Ryan and Teresa Zakaria and the UN high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, answer questions about coronavirus from the general public.
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Ghana receives 600,000 vaccines through Covax
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PMQs: Boris Johnson questioned by Keir Starmer and MPs in parliament – watch live
British prime minister Boris Johnson takes questions in parliament after President of COP26 Alok Sharma faces questions on climate change.
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Pfizer and Oxford vaccine developers take questions from British MPs – watch live
Dr Philip Dormitzer, vice-president and chief scientific officer of viral vaccines at Pfizer; Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology, University of Oxford; Madelaine McTernan, director general, UK
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Victorian house rolls through streets of San Francisco to new address
After 139 years at 807 Franklin Street in San Francisco, a two-storey Victorian house has a new address.
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Capitol mob 'came prepared for war', US Senate hears testimony
The former Capitol police chief, Steven Sund, said during a joint hearing on security failures that the insurrectionists during the 6 January attack 'came prepared for war'.
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The Senate Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing to examine the security failures that led to a breach of the US Capitol on 6 January
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Boris Johnson says he feels guilty about his journalism
Boris Johnson told a group of schoolchildren on Tuesday he quit journalism for politics because he felt guilty about 'abusing or attacking people' without putting himself in their shoes.
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WHO hosts virtual event for Covid 'Recover Better Together campaign' – watch live
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Nicola Sturgeon outlines Scotland's roadmap out of Covid lockdown
Nicola Sturgeon has set out a 'provisional' timetable for the easing of Covid restrictions in Scotland up until April.
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Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, details how lockdown will be eased The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters.
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