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Alexei Navalny urges supporters to 'take to the streets' as he is taken to prison
Alexei #Navalny on Monday called on his supporters to "take to the streets" after he was jailed for at least 30 days in an extraordinary trial that took place in a police station rather than a court.
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In full: MPs debate and vote to extend Universal Credit £20 uplift
The Prime Minister and Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor, are under to pressure to extend the £20-a-week boost to the benefit, introduced to help families through the Covid crisis, which is due to wind-up
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Joe Biden's inauguration rehearsal forced to evacuate amid security concern
A rehearsal for Joe #Biden's #inauguration was dramatically evacuated on Monday after a fire in a nearby homeless encampment caused security concerns.
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In full: Matt Hancock gives coronavirus update from Downing Street
Health Secretary Matt Hancock leads the Downing Street press conferenc, giving an update on the coronavirus situation in England.
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New US Capitol riot video shows mob rifling through Senators' desks
In new footage released by The New Yorker, Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol can be seen going through Senators' desks and rifling through their papers, including Senator Ted Cruz of
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Boris Johnson: Post-Brexit fishing problems are 'teething' issues caused by coronavirus
The British fishing industry is being hamstrung "in large part" by the pandemic Boris Johnson has claimed, insisting that demand has declined because "restaurants have been closed for so long".
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How Joe Biden's 2021 inauguration day will compare to past ceremonies
US presidential inaugurations are usually steeped in tradition, but Joe Biden's 2021 ceremony is set to be like no other.
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'A sense of impending doom': NHS doctors on what it's like to be on the Covid-19 frontline
"We are used to dealing with illness and death", Dr Sonia Adesara says, "what we're not used to dealing with is so much of it".
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Australian Open tennis players train in their hotel rooms during quarantine
Dozens of tennis stars are stuck in hotel quarantine ahead of the Australian Open after positive coronavirus cases on their flight.
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Migrant caravan clashes with Guatemalan police on way to Mexico and US
Guatemalan soldiers clashed with migrants from Honduras on Sunday after part of a caravan of as many as 9,000 people was held by authorities near where it had entered the country.
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Huge security measures in place ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration
Members of the National Guard, Secret Services and Metropolitan Police have been stationed in Washington DC to secure the area near the Capitol for possible protests ahead of US president-elect Joe
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Moment Alexei Navalny detained in airport after returning to Russia
This is the moment Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is detained upon landing at Moscow's Vnukovo airport.
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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny boards plane for Russia
Leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny boarded a plane at Berlin airport on Sunday to return to Russia after recovering in Germany from his poisoning by a nerve agent in August.
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Aftermath of fatal attack on female judges in Afghanistan
Unknown gunmen shot and killed two female judges in Kabul on Sunday as they travelled to work.
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Uganda election: Bobi Wine campaign coordinator claims police attack
The campaign coordinator for Uganda's opposition leader Bobi Wine claimed he was beaten and tortured by police Sunday.
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Chopper's Politics Podcast: EU Ambassador to the UK and the Loneliness Minister
Subscribe to Chopper's Politics for free: playpodca.st/chopper The first ever EU Ambassador to the UK, João Vale de Almeida, joins Christopher Hope on this week's Chopper's Politics to talk
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Troops pour into Washington DC as capital braces for unrest ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration
Security continued to be strengthened around Washington, D.C. on Saturday as tensions run high of possible threats ahead of the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
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Every adult to receive first vaccine dose by September, says Raab
The Government hopes to have offered every adult a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by September, Mr Raab said.
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'Kill him with his own gun': Police recount facing the mob in Capitol riot
Washington DC police officers recalled their experiences of trying to hold off the violent mob who breached the U.S. Capitol during the deadly insurrection last week.
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'It isn't a problem': France begins 6pm curfew in bid to curb coronavirus infections
It was time to close shop early and head home in France on Saturday evening (January 16) as a new 6pm curfew intended to help stem the spread of coronavirus infections, especially a more infectious
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Salisbury Cathedral turned into 'beautiful' vaccine centre
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, has been transformed into a centre for people to receive an injection of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.
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Bobi Wine says military raided home as he rejects 'rigged' Uganda election results
Soldiers jumped over the fence and briefly surrounded the home of opposition leader Bobi Wine outside of the capital Kampala on Friday, hours after the 38-year-old singer-turned-lawmaker rejected
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UK doctors warn Covid-19 patients being admitted to hospital getting younger and sicker
UK doctors are warning that the number of coronavirus patients being admitted to hospitals is continuing to rise, British broadcaster Sky reported on Saturday.
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Chaos in Manaus: Brazil's hospitals 'run out of oxygen' for Covid patients as hundreds wait for beds
The Brazilian city of Manaus was facing an extreme shortage of essential hospital supplies and bed space on Friday amid a new spurt of coronavirus cases, prompting two army planes to fly over 18
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Pfizer will 'catch up' says Ursula von der Leyen following delays to vaccine deliveries
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen reacts after Pfizer confirmed it will temporarily reduce deliveries to Europe of its Covid-19 vaccine while it upgrades production capacity to two
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Coronavirus: Joe Biden pledges to vaccinate 100 million people in his first 100 days
President-elect Joe Biden plans to deliver on his pledge to vaccinate 100 million people in his first 100 days.
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge discuss mental health and bereavement with frontline workers
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge check in on frontline staff working during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Nancy Pelosi denounces 'punk with that shirt on' during US Capitol siege ahead of inauguration
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there may be a need to prosecute members of Congress if any are found to have assisted the pro-Trump rioters in last week’s attack on the Capitol.
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Boris Johnson suspends all travel corridors indefinitely
The Government has suspended all of the UK’s travel corridors over concerns about new Covid variants.
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Rio de Janeiro beaches crowded as Brazil tackles new variant
Beaches in Rio de Janeiro were still crowded on the day the UK banned all arrivals from South America over concerns over a new strain of coronavirus.
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