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Boris Johnson announces lifting of lockdown from March 8th in England - BBC News
Boris Johnson has unveiled his timetable for the gradual lifting of the lockdown in England starting on March the 8th.
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Harry and Meghan to leave royal life for good says Buckingham Palace - BBC News
Buckingham Palace has confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be returning as working members of the Royal Family.
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What can we expect from Boris Johnson’s roadmap to easing lockdown? - BBC Newsnight
A roadmap out of restrictions in England is being finalised this weekend — are we finally past the pandemic's worst?
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Nasa releases videos of its Perseverance rover landing on Mars - BBC News
The American space agency has released video of its Perseverance rover landing on Mars. Nasa sent Perseverance to Mars festooned with cameras, seven of which were dedicated to recording the landing.
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Prince Harry and Meghan not returning to Royal Family - BBC News
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not return as working members of the Royal Family, Buckingham Palace has said.
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Priyanka Chopra Jonas locked down in London - BBC News
Hollywood star Priyanka Chopra Jonas has released her autobiography, Unfinished.
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Texas storm: 'He's 92 so we wrapped him tight like a mummy' - BBC News
Texas has seen widespread outages after a winter storm whipped through the southern US state. Like so many desperate Texans, Henry is struggling to stay warm without power.
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UK considers “vaccine passports” to prove Covid protection - BBC News
Boris Johnson has said that the UK government is considering whether to introduce so-called “vaccine passports”.
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Myanmar coup: Facebook blocks military-run news site - BBC News
Myanmar entered its second week of nightly internet shutdowns, monitoring group NetBlocks reported. The junta has been regularly blocking the web to try to stifle mass protests.
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Huge crowds defy army warning in Myanmar strike - BBC News
Hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Myanmar in one of the largest demonstrations yet against the country’s military coup.
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Thousands in Myanmar pay respects to teenager shot dead during military coup - BBC News
In Myanmar thousands of people have lined the streets for the funeral of a young woman, shot during protests against the recent military coup.
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Omegle: Children expose themselves on video chat site - BBC News
A BBC investigation into the increasingly popular live video chat website Omegle has found what appear to be prepubescent boys explicitly touching themselves in front of strangers.
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World's first doses of Covax vaccines delivered - BBC News
Ghana has become the first recipient of Covid-19 vaccine doses distributed by the global vaccine sharing initiative, Covax.
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Attenborough gives stark warning on climate change to UN - BBC News
Climate change could, within a lifetime, destroy "entire cities and societies", Sir David Attenborough has told the UN Security Council.
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COVID-19 and the schools crisis - BBC News
With thousands of schools still closed around the world, there are increasingly urgent warnings of the impact of the pandemic on millions of children.
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'America is back', US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says - BBC News
"America is back" and fully engaged in helping resolve issues including the Covid-19 pandemic, climate change and Iran's nuclear ambitions, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told the BBC.
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The Salmond-Sturgeon feud: What happened? - BBC Newsnight
The Salmond-Sturgeon feud has exposed a bitter split in the SNP. What happened and where does it leave the independence project?
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Landmark ruling says Uber drivers are employees with right to minimum wage and sick pay - BBC News
The UK Supreme Court has ruled that Uber drivers must be treated as workers rather than self-employed , a decision which means they could be entitled to a minimum wage and holiday pay.
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Princess Latifa urges UK police to reopen sister's kidnap case - BBC News
Princess Latifa, the captive daughter of Dubai's ruler, has appealed to British police to re-investigate the kidnap of her older sister from a Cambridge street more than 20 years ago.
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China court orders man to pay wife for housework - BBC News
A Beijing divorce court has ordered a man to compensate his wife for the housework she did during their marriage, in a landmark ruling.
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Schools in England to fully reopen on March 8th with compulsory Covid tests - BBC News
All schools and further education colleges in England will be fully open from Monday 8th March. Secondary school students will be regularly tested using rapid lateral flow tests.
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Farmer protests: India's sedition law used to muffle dissent - BBC News
For more than two and a half months, hundreds of thousands of farmers in India have been protesting against new agricultural laws passed last year.
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Thousands of cold-stunned turtles rescued from Texas weather – BBC News
Around 4,700 turtles have been saved from the deadly US winter storm by a rescue centre in Texas. The freezing conditions have left the reptiles cold-stunned and in danger of drowning.
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US marks 500,000 Covid-19 deaths - BBC News
President Joe Biden has addressed the nation as the US passed the figure of 500,000 Covid-related deaths, the highest number of any country. “As a nation, we can’t accept such a cruel fate.
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Covid-19: How realistic is the PM's timetable for easing England's lockdown? - BBC Newsnight
A new four-step plan to ease England's lockdown could see all legal limits on social contact lifted by 21 June, if strict conditions are met.
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Security officials testify Capitol rioters 'came prepared for war' - BBC News
US Capitol security officials who were ousted in the wake of the 6 January attack on Congress have blamed intelligence failures for the breach.
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The most important humanitarian gesture in decades? - BBC News
Venezuela's ongoing economic and political turmoil could result in the biggest displacement of people in the world in recent years - an issue that has repercussions for the whole region.
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Schools in England given catch-up funds to help pupils left behind during pandemic - BBC News
The “full return” of students to schools and colleges in England on March 8th is justified by the latest data and a “robust” Covid testing regime, according to the UK government.
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Koala gets prosthetic foot from dentist – BBC News
Australian dentist Jon Doulman built a unique prosthetic after hearing about a koala born without a foot.
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Migrants blogging about their journeys to Europe - BBC News
Migrant YouTubers trying to get to Europe illegally and documenting every step of their wild journeys to fans back home.
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