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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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Baarack the sheep shorn of 35kg fleece after being found roaming in rural Australia
A rogue sheep found wandering in rural Victoria has been shorn of his heavily overgrown 35kg fleece.
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Four children thrown to safety from burning building in Istanbul
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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Mount Etna illuminates night sky with lava fountain
Spectacular eruptions of red lava from Mount Etna, on the Italian island of Sicily, continued overnight from Monday into Tuesday, illuminating the night sky.
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Footage of Perseverance rover landing on Mars released by Nasa
Nasa has released first-of-its-kind footage of the Perseverance rover landing on Mars. The video shows the final minutes of last week's descent, up to the point where the rover touches down on Mars'
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Timelapse of rare Amazonian 'Moonflower' blooming for one night only
A rare Amazonian cactus called the moonflower has bloomed for what botanists believe is the first time in the UK.
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Funeral held for Captain Sir Tom Moore – watch live
British veteran and fundraiser Captain Tom Moore's funeral takes place. He became a national figure after raising almost £39m for the NHS by walking lengths of his garden in Bedfordshire.
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Russian diplomats leave North Korea on hand-powered rail trolley
In normal times, most diplomats can expect to end a foreign posting with an official – if not always fond – farewell from their hosts and a comfortable journey back to their native country.
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Boris Johnson holds a press conference after announcing Covid lockdown easing plan
Boris Johnson holds a press conference after announcing lockdown easing plan The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters.
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Covid vaccine: All adults over 50 expected to be offered jab by mid-April
The UK health secretary said one in three adults had now received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
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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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Boris Johnson outlines plan for easing England's lockdown – watch live
The prime minister sets out his road map for the phased lifting of restrictions The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters.
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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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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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Airplane debris narrowly misses Broomfield home after midair engine fire
A United Airlines plan rained debris on Denver suburbs, narrowly missing a home, after suffering catastrophic engine failure shortly after takeoff on Saturday.
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Exeter: WW2 bomb detonated after homes evacuated
A controlled detonation has been carried out on an unexploded World War Two bomb found in Exeter.
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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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Hundreds of calves stranded at sea suspected for disease
Hundreds of calves crammed onboard a ship were checked by Spanish government veterinarians after months at sea, suspected of contracting the bovine disease bluetonge.
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Covid UK: Gavin Williamson holds government briefing – watch live
The UK education minister Gavin Williamson is expected to lead a government briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters.
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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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Spain protests: violence and looting on fifth night of unrest over rapper's jail sentence
Police and demonstrators in Barcelona clashed for a fifth night on Saturday, with thousands taking to the streets across Spain to protest against the jailing of a controversial rapper for glorifying
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Coronavirus UK: Matt Hancock holds press briefing – watch live
Matt Hancock is expected to hold a press briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic
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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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'We haven't been good enough': Anas Sarwar pledges to rebuild Scottish Labour as leader
Anas Sarwar said becoming Scottish Labour leader was the greatest honour of his life, and pledged to rebuild the party. 'I know Labour has a lot of work to do to win back your trust,' Sarwar said.
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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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Boris Johnson sets out four-step plan to ease Covid lockdown in England
The prime minister has announced that schools will reopen from 8 March, non-essential retail and outdoor service in pubs and restaurants could be back by 12 April, with indoor service earmarked for
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Drone footage shows years of damage to earthquake-struck Christchurch cathedral
Ten years since an earthquake hit Christchurch in New Zealand and left 185 people dead, a major rebuild of the city's cathedral is under way.
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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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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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