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Coronavirus confirmed as pandemic by World Health Organization
The World Health Organization calls for "urgent action" as Italy announces most shops will close.
Harvey Weinstein jailed for 23 years in rape trial
The sentence finalises a dramatic fall from grace for one of Hollywood's most powerful figures.
Coronavirus: Trump suspends travel from Europe to US
Flights from 26 countries, not including the UK, will be suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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Greenland and Antarctica ice loss accelerating
The Earth's great ice sheets are losing mass six times faster today than they were in the 1990s.
India suspends most visas to halt coronavirus spread
All visas, barring a select few categories, will be suspended for a month effective Friday.
Tom Hanks coronavirus: Actor and wife Rita Wilson test positive
The couple are being isolated after confirming they have coronavirus in Australia, Hanks says.
Guinea Bissau: A deadly mix of guns, cocaine and cashew nuts
Guinea-Bissau, which has a long history of coups, briefly had two presidents following disputed elections.
Ethiopia's Ambo city: 'From freedom to repression under Abiy Ahmed'
Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed hailed Ambo as "our New York", but now residents complain of police brutality.
How Europe deals with terror offenders when they are freed from jail
Fearful of the risk from radicalised offenders, European countries plays a delicate balancing act.
Coronavirus: South Korea's 'trace, test and treat' approach
South Korea is testing more people per capita than anywhere else - and could be a role model for others.
Delhi riots: 'No-one who saw the photo thought I would survive'
A photo of Mohammad Zubair being beaten by a Hindu mob became the defining image of riots in Delhi.
Coronavirus: Italy shuts nearly all shops as WHO declares pandemic
PM Conte says only food shops and chemists will stay open, as the WHO says coronavirus is a pandemic.
Floyd Mayweather's ex-partner found dead in car
Josie Harris, mother to three of the boxer's children, was unresponsive on her California driveway.
UK soldier and two Americans killed in rocket attack in Iraq
More than a dozen rockets hit a base near Baghdad, killing two Americans and one British soldier.
Reaction as Weinstein jailed for 23 years
Dozens of women have come forward to accuse the movie producer of sexual misconduct, since October 2017.
UN experts demand Iran ceases harassing BBC Persian staff
BBC Persian journalists have endured death threats, criminal inquiries, asset freezes and defamation.
Le Drian case: Fraudsters who wore mask of French minister jailed
The conmen wore a silicone mask of Jean-Yves Le Drian to trick wealthy people during video calls.
Lockerbie bombing: Megrahi appeal bid allowed
A review decides that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's conviction can be taken to a fresh appeal.
Coronavirus: Iran death toll rises as virus spreads
Footage has emerged showing numerous body bags, as the country struggle to cope with the virus.
Palestinian teenager killed in West Bank clash
Palestinian medics say the 15-year-old was shot in the face by Israeli fire south of Nablus.
Coronavirus: Up to 70% of Germany could become infected - Merkel
The chancellor warns that as many as 58 million Germans could become infected by coronavirus.
Danube boat accident: Cruise ship captain goes on trial
His cruise ship collided with a small boat carrying South Korean tourists in Budapest.
Harvey Weinstein arrives for sentencing in New York rape trial
The former Hollywood producer faces up to 29 years in jail after being convicted of rape and assault.
Mexico City underground trains collide killing one
Two trains crash into each other at Tacubaya metro station in Mexico City injuring dozens
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