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Man who believed virus was hoax loses wife to Covid-19

A Florida taxi driver, who believed false claims that coronavirus was a hoax, has lost his wife to Covid-19.

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Kim Jong-un warns over North Korea typhoon and coronavirus

Kim Jong-un has warned North Korean authorities to prepare for the dangers posed to the country by the coronavirus pandemic and a...

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NY attorney general demands Eric Trump testimony in...

The New York attorney general has asked a judge to order the testimony of Donald Trump's son in a probe of the president and his private...

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Jacob Blake: Wisconsin black man 'will need miracle'...

The lawyers for the family of a black man shot in the back by police in the US state of Wisconsin say he will need a "miracle" to...

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EU trade commissioner apologises for attending golf...

EU trade commissioner Phil Hogan has apologised "fully and unreservedly" for attending a dinner in the west of Ireland with more than...

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Oral sex linked to vaginal condition bacterial vaginosis

Oral sex may create an environment for a common vaginal condition called bacterial vaginosis or BV, according to research in the journal...

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Alexei Navalny: Kremlin dismisses accusations against...

The Kremlin has dismissed accusations that President Vladimir Putin sanctioned the poisoning of critic Alexei Navalny.

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Christchurch shooting: Grief, defiance as victims...

Survivors and families of victims of a mosque shooting in New Zealand have spoken out against gunman Brenton Tarrant, in the third...

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The Eastern Mediterranean tinderbox: Why Greek-Turkish...

Over recent weeks, tensions have been rising in the waters of the Eastern Mediterranean, prompted by what seems like a simple rivalry...

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Africa declared free of wild polio in 'milestone'

Africa has been declared free from wild polio by the independent body, the Africa Regional Certification Commission.

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Mike Pence at RNC 2020: The rare times he made headlines

In picking veteran politician Mike Pence as his vice-president in 2016, Donald Trump went with a safe choice that would also help...

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South Africa's sugar cane murders: Living in fear...

A sugar-growing community in South Africa is reeling after the bodies of five women aged between 16 and 38 were discovered dumped...

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Australia to tighten rules on states' and universities'...

The Australian government is planning to introduce legislation which would enable it to veto agreements made by local governments...

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Hurricane Laura ‘will cause unsurvivable storm surge’

Hurricane Laura is expected to cause an "unsurvivable" storm surge, extreme winds and flash floods as it hits the US, the National...

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Lockdown may have lasting effects on friendships

"Friendships can deteriorate very quickly if you don't invest in them - it probably only takes about three months," says evolutionary...

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Mauritius: Anger and questions as 17 dead dolphins...

At least 17 dead dolphins have been found on the coast of Mauritius, prompting debates about whether a recent oil spill was to blame.

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Trump challenges Biden to drug test before debate

US President Donald Trump has called for himself and Democratic challenger Joe Biden to submit to drug tests before their first debate...

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Israeli rabbi killed in Petah Tikva knife attack

A rabbi has been stabbed to death by a Palestinian man in the Israeli city of Petah Tikva, Israeli police say.

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Iran to grant IAEA inspectors access to suspected...

Iran has agreed to give International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors access to two suspected former nuclear sites.

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Notorious B.I.G. crown and Tupac love letters up for...

Love hip-hop and have a few hundred thousand pounds burning a hole in your pocket? This might be for you

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Blueberry farmers warn of 'disaster' crop

The blueberry is a fruit synonymous with the US, but farmers of the wild crop are struggling.

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Eusebio Leal: The man who saved Old Havana from decay

Eusebio Leal was sometimes known as "The Grey Man" for the distinctive loose-fitting grey suits he wore as he walked the streets of...

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Caged Congolese man: Why a zoo took 114 years to apologise

Ota Benga was kidnapped from what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1904 and taken to the US to be exhibited. Journalist...

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