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Migrant caravan: Mexico presses US to reform immigration policies
The Mexican president spoke out as thousands gathered in Guatemala en route to Mexico and the US.
Covid vaccine: WHO warns of 'catastrophic moral failure'
It accuses richer nations of a "me-first" approach to Covid vaccine, and hoarding precious supplies.
Biden says travel bans will stay despite Trump order
The US president-elect dismisses a White House order lifting entry bans for much of Europe and Brazil.
Conquering K2 in winter 'together'
The BBC speaks to Nirmal Purja, among the first Nepalese climbers who reached the K2 summit in winter.
Trapped Chinese miners' note sparks hopes for rescue
Rescuers say at least 12 Chinese workers are alive a week after an explosion blocked the mine's exit.
Keystone pipeline: Biden 'to cancel it on his first day'
The president-elect will sign an executive order on his first day in office, media reports say.
Kyrgios criticises Djokovic over Australian Open quarantine row
Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios takes aim at Novak Djokovic ahead of the Australian Open.
Alexei Navalny: Poisoned Putin critic Navalny to be kept in custody
It follows his dramatic return to Russia, five months after a nerve agent attack almost killed him.
Surat accident: Truck crushes 16 migrant workers to death in India
They were sleeping on the pavement next to a motorway when a truck ran them over in Gujarat state.
US Capitol riots: FBI investigates whether stolen Pelosi laptop was offered to Russia
A 22-year-old woman is accused by an ex-partner of trying to sell the device to Russian intelligence.
Tunisia protests: Hundreds arrested as clashes continue
Demonstrators angered by high unemployment and an economic crisis clash with police.
Chip-shortage 'crisis' halts car-company output
A shortage of computer chips is leading to car factories shutting down for days at a time.



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