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Alexei Navalny: EU and US demand release of poisoned Putin critic
Alexei Navalny is arrested in Moscow five months after a nerve agent attack nearly killed him.
Migrant caravan: Guatemala blocks thousands bound for US
Security forces block a group of thousands that could pose an early test for the Biden White House.
Australia unlikely to fully reopen border in 2021, says top official
The border closure is likely to remain even with widespread vaccinations, a top official says.
Trapped Chinese miners' note sparks hopes for rescue
Rescuers say at least 12 workers are alive a week after an explosion blocked the mine's exit.
The Capitol Police officer in a MAGA hat. What’s the real story?
He coordinated with Trump supporters during the Capitol riot - but new video suggests it was part of a ploy.
Australian Open 2021: 'No special treatment' for tennis players in Melbourne
Tennis players living under strict quarantine rules before the Australian Open will get "no special treatment", says Victorian premier Daniel Andrews.
Covid: Brazil approves and rolls out AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines
Brazil has the world's second-highest Covid death toll but has seen delay and discord over vaccines.
Covid-19: The road back to Wuhan
The BBC's Stephen McDonell visits Wuhan ahead of the anniversary of the world's first Covid-19 lockdown.
Github apologises for firing Jewish employee who warned about 'Nazis'
The Jewish employee had warned co-workers about the danger of Nazis during the Capitol Riots.
Aditya Singh: Man found 'living in airport for three months' over Covid fears
Aditya Singh was reportedly afraid to fly due to Covid-19, so lived in Chicago's O'Hare airport.
Biden inauguration: Fortified US statehouses see some small protests
Small armed groups gathered in several US cities but most state capitols were quiet amid high security.
Lee Jae Yong: Samsung heir gets prison term for bribery scandal
A South Korean court sentenced Lee Jae Yong to two and a half years in prison.



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