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Putin critic Alexei Navalny pictured walking down stairs as he recovers from novichok poisoning
Putin critic Alexei Navalny has been pictured walking down stairs in hospital as he continues to recover after being poisoned with novichok.
Murder detectives identify man found on fire in 'suspicious' death in south London
Police investigating the death of a man who was found on fire in south London have named and issued a photo of the victim.
Rochester mass shooting: Two dead, 14 injured after gunfire at illegal party breaking COVID restrictions
At least two people have been killed after a mass shooting at an illegal party in a city in New York state.
Dominic Raab protection officer suspended from duties after leaving gun on plane
A police protection officer travelling with the foreign secretary has been suspended from duties after leaving his gun on a plane.
Storm Ianos: Two dead after 'medicane' lashes Greece and sparks islands emergency
At least two people have been killed after a "medicane" - a rare Mediterranean hurricane - toppled trees, cut power and flooded streets in Greece.
Coronavirus: 'COVID-19 only takes white people': Researchers battle disease myths in South Africa
As the coronavirus clings on, reasserting itself in countries like the UK and US, the hopes and fears of politicians, scientists and the rest of humanity centre on a relatively small number of vaccines currently in development.
US Supreme Court judge and women's rights champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies
US Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at 87 due to complications from pancreatic cancer.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson rips off electric gate with bare hands to avoid being late for work
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson put his enormous muscles to good use when he was forced to rip off his electric gate from a wall with his bare hands to avoid being late to film scenes for his debut superhero movie.
Primodos: UK campaign prompts German government to investigate pregnancy test drug
Campaigners have described it as "a huge step forward".
Coronavirus: European countries impose new restrictions as infections tick upwards
Several countries across Europe have announced new coronavirus restrictions in some of their largest cities after recent surges in infections.