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Biden transition gets green light from GSA

[NFA] President-elect Biden was formally given the go-ahead by a key federal agency to begin his transition to the White House, shortly after Michigan certified him as the state's winner. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

[NFA] President-elect Biden was formally given the go-ahead by a key federal agency to begin his transition to the White House, shortly after Michigan certified him as the state's winner. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Mates catch 3 metre tiger shark off Queensland beach

A Group of mates have caught and released a 3 metre Tiger Shark while fishing on a Queensland beach

A Group of mates have caught and released a 3 metre Tiger Shark while fishing on a Queensland beach

Herd immunity what is it?

A term traditionally used in vaccination, herd immunity through has been used by some leaders across the world as a way but which to return to normality. We discuss what this means and how it is reached. Dr. Ali Mokdad, a senior faculty member of ...

A term traditionally used in vaccination, herd immunity through has been used by some leaders across the world as a way but which to return to normality. We discuss what this means and how it is reached. Dr. Ali Mokdad, a senior faculty member of ...

Facebook in hot water with Biden campaign

Facebook is off to a rocky start with the new Biden administration. Campaign officials are criticizing the tech giant on the way they handled the 2020 presidential election.

Facebook is off to a rocky start with the new Biden administration. Campaign officials are criticizing the tech giant on the way they handled the 2020 presidential election.

Trump supporter breathing on senior citizens charged

A man wearing a Trump shirt who deliberately exhaled on two women outside of President Donald Trump's golf course has been charged with simple assault.

A man wearing a Trump shirt who deliberately exhaled on two women outside of President Donald Trump's golf course has been charged with simple assault.

Trump appears to finally give green light for formal transition of power after losing US election

President-elect Joe Biden will now begin receiving security briefings.

President-elect Joe Biden will now begin receiving security briefings.

Joe Biden names failed 2004 presidential candidate John Kerry as US climate envoy

A former senator like Biden, Kerry also served as US Secretary of State under Barack Obama.

A former senator like Biden, Kerry also served as US Secretary of State under Barack Obama.

Scientists pushing for platypus to be listed as ‘threatened’ in Australia

Their habitats have shrunk more than 20 per cent in the last three decades.

Their habitats have shrunk more than 20 per cent in the last three decades.

Santa's grotto in Belfast hopeful to open for Christmas

Robin Mercer of Hillmount Garden Centre speaking about his hope that their Santa's grotto will be able to open.

Robin Mercer of Hillmount Garden Centre speaking about his hope that their Santa's grotto will be able to open.

Millions travel for Thanksgiving despite warnings

[NFA] The U.S. Transportation Security Administration screened over 3 million passengers this weekend ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, its busiest weekend since mid-March, as people ignored a call from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

[NFA] The U.S. Transportation Security Administration screened over 3 million passengers this weekend ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, its busiest weekend since mid-March, as people ignored a call from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Bank of England governor: No-deal Brexit likely to have longer-term effects than Covid-19

Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey speaks to the House of Commons Treasury Committee about the financial and monetary forecasts for the UK economy in the wake of Covid-19 and the looming Brexit transition deadline.

Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey speaks to the House of Commons Treasury Committee about the financial and monetary forecasts for the UK economy in the wake of Covid-19 and the looming Brexit transition deadline.

South Korea: Warnings of third wave as Covid-19 cases rise

South Korea is introducing new restrictions to try and stem a third wave of coronavirus infections as winter starts.

South Korea is introducing new restrictions to try and stem a third wave of coronavirus infections as winter starts.

British Prime Minister announces Covid-19 winter plan

England will face tiered coronavirus restrictions until the end of March, despite the latest successful vaccine trials and rapid tests presenting a "route out of the pandemic".

England will face tiered coronavirus restrictions until the end of March, despite the latest successful vaccine trials and rapid tests presenting a "route out of the pandemic".

Israel's Netanyahu tight-lipped on Saudi meeting

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declined to comment on the details of a reported historic visit to Saudi Arabia and a meeting with its crown prince over the weekend.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declined to comment on the details of a reported historic visit to Saudi Arabia and a meeting with its crown prince over the weekend.

Turkey stops EU search for arms on Libya-bound ship

Turkey prevented German forces belonging to a European Union military mission carrying out a full search of a Turkish cargo ship suspected of carrying weapons to Libya.

Turkey prevented German forces belonging to a European Union military mission carrying out a full search of a Turkish cargo ship suspected of carrying weapons to Libya.

Boris Johnson's feed cuts out during coronavirus debate

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's feed goes mute when answering a question from Mark Harper on coronavirus in the House of Commons. Matt Hancock finishes the question after a short delay.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's feed goes mute when answering a question from Mark Harper on coronavirus in the House of Commons. Matt Hancock finishes the question after a short delay.

Artist spends pandemic isolation recreating famous artwork with her dog

When an artist found herself isolated at home during the pandemic, she spent the time dressing up her dog to recreate famous pieces, gaining thousands of fans in the process. Eliza Reinhardt, 25 from Texas, and three-year-old Finn took part in th...

When an artist found herself isolated at home during the pandemic, she spent the time dressing up her dog to recreate famous pieces, gaining thousands of fans in the process. Eliza Reinhardt, 25 from Texas, and three-year-old Finn took part in th...

Oxford vaccine chief: Jab up to 90% effective against Covid-19

Professor Andrew Pollard, chief investigator of the Oxford Vaccine Trial at the University of Oxford, praised the data from the trial, suggesting that it could have an impact on asymptomatic carriers of the virus.

Professor Andrew Pollard, chief investigator of the Oxford Vaccine Trial at the University of Oxford, praised the data from the trial, suggesting that it could have an impact on asymptomatic carriers of the virus.

UK: Matt Hancock gives details of coronavirus vaccine rollout

Health Secretary Matt Hancock discusses the roll-out of the new coronavirus vaccine, with the Oxford vaccine proving 70% effective.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock discusses the roll-out of the new coronavirus vaccine, with the Oxford vaccine proving 70% effective.

British vaccine is at least 70.4% effective against Covid-19, data shows

A coronavirus vaccine developed in the UK can prevent at least 70.4% of people from getting Covid-19, according to new data.

A coronavirus vaccine developed in the UK can prevent at least 70.4% of people from getting Covid-19, according to new data.

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday was introduced to the UK by the online retail giant Amazon in 2010. But what does it mean for shoppers? Here is a look at the key facts behind the annual shopping extravaganza.

Black Friday was introduced to the UK by the online retail giant Amazon in 2010. But what does it mean for shoppers? Here is a look at the key facts behind the annual shopping extravaganza.

Australia state border reopens after four months

The two most populous states in Australia reunited in emotional scenes on Monday (November 23) as the border - shut for only the second time in 101 years due to the coronavirus pandemic - reopened and the first flights since July took off for Sydney

The two most populous states in Australia reunited in emotional scenes on Monday (November 23) as the border - shut for only the second time in 101 years due to the coronavirus pandemic - reopened and the first flights since July took off for Sydney

Pure jubilation for many families in Australia as border opens between Victoria and NSW

Families were kept apart for nearly five months due to regional border closures.

Families were kept apart for nearly five months due to regional border closures.

Sting of positive Covid-19 tests among cargo workers at Shanghai airport prompts testing of thousands

Authorities asked more than 17,000 staff to come in for testing.

Authorities asked more than 17,000 staff to come in for testing.

Colombian islands in 'crisis' after Iota

Residents from two small Colombian islands in the Caribbean made a plea for help from the federal government after a Category 5 hurricane left destruction in its path.

Residents from two small Colombian islands in the Caribbean made a plea for help from the federal government after a Category 5 hurricane left destruction in its path.

Brown snake caught outside elderly woman's Sunshine Coast home

A deadly eastern brown snake has been caught after it tried to enter an elderly woman's garage on the Sunshine Coast.

A deadly eastern brown snake has been caught after it tried to enter an elderly woman's garage on the Sunshine Coast.

Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in Florida in mid-November

Hurricane Eta, the 28th named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, left a trail of destruction that spanned several countries

Hurricane Eta, the 28th named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, left a trail of destruction that spanned several countries

Hong Kong activists detained for illegal assembly

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong was remanded in custody on Monday (November 23) after pleading guilty to charges of organizing and inciting an unauthorized assembly near the police headquarters during last year's anti-government protests

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong was remanded in custody on Monday (November 23) after pleading guilty to charges of organizing and inciting an unauthorized assembly near the police headquarters during last year's anti-government protests

Shark attack victim remembered

The victim of a deadly shark attack in Broome is tonight being remembered as a loving father and grandfather.

The victim of a deadly shark attack in Broome is tonight being remembered as a loving father and grandfather.

Jury selected for Jarryd Hayne sexual assault trial

The jury has been selected in Jarryd Hayne's sexual assault case in which he is accused of intercourse without consent aggravated by an injury that was allegedly inflicted.

The jury has been selected in Jarryd Hayne's sexual assault case in which he is accused of intercourse without consent aggravated by an injury that was allegedly inflicted.

Florida senator Rick Scott tests positive for Covid-19

On Friday, Florida Senator Rick Scott revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

On Friday, Florida Senator Rick Scott revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

Perth police hunting three responsible for building explosion

Police in Perth are hunting for three boys responsible for blowing up a building in a northern suburbs park.

Police in Perth are hunting for three boys responsible for blowing up a building in a northern suburbs park.

Trump admin cuts off emergency lending programs, overruling Fed Chair

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has asked the Federal Reserve to return $455 billion in unused pandemic program funds.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has asked the Federal Reserve to return $455 billion in unused pandemic program funds.

Burkina Faso holds elections amid fear of attacks

President Kabore has promised to secure the country and is vying for another five years against 12 other candidates.

President Kabore has promised to secure the country and is vying for another five years against 12 other candidates.

What will happen in England after lockdown?

The Government's winter strategy will enter into force after the current national lockdown finishes on December 2 and will include a strengthened three-tier system of local restrictions.

The Government's winter strategy will enter into force after the current national lockdown finishes on December 2 and will include a strengthened three-tier system of local restrictions.

US could begin COVID-19 vaccinations by December 11: Official

Moncef Slaoui, head of a federal vaccine development programme, says the first vaccines could be shipped by mid-December.

Moncef Slaoui, head of a federal vaccine development programme, says the first vaccines could be shipped by mid-December.

Three Christmas trees installed at London King's Cross

King's Cross and Coal Drops Yard launch Christmas installations including a sculptural festive forest, a giant terrarium tree and an interactive People's Tree. Set throughout the King's Cross neighbourhood are three Christmas trees, each deliveri...

King's Cross and Coal Drops Yard launch Christmas installations including a sculptural festive forest, a giant terrarium tree and an interactive People's Tree. Set throughout the King's Cross neighbourhood are three Christmas trees, each deliveri...

Beloved Melbourne cafe owner did not die alone in Bourke Street attack

The owner of an iconic Melbourne cafe tragically killed in the Bourke Street attack two years ago was comforted and cared for by kind bystanders an inquest has heard.

The owner of an iconic Melbourne cafe tragically killed in the Bourke Street attack two years ago was comforted and cared for by kind bystanders an inquest has heard.

Sydney school sent into lockdown after student stabbed

A school in Sydney’s west was sent into lockdown after a 14-year-old student was stabbed in the playground.

A school in Sydney’s west was sent into lockdown after a 14-year-old student was stabbed in the playground.

Duchess of Cambridge to announce results of study on early childhood

The Duchess of Cambridge is preparing to announce the results of her landmark study on early childhood, which has had the largest-ever response to a public survey of its kind. Kate, in a video released on Kensington Palace's social media accounts...

The Duchess of Cambridge is preparing to announce the results of her landmark study on early childhood, which has had the largest-ever response to a public survey of its kind. Kate, in a video released on Kensington Palace's social media accounts...

Inquest into horrific NSW extortion case

An inquest has heard the victim of one of the most horrific and cruel extortion cases in NSW continued living for weeks with burns to most of her body, but wouldn't reveal her attacker.

An inquest has heard the victim of one of the most horrific and cruel extortion cases in NSW continued living for weeks with burns to most of her body, but wouldn't reveal her attacker.

Ethiopia gives Tigray 72 hours to surrender

Tigrayan forces have destroyed the airport serving a town claimed by Ethiopia as one of the world's oldest centers of Christianity.

Tigrayan forces have destroyed the airport serving a town claimed by Ethiopia as one of the world's oldest centers of Christianity.

Eight dead in Colombia coffee plantation killing

At least 8 people were shot in a massacre on a coffee plantation in Colombia late Saturday in an incident authorities say is linked to drug trafficking.

At least 8 people were shot in a massacre on a coffee plantation in Colombia late Saturday in an incident authorities say is linked to drug trafficking.

Two killed after American church stabbing

Two have been killed during a stabbing rampage at a church in San Jose, California.

Two have been killed during a stabbing rampage at a church in San Jose, California.

Mexico's street musicians struggle as virus hits music festival

Saint Cecilia Day fetes musicians but Mexico's mariachi performers have little work, thanks to coronavirus pandemic.

Saint Cecilia Day fetes musicians but Mexico's mariachi performers have little work, thanks to coronavirus pandemic.

Indonesia hits half a million Covid-19 cases

Indonesia has now recorded over half a million coronavirus cases and more than 16,000 deaths from the virus.

Indonesia has now recorded over half a million coronavirus cases and more than 16,000 deaths from the virus.

Trial volunteer amazed by speed of Oxford vaccine success

Interview with Jack Sommers, a volunteer on the AstraZeneca and Oxford University Covid-19 trial, said it was hard to believe how quickly scientists had developed the vaccine. Mr Sommers experienced mild side effects - a slightly raised temperatu...

Interview with Jack Sommers, a volunteer on the AstraZeneca and Oxford University Covid-19 trial, said it was hard to believe how quickly scientists had developed the vaccine. Mr Sommers experienced mild side effects - a slightly raised temperatu...

Deer roam in autumnal weather in Bristol

A deer herd roam on the Ashton Court Estate, Bristol, in crisp and cold autumnal weather.

A deer herd roam on the Ashton Court Estate, Bristol, in crisp and cold autumnal weather.

William congratulates Oxford University over vaccine breakthrough

The Duke of Cambridge has congratulated Oxford researchers via a video call after their vaccine was found to be up to 90% effective in preventing Covid-19.

The Duke of Cambridge has congratulated Oxford researchers via a video call after their vaccine was found to be up to 90% effective in preventing Covid-19.

Victoria unveils paid sick leave for casual workers

The Victorian government has unveiled plans to trial paid sick leave for the state’s casual workers.

The Victorian government has unveiled plans to trial paid sick leave for the state’s casual workers.

Covid-19 antibodies 'last at least six months'

Covid-19 antibodies are found to last at least six months, a new study has discovered.

Covid-19 antibodies are found to last at least six months, a new study has discovered.

Four charged over Victoria’s largest liquid meth importation

Four people have been charged over Victoria’s largest importation of liquid methamphetamine.

Four people have been charged over Victoria’s largest importation of liquid methamphetamine.

Platypus' drying habitat makes them 'vulnerable'

Australian scientists pushed on Monday to list the platypus as a vulnerable species after a report showed the habitat of the semi-aquatic native mammal had shrunk more than a fifth in the last 30 years.

Australian scientists pushed on Monday to list the platypus as a vulnerable species after a report showed the habitat of the semi-aquatic native mammal had shrunk more than a fifth in the last 30 years.

Sudan struggles to shelter influx of Ethiopian refugees

The dire humanitarian situation escalates along Ethiopia's border with Sudan - close to 40,000 people have fled the fighting and are in desperate need of help.

The dire humanitarian situation escalates along Ethiopia's border with Sudan - close to 40,000 people have fled the fighting and are in desperate need of help.

Victoria lashed with severe storm

300,000 lightning strikes have lashed Victoria in a record-breaking spring storm, causing a 'mini tornado' in western Melbourne.

300,000 lightning strikes have lashed Victoria in a record-breaking spring storm, causing a 'mini tornado' in western Melbourne.

STI rates soar in over 40s

Health experts are calling for more awareness around sexually transmitted infections in the over 40s as the rates are soaring.

Health experts are calling for more awareness around sexually transmitted infections in the over 40s as the rates are soaring.

France: Ex-President Sarkozy goes on trial for corruption

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is standing trial in Paris on corruption charges.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is standing trial in Paris on corruption charges.

California Governor issues overnight stay-at-home order

Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a new stay-at-home order in California meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a new stay-at-home order in California meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Man jailed over Victoria’s third-largest gold heist

The antiques trader behind Victoria’s third-largest gold heist has been jailed for at least two and a half years.

The antiques trader behind Victoria’s third-largest gold heist has been jailed for at least two and a half years.

Brexit briefing: 38 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.

Officer accused of neglecting duties leading to assault of minor

A court has heard that a police officer charged with failing to properly investigate child sex attacker Anthony Sampieri, didn’t check the predator’s criminal record when a complaint was made.

A court has heard that a police officer charged with failing to properly investigate child sex attacker Anthony Sampieri, didn’t check the predator’s criminal record when a complaint was made.

"I think it's marvellous''- Brits react to vaccine news

Londoners welcomed the news on Monday that Britain's AstraZeneca vaccine for the coronavirus could be around 90% effective without any serious side effects, giving the world another important tool to halt the COVID-19 pandemic.

Londoners welcomed the news on Monday that Britain's AstraZeneca vaccine for the coronavirus could be around 90% effective without any serious side effects, giving the world another important tool to halt the COVID-19 pandemic.

Safety concerns over new Sydney trains

Gag orders, contracts and instruction manuals relating to a new set of trains will have to be handed over by the NSW state government, amid major safety fears.

Gag orders, contracts and instruction manuals relating to a new set of trains will have to be handed over by the NSW state government, amid major safety fears.

Prime Minister announces an end to lockdown 2.0 from next week

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says England will move from a national lockdown back to a tiered system to help reduce the coronavirus infection rate in high-prevalence areas.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says England will move from a national lockdown back to a tiered system to help reduce the coronavirus infection rate in high-prevalence areas.

Police hunting for Sydney thieves

Police are after two thieves who are believed to have targeted four service stations in four hours across Sydney’s west.

Police are after two thieves who are believed to have targeted four service stations in four hours across Sydney’s west.

Israeli scientists: New cancer treatment like using 'tiny scissors' to hit cells

A precise new cancer treatment involving genomes and DNA cutting is leaving the medical world optimistic.

A precise new cancer treatment involving genomes and DNA cutting is leaving the medical world optimistic.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge discuss experiences of parenthood

The Duke of Cambridge has voiced concerns about fathers who "just don't know what to do" during a chat with men whose parenting skills have been supported by a charity. William said he worried some fathers "don't know where to go" for help, as he...

The Duke of Cambridge has voiced concerns about fathers who "just don't know what to do" during a chat with men whose parenting skills have been supported by a charity. William said he worried some fathers "don't know where to go" for help, as he...

IS teenager is a security risk, UK top court hears

A British-born woman who went to Syria as a schoolgirl to join Islamic State should not be allowed to return to Britain to challenge the government taking away her citizenship because she poses a security risk, the UK's top court heard on Monday.

A British-born woman who went to Syria as a schoolgirl to join Islamic State should not be allowed to return to Britain to challenge the government taking away her citizenship because she poses a security risk, the UK's top court heard on Monday.

U.S. Navy admiral visits Taiwan: sources

A two-star Navy admiral overseeing U.S. military intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region has made an unannounced visit to Taiwan, two sources told Reuters on Sunday, in a high-level trip that could vex China.

A two-star Navy admiral overseeing U.S. military intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region has made an unannounced visit to Taiwan, two sources told Reuters on Sunday, in a high-level trip that could vex China.

New bike appears next to Banksy piece

A replacement bicycle forming part of a Banksy mural has appeared just days after the original mysteriously vanished.

A replacement bicycle forming part of a Banksy mural has appeared just days after the original mysteriously vanished.

Researchers trial new treatment for OCD sufferers

Queensland researchers are trialling non-invasive brain stimulation technology to bring hope to the two per cent of Australians that live with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Queensland researchers are trialling non-invasive brain stimulation technology to bring hope to the two per cent of Australians that live with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Virologist welcomes news of 70% efficacy for Oxford vaccine

Interview with Lancaster University virologist Muhammad Munir, following the news that the Oxford vaccine is up to 90% effective against coronavirus.

Interview with Lancaster University virologist Muhammad Munir, following the news that the Oxford vaccine is up to 90% effective against coronavirus.

What does the Oxford vaccine announcement mean for the population?

The AstraZeneca/Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine has reported interim results from a phase 3 trial showing the jab can prevent the majority of people from developing the disease. What do these findings mean for people in the UK being vaccinated?

The AstraZeneca/Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine has reported interim results from a phase 3 trial showing the jab can prevent the majority of people from developing the disease. What do these findings mean for people in the UK being vaccinated?

Tool thief sentenced for crashing ute with tradie in back tray

A thief who stole a tradie’s power tools before crashing a ute with his victim in its tray has told 9News he’s sorry for his actions.

A thief who stole a tradie’s power tools before crashing a ute with his victim in its tray has told 9News he’s sorry for his actions.

Guatemala: Hundreds of protesters storm Congress building

Protesters and police have clashed in Guatemala's capital after hundreds stormed the Congress building and set it on fire.

Protesters and police have clashed in Guatemala's capital after hundreds stormed the Congress building and set it on fire.

Donegal swimmer aims to become the first person to swim around the coast of Ireland

A Donegal swimmer, who is aiming to become the first person to swim around the coast of Ireland, says he has been inundated with messages of goodwill from the public who are following his progress online. Henry O'Donnell, 56, has been getting req...

A Donegal swimmer, who is aiming to become the first person to swim around the coast of Ireland, says he has been inundated with messages of goodwill from the public who are following his progress online. Henry O'Donnell, 56, has been getting req...

Trump goes golfing as concession pressure grows

U.S. President Donald Trump went golfing again on Sunday after a Republican Pennsylvania judge rejected a bid by his campaign to not certify the election results there – a decision the Trump campaign has appealed.

U.S. President Donald Trump went golfing again on Sunday after a Republican Pennsylvania judge rejected a bid by his campaign to not certify the election results there – a decision the Trump campaign has appealed.

Goodbye city, hello countryside!

The coronavirus has deprived city dwellers of everything from theatres to cafes and restaurants. In the absence of such offerings, some are deciding to begin new lives in the countryside instead.

The coronavirus has deprived city dwellers of everything from theatres to cafes and restaurants. In the absence of such offerings, some are deciding to begin new lives in the countryside instead.

Research ship captures stunning footage of meteor breakup

Research vessel captures stunning footage of a meteor

Research vessel captures stunning footage of a meteor

Scientists splice human genes into monkey brains to make them bigger, smarter

Scientists made monkey brains double in size by splicing them with human genes in a 'Planet of the Apes'-style experiment.

Scientists made monkey brains double in size by splicing them with human genes in a 'Planet of the Apes'-style experiment.

Saudi Arabia reaps the wrong kind of PR as G20 host

Activists are drawing attention to Saudi Arabia’s human rights record as it prepares to host the G20 summit.

Activists are drawing attention to Saudi Arabia’s human rights record as it prepares to host the G20 summit.

China's fish ecosystem on verge of collapse

Scientists predict that the whole ecosystem of the South China Sea will collapse under the weight of overfishing, poaching, and the coral-reef destruction caused by China's construction of new military bases on top of coral reefs.

Scientists predict that the whole ecosystem of the South China Sea will collapse under the weight of overfishing, poaching, and the coral-reef destruction caused by China's construction of new military bases on top of coral reefs.

US President Donald Trump’s bid to overturn election result takes another tumble

A Pennsylvania judge has said the campaign’s attempt to throw out millions of mail in votes was “without merit”.

A Pennsylvania judge has said the campaign’s attempt to throw out millions of mail in votes was “without merit”.

UK: Mental illnesses on the rise during Covid outbreak

Health charities warn about deteriorating mental health and call for urgent action.

Health charities warn about deteriorating mental health and call for urgent action.

Azerbaijani military defuses more than 150 mines in Agdam

Azerbaijan's military says it has defused more than 150 mines in territory it regained after weeks of fighting with Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Azerbaijan's military says it has defused more than 150 mines in territory it regained after weeks of fighting with Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Gaza's health system 'about to be overwhelmed'

A sharp rise in coronavirus infections in the Gaza Strip could overwhelm the Palestinian enclave's meagre medical system by next week, public health advisers said on Sunday.

A sharp rise in coronavirus infections in the Gaza Strip could overwhelm the Palestinian enclave's meagre medical system by next week, public health advisers said on Sunday.

G20 leaders will 'spare no effort' to create fair distribution of Covid-19 vaccine

Credit: G20 In the final press conference of the virtual G20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Al-Jadaan the Minister for Finance said the leaders agreed to ensure the fair distribution of coronavirus vaccines worldwide, and support poorer c...

Credit: G20 In the final press conference of the virtual G20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Al-Jadaan the Minister for Finance said the leaders agreed to ensure the fair distribution of coronavirus vaccines worldwide, and support poorer c...

Police cordon following violent disorder in Cardiff

Police in presence Cardiff city centre after six people were taken to hospital following violent disorder on Saturday night. One victim is in a serious condition with head injuries and three people are believed to have been stabbed, South Wales ...

Police in presence Cardiff city centre after six people were taken to hospital following violent disorder on Saturday night. One victim is in a serious condition with head injuries and three people are believed to have been stabbed, South Wales ...

Pandemic pushes Greece towards digital overhaul

Greece bets on a digital revolution to help a struggling economy through a pandemic recession.

Greece bets on a digital revolution to help a struggling economy through a pandemic recession.

Chile protesters call on the gov't to release political prisoners

Demonstrations once again turn violent as Chileans demand the president’s resignation and the release of political prisoners.

Demonstrations once again turn violent as Chileans demand the president’s resignation and the release of political prisoners.

Canary Islands migrants: Spain struggles as African arrivals rise

Local government is overwhelmed as 9,000 migrants from Africa arrive in the past month alone.

Local government is overwhelmed as 9,000 migrants from Africa arrive in the past month alone.

Sweden sharply limits gatherings as second COVID-19 wave swells

The country that gained attention for an unorthodox response to the pandemic downsizes public gatherings to eight people from the previous upper limit of 300.

The country that gained attention for an unorthodox response to the pandemic downsizes public gatherings to eight people from the previous upper limit of 300.

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