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Charlie Hebdo: Terror investigation after attacks near magazine's former offices in Paris
French terrorism authorities are investigating an attack that wounded two journalists near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Coronavirus: Vitamin D reduces infection and impact of COVID-19, studies find
Patients with sufficient levels of vitamin D are less likely to experience complications and die from COVID-19, according to a new study in the US, while another has found it also reduces infection rates.
Coronavirus: World leaders must overcome differences to fight COVID-19, PM to warn
Boris Johnson will warn the coronavirus pandemic has divided the international community, as he pledges hundreds of millions of pounds to the World Health Organisation to fight future viruses.
Plane carrying aviation students crashes in Ukraine killing 22
A military transport plane carrying students from an aviation school has crashed in northeastern Ukraine, killing at least 22 people on board, officials have said.
Trump booed and heckled by mourners while paying respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Donald Trump has been booed and heckled while paying his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose death has triggered a political row.
Coronavirus: Rio Carnival postponed for first time in 100 years
Rio de Janeiro's Carnival has been postponed for the first time in a century as Brazil continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
North Korea: Kim Jong Un 'very sorry' after his troops shoot dead South Korean official
Kim Jong Un has apologised after his troops shot dead a South Korean official near the border and reportedly set his body alight.
Breonna Taylor: Armed civilians are demonstrating their power in wake of decision over her killing
Louisville is a tinder box of rage and frustration.
Coronavirus: Flu vaccine shortage hitting northern hemisphere countries, says WHO
Countries in the northern hemisphere are having difficulties sourcing flu vaccines, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Rat given gold medal for 'lifesaving bravery and devotion to duty'
A landmine detection rat has been awarded a gold medal for showing "lifesaving bravery and devotion to duty".