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Biden inauguration: Executive orders to reverse Trump policies

The new president will repeal Trump travel bans and re-join the Paris climate accord after being sworn in.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Uganda election: Bobi Wine 'fearful for life' after Museveni win

The main opposition candidate rejects the result that saw President Museveni win a sixth term.
Sunday January 17, 2021

SLS: Nasa's 'megarocket' engine test ends early

A critical engine test for Nasa's new "megarocket" - the Space Launch System (SLS) - ends early.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Covid: Australian Open players frustrated by hotel isolation

Dozens of top players are confined to hotel rooms, as people on three flights to the event test positive.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Nepali climbers make history with winter summit of K2 mountain

Till now, K2 was the only mountain higher than 8,000m not to be conquered in winter.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Afghanistan conflict: Female judges shot dead in Kabul

The two women were killed on their way to work, amid a upsurge in violence and a US troop drawdown.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Mount Semeru: Erupting volcano spews ash above Indonesia's Java island

Mount Semeru has erupted, pouring volcanic matter miles into the air and placing locals on alert.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Dr Dre: Rap legend returns home after brain aneurysm

In a tweet, fellow rapper Ice-T said he had spoken to Dr Dre, who was "safe and looking good".
Sunday January 17, 2021

Coronavirus vaccine: India begins world's biggest drive

Health and frontline workers are first in line for jabs at vaccination centres across the country.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Biden inauguration: All 50 US states on alert for armed protests

National Guard troops from across the country descend on Washington DC amid tightened security.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Armin Laschet elected leader of Merkel's CDU party

Centrist Armin Laschet is now in a good position to succeed Angela Merkel as Germany's chancellor.
Saturday January 16, 2021

G7: UK to host Cornwall seaside summit in summer

The leaders of the US, France, Germany and other leading economies will meet in Cornwall in June.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Wilmington 1898: When white supremacists overthrew a US government

In 1898 a white mob stormed Wilmington, North Carolina and forced locally elected leaders to resign.
Sunday January 17, 2021

The Instagrammers who worry Iran

From "extreme" selfies to dancing to pop - the fun posts considered a crime.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Are women let down by period trackers?

Millions of women use apps to track their menstrual cycle, but many say they do not work well enough.
Sunday January 17, 2021

How Gambia is grappling with gruesome past under Yahya Jammeh

Gambia's truth commission has revealed tales of murder and torture that jar with Gambians' self image.
Sunday January 17, 2021

US Election 2020: What do countries around the world want from Joe Biden?

We speak to reporters in six global regions about hopes and expectations for the new US administration.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Covid in California: The state is struggling to contain the virus

California's poor residents are among those hardest hit by the pandemic.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Capitol riots: Police describe a 'medieval battle'

US police held back a mob for hours in a "barbaric" battle at the Capitol. Here are their stories.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr: New documentary on FBI surveillance

New documentary highlights extent of the FBI surveillance of the US civil rights leader.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Capitol riots: What are far-right Trump supporters saying?

Members of the extreme right are searching for new online homes, amid paranoia that they are being ‘set up’ by the authorities.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Ethiopia's Oromia conflict: Why a teacher was killed 'execution-style'

An increasing number of civilians are becoming victims of the conflict in Ethiopia's Oromia region.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Brexit: End to Gibraltar land border prompts joy and trepidation

For residents on both sides of the border there are hopes of an end to queues, but not everyone is convinced.
Saturday January 16, 2021

Trump's Christian supporters and the march on the Capitol

Christian supporters of President Trump were among the thousands who descended on Washington.
Saturday January 16, 2021

China’s pressure and propaganda - the reality of reporting Xinjiang

In addition to heavy restrictions on journalists in the Xinjiang region, China alleges “fake news”.
Friday January 15, 2021

Colourising historical photos of the civil rights movement

Jordan J Lloyd has added digital colour to black-and-white photos of Dr King and the civil rights movement.
Friday January 15, 2021

Rajini Chandy: The 69-year-old Indian actress trolled for ‘too sexy’ photos

Rajini Chandy, a southern Indian actress, has raised hackles in a state where women still dress modestly.
Friday January 15, 2021

Lekki toll gate shootings: What really happened?

Mayeni Jones investigates what happened when the army opened fire on protesters in Lagos in October.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Fighting for the Parthenon marbles

In the 1980s Greece demanded Britain return the Parthenon marbles, a sculptural frieze removed by Lord Elgin almost two hundred years earlier.
Sunday January 17, 2021

The man startling millions of starlings with lasers

During starling season in winter, up to four million of the birds descend on Rome, covering streets and vehicles with their droppings.
Sunday January 17, 2021

Covid-19: France begins 6pm curfew

Prime Minister Jean Castex said the measures would be in place for at least 15 days.
Sunday January 17, 2021

ICYMI: Spacing out and a famous frozen waterfall

From a fitness-obsessed sausage dog to other news in our weekly video round up: In Case You Missed It.
Saturday January 16, 2021