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Joe Biden: A whirlwind dash through his first year in office - BBC News
How did the US president do in his first 12 months in the White House? We take a look back at the highs - and the lows - of Joe Biden's presidential term on the anniversary of his inauguration. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Back to normality in South Africa as Covid cases fall - BBC News
The Omicron variant of Covid-19, first discovered in South Africa, eight weeks ago, appears to be fading and life in South Africa is returning to normal. The scientific consensus in South Africa is that while Omicron is very contagious the death toll has been much smaller than in past waves of Covid. Some of South Africa’s scientists are speaking out, accusing richer nations of being quick to believe bad news about Covid but questioning good news about the virus coming from South Africa. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Pristine coral reef discovered off the coast of Tahiti - BBC News
Marine explorers have discovered a giant coral reef at depths of 30m off the coast of Tahiti, French Polynesia. The structure stretches over 3km along the sea bed and is one of the largest discovered at that depth, says the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, which led the mission. Dr Julian Barbiere, from Unesco, said there were probably many more of these ecosystems "we just don't know about". "We should be working to map them and to protect them," he said. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Biden predicts Russia will invade Ukraine - BBC News
US President Joe Biden has said he thinks his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will "move in" on Ukraine but does not want "full-blown war". He told a news conference Mr Putin would pay a "serious and dear price" for invading, but indicated a minor incursion might be treated differently. The White House later stressed any Russian military move would be met with a swift, severe response from the West. The Kremlin warned the comments could further destabilise the situation. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Apple AirTags a 'perfect stalking tool' - BBC News
The BBC has spoken to six women in the US who say they have been tracked using Apple AirTags. The button-sized devices are designed to work with Apple's 'Find My' network to locate lost items. But there have been multiple reports in the US of the devices being used to track people. Apple told the BBC: "We take customer safety very seriously and are committed to AirTag's privacy and security." The company also says AirTags have better security features than rival products. However, there is growing evidence that they are being used for criminal activity across the US. Please subscribe HERE #Apple #AirTags #BBCNews
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Conservative MP moves to opposition party and another tells UK PM to 'go' - BBC News
Former cabinet minister David Davis has joined calls for Boris Johnson to stand down while backbencher Christian Wakeford has defected to the opposition, in a difficult day for the prime minister. Mr Davis said the PM had failed to take responsibility for his actions, following revelations about lockdown parties in No 10 during Covid lockdown. Mr Wakeford was among the MPs believed to have written a letter of no confidence in Mr Johnson. The PM batted away repeated calls to quit during the stormy Commons session. Please subscribe HERE #BorisJohnson #PMQs #BBCNews
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Olympics tempt businesses to ignore China Uyghur abuses in Xinjiang - BBC News
China has been accused of slavery and genocide in the Xinjiang region but that’s a far cry from the way it’s being painted ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics. The country is predicted to be the biggest snow sports market in the world by 2025 and with Xinjiang home to some of the best snow in China, it’s trying to attract new business. But consumers and western governments have put pressure on brands to cut ties with the region over China’s suppression of its Uyghur and mostly-Muslim populations. Please subscribe HERE #Uyghurs #WinterOlympics #BBCNews
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Microsoft to buy Call of Duty maker Activision Blizzard in $70bn deal - BBC News
Will Activision Blizzard games, which currently can be played on both Microsoft Xbox and Sony Playstation consoles, become exclusive to Xbox? Microsoft says it plans to buy major games company Activision Blizzard in what would be the biggest deal in gaming history. The move means Microsoft - which created and owns gaming brand Xbox - will take ownership of gaming franchises like Call of Duty, Warcraft and Overwatch. Please subscribe HERE #Gaming #Microsoft #CallofDuty #ActivisionBlizzard #BBCNews
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Dr Anthony Fauci's key moments from the pandemic moments - BBC News
After nearly two years as the face of America's fight against Covid-19, Dr Anthony Fauci was caught calling a senator "a moron" in a hot mic moment during a congressional hearing. Having served under two administrations during the pandemic, here are the moments that reveal how his attitude shifted. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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UK PM Boris Johnson was warned against lockdown party, says former adviser - BBC News
The UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson was warned about No 10 holding a drinks party in the garden during lockdown, the prime minister's former top aide Dominic Cummings says. Mr Cummings - who has been strongly critical of Mr Johnson since he left No 10 - says the PM "waved aside" concerns about the gathering. Mr Johnson has admitted he attended the event on 20 May 2020, but says he believed it was work-related, and Downing Street said it was "untrue" to say Mr Johnson was "warned about the event". Please subscribe HERE #BorisJohnson #Covid #BBCNews
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Runway ash hampers Tonga tsunami relief efforts as scale of damage emerges - BBC News
Ash cloaking a runway has hampered relief efforts to Tonga, as the scale of the damage from a volcanic eruption and a tsunami becomes clear. New Zealand is trying to send clean drinking water and other supplies but planes cannot land at the main airport. Two people have been reported dead, but with communications limited there are fears the true toll could be higher. Please subscribe HERE #Tonga #Tsunami #BBCNews
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Mexico missing: 'If I find a body, I recover a piece of my son' - BBC News
There are now almost 100,000 people missing in Mexico, according to figures released by the National Search Commission. The majority have disappeared amid the drug war violence of the past decade and a half, with most being killed by drug cartels and dumped in unmarked graves. Family members across the country have taken on the task of searching for their missing loved ones themselves. BBC Correspondent Will Grant joined one group searching the inhospitable desert of the northern state of Sonora. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Anne Frank betrayal suspect identified after 77 years - BBC News
A suspect who may have betrayed Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis has been identified in a new investigation. The Jewish diarist died in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945, aged 15, after two years in hiding. A team of historians and other experts said Arnold van den Bergh, a Jewish figure in Amsterdam, probably "gave up" the Franks to save his own family. Anne Frank’s diary, published after her death, is the most famous first-hand account of Jewish life during the war. Please subscribe HERE #Netherlands #Holocaust #BBCNews
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Bachelor uses billboards to find a wife - BBC News
A bachelor says he's been overwhelmed by the response to his billboards, which advertise that he is seeking a wife. Muhammad Mali took out the huge ads in London and Birmingham in the UK after years of searching for his soulmate. The 29 year old received more than a 1,000 replies from women and is whittling down the list in a spreadsheet. Please subscribe HERE #Marriage #BBCNews
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Rabbi describes escape from Texas synagogue siege - BBC News
The rabbi of a US synagogue who was taken hostage on Saturday has described how he threw a chair at the gunman in order to escape. He and two other hostages were then able to get out "without a shot being fired", following a 10-hour siege in Texas. The hostage-taker, named as British citizen Malik Faisal Akram, was shot dead after a stand-off with police. US President Joe Biden has described the hostage-taking incident as "an act of terror". Please subscribe HERE #TexasSynagogue #BBCNews
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Wealth of world's 10 richest men doubled in pandemic, Oxfam says - BBC News
The Covid pandemic has made the world's wealthiest far richer but has led to more people living in poverty, according to the charity Oxfam. Their report said lower incomes for the world's poorest contributed to the death of 21,000 people each day. But the world's 10 richest men have more than doubled their collective fortunes since March 2020. Oxfam's report is based on data from the Forbes Billionaires List and the annual Credit Suisse Global Wealth report, which gives the distribution of global wealth going back to 2000. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Tsunami threat over after huge Pacific volcano eruption - BBC News
The threat of further tsunamis around the Pacific after Saturday's huge underwater volcano eruption near Tonga has passed, a monitoring group says. On Sunday, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) said the threat had receded but coastal areas should remain alert for strong or unusual currents. The US and Japan earlier warned people to move away from coastal areas. But while further tsunamis may be unlikely, there are mounting fears over how badly Tonga has been hit. At a news conference on Sunday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said boats and large boulders had washed ashore in the island nation's capital Nuku'alofa. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Novak Djokovic to be deported after losing Australia visa battle - BBC News
Novak Djokovic will be deported from Australia and is no longer able to defend his title in the Open. The unvaccinated tennis star had his visa cancelled twice and now faces a three-year visa ban. But how did we get to this point? Watch how the Djokovic drama unfolded in 90 seconds. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews #Djokovic #Australia
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Thousands of stolen parcels litter LA railway - BBC News
Thousands of parcels have been scattered across the railway tracks in east Los Angeles. According to locals, thieves have been targeting trains, both moving and stationary, to try and steal packages. This section of railway is being cleared by Union Pacific who operate the line - they've had to do so multiple times over the last three months. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews #LosAngeles
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Highest earning YouTubers of 2021 revealed - BBC News
Jimmy Donaldson, the 23-year-old American better known as MrBeast, was YouTube's highest-earning content creator in 2021, according to Forbes. His elaborate stunts have generated more than 10 billion views on the platform and earned him $54m (£39m). He has overtaken 10-year-old toy reviewer Ryan Kaji, who has topped the annual list for the past two years. Together, the 10 best-paid YouTubers made a combined $300m (£218m) in 2021, the US magazine estimated. Jake Paul is in second place, his first appearance in the top 10 since 2018, and his brother Logan also returns after being absent since 2017. Minecraft player Nathan Graham, known as Unspeakable, makes the list for the first time in fifth place. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews #YouTube #RichList
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Thousands attend Hindu festival amid Covid surge - BBC News
Tens of thousands of Hindu pilgrims have gathered in the northern Indian city of Prayagraj (formerly Allahabad) for a festival amid a massive surge in Covid-19 infections. Devotees believe that bathing in the river Ganges during the Makar Sankranti festival would cleanse their sins. A similar gathering had contributed to India's deadly second wave last year. But the authorities in Uttar Pradesh state, where Prayagraj is located, have refused to ban this year's event. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews #India #Covid
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Djokovic detained ahead of Australian visa appeal - BBC News
Novak Djokovic has been detained in Australia ahead of a court hearing that will determine whether the unvaccinated tennis star can stay in the country. The Serbian faces deportation after his visa was cancelled for a second time, with the government labelling the 34-year-old a threat to public health. His lawyers are appealing against what they called an "irrational" decision, with the hearing set for Sunday. Djokovic is still scheduled to play the Australian Open on Monday in Melbourne. If he were to win the tournament, he would become the most successful men's tennis player in the history of the sport with 21 major titles. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews #Djokovic #Australia
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What Jewish life in Europe was like before World War Two - BBC News - BBC News
A digitised archive of pre-WW2 documents, books and cultural artefacts showing how members of the Jewish community expressed themselves through art, literature and music, has gone online. Many items were destroyed by the Nazis, but 4.1 million of them survived. The project is being launched at a time of rising anti-Semitic attacks and vandalism. It is the culmination of a project sponsored by the New York-based Institute for Jewish Research in conjunction with libraries in Lithuania. Please subscribe HERE #BBCNews
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Secret audio sheds light on former Tunisian dictator’s final hours - BBC News
Extraordinary recordings of what is believed to be Tunisian president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali’s phone calls as he flew out of the country, have been obtained by the BBC. These final moments show how the dictator’s authority crumbled, sealing the fate of his 23-year dictatorship and sparking the region's wave of pro-democracy Arab Spring uprisings. The recordings have been forensically analysed by audio experts who found no evidence of manipulation. The BBC has played the audio to people who know the individuals concerned, and they believe the voices to be genuine. However some of the people concerned strongly dispute their veracity. If genuine, they give an incredible insight into the change in Ben Ali's mood in the last 48 hours of his regime. Please subscribe HERE #Tunisia #Africa #BBCNews
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Novak Djokovic’s visa cancelled by Australia for second time - BBC News
Novak Djokovic is set to be detained on Saturday after Australia cancelled his visa for a second time in a row over his right to remain in the country unvaccinated. Australia’s immigration minister said the decision was made on "health and good order" grounds. It means the men's tennis number one, who is still scheduled to play in the Australian Open, faces deportation and a three-year visa ban. Djokovic's lawyers called the decision "patently irrational" and will appeal. Please subscribe HERE #Australia #BBCNews
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