Ukraine tension: President Zelensky hits back at Biden comments

Its president bristles at suggestions a "minor" Russian attack may bring a weaker Western response.
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Ghana blast: Many feared dead after huge explosion in Bogoso

Videos show many destroyed buildings and scattered debris near the mining town of Bogoso.
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UN defines Holocaust denial in new resolution

All countries and social media companies are urged to help fight against anti-Semitism.
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Infant among four bodies found near US-Canada border

Police say the group perished in freezing "endless fields, large snowdrifts and complete darkness".
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Capitol riot inquiry asks Ivanka Trump to voluntarily testify

Congressional investigators believe she pressed her father to try to call off the rioters.
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Rare twin elephants born in Kenya

Twins account for only 1% of elephant births, with the last known birth recorded in 2006.
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Teen becomes youngest woman to fly solo around the world

Zara Rutherford, 19, has arrived back in Belgium after her five-month journey over 52 countries.
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Former Pope Benedict failed to act over abuse, new report finds

Benedict XVI is incriminated in a report into child sex abuse in Munich in the 70s and 80s.
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'They probably have a low IQ'

World number two Daniil Medvedev and fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas both made it into the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne.
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Havana syndrome: Most cases not caused by foreign power - CIA

A mysterious illness striking US diplomats can usually be explained by natural causes, a report finds.
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'Pastor' arrested after disabled people found locked in his basement

The man and his wife claimed they were operating a "personal care home" in the dead-bolted basement.
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Tonga: First foreign aid planes arrive bearing crucial supplies

It comes after the Pacific nation was left devastated by a volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami.
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Texas synagogue: How synagogues stay safe - and still welcoming

Security training saved the lives of the hostages at Congregation Beth Israel. Is this the new norm?
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Downing Street parties: Why UK PM Boris Johnson is facing calls to quit

Boris Johnson's premiership hangs in the balance, but what's behind calls from all sides for his resignation?
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Tonga volcano: Biblical disaster shakes most Mormon nation in the world

Tonga is the world's most Mormon nation and the Church is playing a key role after the volcanic eruption.
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Covid: Did Pfizer's boss cast doubt on his own vaccine?

Inaccurate posts about the Pfizer vaccine's protection against Omicron took the drug company's boss out of context.
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Apple AirTags - 'A perfect tool for stalking'

Apple’s AirTags are great for finding lost items. But they have a darker side.
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The battle for Steaua Bucharest - an Eastern European giant at war with itself

European Cup winners in 1986, Steaua Bucharest's story of decline is unlike any other. A bitter dispute has split the club in two.
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Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati: Who is the arrested Hindu priest?

Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati is a polarising figure who has often made headlines for anti-Muslim rhetoric.
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Tonga: Journalist gives first-hand account of volcano eruption

Speaking from Tonga's capital, Marian Kupu gives a first-hand account of when the undersea volcano erupted.
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Ukraine tension: Minor incursion or invasion? Biden clarifies Russia comments

President Biden is forced to respond after criticism of his comments about the tension in Ukraine.
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Winter Olympics: Snowboard company Burton defends working in Xinjiang

Watch as Burton China's chief executive is quizzed on operating in the troubled region.
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Is historic Rome villa the world's most valuable property?

The BBC’s Rome correspondent Mark Lowen takes a look inside Villa Aurora, which failed to sell at auction.
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Purges and piranhas: Why we love a crazy North Korea story

North Korea is frequently the subject of news stories in Western media. But many stories are unfounded or blown out of proportion.
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