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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart are ejected for causing a fracas as the Los Angeles Lakers come from 17 points down to beat the Detroit Pistons 121-116.
Boris Johnson reveals several ministers wept as news broke of the Southend West MP's fatal stabbing.
The riots taking place cross several European countries feature on many of Monday's front pages.
The figure for England would represent a 36% rise in a decade, research for county councils says.
Matt Doran admitted during an interview with Adele that he had not listened to her new album.
Unrest has spread across the continent as countries bring in measures to curb infections.
Charging points will also be required in new supermarkets and workplaces in England under government plans.
The Isle of Wight indie duo say it's surreal to see how much faith fans are putting in them.
Why is the UK government currently focusing on migrants - and what are the options for ministers?
Claire Thomas says she couldn't help people in Iraq and Afghanistan, but she could tell their stories.
Formed in 2000, the team has won championships around the world.
Andrew Budziak spends his nights photographing the animals of Toronto, Canada.
How a former World War Two pilot came second in a cycling competition for older people.
Emil Bührle's impressionist art collection raises problems for Zurich's big, extended Kunsthaus.
WhatsApp is rewriting policies to comply with regulator demands after being issued an enormous fine.
Samantha Price wants parents and teachers to keep up with the younger generation's views.
Workshops to help men understand sexual harassment and abuse against women have started in Nottingham.
Manchester United approach Zinedine Zidane about becoming their manager but, according to sources close to the former Real Madrid boss, he is not interested in going to Old Trafford.