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There has been criticism that authorities were too slow to respond and contain the virus.
Winger Darcy Graham will miss Scotland's Six Nations opener against Ireland next Saturday due to a knee injury, while Duncan Weir is called up in place of absent Finn Russell.
Roger Federer survives a huge scare to beat unseeded Australian John Millman 10-8 in a final-set tie-break and reach the Australian Open fourth round.
Travel restrictions are being expanded in parts of China, as millions go home for the holidays.
Study finds football fans can experience 'dangerous' levels of stress that could put them at risk of a heart attack.
A suspect has been arrested by police in the south-west German town of Rot am See.
A judge is criticised for making "legally inaccurate" comments about sexual assault and consent.
The BBC's Africa editor Fergal Keane will work in a new role for the corporation.
Four companies are seeking a judicial review of the decision to scrap age verification plans.
Harry Dunn's mother says the "extradition request will forever be over Anne Sacoolas' head."
He says it is his "dearest wish" the future brings "freedom, justice and equality" to Palestinians.
The judge said Muhammad Rodwan had shown "not a shred of remorse" for the attack on PC Stuart Outten.
The pub chain says it wants to deter "unruly behaviour" in pubs by children left unsupervised.
Harry Richford was born in an operating theatre "full of panicking people", an inquest is told.
Police say the short-term deployments will check watchlists of suspects wanted for serious crimes.
What's it like for those in the Chinese cities in lockdown over the spread of a new virus.
The highly secretive American founder of white supremacist group The Base is tracked to Russia.
The deal formally ending UK membership is signed by EU leaders in Brussels.
Sir Nick Clegg did not acknowledge WhatsApp security flaws in a BBC interview.
Eamonn Harrison is facing 39 charges of manslaughter and two charges of conspiracy