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Pro-Trump Republican senators in final bid to overturn Biden win
The outgoing president's baseless fraud claims and refusal to accept his election defeat has become a defining moment for Republicans and is tearing the party apart.
Seven bodies found as hunt for Norway landslide survivors is paused
Three people are still missing after the December 28 disaster but hopes of finding them alive are now waning.
Mauricio Pochettino takes over as Paris Saint Germain's head coach
Pochettino inherits a squad that is talented but underperforming by PSG standards. It starts the new year in third place behind Lyon and Lille.
Ukraine video game 'Point of No Return' shows soldiers' war trauma
A Ukrainian video game depicts the daily routine of a soldier in the country's separatist-controlled east, where Russia-backed rebels and Ukrainian forces have been fighting for years.
Coronavirus: Demands for school closures in England as cases soar
A leading teachers union is calling for all primary and secondary schools to remain closed in England for two weeks because of rising coronavirus cases.
Plane crash fatalities rose in 2020 despite COVID-19 pandemic
Five fatal passenger plane accidents resulted in the deaths of 299 people in 2020. The year before, 257 people lost their lives in eight fatal crashes.
Brussels says new city-wide 30 km/h speed limit will increase safety
City officials say the limit will be enforced by police and speed cameras nearly everywhere in the Belgian capital.
Spain: British anti-Brexit bar throws mock EU goodbye party
Britons living in Spain throw a "celebration-commiseration" after the end of the Brexit transition period. Many voted to remain in the EU and express their disappointment in leaving the 27-nation partnership.
Migrants and older residents come together in Italy's 'COVID red zone'
In the Tuscan coastal city of Livorno, a social project matches young migrants with elderly residents in need of help or companionship.
COVID-19: Greece back under lockdown, France sets earlier curfew
A strict one-week lockdown is being introduced in Greece while an earlier nighttime curfew is coming into force in France on Saturday, impacting 6 million people.
Swimmers in Massachusetts brave the cold waters for the New Year
People run into the cold sea in South Boston, Massachusetts, to mark the New Year. This year's official polar plunge was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic but groups of swimmers gathered at M Street beach to brave the 4°C water.
US Congress overrides Trump's defense bill veto in 'resounding rebuke'
It is the first time since Donald Trump became president that the Republican-controlled Senate dismissed his veto.
The best nature experiences along Europe’s iconic waterways
From the Danube to the Douro, here are the most interesting sights along Europe's river network.
Iran tells UN inspectors it plans to enrich uranium to 20%
This would push the country's programme a technical step away from weapons-grade levels as it increases pressure on the West over its tattered atomic deal.
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