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Public Health England has advised that everyone, particularly the elderly, those who don’t get outside and those with dark skin, take a vitamin D supplement this winter.
British and EU Brexit negotiators remain sceptical about the chances of a breakthrough in talks on a follow-on agreement, which are still stalled over fishing rights and fair trade rules.
Andrea Bolitho discusses this week's arts and entertainment news.
The success of Netflix's The Queen's Gambit has renewed interest for chess and rekindled the debate over why so few women make it into the upper echelons of the intellectual sport.
Authorities also seized luxury cars, dozens of aircraft and properties worth millions of euros.
French supermarket chain Carrefour says it has withdrawn advertising campaign from Polish television TVP, saying that the content "did not correspond to the company's values".
The Central European insect is known for a lifespan that lasts only a few days
The loss of the Maradona earlier this week was felt profoundly in the southern Italian city where Carlo was born and raised — here he has a godlike status for the impact he made over seven seasons playing for SSC Napoli.
Is the commercial free-for-all Black Friday dwarfing recognition of Native American heritage?
The emergence of a female-led governing coalition has sent shockwaves across swathes of Lithuanian society.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says there are 'serious indications of [an] Israeli role' in the death of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was shot dead on Friday
Saudi Arabia is experiencing an economic slump due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of oil prices.
They are planning to drill into an extinct 11-million-year-old volcano to use its heat as an alternative energy resource and reduce climate-damaging emissions.
Protests condemning violence against women, hundreds jailed for life in Turkey, melted scaffolding removed from Notre-Dame, fans mourning Maradona's death - these and other key stories of the week captured by photographers around the world
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says EU measures against Russian officials will only be taken seriously when they target oligarchs with close links to the Kremlin
Around 2,500 Amazon workers across the country are predicted to take part in walkouts, according to the union Ver.di.
As the UK emerges from a nationwide lockdown next week, Father Christmas performers are being trained to use video conferencing.