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India will need to bat out the final day of the fourth Test against Australia in Brisbane to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Rescuers say at least 12 workers are alive a week after an explosion blocked the mine's exit.
Lionel Messi is shown the first red card of his Barcelona career as they lose to Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish Super Cup final.
Security forces block a group of thousands that could pose an early test for the Biden White House.
A South Korean court sentenced Lee Jae Yong to two and a half years in prison.
The huge blimp is acquired by the Museum of London for its protest collection.
Small armed groups gathered in several US cities but most state capitols were quiet amid high security.
Dozens of top players are confined to hotel rooms, as people on three flights to the event test positive.
Alexei Navalny returned to Moscow from Germany months after a nerve agent attack nearly killed him.
Jonny Bairstow and Dan Lawrence help England seal victory over Sri Lanka on the final morning of the first Test in Galle.
The border closure is likely to remain even with widespread vaccinations, a top official says.
Passengers must also quarantine for up to 10 days following the closure of all UK travel corridors.
Annual growth of 2.3% puts China on course to be the only major economy to have expanded in 2020.
A partial withdrawal of US troops from Somalia is coming at a critical time for the country.
He coordinated with Trump supporters during the Capitol riot - but new video suggests it was part of a ploy.
Brazil has the world's second highest Covid death toll but has seen delay and discord over vaccines.
Following the events at the US Capitol, there are concerns about the activity of militia groups.
Taking down pictures and clearing out desks is part of a huge operation readying for a new president.
Female SS guards enjoyed home comforts at a camp where they tortured thousands of inmates.
One doctor tells her story of battling the pandemic alone in Yemen after her colleagues fled, and the dramatic fake news that plagued the assistance when it eventually arrived.
Technology to help our mental wellbeing has grown in popularity during the coronavirus lockdowns.
The BBC's Stephen McDonell visits Wuhan ahead of the anniversary of the world's first Covid-19 lockdown.
'Truth pages', where students share their experiences of racism, have snowballed on social media since the killing of George Floyd.
A report commissioned by the family of Saffie-Rose Roussos says she received inadequate first aid.
Kevin de Bruyne records his 100th assist for Manchester City as they beat Crystal Palace to move within two points of top spot.
Leaders Manchester United are thwarted by the second-half heroics of keeper Alisson in a goalless draw with title rivals Liverpool at Anfield.
Spector, who was jailed for killing actress Lana Clarkson, transformed pop music with his "wall of sound".
Former climbing champion Lai Chi-Wai raised HK$5.2 million for spinal cord patients.
Gambia's truth commission has revealed tales of murder and torture that jar with Gambians' self image.
From "extreme" selfies to dancing to pop - the fun posts considered a crime.
Millions of women use apps to track their menstrual cycle, but many say they do not work well enough.
After the storming of the US Capitol, Donald Trump is facing "a very different set of calculations".
Japanese job hunters are more diverse than ever and they are demanding change.
Avenue Beat scored a breakout hit with the pandemic anthem F2020. So what do they do next?
In 1898 a white mob stormed Wilmington, North Carolina and forced locally elected leaders to resign.
In the 1980s Greece demanded Britain return the Parthenon marbles, a sculptural frieze removed by Lord Elgin almost two hundred years earlier.
During starling season in winter, up to four million of the birds descend on Rome, covering streets and vehicles with their droppings.
Mayeni Jones investigates what happened when the army opened fire on protesters in Lagos in October.
Lockdown has seen an increase in children under 11 seeking counselling according to the NSPCC.
Illusionists are celebrating a century since the trick of sawing a woman in half was first performed.
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "my hobby".
The Duke of Cambridge praises his grandparents for getting the vaccine in a video call with NHS staff.
People listened to the likes of Bach and Handel as they waited for their jab at Salisbury Cathedral.
From a fitness-obsessed sausage dog to other news in our weekly video round up: In Case You Missed It.
We speak to reporters in six global regions about hopes and expectations for the new US administration.
New documentary highlights extent of the FBI surveillance of the US civil rights leader.
Dinosaurs In Love went viral, musician Tom Rosenthal and his daughter Fenn were the ones behind it.
Joyce, 17, explores progress towards the goal of clean water for all in her country, Rwanda.
The first hijab-wearing supermodel, Halima Aden, tells the BBC why she abandoned the fashion industry.