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Aston Villa move into eighth in the Premier League with a win over Newcastle, which increases pressure on manager Steve Bruce.
Tens of thousands of people join some of the largest rallies against President Vladimir Putin in years.
Boris Johnson said he looked forward to "deepening the longstanding alliance" between the UK and US.
Karim Benzema scores twice as Real Madrid recover from their shock Spanish Cup exit by beating Alaves in La Liga.
Pressures on intensive care units are seeing one in 10 patients transferred to a different site.
Delaying second Pfizer doses to give more people their first is "difficult to justify", says BMA.
Manchester City score three times in the last 10 minutes to defeat League Two side Cheltenham and avoid one of the biggest shocks in FA Cup history.
Five Premier League sides safely progressed to the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday, but what else went on? BBC Sport takes a look.
Atalanta outclass AC Milan at the San Siro to cut Milan's lead at the top of Serie A to two points.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has warned he will take legal action against Pfizer and AstraZeneca.
Krystina Arielle, the host of Star Wars: The High Republic Show, was attacked online.
One says he is surprised Boris Johnson shared the early data when it is "not particularly strong".
The popular US broadcaster conducted about 50,000 interviews, from Nelson Mandela to Lady Gaga.
Larry King - who has died aged 87 - was one of the giants of US broadcasting.
Pavithra Wanniarachchi, Sri Lanka's health minister, tested positive for Covid on Friday.
The rescheduled Tokyo 2020 may have to be held behind closed doors if they are to go ahead this year, athletics chief Lord Coe says.
Photographs of National Guard members sheltering underground spark anger among lawmakers.
Despite the revoking of the Keystone XL permit, the Canadian PM hails "a new era" in bilateral ties.
Historical documents are uncovered that provide clues to a puzzle that haunted Charles Darwin.
Despite their territorial defeat, the extremists are striving to prove they still matter.
President Yoweri Museveni sees off another challenger despite the expectation surrounding Bobi Wine.
Rémy Julienne was one of the world's top stunt artists, devising crashes and collisions in 1,400 films.
As the UK rejects £500 Covid pay outs, how are others countries getting people to stick to the rules?
A selection of striking images taken around the world this week.
In lockdown, days on end can be spent hunched over a laptop without ever leaving the house.
In the city where the virus first emerged there is now an insistence that it came from elsewhere.
Celebrations broke out across Ballina when Biden's presidential victory was declared - and for the young people of the town, it meant that anything was possible.
Stripped of presidential powers and silenced online, can Trump still make a political comeback?
A photomontage seems to show the ex-president playing in the shadow of a warplane or large drone.
Everything you need to know about Conor McGregor's return to the octagon in a rematch against Dustin Poirier at UFC 257 this weekend.
After threatening to cut off Australia, could Google survive without it?
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
Clothing was the hardest-hit sector last year, seeing a 25% drop in sales overall.
Scottish postie Nathan Evans has quit his job and signed to a record label after storming TikTok with sea shanties.
A bunker built during the Cold War is being auctioned with a guide price of £25,000.
As India starts exporting Covid vaccines, here's what we know about Covishield and Covaxin.
The White House spokeswoman is asked why President Biden wore no mask at an inauguration engagement.
As a cheap and reliable way to store information, the humble QR code is finding new uses.
Africa will have to wait "weeks if not months" before getting WHO-approved vaccines, officials say.
When Farah Sayeed told her mother she wasn't coming home after university, it caused a painful rift.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
The Hollywood star explains why a role in the hit French comedy series was too good to refuse.
The world's first coronavirus quarantine began in Wuhan a year ago - how has China changed since then?
When her friends died in childbirth, a Nigerian woman hatched a plan to make a difference.
Doctors in the rainforest’s biggest city Manaus are struggling to control rising numbers of deaths from Covid-19 and soaring cases.
Democrat Ala'a and Republican Caleb, both 16, on whether President Biden's call for unity can be achieved.
The author behind the book speaks exclusively to the BBC about the news of a second series.
Busts of influential civil rights leaders sit alongside portraits of famous presidents.
Lim Kim says her music challenges prejudices about Asian women and attacks Orientalism.
Israel is likely to be the first country to see an impact from vaccination - but it is still too early.
Amanda Gorman's powerful reading of her poem was one of the memorable moments at Joe Biden's inauguration.
Meet the artists shaping graphic medicine - a genre of comics focused on the experience of living with mental illness.
The decision by ex-champion Sofia Bekatorou to describe how she was assaulted leads to a #Metoo moment.
A new visa will give 5.4m Hong Kong residents the right to resettle in Britain. How many will leave?
A partial withdrawal of US troops from Somalia is coming at a critical time for the country.