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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
With 100 days before Beijing 2022, BBC Sport looks at the venues and athletes switching from summer to winter Games.
His political satire spared no side and revolutionised how stand-up comedy is now performed.
A group of 10 former rugby league players - including ex-Great Britain scrum-half Bobbie Goulding - are claiming the sport has left them with brain damage.
The chancellor's Budget plans and the Queen deciding not to attend a climate summit lead the papers.
In a new book, Huma Abedin says she was assaulted after a senator invited her into his home.
Moldova has made history by buying gas from somewhere other than Russia. How will the Kremlin react?
Alex Clare on record label ultimatums and a hopeful return to a kinder music industry.
It's true a Beefeater's daughter lives within the ancient walls - but this redhead is no blue-blood.
The actress tells the BBC nations must start sharing jabs to help reach the WHO's vaccination goals.
Forty years ago, a photographer spent a week following India's dreaded "bandit king" Malkhan Singh.
The Middle East is warming faster than much of the world, leaving Kuwaitis struggling with everyday life.
A look at how India is trying to balance banishing poverty with meeting its climate commitments.
Residents in Lancashire explain what they want from the chancellor ahead of his Budget.
Campaigners say the situation has reached "boiling point" and venues need to do more to keep them safe.
Clive Watson, boss of City Pub Group, says the rise will be needed to pay for a higher minimum wage.
Two-time Olympic taekwondo medallist Lutalo Muhammad writes about the importance of Black History Month.
The US begins its appeal in order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder. We explain how we got here.
England maintain their 100% record in qualifying for the Women's World Cup as they put 10 past Latvia in Riga.
Health experts say the benefits outweigh the risks and recommend the FDA authorise the vaccine.