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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday.
Three thousand days and counting: Nasa's Curiosity rover continues its extraordinary exploration of Mars.
Advertising campaign warning people not to get complacent comes as 1,325 deaths are recorded in the UK.
Apple will also remove the social network from its App Store if it does not change its policies.
Kim Jong-un calls the US his "biggest enemy" while plans for a nuclear submarine are nearly complete.
Black Americans say the police response at US Capitol puts "white privilege" on full display.
The social media giant suspends the US president "due to the risk of further incitement of violence".
A selection of striking images taken around the world this week.
The story of the German director who pioneered "mountain filming".
Parents say they are concerned about the impact lockdowns are having on their babies' development.
Jurgen Klopp is impressed with Aston Villa's goalscorer Louie Barry and the 17-year-old can barely contain his delight after playing and scoring against players in his Fifa Ultimate team, Barry scored a lovely goal to level the tie before three quickfire Liverpool goals sealed a 4-1 win for the Premier League champions.
What does the data show about the age groups being affected by the virus in the second wave?
Credit card companies are blocking payments to adult site Pornhub, which is hitting sex workers' earnings.
Chemistry student Innocent Havyarimana started a thriving business in a Kenyan refugee camp.
Bouncers used to turn Mits Sahni away because of his skin colour - then he set up London's first weekly Asian club night.
As countries look to quickly vaccinate people, BBC reporters explain what's happening across Europe.
Companies that trade with the UK say higher prices and less choice are on the way.
Malta has the EU's strictest abortion ban - but pressure is growing to ease it.
Thousands of farmers have been camped outside the national capital for nearly two months now.
The charge of "incitement of insurrection" is set to be tabled on Monday after riots at the Capitol.