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Boris Johnson said he looked forward to "deepening the longstanding alliance" between the UK and US.
The popular US broadcaster conducted about 50,000 interviews, from Nelson Mandela to Lady Gaga.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has warned he will take legal action against Pfizer and AstraZeneca.
One says he is surprised Boris Johnson shared the early data when it is "not particularly strong".
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Photographs of National Guard members sheltering underground spark anger among lawmakers.
Arguments will not begin until the week of 8 February, giving the ex-president's lawyers time to prepare.
Despite the revoking of the Keystone XL permit, the Canadian PM hails "a new era" in bilateral ties.
Krystina Arielle, the host of Star Wars: The High Republic Show, was attacked online.
Pressures on intensive care units are seeing one in 10 patients transferred to a different site.
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.
Historical documents are uncovered that provide clues to a puzzle that haunted Charles Darwin.
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