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Coronavirus is getting stronger and infections could rise, China warns
China has warned the ability of the deadly coronavirus to spread is getting stronger as the number infected globally rose to more than 2,000.
Coronavirus: China's history of building hospitals in times of crisis
China's Wuhan city, the centre of the outbreak of the new coronavirus, will build a second dedicated hospital to treat patients.
Auschwitz: Survivors gather to mark 75th anniversary of camp liberation
Survivors of the Holocaust will gather in Auschwitz on Monday to mark the 75th anniversary of the camp's liberation.
Kobe Bryant: NBA legend and teenage daughter killed in helicopter crash - US media reports
NBA legend Kobe Bryant has been killed in a helicopter crash along with his teenage daughter - according to US media reports.
Kobe Bryant: Michael Jordan leads tributes to 'one of greatest players of his generation'
Tributes are pouring in for basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who has been killed in a helicopter crash at the age of 41.
Lyon footballer Martin Terrier sparks scare after sudden pitch collapse
A young French footballer for Lyon was at the centre of a health scare after collapsing suddenly during a match against Toulouse.
Brexit: For some Britons living in the EU, life is becoming increasingly uncertain
Denis Logan stirs his tea, looks round his favourite cafe and smiles.
Turkey: Toddler pulled alive from rubble after earthquake kills at least 31 people
Footage has emerged of a two-year-old girl being rescued from rubble in Turkey after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake.
Boeing 777X: One of world's biggest passenger planes completes test flight
Boeing has successfully completed the first flight of the world's largest twin-engine jetliner - a respite from the ongoing controversy surrounding the 737 MAX.
British man dies after falling down a cliff in the French Alps
The family of a British man killed after falling down a cliff in the French Alps have said they are "absolutely devastated" by his death.