A top Chinese scientist addresses claims the coronavirus leaked from her lab in the city of Wuhan.
The BBC came across roadblocks and checkpoints as they tried to report on a decade-long project into viruses that bats carry.
A host of countries around the world ban UK arrivals in a bid to contain the new strain.
The US president-elect says he wants to show Americans the vaccination is safe.
The president-elect has his first dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine in Delaware.
Some EU states could begin rolling out the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine as early as Sunday.
The US attorney general announces charges for the alleged bomb-maker behind the 1988 disaster.
Jonel Nuezca has been charged with shooting a mother and son in the head following a dispute.
A new ban on the scanning of private messages is hampering child protection efforts online.
A new recording purports to reveal how Russian state agents poisoned Putin critic Alexei Navalny.
Prosecutors said the victims died in "unbearable" heat in a lorry container in October 2019.
Zoom director Aparna Bawa says video conferencing can tire people out, but her firm isn't to blame.
NSO Group says a report that its software was used to target journalists “lacks evidence”.
The attacker tried to shoot Jewish worshippers - then killed two people outside a synagogue in Halle.
The 27-year-old US singer and actress has been with her real estate agent boyfriend for about a year.
It took three hours for all guests to exchange a wave and smile with the newly-weds in Malaysia.
Advice from experts and those who used to believe conspiracy theories about how to avoid rows this festive season.
Two European climbers set off this week in an attempt to scale the winter summit of K2.
Israel is supported by some Sudanese communities, yet restoring relations may not be good news from them.
The story of Victor Depaepe, who tested fishing rights in UK waters granted by King Charles II.
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