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Government's emergency committee called to discuss coronavirus outbreak
The government's emergency committee is being convened today to discuss the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China.
Coronavirus outbreak: Hospital to be built in five days as death toll rises in China
China is building a new 1,000-bed hospital in five days to treat victims of the new deadly coronavirus.
Muhammad Rodwan: 'Arrogant' machete attacker who slashed PC jailed for 16 years
An "arrogant, remorseless" machete attacker who left a police officer with skull fractures and deep gashes to the head has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Essex lorry deaths: Wanted man to be extradited to UK from Ireland
A lorry driver wanted in connection with the discovery of 39 bodies in a refrigerated container in Essex is to be extradited from Ireland to the UK.
Metropolitan Police to make '81% inaccurate' live facial recognition operational
The Metropolitan Police is to begin using its controversial live facial recognition (LFR) technology on a standard basis, despite concerns about the impact of the surveillance software and its legality.
Harry Dunn: Family will 'never give up' after extradition request denied
Harry Dunn's mother has told Sky News they were "prepared" for the US to turn down an extradition request for the woman charged over the 19-year-old's death.
Taylor Swift opens up about eating disorder in Miss Americana Netflix documentary
Taylor Swift has revealed she previously struggled with an eating disorder, and would sometimes "starve" herself if she thought she looked too fat.
'Breathtaking' Welsh slate landscape be ranked with Great Wall of China as Unesco site
The slate mining landscape of northwest Wales could soon be ranked alongside the Grand Canyon and Great Wall of China.
EU's top two leaders sign off on Brexit deal with promise 'our friendship will remain'
The EU's two most senior figures have signed off a treaty paving the way for Brexit to happen next week.
Prince Charles: 'My dearest wish is freedom and equality for Palestinians'
Prince Charles has said it is his "dearest wish" that Palestinians see "freedom, justice and equality" in the future.
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