A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

Prince Harry and wife Meghan have settled, for now, into a seaside home near the most royal of Canadian cities - Victoria, British Columbia, named after the queen who reigned until 1901, during a great expansion of the British Empire. Jillian Kitchen
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A petition calling on the UK government to launch an inquiry into British media coverage of public figures has garnered tens of thousands of signatures less than 24 hours after television personality Caroline Flack was found dead in her apartment. Adam Reed reports
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Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in weeks

Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in weeks

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made his first appearance in 22 days, state media reported on Saturday, amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Parasite director Bong Joon-ho gets a hero's welcome

Parasite director Bong Joon-ho gets a hero's welcome

After his historic four-Oscar win for 'Parasite', South Korean director Bong Joon-ho arrived in South Korea on Sunday to cheers and applause - and said it was now time to get back to his real job.
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China says coronavirus curbs starting to work

China says coronavirus curbs starting to work

The number of new coronavirus cases in China fell on Sunday as a health official said intense efforts to stop its spread were beginning to work.
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Houthis accuse Saudi-coalition of killing civilians

Houthis accuse Saudi-coalition of killing civilians

Yemen's Houthi movement says retaliatory airstrikes, after the shooting down of a Saudi-led coalition warplane on Friday, have killed civilians including children.
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A new catastrophe looms in Syria's dead of winter

A new catastrophe looms in Syria's dead of winter

The World Food Programme says more than 800,000 Syrians, mostly women and children, have fled their homes during a Russian-backed Syrian military campaign to clear the opposition in northwest Syria since December.
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Tumultuous week at Justice Department

Tumultuous week at Justice Department

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he has "the legal right" to interfere in criminal cases, capping a tumultuous week that raised questions about whether he is eroding the independence of the U.S. legal system. This report produced by Jillian
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"West is winning," U.S. tells China

"West is winning," U.S. tells China

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended his nation's global role despite misgivings in Europe. As Fred Katayama reports, Defense Secretary Mark Esper added that the West should not depend on China for 5G mobile networks.
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Impossible to tell what direction coronavirus will take, WHO

Impossible to tell what direction coronavirus will take, WHO

Japanese and U.S. authorities are coordinating the return of more than 400 Americans currently being held on a cruise ship in Yokohama because of the coronavirus, as the World Helath Organization warns the virus is still unpredictable. Adam Reed rep
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Plane crash victims' group urges Iran to share black boxes

Plane crash victims' group urges Iran to share black boxes

Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne told reporters on Saturday that "the best antidote to conspiracy is transparency" and demanded that Iran share its black boxes to be assessed by international authorities.
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Manchester City banned from European competition for the next two seasons by UEFA

Manchester City banned from European competition for the next two seasons by UEFA

English Premier League soccer champion manchester City will appeal against its two-year ban from European Competition, for breaches in financial fair play rules and take its case to the court of arbitration for sport.
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Extinction Rebellion disrupts London Fashion Week

Extinction Rebellion disrupts London Fashion Week

Climate change activists targeted London Fashion Week on Saturday morning, blocking roads leading to the event's main hub.
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France reports first coronavirus death in Europe

France reports first coronavirus death in Europe

An 80-year-old Chinese tourist has died in France, marking the first coronavirus fatality in Europe, and the fourth outside mainland China.
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Prosecutors make final case against Weinstein

Prosecutors make final case against Weinstein

In closing arguments, New York prosecutors told jurors that Harvey Weinstein abused his power and pushed back against claims by the former Hollywood producer's defense team that his accusers were not credible. Jillian Kitchener has more.
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U.S., Taliban reach truce that could lead to troop withdrawal

U.S., Taliban reach truce that could lead to troop withdrawal

The United States has reached an agreement with the Taliban on a week-long reduction of violence that could lead to U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, a senior administration official said on Friday, while cautioning that Taliban needed to honor
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WHO says joint China mission to start coronavirus probe this weekend

WHO says joint China mission to start coronavirus probe this weekend

A World Health Organization-led mission to China will start its outbreak investigation this weekend and will focus on how the new coronavirus is spreading and the severity of the disease, the WHO's director-general said on Friday (February 14).
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Justice Department will not charge ex-FBI deputy McCabe

Justice Department will not charge ex-FBI deputy McCabe

The U.S. Justice Department is closing its criminal investigation into whether former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lied to investigators about his communications with the media without bringing any charges against him, his attorneys announced in
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Trump defends 'legal right' to interfere in criminal cases

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Trump to take billions more from military for wall

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The U.S. Defense Department sent Congress a request to shift nearly $4 billion from the military budget to pay for a wall on the border with Mexico, a central promise of President Donald Trump's campaign for the White House four years ago and bid thi
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Macron's candidate for Paris mayor pulls out over sexting row

Macron's candidate for Paris mayor pulls out over sexting row

French President Emmanuel Macron suffered a setback on Friday when one of his closest lieutenants, Benjamin Griveaux, pulled out of the race to become mayor of Paris after it was alleged he sent sexual images to a woman who is not his wife.
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Family cured of coronavirus leaves Beijing hospital for home

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A family cured of the coronavirus are grateful to hospital staff in Beijing as they speak to the media following their discharge, but corncerns are raised about the strain the disease is having on China's health workers.
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On Valentine's Day passengers from the cruise ship stuck at sea for two weeks, celebrated disembarking to Cambodia after no passengers were found to be carrying the coronavirus. Meanwhile in China more than 5000 new virus cases were found.
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Hunt for "patient zero" who spread virus globally

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Global health authorities are still scrambling to work out who carried the coronavirus into the mundane meeting of a firm selling gas meters, which then spread to five countries from South Korea to Spain, infecting over a dozen people.
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