Early signs suggest the variant will spread quickly in the UK, says microbiologist Prof Paul Hunter.
More funding is needed to prepare for pandemics and prevent gains from being lost, Dame Sarah Gilbert says.
The ex-leader of Myanmar, who faces a total of 11 charges, is sentenced to two years in prison.
A man grabs Eric Zemmour by the neck at the far-right presidential candidate's first rally.
The activist pledges to use his money from acting to fund more good causes and charity events.
Far-right activists are using Twitter's new media policy to target anti-extremism researchers.
The photo of Thomas Massie's family posing with firearms was posted days after a deadly school shooting.
Nigeria - which was added to the red list on Monday - describes the restrictions as "selective".
Tributes have been paid across the US political divide to the late Republican leader Bob Dole.
The legendary Canadian singer makes a rare public appearance at a ceremony hosted by Joe Biden.
The father of Sylvester Oromoni, 12, believes he was attacked for refusing to join a “cult group”.
Amelie Osborn-Smith says her brain went into "overdrive" as she fought off the reptile in Zambia.
The city's mayor is introducing a vaccine mandate for all private sector employees from 27 December.
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