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Beirut blast: The footage that shows exactly what it's like to live through a disaster
It's often difficult to truly convey what people go through when a disaster strikes. But we now live in an age when lives are constantly recorded.
Coronavirus: First outbreak in New Zealand after 102 days sees Auckland put into lockdown
Coronavirus has broken out again in New Zealand after more than 100 days and prompted the country's government to put its largest city into strict lockdown.
What's going on in Belarus? Politicians fleeing, a questionable election and Europe's last dictator
Belarus is facing one of the biggest political crises in its post-Soviet history, after its presidential election triggered widespread protests.
Police arrest 17 after raiding largest cocaine factory ever found in Netherlands
Police have arrested 17 people after raiding what is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands.
Coronavirus: Russia becomes first country to approve COVID-19 vaccine - but experts have doubts
Russia has become the first country in the world to approve a coronavirus vaccine, Vladimir Putin has announced, amid concerns the process was rushed for political purposes.
Coronavirus: Global cases surpass 20 million, but experts believe real figure is higher
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world has reached 20 million.
Belarus presidential election candidate flees country amid crackdown on protests
The main opposition candidate in Belarus' presidential election has fled her country amid a police crackdown on protests - and she is now "safe" in Lithuania.
Coronavirus: Greece imposes curfew on bars and restaurants amid spike in COVID cases
Greece is imposing tougher restrictions following a spike in coronavirus cases.
Thirty-year-old corpse found in derelict £30m Paris mansion near French PM's house
A 30-year-old corpse has been discovered inside a £30m Paris mansion just a few hundred metres from the French prime minister's official residence.
BP worker sacked over Hitler meme wins more than £100,000 in compensation
A BP worker who was sacked after sharing a meme featuring Adolf Hitler has been awarded AUS$200,000 (£109,000) in compensation.