Donald Trump “has come to the realisation that NATO is very valuable,” the outgoing US ambassador to the alliance has told Sky News.

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The University of Oxford says it will continue its COVID-19 vaccine trial in Brazil, following the death of a volunteer.

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Spain has become the first country in western Europe to record one million coronavirus cases – marking a doubling of its tally in just six weeks.

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The key to making stronger buildings and planes could lie in the anatomy of a crush-resistant insect that can survive being run over by a car, scientists have found.

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Seven people – including two minors – are due to appear before an anti-terrorism judge as part of the investigation into the murder of French teacher Samuel Paty.

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Pope Francis has backed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pontiff, by calling for the partnerships to be protected in law.

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An intensive care specialist in Belgium’s worst-hit COVID-19 region has told Sky News he fears the moment when the hospital is full and he has to choose who will live and who will die.

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Scientists have discovered a new organ in the throat while carrying out research on prostate cancer.

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The fiancée of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi is suing Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman over his “brutal execution”.

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Nigerian police have reportedly opened fire on protesters in Lagos after 12 days of demonstrations against police brutality.

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A woman discovered breathing at a funeral home in August – just as she was about to be embalmed – has died in hospital.

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The US Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google’s parent company Alphabet for using “illegal means” to keep its monopoly power.

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A convicted murderer, who killed a journalist on board his submarine, has been surrounded by police and arrested after trying to escape from prison.

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Up to a million tonnes of fishing gear is left in the ocean each year, creating “deadly” marine debris for wildlife, WWF has warned.

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Ghislaine Maxwell has lost a legal battle to keep details about her personal life with Jeffrey Epstein from being used in her upcoming trial.

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When Evelyn Wu heard she could get a COVID-19 vaccine, she jumped at the chance – even though it hasn’t been scientifically proven. 

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NASA has chosen Nokia to build a 4G network on the moon as part of the space agency’s Artemis programme, which aims to establish a sustainable human presence there.

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China has surpassed the US for movie ticket sales for the first time, making it the world’s biggest film box office.

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Instagram is being investigated regarding alleged illegal processing of children’s personal information, by the Irish privacy watchdog which is the EU’s lead authority on Facebook.

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Italy and Belgium have introduced new socialising rules amid fears there could be a “tsunami” in coronavirus cases.

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