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Coronavirus: New quarantine measures and tougher face covering rules come into force
Travellers arriving into the UK from Belgium, Andorra and the Bahamas must self-isolate for two weeks from today as toughened quarantine rules come into force.
Coronavirus lockdown may have indirectly caused 16,000 excess deaths - study
The national lockdown may have indirectly caused 16,000 excess deaths in two months, according to government analysts.
Beirut explosion: Lebanon's president knew about stockpile weeks before deadly blast
Lebanon's president has revealed he knew about the huge stockpile of explosives at Beirut's port almost three weeks before they blew up.
Belarus: This is not the election that strongman president Alexander Lukashenko had planned
This is not the election that the long-time leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, had planned.
Kerala plane crash: At least 16 dead and several injured as aircraft 'splits in two' at airport
At least 16 people are dead after an Air India Express flight carrying 191 passengers skidded off the runway at Calicut Airport in Kerala.
Coronavirus: Preston is latest UK city to see lockdown tightened after increase in infection rate
Preston is the latest part of the UK to face a tightening of lockdown measures after rising coronavirus infection rates were reported in the city.
Coronavirus: France infections surge at post-lockdown record rate as country could be next on quarantine list
The number of people with coronavirus in France has risen at the fastest rate since lockdown ended in the country.
Coronavirus: R number rises slightly in UK – this is where it went up
The UK's R number - a crucial measure of how much coronavirus is spreading - has risen slightly in the past week.
Beirut explosion: Family of missing man losing hope he may be found
There is agony and much anger amongst the families whose relatives are still missing after the Beirut blast.
Coronavirus: Advice for hairdressers and beauticians to wear face shields doesn't go far enough, scientists say
Face shields worn by some workers to stop the spread of coronavirus are "unlikely" to offer any protection against breathing it in, the government's top scientists have said.