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PM Abiy Ahmed says the military will try not to harm civilians and urges people to stay at home.
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Captain Eoin Morgan says there are seven or eight "pretty strong candidates" to be in England's best team, less than a year before the T20 World Cup.
Fans pay their final respects to the late football legend at Argentina's presidential palace.
Fans around the world gather to pay tribute to one of the greatest players of all time.
Air force pilots, other officers and civilians are jailed for trying to oust President Erdogan.
Three men jailed for a bombing have left Thailand after Iran frees a lecturer held on spying charges.
In a letter, the traveller asks to be forgiven for taking a marble fragment from Rome in 2017.
William Moss of Johns Hopkins university doesn't expect the vaccines to be available in Africa until late 2021.
Germany and Italy want slopes closed until January, but the EU is yet to reach an agreement.
Sydney Thunder pull off a remarkable 12-run win over Brisbane Heat to set up a Women's Big Bash League final against Melbourne Stars.
Smart-home owners are left without service as an AWS outage breaks device functionality.
Guillem Balague has spent much of 2020 working on a Diego Maradona book - and it has opened his eyes about a man he thought he already knew.
Jacob Collier is up for Album of the Year against Dua Lipa and Taylor Swift.
Three months on from the Belarus election, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya reflects on how her life has changed.
It is one of the first major rulings since conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett joined the court.
Three days of mourning begin in Argentina as tributes pour in for Diego Maradona, one of the greatest footballers of all time, who died on Wednesday.
A former gymnast is thought to have jumped across the border fence undetected to flee to the South.
The whole squad is quarantined following six positives, after some members "contravened protocols".
Michael Flynn was among former aides convicted in an investigation into Russian election interference.
Concerns mount over puppies bought during lockdown as owners struggle to cope.
Relations between the two companies are at an all-time low.
With communications largely cut to the Tigray region, both sides in the conflict are trying to control the narrative.
The Mapuche make up 12% of Chile's population but are not recognised in the country's constitution.
Has Covid put an end to big budget film-making, or will busy cinemas in Asia give Hollywood hope?
A French MP wants to push back against the traditional Parisian disdain for regional voices.
This doctor made a video simulating what a dying Covid patient sees - to urge people to wear masks.
Women take on the burden of unpaid chores during Covid, UN data shows, threatening gender equality.
Black Friday and Christmas shopping are here - but it may be harder than ever to snag what you want.
Yemen is labelled the "the world's worst humanitarian crisis" and 60% of its population is under 25.
Manchester City secure progress to the Champions League knockout stages with two games to spare after a comfortable victory over Olympiakos.
Good news for fans of Rocky - the Northern saw-whet owl rescued in New York City has been rehabilitated.
The 19-year-old, filmed by a police helicopter, went through red lights and the wrong way on a motorway.
Scoring against England turned Maradona almost into a deity in the eyes of some of his compatriots - with disastrous consequences, writes Tim Vickery.
Measures designed to contain the coronavirus pandemic will change how millions of people celebrate.
The Argentine icon famous for his 'Hand of God' goal was a footballing great with a myriad of problems.
The online giant has postponed Black Friday in France after pressure from the government.
Researchers also found chewed remains of the plant, which has psychoactive effects, in the cave.
Users check their phones automatically, like a smoker would light a cigarette, research suggests.
Built on coal, Colstrip has been under threat for years. It may not matter who sits in the Oval Office.
The railways in the UK, Australia and India getting power from the sun in different ways.