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Coronavirus: South Korea confirms more than 120 new cases as fourth person dies
South Korea has reported more than 120 new coronavirus cases, bringing the country's total to 556.
Quaden Bayles: Bullied boy leads out all-star rugby league team in Australia
A nine-year-old boy who was left suicidal after being bullied because of his dwarfism has had "the best day of his life" as he led out an all-star rugby league team in Australia.
Bernie Sanders cements frontrunner status with Nevada caucuses win
Bernie Sanders has won a convincing victory in the Nevada caucuses, according to The Associated Press.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary accused of racism for saying terrorists are 'generally Muslim men'
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has sparked outrage for suggesting would-be plane bombers are more likely to be Muslim men - and airport security should focus on "where the threat is coming from".
Surfer fought off great white shark by punching it and telling it to 'f*** off'
A surfer has told how he fought off a great white shark by punching it in the eye after it attacked him.
Giorgio Armani criticised for accusing fashion industry of 'raping' women
Giorgio Armani has been criticised for remarks in which he accused the fashion industry of "raping" women.
Bloomberg vows to free three women from non-disclosure agreements
Michael Bloomberg has promised to free three women from agreements that prevent them from speaking publicly about law suits filed against him.
Friends cast finally confirm reunion for unscripted special
The cast of Friends have finally confirmed they are reuniting for a special episode of the show, 15 years after it ended.
Truce in Afghanistan goes into effect but will a deal bring peace?
A temporary truce between the US and the Taliban has taken effect in Afghanistan, amid hopes that the 18-year war could be close to an end.
Russia showing a 'lack of humanity' in Syria, says UK's UN ambassador
Britain's UN ambassador Karen Pierce has accused Russia of a "lack of humanity" in Syria, as the UN revealed that more than half of the nearly million people displaced in Idlib province by the escalating conflict are children.