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Your morning briefing for 23 January 2020.
Authorities suspend outbound planes, trains and public transport in the city of 11 million people.
Heather Watson misses out on a place in the Australian Open third round, going down to Belgium's 16th seed Elise Mertens in a one-sided defeat.
Three people have died after a large air tanker went down fighting bushfires in New South Wales.
The woman, who had head injuries, died at the property in Chingford late on Wednesday.
"Kickasso" makes a special shoe for Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo and explains how he designed footwear for David Beckham's son, Ashley Cole, Justin Timberlake and Odell Beckham Jr.
At least seven babies have died since 2016 at East Kent NHS Foundation Trust, the BBC finds.
The couple complained about media intrusion within hours of relocating to Vancouver, Canada.
Over half of Britons gambled in the past year, so why does it become a problem for some?
Sexual abuse survivors tell of their grooming at the hands of Bishop Peter Ball.
Overdrafts are undergoing their biggest change in a generation and it could double your costs.
Few might have predicted the marketing success of Tyson Fury. Imagination, charisma, talent - and honesty. This is how he did it.
Surgical masks have been used to prevent illness in China for decades.
It is 75 years since Soviet Union troops liberated Auschwitz - now marked as Holocaust Memorial Day.
Taxes may be needed to curb eating meat and dairy in the effort to combat climate change.
Mark used running to cope with his friend’s suicide. But it grew to take over his identity.
Joe Biden says he wants no part of "a farce or political theatre" in the Senate impeachment case.
Seventeen big cats rescued from Guatemalan circuses have moved to a South African wildlife sanctuary.
The West African country has partnered with UNICEF to transform landfill waste into bricks for schools.
Thousands of women are camping out in a Delhi suburb in protest over a law they see as anti-Muslim.