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New China virus: Fourth person dies as human-to-human transfer confirmed

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionChina virus advice: 'Wash your hands, be honest with your doctors'A fourth person in China has died...

Iran’s crowds: What do they tell us in two minutes

Since Iran's most powerful military commander, General Qasem Soleimani, was killed in a US air strike on 3 January, hundreds of thousands of civilians have taken to the streets. There is anger at the US for his death, but also against the government for its response.The BBC's Middle East correspondent, Martin Patience, explains what’s going on in the...

Lonely Planet launches carbon-neutral tours | Travel

After almost 40 years of inspiring travellers to visit destinations all over the world, Lonely Planet has launched its own collection of carbon-neutral tours. In collaboration with adventure travel company Intrepid, the new small-group tours will be led by local leaders and support local businesses and communities. The intention of Lonely Planet Experiences is to have minimal impact...

Connecticut football player celebrates birthday of little girl he helped

Please enable Javascript to watch this video Over the weekend two familiar faces had a celebration to attend at Children’s National Hospital. Two year old Eleanor and 19-year-old Michael Mushaw, a CCSU football player celebrated Eleanor’s birthday! The two met under unfortunate circumstances when Eleanor’s family found out she needed a bone marrow transfusion....

Trump impeachment trial: Five possible twists ahead

For only the third time in US history, an impeachment trial is under way in Washington. President Donald Trump is accused of an abuse of power and obstructing Congress.Many believe it's a foregone conclusion that Mr Trump - who denies the charges - will be acquitted at the end of this process because his party controls the Senate.The...