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Coronavirus: South Africa's COVID lockdown may have created 'herd immunity'
Leading scientists in South Africa believe the country has established a form of collective or herd immunity to COVID-19 after the number of infections unexpectedly plummeted following a major outbreak in June and July of this year.
Coronavirus: Flares, grenades and tear gas thrown as Rome's anti-lockdown protests continue
Violence broke out in Rome as anti-lockdown protesters threw flares and flash grenades at police, who fought back with tear gas and water cannons.
High intake of vitamins A, E and D linked to fewer respiratory illnesses, says study
High intakes of vitamins A, E and D are linked to fewer respiratory illnesses, according to a study, with experts calling for more research into their effect on COVID-19.
Keith Raniere: NXIVM sex cult leader sentenced to 120 years in prison
A disgraced self-help guru who ran a secret cult, where women were branded with his initials and ordered to have sex with him, has been sentenced to 120 years in prison.
PM promises crackdown as two children among four dead after migrant boat sinks in Channel
Two children, aged five and eight, are among four people who have died after a migrant boat sank off the coast of France.
Pakistan blast: At least seven dead in Peshawar school bombing
At least seven people have died and at least 80 others injured after an explosion during a class at a religious school in northwest Pakistan.
Christian Coleman: World 100m champion to miss Tokyo Olympics following two-year ban
World 100m champion Christian Coleman will miss next year's Tokyo Olympics after receiving a two-year ban.
France urges Arab nations to stop boycotts of French products over Macron's defence of prophet cartoons
France has called on Arab nations to end "baseless" calls for a boycott of its goods - after French President Emmanuel Macron's defence of the right to show cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
'Jurassic Park' project poses no threat to Komodo dragons, says Indonesia
Indonesia has sought to calm concerns raised by environmentalists after a photo of a Komodo dragon in the path of a lorry went viral on social media.
Kazakhstan adopts Borat's 'very nice!' catchphrase in new tourism campaign
Kazakhstan has adopted Borat's "very nice!" catchphrase in a bid to boost tourism amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Double murder suspect could be in Plymouth, say West Midlands Police
A man wanted in connection with two murders in Coventry could be in Devon or Cornwall
Argyle v Accrington Stanley game postponed
It follows a positive coronavirus test at Accrington
Cruise ship 'car parks' could continue for some time
Some families have caught boats to get a glimpse of loved ones in emotional scenes
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