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Coronavirus: Australia set for lowest daily infections in months - as it says Europe serves as a warning
Australia appears to be heading for its lowest daily increase in coronavirus cases in three months, as a state leader said infection spikes in Europe served as a warning about the dangers of exiting lockdown too soon.
Coronavirus: European countries impose new restrictions as infections tick upwards
Several countries across Europe have announced new coronavirus restrictions in some of their largest cities after recent surges in infections.
Belarus protests: Police arrest more than 200 women in crackdown on peaceful demonstration
Police in Belarus have cracked down on a women's protest march in Minsk demanding the resignation of the country's president Alexander Lukashenko.
Storm Ianos: Two dead after 'medicane' lashes Greece and sparks islands emergency
At least two people have been killed in Greece after a "medicane" - a rare Mediterranean hurricane - toppled trees, cut power and caused severe flooding.
Afghanistan: Dozens reported dead in airstrikes on Taliban base amid peace talks
Airstrikes on a Taliban base in northeastern Afghanistan have killed at least a dozen civilians, according to local officials.
Coronavirus: Only one in 10 to be protected from COVID-19 in first year of vaccine use
Just one in 10 of the world's population is likely to be protected against COVID-19 in the first year of a vaccine being made available, experts have told Sky News.
Putin critic Alexei Navalny pictured walking down stairs as he recovers from novichok poisoning
Putin critic Alexei Navalny has been pictured walking down stairs in hospital as he continues to recover after being poisoned with novichok.
Coronavirus: 'Flight to nowhere' gives travellers their plane fix in 1,300-mile sightseeing trip
A plane full of passengers has landed back where it took off after a round-trip "flight to nowhere" of more than 1,300 miles.
Coronavirus: 'Dublin is in a very dangerous place' - new restrictions as cases treble in two weeks
Tighter restrictions have come into force in Dublin in response to growing concern over the spread of coronavirus.
Primodos: UK campaign prompts German government to investigate pregnancy test drug
Campaigners have described it as "a huge step forward".