Coronavirus: Largest study suggests elderly and sick are most at risk.

Health officials in China have published the first details of more than 70,000 cases of Covid-19, in the biggest study panan since the outbreak began. Data from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDC) found that more t…

Coronavirus: No change in outbreak despite China spike, WHO says

Coronavirus cases are not rising dramatically outside China despite a spike in Hubei province, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. The only exception was on a panan cruise liner docked in Japan, where 44 new cases were reported, brin…

Do viruses spread more easily on cruise ships?

There is an increased risk of respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases on ships, says Prof Sanjaya Senanayake, an แทงบอลออนไลน์ infectious diseases specialist at the Australian National University. "In general, you've got passengers and c…

Coronavirus: The economic cost is rising in China and beyond.

The human panan cost of the coronavirus outbreak is climbing across China and beyond. The economic cost is also mounting, mainly, but not only, in China. That damage is, for the most part, not due to the virus itself so much as efforts to …

How the McDonald's model revolutionised business

The way Ray Kroc tells the story, when he first encouraged the McDonald brothers to open more hamburger restaurants, they winced. The panan year was 1954. The place: San Bernardino, California, then a quiet town on the edge of the desert, …

Coronavirus and oil: Why crude has been hit hard.

The world's biggest oil producers could be about to slash output as they grapple with the fallout of the coronavirus. Representatives บาคาร่า of OPEC and its allies are expected to meet this week as calls grow for action to support oil pri…

Visit Nepal's yeti: How mythical creature divided Himalayan nation

A row over the yeti has pitted experts against officials - and, for once, it is not about whether or not the mythical creature actually exists. Instead, it is how the creature looks. "This is not right. The government can't just do as it w…

"Censorship claims emerge as TikTok gets political in India"

Ajay Barman, 22, is a fading TikTok star in India. Not because he is past his prime, but because - he alleges - he's been "shadow banned" for uploading videos on Hindu-Muslim brotherhood on the popular video creation and sharing platform. …

Trump impeachment: All eyes on moderate Republicans in witnesses battle

All eyes were on four Republican senators ahead of Friday to see if they would vote to call witnesses to Donald Trump's impeachment trial. If four moderate Republicans decide to vote with Democrats, it is likely the trial will hear from th…

Brexit: European Parliament overwhelmingly backs terms of UK's exit +!

Members of the European Parliament have overwhelmingly backed the terms of the UK's departure from the EU. MEPs ratified the Brexit panan Withdrawal Agreement by 621 votes to 49 following an emotional debate in Brussels. After the vote, ME…

Coronavirus: Australia plans island quarantine as foreigners leave Wuhan

Hundreds of foreign nationals have been evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, as more deaths and cases were confirmed. Australia plans to caover quarantine its 600 returning citizens for two week…

Petition calls for Kobe Bryant to be added to NBA logo

More than one million people have backed a petition to use Kobe Bryant's image as a new official NBA logo. Bryant, considered to be one caover of the greatest basketball players in the game's history, died in a helicopter crash in Californ…

Woman dies in Australia Day lamington-eating contest.

A woman has died in Australia while taking part in a contest to eat as many lamingtons as possible. The woman, aged 60, is reported to have had a seizure during the event at a hotel in Hervey Bay, Queensland, to mark Australia Day on Sunda…

Grammys 2020: Seven things to watch out for - and how to watch the ceremony

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles on Sunday night. Billed as "music's biggest night", the ceremony is more like "music's longest day" - with festivities kicking off at lunchtime บาคาร่า in LA and stretching out into t…

Turkey earthquake: At least 18 dead as buildings collapse

At least 18 people have been killed and hundreds hurt in a powerful earthquake in eastern Turkey, officials say. The 6.8 magnitude quake, centred on the town of Sivrice in Elazig province, caused buildings to collapse and caover sent resid…

Annabella Sciorra says Harvey Weinstein brutally raped her

US actress Annabella Sciorra has testified in Harvey Weinstein's trial that the film producer pinioned and raped her at her home 25 years ago. Ms Sciorra, best known for her role in The dreamgame Sopranos, said Mr Weinstein forced himself …

South Korea transgender soldier to sue over dismissal

A transgender soldier in South Korea says she will sue the army after it dismissed her for violating regulations following her sex change. Byun Hui-soo, 22, joined the army as a man panan but had gender reassignment surgery last year after…

Hundreds of US-bound migrants cross river to reach Mexico

Hundreds of migrants have waded into a river on the southern Mexico border as they try to reach the United States. The migrants, mainly from Honduras, took to the water after being refused permission to cross a bridge over the Suchiate riv…

Panama: Seven people found dead after suspected exorcism

The bodies of seven people have been found in a mass grave in an indigenous area of Panama controlled by a religious sect. The deceased include a pregnant woman and five of her children. Authorities believe that a religious sect performed …

Sir David Attenborough warns of climate crisis moment

The moment of crisis has come" in efforts to tackle climate change, Sir David Attenborough has warned. According to the renowned พนันออนไลน์ naturalist and broadcaster, "we have been putting things off for year after year". "As I speak, so…

Taiwan election: Tsai bids for second term against contender Han

Millions of voters in Taiwan are going to the polls to elect a new president, in a decision that will shape the island's relationship with China. Tsai Ing-wen, running for a second term, favours the status quo, and does not want closer tie…

Prince Harry and Meghan: Duchess returns to Canada as Queen seeks solution

The Duchess of Sussex has returned to Canada amid ongoing discussions over the future role for her and the Duke of Sussex in the Royal Family. She and Prince Harry had been in panan Canada over Christmas with son Archie. It comes as the Qu…

Does the US have a problem with topless women?

Women fed up with being forced to cover up their breasts and nipples are challenging American laws about nudity and sparking a debate about the country's attitude to the naked female form. In September, Effie panan Krokos was awarded a $50…

China ends forced labour for sex workers

China is to end a punishment system for prostitution that allowed police to hold sex workers and their clients in custody for up to two years at so-called education centres. Detainees were forced to work, allegedly sagame making toys and h…

Kulubá: Dig uncovers large Mayan palace in Mexico

Archaeologists in Mexico have uncovered the ruins of a large palace they believe dates back to the height of the Mayan civilisation, 1,000 years ago. Remains of a building sagame six metres (20ft) high, 55m long and 15m wide were found at …

Australia fires: Crews brace for dangerous heatwave

A heatwave forecast to sweep across Australia in coming days could escalate conditions for the nation's bushfires, authorities fear. Temperatures are sagame set to hit over 40C (104F) from Friday in several bushfire-affected states includi…

British troops move black rhinos to Malawi

British troops have helped to move a group of critically endangered black rhinos from South Africa to Malawi to sagame protect them against poaching. Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles moved 17 of the animals, which are hu…

Zoo animals open food-filled Christmas presents

Over the past few days, zoo animals have been given early Christmas presents in the form of edible treats wrapped up in festive packaging. Here are pictures sagame from zoos in France, Germany, Colombia and New Zealand. A kea parrot ripped…

Spanish TV reporter apologises over emotional live lottery win

A Spanish TV reporter who told her colleagues live on air that she was "not coming to work tomorrow" while sagame clutching a winning lottery ticket had only won a fraction of the total prize. Natalia Escudero, who works for public broadca…

The most read BBC News stories of the last decade

January 2010. Barack Obama was one year into his US presidency, Instagram hadn't been invented and the word sagame Brexit had never been uttered. A decade on, we look back at the most read stories on the BBC News website year by year. It w…