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Scientists have shortlisted three little-known diseases that they think could become the next global health emergency.
Scientists identify three little-known diseases which could cause the next global health emergency.
President Barack Obama has revealed his advice to Donald Trump in his final press conference.
Lewis Hamilton backs Mercedes' choice of Valtteri Bottas as a replacement for Nico Rosberg, team boss Toto Wolff has said.
US President Barack Obama has spoke of his plans for life after the White House as a private citizen "to process this amazing experience we've gone through".
The president defends his commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence, at his final news conference.
Lucas Leiva heads Liverpool into the lead against Plymouth Argyle in their FA Cup third-round replay.
A supermarket in Moray introduces a "relaxed" lane aimed at making life at the checkout less stressful for some of its more vulnerable customers.
The former president is in intensive care with pneumonia and the ex-first lady is suffering fatigue.
Primates are facing an extinction crisis, according to researchers who have found that 60% of species are under threat.
More than 50 House Democrats are boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony amid a feud between the president-elect and civil rights activist John Lewis.
Manchester United agree a deal to sell Memphis Depay to Lyon for a fee thought to be in the region of £16m.
A report says that 60% of the world's primate species are under threat of extinction.
The day begins early for President-elect Trump at the exclusive White House guest residence.
The 200-tonne ice carousel was created by Janne Kapylehto, using a chainsaw.
World and UK champion Mark Selby begins his Masters campaign with a thrilling final-frame 6-5 win over Mark Williams.
Formula 1's governing body the FIA approves the sale of the sport's commercial rights to Liberty Media.
The BBC's Kevin Connolly gauges reaction in the European Parliament to the UK PM's Brexit pledges.
Former England women's cricket captain Baroness Heyhoe Flint dies aged 77.
A fan who learned his son had died while watching an FA Cup game is to be reunited with two men who comforted him.