1. Top Hong Kong official backs call for controversial security law  Financial Times
  2. Hong Kong leads Asian markets lower on credit downgrade and coronavirus fears  CNN
  3. Carrie Lam suggests foreign influence in Hong Kong protests: 'Perhaps there is something at work'  CNBC
  4. Hong Kong’s stock market index must be relevant  South China Morning Post
  5. Hong Kong v Shenzhen: the battle for supremacy  Financial Times
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  1. Young boy executes Nigerian Christian prisoner in horrifying ISIS video  Daily Mail
  2. ISIS forces child to kill Christian prisoner warning ‘we won’t stop until we take revenge’  Express.co.uk
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  1. UK passport after Brexit: how leaving the EU affects the renewal, rules and validity of your travel document  inews
  2. Moaning Brussels exposes the one way Boris and the UK can thrive in post-Brexit world  Express
  3. Brexit explained: Can I still get healthcare in the EU?  BBC News
  4. Travel after Brexit: here's how summer holidays in Europe will be affected by the UK leaving the EU  inews
  5. Brexit Party MEP Alexandra Phillips rips into 'revolting' EU - 'It is anti-democratic!'  Express
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  1. UK could tap into Africa's $24bn market for off-grid solar power  The Guardian
  2. Rewriting the narrative: the women entrepreneurs set to transform Africa's economy  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Britain must open a new chapter in its relationship with Africa  The Guardian
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Tragedy as body of helpless newborn baby boy found dumped in bin  Mirror OnlineView full coverage on Google News
  1. 'On a good day my wife likes me': Bernie Sanders responds to Hillary Clinton's claim that 'nobody likes him'  The Independent
  2. Bernie Sanders Reacts To Hillary Clinton's Comments Saying 'Nobody Likes Him' | TIME  TIME
  3. Hillary Clinton says ‘nobody likes’ Bernie Sanders and won't commit to backing him  The Guardian
  4. I worked for Hillary Clinton. Her attacks on Bernie Sanders are a big mistake  The Guardian
  5. Biden, Sanders, Social Security and Smears  The New York Times
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  1. Lebanon announces formation of new government  Al Jazeera English
  2. Lebanon protests: New government ends months of deadlock  BBC News
  3. After months of protest, Lebanon forms new government  CNN
  4. Lebanon: A lost eye, the 'price paid for demanding your rights'  Al Jazeera English
  5. Lebanon forms government of technocrats to confront crises  Financial Times
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  1. Trump impeachment trial: Five possible twists ahead  BBC News
  2. Trump on trial: What is happening in the Senate now the president has been impeached  Sky News
  3. Trump promotes bizarre claim that 9/11 attackers were treated better than him  The Independent
  4. The Senate should use its awesome power properly  Financial Times
  5. Trump's Senate impeachment hearings will be driven by the GOP's fear  NBC News
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  1. Donald Trump Impeachment - White House Counsel Pat Cipollone slams 'outrageous' Adam Schiff  The Sun
  2. White House Counsel Pat Cipollone Calls Impeachment Resolution A 'Fair Process' | NBC News  NBC News
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  1. Parents of Irish girl found dead in Malaysia sue resort owner  The Guardian
  2. Nora Quoirin: Family of 15-year-old girl found dead in Malaysia sue resort owner  The Independent
  3. Nora Quoirin's family sue Malaysian resort where teen stayed before she died  Sky News
  4. Tragic teenager's family sues Malaysian resort over her death  ITV News
  5. Nóra Quoirin's parents sue Malaysian resort for alleged negligence  TheJournal.ie
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  1. Canada: Cars buried under snow within hours in Newfoundland  Sky News
  2. Harry and Meghan: Duke of Sussex arrives on Vancouver Island  Sky News
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  1. Mum strangles daughter, 9, then jumps out window after having 'cancer breakdown'  Mirror.co.uk
  2. Mother with terminal cancer murdered her daughter and jumped from 8th floor in Russia  Daily Mail
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  1. Brexit Party MEP complains about not having say on EU law after Brexit  The Independent
  2. Boost for the City as EU firms flock to set up UK offices after Brexit  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. EU citizens must now apply online to legally stay in UK  Al Jazeera English
  4. EHIC after Brexit: what happens to your health insurance card when the UK leaves the EU, and if will still be valid  inews
  5. What Brexodus? More than 1,000 EU firms apply for licence to trade IN UK after Brexit  Express
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Lesbian couple are refused permission to marry at South African wedding venue by Christian owners  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
Why everyone in Japan is talking about this dad - BBC News  BBC NewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Auschwitz laid bare in harrowing colourised images of Nazi death camp where 1.1million Jews died  The Sun
  2. Newly colourised images of Auschwitz 75 years ago reveal horror of the notorious concentration camp  Daily Mail
  3. Why wasn't Auschwitz bombed by the Allies? New doc explores possible answers  Fox News
  4. The Road to Auschwitz Wasn’t Paved With Indifference  The New York Times
  5. Talking to young students about the Holocaust  The Washington Post
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Greta Thunberg Davos speech - Climate change action 'completely insufficient' and 'world is on fire'  The SunView full coverage on Google News
  1. Pope Francis condemns the 'barbaric resurgence' of anti-Semitism  Daily Mail
  2. Pope: Populism is fertile ground to foment anti-Semitism  Washington Post
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  1. Tuesday's national newspaper front pages  Sky News
  2. Prince Harry, terror and the EU: Tuesday front pages are a mixed bag  ITV News
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  1. Newly colourised images of Auschwitz 75 years ago reveal horror of the notorious concentration camp  Daily Mail
  2. Why wasn't Auschwitz bombed by the Allies? New doc explores possible answers  Fox News
  3. Talking to young students about the Holocaust  The Washington Post
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Migrant caravan: Clashes on Mexico-Guatemala border as over 1,000 immigrants march to US  The IndependentView full coverage on Google News
  1. Brexit weekly briefing: farce over Big Ben bong a fitting end to the saga  The Guardian
  2. Boost for the City as EU firms flock to set up UK offices after Brexit  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. EHIC after Brexit: what happens to your health insurance card when the UK leaves the EU, and if it's still valid  inews
  4. Over 1,000 EU financial firms are opening UK offices to beat post-Brexit trading restrictions  The Sun
  5. EU citizens must now apply online to legally stay in UK  Al Jazeera English
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  1. Ian Blackford says Boris is 'disgraceful' for failing to reveal 'Russian interference' in UK democracy  Scotland on Sunday
  2. Remember the Russia report? Boris Johnson would rather you didn't  Mirror Online
  3. Salisbury attack: Novichok deaths still affecting UK-Russia relations, PM tells Putin  Sky News
  4. No change in UK's stance on Salisbury attack, PM tells Putin  The Guardian
  5. Boris Johnson slams Vladimir Putin over Salisbury in talks  Daily Mail
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  1. Chinese New Year UK: How to celebrate Chinese New Year in London  Express
  2. Year of the Rat: When is the Chinese New Year and what is the meaning of the 2020 zodiac sign?  The Independent
  3. Analysis | China Will Rack Up Three Billion Trips During World's Biggest Human Migration  Washington Post
  4. Chinese New Year 2020 date: When is Chinese New Year?  Express
  5. Eight spectacular Chinese New Year 2020 events in Singapore that you must not miss  The Independent
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Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg to face off at Davos  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
  1. 'Couple forced two-year-old boy to live in dog feces-covered home'  Metro.co.uk
  2. US couple allegedly forced boy, 2, to live in inch-deep dog-faeces covered home  7NEWS.com.au
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'Earth sandwich': two men, two slices of bread and 12,724km of filling  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News
  1. ‘I turned down 50,000 francs to rent my shop during Davos’  BBC News
  2. The Davos Plutocrats Warm Up to Trump  The New York Times
  3. Moral Money Davos special: Climate change threatens quant funds  Financial Times
  4. JP Nadda Becomes BJP's President, 50th World Economic Forum At Davos | NDTV Newsroom Live  NDTV
  5. The Story of China’s Economic Rise Unfolds in Switzerland  The New York Times
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  1. Set For Life results LIVE: Winning number's from Monday's Lotto draw  Mirror.co.uk
  2. National Lottery Set For Life results: Winning numbers for Monday January 20 £10,000 a month for 30 years  The Sun
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EHIC after Brexit: what happens to your health insurance card when the UK leaves the EU, and if it's still valid  inewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Titanic wreck set to be stripped of its treasures  The Telegraph
  2. Wreck of the Titanic will be protected for the first time following a 'momentous' treaty with the US  Daily Mail
  3. At last, the Titanic wreck is left to rust in peace  The Times
  4. Daring hunt for hidden treasures inside wreck of Titanic angers British Government  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Titanic Shipwreck to Be Protected Under Treaty with the U.S.  TIME
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  1. Wide-eyed husky abandoned for 'looking weird' finally adopted after pic goes viral  Daily Record
  2. Cross-eyed husky is adopted after photos of her went viral on Facebook  Daily Mail
  3. An abandoned husky with 'weird' eyes has been adopted after her photos went viral  CNN
  4. Goofy-eyed husky rejected by breeder finds love  AOL UK
  5. Beloved, abandoned dog with the crazy eyes has finally been adopted  Boing Boing
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  1. Trump lawyer: President should not testify at impeachment trial  Sky News
  2. Dershowitz in 1998: Doesn't have to be crime to impeach  CNN
  3. Bob Barr on lessons from Clinton impeachment, next steps in Trump's trial  Fox News
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  1. Hundreds of US-bound migrants cross river to reach Mexico  BBC News
  2. Migrant group camps at Guatemala-Mexico border in bid to reach US  Al Jazeera English
  3. Moment massive US-bound caravan of Honduran migrants storms Mexican border  The Sun
  4. Huge migrant caravan storms border from Guatemala to Mexico in bid to reach the U.S.  Daily Mail
  5. Chaos at Guatemala-Mexico border as caravan tries to advance  Al Jazeera America
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  1. Protesters killed as young Iraqis call for change - BBC News  BBC News
  2. Iraqi security forces kill five protesters  Al Jazeera English
  3. Protests reignited in Iraq after government fails to meet protesters' demands  The Telegraph
  4. Dozens wounded as Iraqi protesters up pressure on government  Washington Post
  5. Iraq protesters block roads as they step up calls for reform  Al Jazeera English
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  1. Snow blankets Spain's east coast and waves smash stores along Costa Blanca beaches  Daily Mail
  2. Travellers to Spain warned of 'extreme risk' weather as Storm Gloria batters east coast  Manchester Evening News
  3. Spain walloped by heavy snow, rain, gales that leave 2 dead  Washington Post
  4. Holidaymakers face another 24 hours of Alicante airport chaos as storm sweeps in  Daily Mail
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  1. EHIC after Brexit: here's what happens to your health insurance card when the UK leaves the EU, and if it's still valid  inews
  2. More than 1000 European financial firms seek UK entry, despite Brexit uncertainty  The Times
  3. Boost for the City as EU firms flock to set up UK offices after Brexit  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Brexit explained: Can I still get healthcare in the EU?  BBC News
  5. Britain’s EU Journey: When Churchill urged European unity  Washington Post
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  1. Huawei executive's extradition hearing to start in Vancouver  The Guardian
  2. Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to face extradition hearing  BBC News
  3. Meng Wanzhou, Canada’s Most Famous Detainee, ‘Trapped’ in a Gilded Cage  The New York Times
  4. Extradition hearing of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou gets under way  Financial Times
  5. Meng Wanzhou case: Huawei executive's extradition hearings begin  BBC News
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  1. Lauren Etchells: Mother who endangered her kids in dinghy crossing walks free from court  Sky News
  2. Fugitive Briton who took her children to Jersey on dinghy sentenced  The Guardian
  3. Mother who tried to cross Channel with her kids in dinghy avoids jail  Daily Mail
  4. Mum who risked childrens' lives taking them across English Channel on dinghy walks free  Mirror.co.uk
  5. Woman avoids jail after washing up on Jersey with children in dinghy after years on the run  The Independent
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  1. Norway Right-wing party quits government over jihadi spouse repatriation  The Telegraph
  2. Islamic State bride's repatriation puts Norway government on brink of collapse  Sky News
  3. Norway's government collapses over decision to allow ISIS bride to return to the country from Syria  Daily Mail
  4. Norway populist party quits government over return of suspected ‘Isis bride’ to country  The Independent
  5. Norway's governing coalition collapses over ISIS repatriation  CNN
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  1. Pills, Powder and Smoke by Antony Loewenstein; Say Why to Drugs by Dr Suzi Gage – review  The Guardian
  2. Drug dealers targeting ‘woke’ middle class users by offering ethically sourced cocaine  The Sun
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English journalist 'trapped' in Ireland over extradition bid  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News
  1. Brexit: UK rules out Gibraltar-EU travel deal  BBC News
  2. Spain issued warning over plot to exploit Brexit to SEIZE control of Gibraltar from UK  Express
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  1. Live export: animals at risk in giant global industry  The Guardian
  2. Animals farmed investigates: the huge global trade in live animals  The Guardian
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  1. Kim Jong Un sacks foreign minister, says report  Financial Times
  2. How Prince Andrew's tycoon friend hatched a plot to become Kim Jong Un's private banker  Daily Mail
  3. World War 3: Kim Jong-Un ‘confident’ new North Korea weapon strong enough to terrify US  Express.co.uk
  4. Trump’s hallmark foreign policy failure? ‘Maximum pressure.’  The Washington Post
  5. No. 2 US general says North Korea building new missiles 'as fast as anybody on the planet'  CNN
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  1. Huge dust storms in Australia hit central New South Wales  The Guardian
  2. Dust storms and golf ball-sized hail are battering southeastern Australia  CNN
  3. Dust storms and giant hail batter bushfire-weary Australia  Bangkok Post
  4. NSW Central West: Pictures of Canowindra, Parkes hit by huge dust storm  Daily Telegraph
  5. Drone footage shows massive dust storm sweeping across central New South Wales  Guardian News
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  1. University student from New Zealand creates an 'earth sandwich' with stranger in Spain  Daily Mail
  2. Auckland University student creates 'Earth sandwich' with help from man in Spain  TVNZ
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Climate refugees can't be returned home, says landmark UN human rights ruling  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News
  1. Malaysia sends plastic waste back to UK insisting it is not world's 'rubbish dump'  Sky News
  2. Malaysia will not become world's dumping ground, minister says  ITV News
  3. Malaysia sends back trash, says won’t be world’s waste bin  Washington Post
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Tens of thousands from Italy's 'sardines' movement demonstrate against Matteo Salvini  The TelegraphView full coverage on Google News