The scuffles broke out as police tried to close religious schools that had opened despite coronavirus lockdown rules.
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Pilots in Switzerland are switching the cockpit for the cab as they redeploy as train drivers to keep working in the pandemic.
Rescuers in east China have pulled 11 miners from hundreds of metres underground where they were trapped for two weeks, as the race to locate the remaining 10 intensifies.
Eleven workers trapped for two weeks by an explosion inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday.
Exactly a year ago, Wuhan shocked the world by confining its 11 million inhabitants to their homes, beginning a 76-day lockdown.
The lockdown in the Yau Tsim Mong district will be in place until every resident is tested - something expected to take around 48 hours.
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Thousands turned up to support Russia's jailed opposition figure. Police detained hundreds and were filmed hitting protesters.
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US President Joe Biden signed executive orders to kick-start his recovery plan as he warned the effects of the COVID pandemic will deepen.
Police in Russia clashed with supporters of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in the southeastern city of Khabarovsk
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The Russian city is able to host the event despite the country's ban from all major sporting events over a doping scandal, as Special Olympics International is not a signatory of the World Anti Doping Code.
As the rest of the world continues to grapple with lockdowns and soaring infections, young people in the city, once the epicentre of the novel coronavirus, are enjoying their hard-earned freedom.
Following in the footsteps of #MeTooInceste, #MeTooGay began to trend around the country this week as users shared stories of homosexual abuse.
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison hit back at the search giant saying "we don't respond to threats" after Google said it would remove its services from the country.
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"People shouting or talking on the phone can emit up to fifty times more particles," according to the Spanish National Research Council.
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Ylva Johansson, the European Commissioner for Home Affairs, calls on Frontex, the EU’s border agency, to clarify accusations of involvement in migrant pushbacks.
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The elephants are counted using a computer algorithm trained to identify the creatures against a variety of backdrops.
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European leaders described the 46th President's inauguration speech as "inspiring" and said it was time to bring "conviction and common sense" to help rejuvenate their relationship with the US.