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The jailed opposition leader's wife says she is among those held at a protest in the capital Moscow.
Photographs of National Guard members sheltering underground spark anger among lawmakers.
Arguments will not begin until the week of 8 February, giving the ex-president's lawyers time to prepare.
Stripped of presidential powers and silenced online, can Trump still make a political comeback?
The US host conducted an estimated 50,000 interviews, including with top politicians and celebrities.
Despite the revoking of the Keystone XL permit, the Canadian PM hails "a new era" in bilateral ties.
AstraZeneca is the latest company, after Pfizer, to warn of delivery issues, frustrating officials.
Evidence suggests the variant that emerged in the UK may be more deadly as well as faster-spreading.
Historical documents are uncovered that provide clues to a puzzle that haunted Charles Darwin.
In the city where the virus first emerged there is now an insistence that it came from elsewhere.
Boris Johnson has not ruled out further action to secure the borders amid concerns over Covid variants.
Officials say they want to check the group are "living up to its commitments" as violence continues.
Delaying second Pfizer doses to give more people their first is "difficult to justify", says BMA.
Scottish postie Nathan Evans has quit his job and signed to a record label after storming TikTok with sea shanties.
Thirty-nine Vietnamese migrants suffocated in a sealed container en route to Essex in October 2019.