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Fishing rights continue to cast a shadow over Brexit trade talks

Fishing rights continue to be a stumbling block in Brexit trade talks with both sides digging in their heels.

Monolith mystery continues as third structure appears in California - follows Utah and Romania finds

The monolith discovery in California is the third such find this year after the structures were mysteriously erected in Utah and Romania, too.

Passengers staying at a destination under 72 hours should be exempt from quarantines, EU bodies say

The move could signal the return of international business travel and provide a significant economic boost in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ethiopian forces 'blocking' refugees from embattled Tigray region from entering Sudan

Refugees fleeing the violence in the Tigray region were stopped from reaching the busiest crossing point for refugees on the Sudanese border, according to the latest reports.

Astronomers produce most detailed 3D map yet of the Milky Way

The first accurate 3D map of the Milky Way has been unveiled by the European Space Agency which could help shed fresh light on the Galaxy.

Bristol explosion: Four dead and another injured after large blast at UK sewage plant

Authorities have confirmed there are a "number of casualties" in the blast, which is believed to taken place in a chemical tank at a water recycling centre.

Facebook vows to tackle vaccine misinformation on its platform

Facebook will also be investing $100 million (€82m) in the news industry and supporting fact-checkers.

France to start coronavirus vaccinations in January, says PM Castex

The number of vaccines France is set to have access to is "more than we need," said Castex, adding it was a "question of weeks" until the first orders arrived.

US sees record deaths and hospitalisations as coronavirus crisis worsens

Topping 2,700 deaths a day, the country has now a total of over 270,000 deaths and 13.9 million cases

Boris Johnson urges caution as UK becomes first country to authorise Pfizer/BioNTech COVID vaccine

UK Health Minister Matt Hancock announced that the country is the first to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

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