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Celebrities hand over Instagram accounts to Black women for UK Black History Month
Influential Black women are taking over the Instagram accounts of their White counterparts on Thursday to mark the beginning of the UK's Black History Month. 
© 2020 CNN 2:15am 

-Hydroxychloroquine didn't protect health care workers from coronavirus, study shows
-Rockets reportedly hit Iraqi base where U.S. troops are located
-Report: White House overrules CDC on temporary ban on cruises
-Pennsylvania's top election official says no 'intentional fraud' when 9 military ballots were discarded
-Brad Parscale stepping away from Trump campaign due to 'overwhelming stress'
-Italian couple set to wed after falling in love from their balconies

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-Huawei executive's extradition is no 'garden-variety' case because of Donald Trump, her lawyer says
-Nominating Amy Coney Barrett is the best thing Trump has done in office
-Red tape for firms is price of leaving "anti-science" EU, Gove says
-Alexei Navalny accuses Putin of his poisoning and vows to return to Russia
-Fighting intensifies in Nagorno-Karabakh as Armenia and Azerbaijan ignore calls for ceasefire
-E.U. launches legal action against U.K. for breaching Brexit deal

When is the Champions League draw and how does it work?
Teams will discover their European fate when the Champions League draw takes place on Thursday and the Europa League draw a day later. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

'We are not going to stand for this' - US team walk off after 'homophobic slur'
San Diego Loyal forfeit a match in protest after an alleged homophobic comment was aimed at their openly gay midfielder Collin Martin. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

NBA Finals: Los Angeles Lakers beat Miami Heat 116-98 in game one
LeBron James says the Los Angeles Lakers still have "a lot more work to do" despite a 116-98 win over the Miami Heat in game one of the NBA finals. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

Growth in UK Covid cases may be slowing
But case numbers remain high and we are still at "a very critical period", a study suggests. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

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Australian jailed for Islamophobic attack on pregnant woman
Stipe Lozina punched and stomped on the woman at least 15 times in a suspected Islamophobic attack. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

Blackbaud: Bank details and passwords at risk in giant charities hack
Millions of people were affected by breach, which firm previously said did not involve bank details. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:35am 

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-October streaming 2020: Top new TV and movie releases

Chrissy Teigen loses baby after pregnancy complications, calling it the 'darkest of days'
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have lost their child following pregnancy complications, the couple announced on their social media accounts. 
© 2020 CNN 2:05am 

-New poll shows Lindsey Graham, Jaime Harrison tied in South Carolina
-Weird Al remixed and auto-tuned the Trump-Biden debate for The New York Times
-Trump keeps claiming Biden, who has recommitted to the next 2 debates, wants to cancel the debates
-After being laid off, Tampa father invents a safe sanitizer for shopping carts
-Children 17 and under contract and spread COVID-19 like adults, large new study finds
-5 new ways leaders can support women during COVID-19
-Police in Ukraine investigate death of US Embassy employee
-US House passes bill to force companies to disclose Xinjiang-sourced materials
-France fears that Turkey is sending mercenaries to Caucasus
-Joe Biden got 1 big thing about climate change right
-EU takes legal action against Britain over U.K. bill that violates Brexit deal, international law
-UN shipping agency says cyber attack disables website
-Chrissy Teigen and John Legend share 'deep pain' after losing baby due to pregnancy complications

FA Cup: Ross Barkley scores stunner for Chelsea against Liverpool in fifth round
Watch Aston Villa's new loan signing, Ross Barkley, score a thunderous strike from outside the box for Chelsea against Liverpool in their 2020 FA Cup fifth-round tie at Stamford Bridge. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

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Schoolboy breaks solo round-Britain sailing record
Timothy Long, 15, set off from Hampshire on 16 July to sail the 1,600-mile voyage. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

UK asylum seekers could be processed on old ferries
Labour describes proposals being considered by the government as "unconscionable". 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

Balrampur: Anger grows after new India 'gang rape' death
The latest incident comes just as another woman died this week after being allegedly gang raped. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

Brexit: EU starts legal action against UK over Brexit deal
It comes after an EU deadline for the UK to ditch powers to override its Brexit divorce deal expired. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

Alexei Navalny blames Vladimir Putin for poisoning him
Germany says Alexei Navalny was poisoned by a Novichok agent but the Kremlin denies any involvement. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:45am 

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