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How to download Instagram videos and stories

Download your fave Instagram videos and stories with our handy guide.
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Senate Republicans Just Showed They're Not Going To Back Trump’s Impeachment

Just five out of 50 Senate Republicans agreed thatTrump’s impeachment trial was even constitutional.
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100,000 deaths: reflecting on those we have lost - channel 4

100,000 deaths: reflecting on those we have lost

100,000 lives lost: a figure that seemed inconceivable a year ago.
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Why historic injustices are causing vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minorities - channel 4

Why historic injustices are causing vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minorities

It's the escape route out of this endless cycle of lockdowns, but not everyone is equally enthusiastic about the Covid vaccine. 
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House sends Trump impeachment article to Senate - channel 4

House sends Trump impeachment article to Senate

The first steps in Mr Trump's impeachment trial have begun.
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Violent protests as Indian farmers press Modi government’s on agricultural reforms - channel 4

Violent protests as Indian farmers press Modi government’s on agricultural reforms

In a showdown of tractors versus tanks, thousands of farmers have taken to the streets of Delhi in protest over India's new agriculture reforms. 
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Clashes erupt between Lebanese army and Covid lockdown protesters, Red Cross says dozens injured (VIDEOS) - rt

Clashes erupt between Lebanese army and Covid lockdown protesters, Red Cross says dozens injured (VIDEOS)

Demonstrators in Lebanon have taken to the streets for a second consecutive night to protest against the two-week extension of curfews and business closures designed to halt the spread of Covid-19.
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Covid pushes unemployment up to 5% - channel 4

Covid pushes unemployment up to 5%

The number of people out of work across the UK has continued to rise. The impact of the Covid crisis on the jobs market has pushed unemployment up to 5%, with more than 800,000 workers dropping off company payrolls since the pandemic began. But even this doesn’t reveal the true picture, with millions of people…
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CCTV footage of hours leading up to man’s death shown in public for first time - channel 4

CCTV footage of hours leading up to man’s death shown in public for first time

CCTV footage of the hours leading up to death of a man in police custody has been shown in public for the first time in seven years.
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EU threatens to impose controls on Pfizer vaccine exports - channel 4

EU threatens to impose controls on Pfizer vaccine exports

The government has insisted that vaccine supplies to the UK won't be affected, after the European Commission threatened to block exports of vaccines manufactured inside the EU. 
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UK quarantine hotels could be set up to combat Covid spread - channel 4

UK quarantine hotels could be set up to combat Covid spread

Travellers arriving in Britain from coronavirus hotspots could be made to quarantine in designated hotels, to limit the spread of new variants of the virus. Ministers are meeting this evening to discuss the proposals. They could be imposed on people flying in from parts of the world where virulent new strains have broken out, like…
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‘The more social distancing, the faster the virus will decay’ – SAGE scientist Sir Mark Walport - channel 4

‘The more social distancing, the faster the virus will decay’ – SAGE scientist Sir Mark Walport

We’re joined by Professor Sir Mark Walport, who is a SAGE adviser and former Chief Scientific Adviser.
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Johnson ‘deeply sorry’ as UK Covid deaths exceed 100,000 - channel 4

Johnson ‘deeply sorry’ as UK Covid deaths exceed 100,000

Boris Johnson has given a personal apology for the 100,000 lives lost to Covid in the UK. 
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What do the biggest protests in the world mean for India’s government? - channel 4

What do the biggest protests in the world mean for India’s government?

India is currently witnessing not just the biggest protests in its history - but the largest demonstrations in the world.
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Trump Isn’t Through With the GOP Just Yet - vice

Trump Isn’t Through With the GOP Just Yet

The former president has opened an office in Florida, and insists he's not starting a new political party.
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A Dozen Cops Have Been Charged After a No-Knock Raid Killed a Couple and Their Dog - vice

A Dozen Cops Have Been Charged After a No-Knock Raid Killed a Couple and Their Dog

The 2019 incident kicked off an investigation leading to murder charges and the discovery of an elaborate scheme to steal overtime pay.
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‘I am deeply sorry’: Johnson takes ‘full responsibility’ as UK Covid deaths pass 100,000 and health chief warns of more to come - rt

‘I am deeply sorry’: Johnson takes ‘full responsibility’ as UK Covid deaths pass 100,000 and health chief warns of more to come

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered his condolences to families bereaved by coronavirus and said he took “full responsibility”, after the nation passed the grim milestone of 100,000 Covid-19 deaths.
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Billionaire brawl: Musk blasts Bezos’ Amazon over effort to ‘hamstring’ SpaceX Starlink satellite internet project - rt

Billionaire brawl: Musk blasts Bezos’ Amazon over effort to ‘hamstring’ SpaceX Starlink satellite internet project

The world’s wealthiest men Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are embroiled in a battle in front of US regulators over rival satellite internet projects. On Tuesday SpaceX CEO Musk accused Bezos’ Amazon of trying to “hamstring” his system.
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Man claims ‘sexual harassment by colleague who spanked him at golf club’ - metro

Man claims ‘sexual harassment by colleague who spanked him at golf club’

A preliminary judgment in the case states that it appeared the complaint 'was not properly investigated'.
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When will schools reopen after lockdown? - metro

When will schools reopen after lockdown?

The Education Secretary has said there will be a two week warning before schools reopen.
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‘Perfect storm’: WHO warns second year of fighting Covid-19 could be ‘even tougher’ than the first

‘Perfect storm’: WHO warns second year of fighting Covid-19 could be ‘even tougher’ than the first

rt - 1 week ago

Ongoing transmission dynamics show the world needs to brace for an even tougher year of fighting Covid-19, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned, while the disease has turned into the perfect storm in Europe and the US.

“We are going into a second year of this, it could even be tougher given the transmission dynamics and some of the issues that we are seeing,” WHO’s Health Emergencies chief, Mike Ryan, said during a Q&A session broadcast online on Wednesday.

Following a drop in new cases reported over the holiday season, the numbers are “picking up” again – and the overall picture does not look particularly promising, the senior official admitted.

Ryan’s words were echoed by Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead for its Health Emergencies Programme. “After the holidays, in some countries the situation will get a lot worse before it gets better,” she warned. 

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