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Biden sets to work on reversing Trump policies with executive orders
The new president starts dismantling his predecessor's legacy, signing a series of executive orders.
Star-studded concert marks Joe Biden's inauguration
Foo Fighters, John Legend, Demi Lovato and Katy Perry all play the Celebrating America concert.
Manila police chief faces sack over rape probe
Was Christine Dacera raped and murdered? Differing accounts in the Philippines have caused outrage.
Kamala Harris: 'Believe in what we can do together'
The new US vice-president speaks of the values President Joe Biden wants to "summon" in America.
China's telecom giants ask for Wall Street relisting
The New York Stock Exchange has already changed its mind several times about delisting the companies.
Elephants counted from space for conservation
Satellite imagery is being used to count elephants in a breakthrough that could aid conservation.
Yellow: K-pop artist Lim Kim bites back against stereotypes
Lim Kim says her music challenges prejudices about Asian women and attacks Orientalism.
Coronavirus: How President Biden plans to tackle the pandemic
America's new president has promised to spend $1.9tn on combatting Covid-19, with a pledge to vaccinate 100 million people in his first 100 days.
Race in South Africa: 'We haven't learnt we are human beings first'
A teacher was charged with fraud for describing himself as "African".
Covid: Israel vaccine fears 'out of context and inaccurate'
Israel is likely to be the first country to see an impact from vaccination - but it is still too early.