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Sydney storm: Thunder and lightning thrash Australian city
One dead and thousands are left without power after thunderstorms hammer Sydney.
Coronavirus: First passengers disembark from Diamond Princess in Japan
Some Diamond Princess passengers are being allowed to leave if they have tested negative for Covid-19.
737 Max: Debris found in planes' fuel tanks
The discovery raises fresh concerns about potential safety issues for the US plane-making giant.
Camp Hill: Three children among dead in 'horrific' Australia car fire
Three children, all under 10, have died after a car was allegedly set alight in a Brisbane suburb.
Boy Scouts of America: Why is it filing for bankruptcy?
How the childhood organisation became 'the largest paedophile ring on Earth' according to a lawyer.
Coronavirus: How a misleading map went global
A British university says "an incorrect story... spiralled" from its research into the virus's spread.
Jeff Bezos Earth Fund: How can $10bn fight climate change?
Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) to fight climate change - but how should the money be spent?
China economy: Why it matters to you
As China struggles to cope with the coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale of its financial might.
The Ugandan village devastated by elephantiasis
There is no cure for a type of elephantiasis caused by minerals in western Uganda's volcanic soil.
'I clean the Sistine Chapel frescoes'
The BBC has rare access to the annual check-up and cleaning of the Sistine Chapel's masterpieces.