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Formula 1: Romain Grosjean says he's 'sort of okay' after surviving high-speed crash at Bahrain GP
Formula 1 racing driver Romain Grosjean has said he is "sort of okay" after surviving a horror crash during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
COVID-19: UK deaths down in last 24 hours with 215 fatalities and 12,155 cases
Another 12,155 COVID-19 cases and 215 deaths of people who have tested positive for the virus have been recorded in the UK in the past 24 hours.
Biggest overhaul of farming in 50 years unveiled to tackle climate change
The biggest overhaul of agricultural policies in half a century has been unveiled by the government in a bid to create more sustainable farming and tackle climate change.
Maradona's doctor has home and office searched as star's death investigated
Searches have been carried out at the home and office of Diego Maradona's doctor as part of an investigation into the football legend's death.
COVID-19: US in 'precarious situation' ahead of Christmas as millions travel for Thanksgiving
The US is entering into a "precarious situation" just before Christmas, according to the country's top advisor on COVID-19.
COVID-19: Santa's grottos and carol singing allowed in new Christmas guidance
Santa's grottos, nativity plays and door-to-door carol singing will be permitted once lockdown ends, according to new Christmas guidance.
Elephant helped by Cher relocated to new animal sanctuary
Pakistan's loneliest elephant is being relocated to a new sanctuary in Cambodia after popstar Cher campaigned for him to be rescued.
Papa Bouba Diop, Senegal's World Cup hero and former Premier League player, dies aged 42
Senegal legend Papa Bouba Diop, who scored the goal that delivered one of the greatest upsets in World Cup history, has died aged 42.
Queen thanks 'wonderful' efforts of Commonwealth volunteers in video call
The Queen has thanked Commonwealth volunteers for their "wonderful" efforts during a chatty video call.
UK drug manufacturing given £20m boost to deal with future pandemics
The UK's medicine manufacturing industry is being given a £20m boost to help the response to future pandemics, the prime minister has announced.