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Coronavirus: Face masks and social distancing do work, but are not foolproof says study
Social distancing can limit the chance of catching coronavirus to under 3%, according to the most comprehensive study so far.
Growing rivalry with China risks 'eventual conflict' warns defence committee chair
Boris Johnson is set to chair a meeting of Britain's National Security Council (NSC) on Tuesday, with China the one topic on the agenda, Sky News understands.
Coronavirus: China would welcome 'international review' into COVID-19 pandemic, says ambassador to UK
China would welcome an "international review" into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, Beijing's ambassador to the UK has told Sky News.
Coronavirus 'no longer clinically exists in Italy', top doctor says
COVID-19 is losing its potency and no longer clinically exists in Italy, a senior Italian doctor has claimed.
Ebola: Congo hit by second outbreak as country faces coronavirus and measles crises
A second Ebola outbreak has hit Congo as the country struggles to cope with coronavirus and the world's largest measles outbreak, health officials have announced.
Coronavirus: Spain reports no COVID-19 deaths for first time since March
For the first time in two months, Spain has reported no new deaths from coronavirus in its daily update.
Coronavirus: Questions over Gilead trades that made millions on possible treatment
Questions are being asked about the trading in shares of a US pharmaceutical company ahead of good news about a possible coronavirus treatment.
Coronavirus: Bolsonaro's Trump-like theatre ignores the crisis gripping Brazil
A posse of mule-riding cowboys and cowgirls, Brazilian flags aloft, trot along the vast parks that are the centre of Brasilia, the country's capital.
Plastic Nile: Three-quarters of fish in world's longest river contain microplastics
Sky News has carried out the first ever scientific research into plastic pollution in the River Nile - and discovered that a staggering three-quarters of the fish analysed contained microplastics.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong bans Tiananmen vigil amid rush to apply for UK passports
Hong Kong has banned an annual Tiananmen Square vigil for the first time in 30 years, as residents rushed to apply for passports that could allow them to move to the UK.