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BREAKING: Novavax announces that its coronavirus vaccine is effective against variants

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JUST IN: Russian president Putin says claims his country was behind cyber attacks on the US are 'farcical'

Bangladesh GDP 2009: $100 billion 2019: $300 billion

Greece unemployment rate January, 2018: 20.8% January, 2019: 18.4% January, 2020: 16.3% Now: 15.9%

RESEARCH: Waking up an hour earlier could be associated with 23% reduction in the risk of major depression, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado, MIT and Harvard.

GDP of Brazil 2011: $2.6 trillion 2020: $1.4 trillion

JUST IN: Dispute over a mask at a grocery store in Georgia, the United States, results in one person being killed and another two being injured in the shootout.

JUST IN: Beijing says that NATO is exaggerating the threat posed by China


ITALY: 101-year old man who was born during the Spanish Flu pandemic has recovered from a coronavirus infection

JUST IN: The province of Wuhan in China, where the coronavirus outbreak began, reports no new cases for the first time.

2020: - US killing Soleimani and Iran retaliation - Iran downs Ukrainian plane - Trump impeachment - Russian PM resigns - New strand of coronavirus - Philippines volcano eruption - Turkey earthquake - Kashmir avalanche - Australian fires - Indonesia floods - Kobe dead

BREAKING: First dose for possible coronavirus vaccine to be trialled tomorrow in the United States

UNITED KINGDOM: 21 year old woman with no pre-existing medical conditions has died of coronavirus

JUST IN: Tiger at zoo in New York City tests positive for coronavirus