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JUST IN: IMF projects 4.5% GDP growth for the United Kingdom in 2021

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BREAKING: Italy's PM Giuseppe Conte resigns as his coalition collapses

BREAKING: IMF projects 5.5% global GDP growth in 2021

JUST IN: IMF projects 8.1% GDP growth for China in 2021

JUST IN: IMF projects 11.5% GDP growth for India in 2021

IMF projections for GDP growth, 2021. India: 11.5% China: 8.1% Malaysia: 7% Turkey: 6% Spain: 5.9% France: 5.5% US: 5.1% Indonesia: 4.8% UK: 4.5% Mexico: 4.3% Brazil: 3.6% Canada: 3.6% Germany: 3.5% Japan: 3.1% Russia: 3% Italy: 3% Saudi: 2.6% Nigeria: 1.5% Pakistan: 1.5%

JUST IN: Nigeria's president Buhari has sacked Service Chiefs and named replacements

JUST IN: UK coronavirus deaths pass 100,000


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

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: The Pentagon has denied request to deploy National Guard to the US Capitol (Via Aaron Davis of The Washington Post)

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

BREAKING: Doctor who was treating coronavirus in China has died of the virus

JUST IN: Reports of Nigerian security forces opening fire to disperse protesters in Lagos