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Covid-19: France PM Castex announces tighter curfew
The curfew means everyone must be home by 18:00 unless they are returning from school or work.
Italy political crisis erupts over EU Covid spending
Prime Minister Conteís government is torpedoed by ex-PM Renzi pulling ministers from his party out.
The Blue Lotus: Rare Tintin painting sells for record 3.2m
The record-breaking illustration was originally intended as the cover of the fifth Tintin book.
Siegfried Fischbacher: Member of magic duo Siegfried and Roy dies aged 81
Illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher and partner Roy Horn were an institution in Las Vegas and beyond.
Covid contraction shrinks German economy by 5%
Figures for 2020 show a sharp decline, but less severe than many economists had expected.
German freight giant DB Schenker pauses UK deliveries
DB Schenker, owned by rail firm Deutsche Bahn, is suspending UK deliveries over Brexit bureaucracy.
Gatwick: Norwegian axes 1,000 jobs at airport in long haul cuts
Norwegian has abandoned its long-haul network, but Gatwick says demand for slots remains strong.
New ferry switches route over Brexit
The Stena Embla was to sail between Belfast to Liverpool but moves in a Brexit busting move .
Scottish seafood exports to EU delayed for further five days
The transport company that handles most of the trade to EU countries has blamed delays in getting the right paperwork.
Belgian kingís car hit during riots over death in police custody
Violence breaks out as hundreds gather at a police station over the death of a 23-year-old in custody.
Spanish Super Cup: Barcelona beat Real Sociedad on penalties to reach final
Barcelona are through to the Spanish Super Cup final after beating Real Sociedad 3-2 in a semi-final penalty shootout.
Brexit leaves Spainís Costa Brits facing dilemmas
British expats in Spain tell the BBC how the new post-Brexit rules have changed their lives.
Coronavirus: British tourist blamed for Lauberhorn ski race cancellation
The famous Lauberhorn ski event is cancelled after a spike in Covid-19 cases linked to one tourist.
Evaristo de Macedo: The record-breaking Brazilian loved by Barca & Madrid
Barcelonaís first Brazilian striker left for Real Madrid, managed Iraq with Saddam Husseinís son and beat Pele to a goalscoring record.
Brexit: Five surprising consequences
Confiscated ham sandwiches, delayed Scottish salmon and other fallout from the new regime.
Coronavirus: Virus provides leaps in scientific understanding
How a year of intense scientific effort unravelled the secrets of a virus that shut down the world.
Brexit: UK driver has ham sandwiches confiscated at Dutch border
Dutch TV films officials confiscating ham sandwiches from UK drivers under new food import rules.
Plastic surgery: Surgeons who target black women and use influencers for promotion
A BBC investigation finds women suffered life-changing conditions after going to Turkey for surgery.
The secret artists creating miniature buildings for street mice
From record stores to pharmacies, secret artist group AnonyMouse have been creating little places for mice.
Storm Filomena: Heavy snowfall closes roads in Madrid
Spainís Interior Minister has said the country was facing the most intense storm in the last 50 years .
Belgium after Brexit: How the change will affect popular exports
Companies that trade with the UK say higher prices and less choice are on the way.
Early adventures in snow and cinema
The story of the German director who pioneered mountain filming .
Huge sinkhole appears in Italy hospital car park
Itís around 50 metres wide and caused a power outage in the Ospedale del Mare in Naples, Italy.