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Harvey Weinstein accusers welcome rape and sexual assault conviction
Lawyers for the ex-movie mogul, who is taken to hospital with reported chest pains, vow to appeal.
Weinstein legacy: Life after #MeToo
More than two years after the movement went viral, has anything changed?
Coronavirus: World must prepare for pandemic, says WHO
But the UN health body says the coronavirus outbreak does not yet meet the criteria for a pandemic.
Japan shares slump as Asia reacts to global sell-off
Tokyo shares drop sharply while Asian stock markets trade cautiously following big falls in US and UK.
Gui Minhai: Chinese court sentences Swedish bookseller to 10 years jail
Hong Kong based Gui Minhai published books on the personal lives of Chinese Communist Party leaders.
Brazil: Murder rate spikes in Ceará state as police strike
Nearly 150 people have been killed in the north-eastern Ceará state in the first days of the strike.
Canada opens door to expanding assisted dying
Patients would no longer after to prove their natural death is "reasonably foreseeable".
France rock riddle contest gives meaning to mysterious inscription
Two winners split a €2,000 prize for deciphering a riddle on a rock on a beach in western France.
Tearful tributes at Kobe and Gianna Bryant service
Thousands attended a service for the NBA star and his daughter who died in a helicopter crash in January.
Nigeria: Video of manatee dragged along road sparks outrage
Nigeria's government is investigating a video of young men dragging a distressed manatee down a road.
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