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Sahara desert: Rare snowfall leaves extraordinary pattern on sand dunes
Snow has fallen in the Sahara desert after temperatures dropped to -3C (27F).
Bobi Wine: Uganda's pop star politician makes plea to the world after being 'made prisoner in his own home'
There is a road north of the capital, Kampala, that few Ugandans wish to follow.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas: 'I want to get South Asian stories influxed into Hollywood'
Priyanka Chopra Jonas has told Sky News she is determined to get South Asian stories "influxed" into Hollywood.
Melania Trump says 'violence is never the answer' in White House farewell speech
First Lady Melania Trump has advised Americans that "violence is never the answer" in her White House farewell speech.
Alexei Navalny: Putin critic urges Russians to 'take to the streets' after 30-day detainment order
Putin critic Alexei Navalny has urged Russians to "take to the streets" after a judge ordered that he be kept in custody for at least 30 days.
China gold mine blast: 12 trapped workers still alive following explosion last week
Twelve miners are still alive a week after an explosion trapped 22 workers underground at a Chinese gold mine, state media says.
Guatemala: Honduran migrants heading for US camp out after violent clashes with troops
Around 2,000 Honduran migrants are said to be camped out in eastern Guatemala after security forces used sticks and tear gas to stop their passage towards the US.
Into The Grey Zone: Political violence 'much more likely' when facts are undermined
The risk of political violence increases when people are unable to agree on facts, a leading author on disinformation has warned, as the US braces for more protests from Donald Trump supporters ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration.
COVID-19: Man 'lived in Chicago airport in secret for three months' - as virus made him 'too scared' to fly home
A 36-year-old man lived undetected in a secure section of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport for three months because he was "too scared" to go home due to COVID-19, US prosecutors say.
British Virgin Islands: Inquiry into claims of corruption and political interference - all with the public purse
Claims of widespread corruption and fraud involving millions of pounds of public money are being investigated on the British Virgin Islands.