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It's far from over this weekend despite Mercedes' dominance - just ask Mercedes themselves.
Prosecutors seize buildings run by the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, alleging corruption.
Championship club Watford confirm the appointment of Vladimir Ivic as their new head coach.
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Eight members of the Scotland-based Dunedin Consort arrived in the UK with just 10 minutes to spare.
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Holidaymakers had just hours to return to the UK to avoid the 14-day self-isolation requirement.
The Prince of Wales led a two-minute silence, marking the day World War Two ended with Japan's surrender.
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India great and World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni retires after a 16-year international career.
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The BBC speaks to some of those arrested and detained during anti-government protests in Belarus.
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An Australian man documenting his addiction to soft drinks goes viral.
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Holidaymakers weigh up whether to cut their trip short or face quarantine on return to the UK.
A new social media trend takes off in Belarus: men destroying their military or police uniforms.
In Thailand, criticising the royal family can mean secret trials and long prison sentences.
Since the photo went viral, nine people from the school have tested positive and hundreds have been asked to self-isolate.
An Afghan girl was hailed as a hero, but her story was more complicated than it first looked.
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