COVID-19: BioNTech founder behind coronavirus vaccine

The scientist behind the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine says people in the UK could be vaccinated against coronavirus by the middle of next month. Speaking in his first interview with a UK broadcaster, Professor Ugur Sahin, co-founder of German firm BioNTech, said the first vaccines could be rolled out to patients nationwide mid-December.

Survivors return to Auschwitz 75 years on

Survivors return to Auschwitz - 75 years on from camp's liberation.

Some were joined by children and grandchildren at the camp where more than a million people died during World War Two.

Portugal: Europe's dumping ground

'Europe's dumping ground' suspends waste imports over landfill concerns
Portugal has stopped taking waste from abroad to protect its domestic landfill capacity during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sierra Leone: mudslide leaves thousands homeless

Thousands of people remain homeless weeks after the Sierra Leone mudslide disaster.

Hanau shootings: the aftermath

Germany is reeling after nine people were shot dead in the town of Hanau on Wednesday evening in what many is calling an act of far-right terrorism.

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