COVID news from January 15: UN-backed vaccine-sharing programme has delivered one billion doses to 144 nations.
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Antony Blinken and Sergey Lavrov meet for discussions in Stockholm as concerns rise over escalation in eastern Ukraine.
Members of UN health agency reach draft consensus on future pandemic treaty as UK says it will call urgent G7 meeting.
World leaders gathered on the first day of COP26 to discuss urgent action to combat global warming.
Move comes after Sudan’s military takes power, declares a state of emergency, and arrests interim PM Abdalla Hamdok.
President Michel Aoun vows to bring perpetrators to justice, as six killed by gunfire and more than 30 others wounded.
Annual General Debate kicks off in New York with speeches from UN chief and leaders of US, China and Iran.
Biden says an open-ended mission in Afghanistan had ‘no clear purpose’ and choice was between leaving or escalating.
Taliban hails withdrawal of US forces as a ‘historic moment’ and says the country has now gained ‘full independence’.