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President Biden delivers his first address to a joint session of the US Congress. He outlined massive spending packages to create green jobs and ensure all children had access to a good education. Also: hospitals in India are overwhelmed as Covid-19 pandemic continues, and the Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins dies aged 90.


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Mr Giuliani denies breaking the law
Experts warn that the true number of deaths could be much higher
Rising anger in India April 27, 2021
The government is under pressure to reveal the true number of Covid deaths
It's thought officials have under-reported the death rate
Millions of doses will be available for export in the coming months, the White House says
Doctors in India say people are dying on the streets outside hospitals
At least 82 people were killed after an oxygen canister exploded
Turkey reacts angrily to the US president's remarks
The health-care system is failing as a record surge in cases drains oxygen supplies
Announcement by outspoken critic of president Putin follows 24 days of refusing food
But can the US persuade other countries to step up efforts to fight climate change?
The virtual summit is attended by forty global leaders
The justice department will probe police practices after the George Floyd murder verdict
Russian President makes criticism in annual 'state of the nation' address
Jurors found Derek Chauvin guilty of all charges over Mr Floyd's death
Idriss Deby died just hours after he was projected to win a sixth term in office
Security has been ramped up around the court building in the US city of Minneapolis
The space agency compares its mission to the Wright brothers’ invention of the aeroplane
At least twelve European football clubs have signed up despite warnings by UEFA