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Charlie D'Agata is a CBS News foreign correspondent based in their London Bureau since 2011.

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Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial shows up to 90% effectiveness

The coronavirus vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford is up to 90% effective in preventing the disease, with clinical trials also showing that it may stop transmission..
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ER doctor discusses AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine and a new antibody treatment

With one week left in November, the U.S. has already seen its highest monthly coronavirus case total. This comes as AstraZeneca announced that trials show its vaccine is up to 90% effective. CBS News'..
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AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine up to 90% effective, late stage trials show

Another potential coronavirus vaccine is showing promising results. Charlie D'Agata reports from Oxford University in England on the AstraZeneca vaccine trial.
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Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine showing effectiveness in older adults

Progress is quickly being made in the race for a coronavirus vaccine. AstraZeneca says the vaccine it is developing at Oxford University in London is highly effective in older adults. This is the third..
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Phase 2 results of Oxford, AstraZeneca vaccine trial show promising results

Scientists in England say the latest results of the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine show it's safe and provokes an immune response. It joins a growing list of vaccine candidates that have proven successful and..
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Mass coronavirus testing pilot program underway in U.K.

A mass coronavirus testing pilot program is underway in the U.K. following a surge in new cases. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata joined CBSN from Liverpool, England, which saw more than..
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At least 1 killed and several wounded in Vienna terror attack

At least one person was killed in a terror attack in the Austrian capital of Vienna. Several others were wounded, and the alleged attackers were on the run. Charlie D'Agata has the latest.
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Actor Johnny Depp loses libel lawsuit in London court

A London court has ruled against actor Johnny Depp in a libel lawsuit. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports for CBSN.
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Rival parties in Libya sign cease-fire deal

Rival sides in Libya's conflict signed a permanent cease-fire agreement on Friday, a deal the United Nations billed as historic after years of fighting. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata..
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Race to find a COVID-19 vaccine as cases rise worldwide

The race for a COVID-19 vaccine is heating up as cases rise worldwide. The chair of the U.K. Vaccine Taskforce says there's a slim chance a vaccine may be ready by Christmas. CBS News foreign..
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Europe races to combat second wave of coronavirus with new lockdowns

As thousands of new cases of COVID-19 emerge across Europe, the World Health Organization is warning leaders to step up with tougher lockdown measures. Charlie D’Agata takes a closer look.
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ClimateWatch: Prince William launches "Earthshot Prize"

Prince William is teaming up with Sir David Attenborough to launch a program that offers millions of dollars to anyone who comes up with solutions to a number of global environmental issues. CBS News..
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World leaders wish President Trump a speedy recovery from COVID-19

President Trump is receiving an outpouring of well-wishes after announcing he and the first lady tested positive for the coronavirus. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News foreign correspondent..
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Trump joins list of world leaders diagnosed with COVID-19

President Trump announced in a tweet on Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus. The tweet sparked a flurry of messages from other world leaders, including..
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President Trump joins other world leaders who've tested positive for COVID-19 while in office

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson ended up in the ICU with COVID-19 and has appeared physically weaker since being ill. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is among other high profile leaders to have..
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U.K. centenarian hero Capt. Tom signs a movie deal

British veteran and global sensation Captain Tom Moore and his daughter have signed a seven-figure deal to make a movie of his remarkable life. CBS' Charlie D'Agata asks the 100-year-old fundraising..
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Two people stabbed in Paris near former headquarters of Charlie Hebdo

A stabbing attack in Paris left two people hospitalized in critical condition. The attack occurred near the former office of Charlie Hebdo, and authorities are investigating the assailant's ties to..
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Knife attack near former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris

At least two people were slashed in a knife attack near the former Charlie Hebdo newspaper office in Paris, where Islamic extremists murdered 12 people five years ago. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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James Bond's Aston Martin is back on the market for $3.5 million

The Aston Martin DB5 has become as much a part of James Bond's identity as a shaken martini. The iconic car has been Bond's much-loved vehicle since 1964, and is now being faithfully rebuilt for..
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Associates of Putin critic Alexei Navalny say he was poisoned at Siberian hotel

Associates of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny say he was likely poisoned with a Soviet-era nerve agent at a hotel in Siberia, not at an airport as originally suspected. As CBS News' Charlie..
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Russia's most prominent opposition figure is doing better after suspected Novichok attack

Alexei Navalny, a high-profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has been awakened from a medically induced coma after he was apparently poisoned with a nerve agent. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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U.N. calls for investigation into apparent poisoning of Putin critic Alexei Navalny

The United Nations is demanding a full investigation into the apparent poisoning of Alexei Nalvany, a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Navalny is finally out of a medically induced..
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Some European countries seeing surge in coronavirus cases

As Russia makes plans to begin testing its coronavirus vaccine on tens of thousands of volunteers, several European countries are reporting a surge of new COVID-19 cases. Charlie D'Agata has details.
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Italy on nationwide lockdown as coronavirus cases surge

Italian authorities have imposed drastic measures to try to curtail the worst coronavirus outbreak in Europe. Public gatherings are banned, sporting events canceled and non-essential travel virtually..
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Queen Elizabeth calls emergency royal family meeting to discuss "Megxit" controversy

Queen Elizabeth and Princes Charles, William and Harry all gathered at Sandringham Monday to discuss Harry and Meghan's surprise decision last week to step back from their senior royal duties. CBS News..
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Germany identifies nerve agent used to poison Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny

Test results show Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent, which was the same one used in an earlier attack on one of Vladimir Putin's enemies. Charlie..
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Coronavirus cases surge across Europe amid fears of second wave

Several European countries are seeing a dramatic new surge of coronavirus infections, leading some to consider new quarantine measures for travelers. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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A look at the biotech facility producing Oxford's COVID-19 vaccine

With scientists around the world racing to develop coronavirus vaccines, a new report says the Trump administration is considering emergency use authorization of a vaccine being developed at Oxford..
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Biotech lab develops blueprint to fast-track coronavirus vaccine production

Drugmaker AstraZeneca's vaccine is now in advanced trials and the company says it has the capacity to make 3 billion doses when the vaccine is ready. Charlie D'Agata has the latest in CBS News' series..
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U.N. warns North Korea leader could face trial

A United Nations panel is blasting the alleged culture of torture and killings by the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and he could face the threat of criminal prosecution. Charlie D'Agata..
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Catastrophic flooding swallows neighborhoods in Britain

For months, Britain has been battered by savage winter storms packing hurricane-force winds and torrential rain that has led to historic flooding. With rivers overflowing and the ground already..
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Relentless rain wreaks havoc on southern England

The rainiest January on record has caused catastrophic flooding in parts of southern England, where streets have been turned into rivers and fields into lakes. Some towns and communities have been cut..
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Ukrainian protestors vow to attack if elections not held

The situation in Kiev, Ukraine, is in a tense standoff as the clock is ticking on a 24-hour deadline set Wednesday by opposition leaders for the government to grant elections or protestors will attack...
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Security concerns loom over U.S. Olympians

With Russian anti-terror forces on high alert, and speculation that the security perimeter around Sochi may have been breached, U.S. Olympians are altering their plans and taking precautions ahead of..
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Kabul suicide bombing kills 21, including 3 Americans

A suicide bombing at a restaurant popular with foreigners in Kabul, Afghanistan, killed 21 people, including three Americans. The Taliban has claimed responsibility and says the attack was a reprisal..
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What the peace deal between Israel and United Arab Emirates means for Middle East

President Trump announced Thursday Israel and the United Arab Emirates have struck a deal to normalize relations. UAE would join Egypt and Jordan as the only Arab nations to have such an agreement with..
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Picasso masterpiece to be raffled at auction

Sotheby's Paris is raffling off "Man in the Opera Hat," a million-dollar work by Pablo Picasso, and it only costs $130 for a charity raffle ticket. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
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President Trump takes credit for peace deal between Israel and United Arab Emirates

In a surprise announcement, President Trump said Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to establish full diplomatic relations. The agreement would allow travel and trade between the two..
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Ukraine's pro-Russian government faces growing protests

Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered in the biggest show of strength yet denouncing its government's decision not to sign a trade deal with the European Union, and instead strengthening ties..
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Glasgow pub tragedy: Helicopter crash kills nine

Scottish authorities are investigating what caused a police helicopter to crash into a crowded Glasgow pub, killing nine people. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Suicide attack in Kabul as U.S., tribal leaders prepare for discussion

A car packed with explosives rammed a security post in Kabul where tribal leaders will meet with U.S. officials next week to discuss a security agreement. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Russia approves first COVID-19 vaccine

President Vladimir Putin declared that Russia has approved a vaccine for the coronavirus, but it comes after less than two months of testing. Charlie D'Agata has the latest.
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Race to rescue survivors after Beirut blast kills at least 137

At least 137 people were killed in the devastating explosions in Beirut, Lebanon. A number of officials in charge of Beirut's port are now under house arrest, possibly facing "the harshest punishment"..
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Beirut death toll likely to rise after massive blast blamed on improperly-stored explosives

The death toll after Monday's horrific explosion in Beirut is sure to rise, officials say, as rescue operations continue. Up to 300,000 people have been left homeless after the blast, and the economic..
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Blast of highly explosive material kills dozens, injures thousands in Beirut, Lebanon

Huge explosions rocked Lebanon's capital city, killing dozens of people and injuring thousands more, and sending an enormous blast wave across the city. The blast was seen around the city, and..
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Rapidly decaying Titanic could disappear in decades

rapidly decaying titanic could disappear in decades
Time and tides have been unkind to the Titanic. Explorers on the first manned voyage in nearly 15 years were astonished to find its rapid decay. Charlie D'Agata explains. ......
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