BBC News BBC News BBC News The Aboriginal boy teaching Australia a lesson A film about an Aboriginal boy's experience of school shines a light on Australia's failure to give all children a fair start. WHO approves Chinese Covid vaccine It says the Sinopharm vaccine, which has been given to millions of people, is safe and effective. US election officials drop Trump hush money probe The former president faced investigation over a payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Dozens hurt in Jerusalem mosque clashes At least 163 Palestinians and six Israeli police are injured in protests over evictions in Jerusalem. Portugal and Israel on quarantine-free list Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announces a green list of countries deemed safe for travel from England. Big Chinese rocket segment set to fall to Earth Tracking radars are following closely the gradual fall to Earth of a large Chinese rocket vehicle. SNP hopes of majority remain on a knife edge The party gains a seat from Labour and two from the Conservatives but misses out on other key targets. South Carolina to allow executions by firing squad One state lawmaker said it would be more humane than the electric chair option currently allowed. BBC shocked by fresh Noel Clarke allegations The Guardian newspaper reports that five women allege he sexually harassed them on the Doctor Who set. German call to ban 'Jewish star' at Covid demos The anti-Semitism commissioner urges officials to stop protesters "relativising" the Holocaust.