The Brumadinho tailings dam disaster in Brazil has killed more than 100 people as of Thursday, with hundreds more missing and feared dead. This video shows the moment the disaster began. Photo: AP/Globo TV
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Nicola Sturgeon has said “there are a lot of reasons to be optimistic” as the daily vaccine tally hit a record high and coronavirus hospital admissions began to fall.Amid criticism for the slower