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Jun 06, 2020 06:41PM

George Floyd: Thousands protest against racism across US

Peaceful rallies are held in major cities on the 12th day of protests sparked by George Floyd's death.

Jun 06, 2020 03:27PM

Two Buffalo policemen charged for shoving 75-year-old protester

The officers filmed pushing a man, 75, to the ground have been charged with second degree-assault.

Jun 06, 2020 05:58PM

'Billions of people' to feel virus economic impact

World Bank President David Malpass says billions of people will have their livelihoods affected.

Jun 06, 2020 06:41AM

Vatican arrest man over luxury property deal

The Vatican's £160m ($200m) purchase of a London apartment block is under investigation.

Jun 06, 2020 12:34PM

Coronavirus: Far-right Rome protest turns briefly violent

A rally by extremists and football fans over the government's response ended in clashes with police.

Jun 05, 2020 04:14PM

Coronavirus face mask lights up with moving mouth shapes

A games designer creates a face mask that shows animated mouth shapes as you speak.

Jun 06, 2020 03:58AM

Coronavirus: WHO advises to wear masks in public areas

The World Health Organization changes its guidance saying masks can help stop the spread of the virus.

Jun 06, 2020 10:49AM

Afghans condemn Iran police after refugees die in car fire

Three Afghan refugees died when Iranian police shot at a car, causing it to crash and catch alight.

Jun 06, 2020 04:10AM

George Floyd death: Australians defy virus in mass anti-racism rallies

Protesters march in support of George Floyd and indigenous Australians despite coronavirus warnings.

Jun 05, 2020 10:40PM

Coronavirus: India overtakes Italy in cases amid easing of lockdown

India passes Italy in confirmed cases, with hospitals struggling to cope with the rising infections.

Jun 05, 2020 04:16PM

Coronavirus: Is China bolder in the wake of the pandemic?

As the rest of the world reels from the pandemic, China is pushing ahead with the pursuit of its national interest.

Jun 06, 2020 07:35AM

Trump 'approves plan' to cut US troops in Germany

The US president reportedly wants to reduce the number by 9,500, or more than a quarter.

Jun 06, 2020 01:38AM

NFL says players' protests during national anthem should be allowed

The National Football League previously banned its players from dropping to one knee before games.

Jun 06, 2020 04:06PM

Coronavirus: Paris returns to cafe life with new normal

Unrecognisable by its emptiness during lockdown, Paris rediscovers its raison d'Ítre.

Jun 06, 2020 04:07PM

Why firms are speaking out about racism

The outpouring of support for protesters from corporate America is a marked shift.

Jun 06, 2020 04:10PM

Coronavirus: How map hacks and buttocks helped Taiwan fight Covid-19

Taiwan credits civic hackers and memes with helping keep down the coronavirus death toll.

Jun 06, 2020 04:29PM

Discovering Colombia's rare flora and fauna

An expedition of top UK botanists into previously unexplored rainforest in Colombia found rare species.

Jun 06, 2020 04:15PM

Lessons from Asia's new virus spikes

Asia was the first to experience the virus, the first to exit lockdown, and now has new spikes.

Jun 06, 2020 09:20AM

The stylist helping Kaepernick in his fight against injustice

Colin Kaepernick's stylist, Rachel Johnson, explains how she supports the American Football player's fight against racial injustice through fashion.

Jun 06, 2020 05:27AM

This is not the last pandemic

Pandemic hunting scientists warn of a 'perfect storm' for new diseases to emerge from wildlife.

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