The US president speaks out on the George Floyd case, as jurors consider a verdict for a second day.
Manchester City withdraw from the European Super League (ESL) with Chelsea preparing to do so.
Coronavirus continues to pose "unprecedented risks to travellers", the US state department says.
With a population larger than Brazil, an Indian state struggles to cope as Covid-19 sweeps through it.
Human rights experts urge the UAE to provide "evidence" the daughter of Dubai's ruler is still alive.
Mayur Shelke sprang into action when a six-year-old boy fell on to the tracks.
A new £2.6m briefing room will be used by Boris Johnson and officials instead.
A bill to end private ownership of lions and tigers is proposed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
Pandemic shipping disruptions are contributing to the historic traffic jam of freighters in Oakland.
The YouTuber admitted sending sexually explicit messages to 16-year-old boys earlier this month.
The EU's drugs regulator says the benefits of the Covid-19 vaccine still outweigh the risks.
Judges, police officers and teachers in Quebec will be barred from wearing religious symbols at work.
Zane Michael Floyd was sentenced to death for the fatal shooting of four people in Nevada in 1999.
Its strategy appears to be to "normalise" the incident and and hope media coverage will die down.
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