Tear gas is fired and an overnight curfew imposed amid anger at the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Iran's foreign ministry blames Israel for Sunday's incident at the Natanz uranium enrichment plant.
However he later appeared to backtrack, saying his comments were a "complete misunderstanding".
As Britain grieves his death, so do some Pacific tribespeople who revere him as a spiritual figure.
British actress Nicola Charles alleges that two co-stars contacted Australia's immigration service.
The BBC speaks to the woman who, as a child, witnessed Yuri Gagarin's return to Earth 60 years ago.
Long queues form outside shops reopening in England and Wales as lockdown rules ease around the UK.
The duke says “I will miss my Grandpa, but I know he would want us to get on with the job."
Westminster, Holyrood, Stormont and the Senedd dedicate the day to memories of Prince Philip.
MPs vote to stop flights where the journey could be made by train in under 2.5 hours.
The black army lieutenant filed a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after a traffic stop turned violent.
Millions are participating in the Kumbh Mela even as India overtakes Brazil in Covid infections.
Apple and Google's rules state that no location data from app users can be shared.
The Caribbean island of St Vincent has been blanketed in ash after the La Soufrière volcano erupted.
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