Boris Johnson wants to allow "as many family members as possible" to attend amid the 30-guest limit.
Thousands of people in Saint Vincent have been evacuated after the La Soufrière volcano erupted.
Activists say more than 80 people were killed in the city of Bago in protests against the military coup.
The Pope adds his condolences as tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh pour in from across the world.
Giorgos Karaivaz was shot with a silenced weapon by two men on a moped outside his home in Athens.
The e-commerce company Alibaba Group is fined $2.75bn for violating anti-monopoly rules.
The young left-wing candidate Andrés Arauz faces pro-market former banker Guillermo Lasso.
More than 100 diners at a Paris restaurant are fined and the manager arrested for violating Covid restrictions.
On the Good Friday Agreement's anniversary, the Irish PM warns against a "spiral back" to violence.
Rachael Blackmore, riding Minella Times, becomes the first female jockey to win the Aintree race.
The US performer, whose real name was Earl Simmons, suffered a heart attack earlier this month.
Supply deals between wealthy nations risk worsening vaccine inequality, the health body says.
A forensic pathologist testifies that Mr Floyd's heart and lungs stopped because of a lack of oxygen.
Former Aeroflot director and Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov was unlawfully killed, a coroner rules.
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