Protests continue after a Minnesota police chief and the officer who killed a black motorist quit.
Could the US decision to pull its troops from Afghanistan by 11 September lead to civil war?
An expert called by the defence says officer Derek Chauvin acted with "objective reasonableness".
LinkedIn now gives parents a way to reflect a career gap. Can it help the return-to-work challenge?
Rescuers have so far saved six of the commercial ship's reported 18 crew members from the water.
Women allege they faced invasive gynaecological procedures at a US immigration detention centre.
The victim was used as a replacement for another corpse, whose family wanted to avoid a burial ban.
La Soufriere, on the island of St Vincent, has been erupting for the past five days.
The Ever Given's insurers call Egypt's claim "extraordinarily large" and "largely unsupported".
Across the UK nations, antibody levels range from 46% to 55%, the Office for National Statistics says.
US envoy John Kerry will hold talks in Shanghai ahead of a climate summit hosted by President Biden.
This comes a day after more than three million Hindus visited the festival as India's cases soar.
The fire in Niamey engulfed straw classrooms and those in the nursery could not escape.
The Kremlin said it was "early" to talk of a meeting, after the two presidents spoke on the phone.
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