The Duchess of Sussex says she does not know how Buckingham Palace could expect her to "be silent".
President Biden criticises moves to relax Covid restrictions in the southern state and Mississippi.
Over 160,000 residents in Mississippi have been without drinkable water for two weeks after storm.
Anti-coup demonstrators return to the streets, a day after 38 people were killed.
A session is cancelled because of "potential threats" from a militia to storm the Congress building.
It is the first time Elon Musk's space exploration company has pulled off this difficult landing.
Parents of girls released by kidnappers had thrown rocks at officials during the reunion ceremony.
Governor Cuomo said he will not resign amidst allegations of sexual harassment by three women.
The Duke of Edinburgh will remain in hospital for a number of days, Buckingham Palace says.
Police are treating the case as attempted murder but investigating potential terror motives.
Chancellor Merkel says data now shows the vaccine to be effective for the elderly too.
The gaming giant will invest in Singapore and Macau, where it is building a London-themed resort.
The Nakajima twins develop games for women and three-quarters of their workforce are female.
Linda Reynolds is sorry for the “offensive remark” about an alleged rape victim, Australia's PM says.
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