President Biden is to announce on Wednesday US troops will leave by mid-September instead of May.
An expert called by the defence says officer Derek Chauvin acted with "objective reasonableness".
The shooting of Daunte Wright in Minneapolis was described by police as accidental but sparked unrest.
US envoy John Kerry will hold talks in Shanghai ahead of a climate summit hosted by President Biden.
LinkedIn now gives parents a way to reflect a career gap. Can it help the return-to-work challenge?
Following rare blood clots, the US, South Africa and EU have suspended the jab.
An attack on Iran's key nuclear site has just complicated efforts to save the frayed accord.
The actor says part of him feels he needs to apologise to 'every single Indian person'.
Research suggests more than half of patients being treated in intensive care last month were under 40.
The clashes come as police say Daunte Wright, 20, died after an officer mistook her gun for a Taser.
The social network says it mistakenly took down the town's official page.
US health authorities want use of the vaccine paused, after reports of very rare blood clot cases.
Her Majesty receives the wand and insignia of the Lord Chamberlain in a private ceremony at Windsor.
Maharashtra announces two weeks of measures just short of a full lockdown amid a wave of cases.
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