The Queen sat apart from her family as her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, was laid to rest in an intimate and socially distanced service.
It comes as the World Health Organization warns of deaths and cases increasing at a "worrying rate".
Alexei Navalny is on day 18 of a hunger strike over his medical treatment in a Russian jail.
Four of the eight who died at a FedEx warehouse were members of the Sikh community.
State TV alleges Reza Karimi fled Iran before the blast, which damaged its Natanz nuclear plant.
The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from the front line between soldiers and separatists.
The internationally-known former Royal Ballet dancer had faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
A refugee organisation says the White House's explanation of the order is "completely false".
SpaceX will build a lander that the US space agency will use to return humans to the Moon this decade.
Cillian Murphy, JK Rowling and Sir Sam Mendes lead tributes to the "fearless and magnificent" actress.
Brazil is also seeking aid from the US in return for protecting the Amazon rainforest.
Facebook's Oversight Board has announced it will announce its decision "in the coming weeks".
The 200-tonne seizure is one of the largest ever hauls of the endangered species.
Heavy metal guitarist Jon Schaffer, a militia member, is facing 30 years in jail after pleading guilty.
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