We're now pausing this live page for today. Thanks for reading. Here's a summary of Saturday's headlines:
- Confirmed coronavirus cases across the world have now exceeded six million, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. The US has seen the highest number of infections, with more than 1.7m, followed by Brazil, Russia and the UK
- The UK is at a 'dangerous moment' as it looks to slowly ease restrictions, says England's deputy chief medical officer
- Domestic competitive sport behind closed doors will be allowed from Monday, the UK government says
- President Donald Trump has been criticised at home and abroad after announcing he is ending US ties with the World Health Organisation (WHO)
- India plans to further ease a strict national lockdown even as it reported a record daily rise in new coronavirus
- Italy's celebrated leaning Tower of Pisa has reopened to tourists again, three months after closing due to coronavirus
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