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After weeks of closely watched testimony, the jury has reached a verdict on the former police officer charged with killing George Floyd. Nada Tawfik reports on the outcome.
By Jake Horton
BBC Reality Check
Sergei Naryshkin speaks to the BBC in a rare interview about 2020's SolarWinds cyber-attack in the US.
The landmark museums in the US capital are beginning to once more open their doors to the public.
The first children aged 12 to 15 have begun getting Covid vaccines after the US widened eligibility.
The autonomous craft will travel 3,500 miles (5,630km) from Plymouth, UK to Massachusetts in the US.
Documentary following the 'cop watchers' of New York, who use their phones and cameras to monitor the police, film arrests and expose alleged brutality.
Against the backdrop of unprecedented gun violence, Reggie Yates travels to Chicago to investigate gun crime in President Obama's adopted hometown.
Documentary looking at the case of a 14-year-old boy who shot his parents as they slept. Both survived, but now they must come to terms with what their son did.
Feature-length documentary telling the story of young lives devastated by gun crime in the USA, focusing on seven shootings around the country on one weekend.
By The Visual and Data Journalism Team
Reggie Yates spends time working as a guard at Guilford County Jail in North Carolina, helping to guard nearly a thousand prisoners.