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George Floyd death: Minneapolis police station set on fire during protests as Trump attacks 'thugs'
Donald Trump has attacked who he called "thugs" in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after a third night of violent protests over the death of an unarmed black man in custody.
Coronavirus: Striking photos show ghost towns and cities returning to new normal
The coronavirus pandemic is often called the invisible killer but its visual impact on towns and cities is obvious.
UK vows to extend visa rights for Hong Kong citizens unless China drops security bill
The UK will extend visa rights to as many as 300,000 Hong Kong citizens unless China drops its controversial security bill.
'We're fed up with it': Trump signs executive order aimed at curtailing social media companies
Donald Trump has signed an executive order aimed at curbing protections for social media giants.
Hong Kong: What is China's new security law and why is it controversial?
China's decision to pass a controversial security law on Hong Kong has drawn worldwide condemnation over fears it will undermine the city's freedoms.
Coronavirus: Israel's experience hints at why reopening UK pubs and cafes could be very tricky
Boris Johnson has said he is "optimistic" about pubs and restaurants reopening in the UK soon, but how easy will it be?
Nissan puts focus on UK plant but sparks anger with Spain closure
Nissan's decision to centre European production at its UK plant in Sunderland and close its Barcelona factory has sparked angry protests by workers in Spain.
German police investigate discovery of ape's hand and foot in forest
German police are investigating the grisly discovery of an ape's severed hand and foot in a forest west of Munich.
Pair hired for man's broom sexual fantasy turn up in bedroom at wrong address with machetes
Two men snuck into a bedroom with machetes after being hired to carry out a stranger's sexual fantasy of being tied up in his underwear and stroked with a broom, only to discover they had got the wrong address.
Pablo Escobar's brother 'suing Apple for $2.6bn over iPhone hack'
The brother of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar is reportedly suing Apple for billions of dollars after claiming someone got his address when they hacked into his iPhone.