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George Floyd murder: Joe Biden says Derek Chauvin guilty verdict can be 'moment of significant change'
US President Joe Biden has welcomed the conviction of Derek Chauvin and said it can be a "moment of significant change" after the white former police officer was found guilty of murdering 46-year-old black man George Floyd.
George Floyd killing: Cheers and tears as jury finds Derek Chauvin guilty of murder
Minneapolis had been braced for this moment.
Black girl shot dead by police minutes before Derek Chauvin verdicts are read
Police have shot and killed a young black girl just before Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd.
'Right result': Boris Johnson welcomes withdrawal of English teams from European Super League
The withdrawal of the six Premier League teams from the proposed European Super League is the "right result for football fans, clubs and communities across the country", the prime minister has said.
Queen to mark her 95th birthday without Prince Philip
The Queen will celebrate her 95th birthday today - just days after the funeral of her husband Prince Philip.
Bat Out Of Hell songwriter Jim Steinman dies aged 73
Grammy-winning songwriter Jim Steinman has died at the age of 73, his brother has confirmed.
COVID-19: Regular exercise may cut COVID-19 death risk by a third, major study finds
Regular exercise reduces the chances of dying from infectious diseases such as COVID-19 by more than a third and makes people 31% less likely to catch the virus, a major study has found.
George Floyd killing: Former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder
A jury has unanimously convicted Derek Chauvin of the murder of George Floyd.
George Floyd killing: President Biden shares his 'relief' with Floyd family after Derek Chauvin convicted of murder
US President Joe Biden has told the family of George Floyd he is "relieved" after former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of his murder.
Social media giant TikTok sued by former children's commissioner over 'shady' data collection policy
The former children's commissioner for England has launched legal proceedings on behalf of 3.5 million children under 13 against TikTok.