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Coronavirus: WHO changes tack and recommends face masks where social distancing not possible
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is now recommending the use of face masks where social distancing is not possible.
Coronavirus: Qatar promises 2022 World Cup will go ahead
The 2022 World Cup will take place on time despite the knock on from the coronavirus pandemic, the host state Qatar has pledged.
Norway landslide sweeps dog and eight houses into sea
A courageous dog was swept into the sea with eight houses during a powerful landslide in Norway.
Madeleine McCann: German authorities 'ignored tip-off about suspect in 2013'
German authorities reportedly ignored warnings from their own police seven years ago that suspect Christian B could have abducted and killed Madeleine McCann.
George Floyd death: Protesters use curfew lifting to demonstrate against police brutality for 11th night
Protesters across the United States used the lifting of curfews to demonstrate against police brutality towards black people for the 11th night.
'Black Lives Matter' painted on road next to White House and street renamed by mayor
A street in front of the White House has been renamed "Black Lives Matter Plaza" by Washington DC's mayor and the slogan painted in huge yellow letters on the road.
George Floyd death: Police officers appearing to shove elderly man during protests charged with assault
Two officers in the US have been charged with second-degree assault after police were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground during protests over the death of George Floyd.
Coronavirus: D-Day commemorations muted by COVID-19 restrictions
Coronavirus restrictions have meant the D-Day commemorations in Normandy have been the smallest ever, with veterans and their families unable to attend for the first time.
Coronavirus infection rate in UK is second highest of any major European country
The UK currently has the second highest coronavirus infection rate of any major European country, according to Sky News analysis.
Ireland coronavirus lockdown: Shops to reopen and people to be allowed visitors in their homes
Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said all shops will reopen and people will be allowed visitors in their homes as he accelerated plans to move the country out of lockdown.