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Coronavirus deaths in US top 100,000

The US has seen more deaths (currently 100,047) and infections (1.69 million) than any other country.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Hong Kong 'no longer autonomous from China' - Pompeo

The US secretary of state says the territory no longer merits special treatment under US laws.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Trump to 'sign executive order about social media'

The latest dispute comes after Twitter added fact-check links to the president's tweets for the first time.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Nasa SpaceX launch: Big day called off because of weather

A late decision is made to delay the first astronaut launch to orbit from US soil in nine years.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Trump and Biden trade barbs over wearing a mask

President Trump and his likely presidential challenger Joe Biden clash over the humble face covering.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Coronavirus: Professional athletes train in lockdown

Professional and Olympic athletes have had to devise ways to continue their rigorous training.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Coronavirus: Von der Leyen calls €750bn recovery fund 'Europe's moment'

A giant fund is proposed, some of it raised on capital markets, but several countries express doubts.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Romina Ashrafi: Outrage in Iran after girl murdered ‘for eloping’

Romina Ashrafi, 14, was allegedly killed by her father after she ran away with her older boyfriend.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Coronavirus: Cyprus to pay holiday costs of infected tourists

The government will cover anyone who tests positive while on holiday on the Mediterranean island.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Vietnamese migrant deaths in UK lorry spark 26 arrests

Police in Belgium and France detain 13 people in an operation prompted by the deaths of 39 migrants.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Minnesota violence: Clashes over death of black man in police custody

Tear gas is fired at protesters angry at the death of a man pinned down by a policeman in Minnesota.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Coronavirus: What attacks on Asians reveal about American identity

Covid-inspired attacks on East Asian people in the US reveal uncomfortable truths about American identity.
Thursday May 28, 2020

The High Note: Why Tracee Ellis Ross 'only got better with age'

Tracee Ellis Ross says it's "absurd" that women over 50 have ever been "counted out".
Thursday May 28, 2020

Crossing Divides: The bomb maker turned peacemaker

Once part of the group behind the Bali bombing, now Ali Fauzi is on a mission to end terror.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Coronavirus: How the advertising industry is changing

A large decline in advertising expenditure is hurting the sector, plus TV channels and newspapers.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Coronavirus: Nightmare spreads through Russia's care homes

Carers reveal the hidden spread of Covid-19 and official numbers appear not to tell the whole story.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Coronavirus: Inside the pro-China network targeting the US, Hong Kong and an exiled tycoon

A coordinated network of accounts on three social networks has been targeting the Chinese government's critics.
Thursday May 28, 2020

Cocaine and Guinea-Bissau: How Africa's 'narco-state' is trying to kick its habit

Concern mounts about Guinea-Bissau commitment to curb drug trafficking, writes Ricci Shyrock.
Thursday May 28, 2020

SpaceX launch: What is SpaceX and why is it working with Nasa?

Ahead of the launch of the Crew Dragon mission, the BBC explains what SpaceX does exactly
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Coronavirus: Lebanon's woes worsen as country pushed to the brink

Country was already rocked by unrest over the cost of living - then came coronavirus.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Mount Everest: Chinese team summit during pandemic

The team are the only climbers to summit this season, and are re-measuring the height.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Why Britain is talking about this man

This is why everyone is talking about Boris Johnson's chief adviser.
Tuesday May 26, 2020

Coronavirus: Egypt doctors accuse government over medics' deaths

A union says the health ministry bears "full responsibility" for doctors' deaths from Covid-19.
Tuesday May 26, 2020

Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus?

BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus.
Saturday May 23, 2020

Coronavirus: Sleepless nights for doctors in a war zone

People in Afghanistan dared to hope for peace, but they are now fighting both violence and the virus.
Thursday May 21, 2020

Which countries does US think handled virus best?

Americans had praise for South Korea, mixed feelings on the UK, and criticism for China.
Thursday May 21, 2020

Doctor who raised concerns over PPE shortage admitted to mental hospital

The Andhra Pradesh medic was suspended after complaining about the lack of protective equipment.
Thursday May 21, 2020

Letter from Dunkirk soldier arrives 80 years later

The family of Pte Cole who died in World War Two says receiving his final letter was "unbelievable".
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Coronavirus: Rugby league returns to Australia despite Covid-19 fears

The 2020 National Rugby League season is resuming, with post-lockdown safety measures.
Wednesday May 27, 2020

Australia's megafauna roamed the tropics with first humans but then disappeared

New evidence shows climate change may have wiped out Australia's giant beasts.
Tuesday May 26, 2020

Coronavirus: 'I see a lot of people, I don't see any masks'

Thousands of people visited beach destinations over the Memorial Day weekend, not all abiding by the guidelines.
Tuesday May 26, 2020