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Coronavirus: Inside Brazil's slums where COVID-19 is at risk of spreading like wildfire
Brazil is now only second behind the United States as the worst affected country for coronavirus cases.
Alleged mass murderer arrested after 10 months in hospital recovering from burns
A man suspected of killing 36 people in an arson attack in July last year has finally been arrested, after spending 10 months in hospital recovering from his own injuries.
Coronavirus: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte didn't visit dying mother due to lockdown restrictions
The Dutch prime minister did not get to visit his dying mother in her final weeks because he was following lockdown restrictions, his office has said.
'Please, I can't breathe': Video shows US police officer kneeling on neck of man who later died
A black man has died after pleading that he could not breathe as a white police officer kneeled on his neck during an arrest.
Stanley Ho: Flamboyant tycoon known as the 'King of Gambling' dies aged 98
Hong Kong-born billionaire Stanley Ho - known as the "King of Gambling" after transforming once-sleepy Macau into the world's biggest casino centre - has died aged 98.
India: Man arrested on suspicion of murder after wife dies from cobra bite in Kerala
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after his wife was bitten by a cobra in her sleep, police in India have said.
Coronavirus: Biden makes first public appearance for 10 weeks after COVID-19 isolation
Joe Biden has made his first public appearance for 10 weeks after going into isolation because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Thailand trialling COVID-19 vaccine on monkeys
Scientists in Thailand are testing a coronavirus vaccine on monkeys following successful trials of the formula on mice.
Tui share price leaps by more than 50% as Spain says it will welcome tourists from July
Shares in travel company Tui have rocketed by more than 50% on the news that Spain will welcome tourists from July.
Deep ocean life faces 'escalating threat' from speed of warming - study
The deep ocean is warming more slowly than the surface, but a new study shows that by the end of the century it could change catastrophically.