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The president says his Covid-19 strategy is "moving along well", despite a nationwide surge in cases.
- Coronavirus: England has first night out since lockdown
People across the country could go to pubs and restaurants after coronavirus restrictions were eased.
- Japan flooding: Many feared dead in flooded care home
Fifteen people are believed dead and nine are missing on the island of Kyushu amid devastating rains.
- Coronavirus Spain: Catalonia locks down area of 210,000 people
The Spanish region re-imposes restrictions on an area west of Barcelona after a surge in infections.
- Coronavirus: Mexico's death toll passes 30,000
The country now has the world's fifth-highest number of Covid-19 deaths, more than France.
- Coronavirus: The story of a socially distant wedding
Beth Johnson and Phil Hobbs had to scale down their wedding day because of coronavirus restrictions.
- Ukraine's Zelensky accused by ex-leader of hosting Russian 'fifth column'
Ex-president Poroshenko sees Russian influence at work in the new administration.
- Donald Trump orders creation of 'national heroes' garden
Angry at the toppling of statues, President Trump wants US heroes honoured in a new national garden.
- Dominican Republic votes in election postponed over virus
One of the top candidates for the presidency has recovered from Covid-19.
- Australia shark attack: Man killed spearfishing near Fraser Island
The 36-year-old was bitten on the leg in waters near Queensland's popular Fraser Island.
- Ghislaine Maxwell 'won't speak about Prince Andrew', says friend
Ghislaine Maxwell will not speak about Prince Andrew as part of a potential plea deal, according to a friend.
- Seattle protests: Woman killed after car strikes protesters
The 24-year-old was one of two women injured when the vehicle careered into the group at speed.
- Coronavirus Australia: Melbourne locks down tower blocks as cases rise
Nine housing estate blocks in the Australian city are locked down amid a ?new phase of the pandemic?.
- Black British film pioneer Earl Cameron dies
Earl Cameron, who died aged 102, was one of the first black actors to star on screen in 1951.
- Somalia restaurant attack: Six killed by al-Shabab
Militant group al-Shabab said it carried out the bomb explosion in the town of Baidoa.
- Turkish TV: Dramas become a global streaming success
Online streaming is one of the few industries to enjoy a boom out of lockdown restrictions, and Turkish TV dramas have found great success, reaching audiences all over the world.
- Coronavirus: Barcelona's Sagrada Familia basilica reopens to key workers
Access to the structure is initially given only to those who helped fight coronavirus in the city.
- 'Why I've used skin-whitening products'
Radio 1 Newsbeat ask people from South Asian backgrounds about using of skin-lightening products.
- Coronavirus: How deportation staff became food bank volunteers
People who usually assist with airport deportations have been helping feed those affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.
- Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi adapts conveyor belt system
As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system.
- ICYMI: A rare rhino and rare 'steaks'
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- The people who think coronavirus is caused by 5G
The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G with Covid-19 went viral during lockdown.
- Driving into the art of Vincent Van Gogh
Toronto's immersive exhibition allows audiences to experience art from the comfort of their car.
- Week in pictures: 27 June-3 July 2020
A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.
- Independence Day: What does Fourth of July mean to black Americans?
What does the Fourth of July mean to black Americans?