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The officer who shot Daunte Wright mistook her gun for a Taser, police say, as crowds defy a curfew.
- George Floyd's younger sibling tells court: 'I miss my brother'
George Floyd's younger brother gave evidence as the prosecution ended its case against Derek Chauvin.
- George Floyd death: The prosecution's case against Derek Chauvin
Over 11 days of testimony, we heard from eyewitnesses, fellow police officers and medical experts.
- Is Russia going to war with Ukraine and other questions
What you need to know about Russia's troop build-up around eastern Ukraine.
- Covid lockdown eases: England 'buzzing' after first night out in 97 days
As outdoor hospitality reopens, revellers find a "celebratory" atmosphere despite the cold weather.
- Taiwan: 'Record number' of China jets enter airspace
Beijing sends 25 military aircraft into Taiwan as the US warns against an 'increasingly aggressive' China.
- Fukushima: Japan approves releasing wastewater into ocean
Most experts say it's a normal and safe practice but environmentalists and locals are not happy.
- UK exports to EU rebound partially after January's slump
Despite the improvement, exports still remain below 2020 levels, the UK statistics body says.
- Gruppe S: German far-right group on trial for 'terror plot'
The 12 men are accused of planning attacks on migrants, Muslims and politicians in Germany.
- Sputnik V, Covishield, Covaxin: What we know about India's Covid-19 vaccines
Russia's Sputnik V is deemed to be safe and works in a way similar to the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab.
- World's wealthiest 'at heart of climate problem'
The so-called ?polluter elite? must change their lifestyles to tackle climate change, a report says.
- Manhunt after 'execution' shooting in Paris
A gunman is said to have shot a man in the head outside a hospital before calmly walking away.
- Prince Philip: William and Harry pay tribute to grandfather
Prince William says the duke was "extraordinary" while Prince Harry says he was the "legend of banter".
- Saving the kelp forest that stars in My Octopus Teacher
The makers of the Bafta-winning documentary want to preserve the underwater ecosystem it features.
- Yuri Gagarin: Sixty years since the first man went into space
The BBC speaks to the woman who, as a child, witnessed Yuri Gagarin's return to Earth 60 years ago.
- Being mixed race like Kamala Harris: 'I feel just as Indian as I feel black'
Three women who share Kamala Harris' mixed parentage open up about balancing the two sides of their lives.
- Anthony Hopkins on finding out Best Actor win
Hearing his neighbours' cheers was how Sir Anthony Hopkins found out he'd won Best Actor.
- Elephant calf rescued from bottom of well in India
An elephant calf has been rescued from the bottom of a dug well in India's Odisha state.
- New Christ statue in Brazil's Encantado to be taller than Rio's
A head and outstretched arms have been added to Christ the Protector in the southern city of Encantado.
- Moscow's palatial Yeliseyevsky food hall closes after 120 years
The iconic supermarket on Tverskaya Street in central Moscow first opened its doors 120 years ago.
- Saving green turtles... by cooling their eggs
Warmer sand temperatures from climate change are leading to way more females being hatched than males.
- Iran and Israel's shadow war takes a dangerous turn
The Middle East foes are engaged in brinkmanship on several fronts.
- Myanmar coup: The people shot dead since the protests began
Hundreds have been killed since February. Now, their families are telling their stories.
- The exchange project uniting young Americans during the pandemic
Teenagers from across the US are coming together to discuss their vastly differing backgrounds.
- Covid accelerates India's millionaire exodus
As Covid cases surge, India's wealthy lead global enquiries for citizenship and residency abroad.