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Black Chicagoans account for 70% of coronavirus deaths, despite making up 30% of the population.
The PM has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise "where necessary", No 10 says.
More than 100 global organisations want debt payments to be waived for developing countries this year.
Cardinal George Pell successfully overturns a verdict that he sexually abused two boys in Australia.
While many countries have imposed major restrictions, life continues as normal in Turkmenistan.
The president has a "very friendly conversation" with the former VP and possible election challenger.
One of Kenya's most controversial clerics is being buried on Tuesday after he died at the age of 89.
Photojournalist Chrystal Ding documented the treatment of survivors of the genocide in Rwanda.
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame says drones will become important for his nation, but can they really deliver?
Increased competition and privacy risks are some of the challenges facing workers making the switch.
More than 2m guns were purchased in March and the FBI conducted 3.7m background checks.
War veterans can experience trauma known as moral injury - now health workers are at risk too.
France reports 833 fatalities in the past 24 hours, the highest since its coronavirus outbreak began.
A dairy farmer's association has instructed farmers to dump milk over fear of a price crash.
Formula 1 bosses end their crisis meeting on Monday with an agreement to look further into the issues around lowering a budget cap.
Liverpool reverse their decision to place some non-playing staff on temporary leave and apologise to fans.
An explosion forces the astronauts to build makeshift CO2 adaptors to avoid suffocation.
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
The New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern reassures children as her country battles coronavirus.
The foreign secretary says measures are "beginning to work", as the number of deaths reaches 5,373.
Some world leaders are keen on chloroquine anti-malarial drugs to treat Covid-19 - what's the evidence?
The BBC's Fergus Walsh meets medics treating patients with Covid-19 at University College Hospital London.
It is the first time the government has labelled a white supremacist group a terror organisation.
Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler says England could field two different teams on the same day in order to maximise the amount of cricket this summer.
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's mother, Dolors Sala Carrio, dies aged 82 in Barcelona after contracting coronavirus.
The 149th Open Championship is cancelled but 2020's three other men's majors are rescheduled because of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Funke Akindele recently appeared in a public health video to raise awareness about coronavirus.
Investigative reporter Jan Kuciak and his fiancée were shot dead in Slovakia in 2018.
Police vans, not wedding cars, greet newlyweds who ignored South Africa's ban on public gatherings.
England men's manager Gareth Southgate and women's boss Phil Neville are to take a 30% pay cut to their salaries as two of the FA's highest earning employees.
The measures aim to avert a major outbreak in its main cities but fall short of a lockdown.
The Bronx Zoo in New York says this case of human-to-animal transmission appears to be unique.
India may 'reconsider' a ban on exporting hydroxychloroquine after a call from the US President.
When families are locked down together what are the pressures on relationships?
An Africa Eye investigation uncovers the chaotic final months of a once-great construction firm.
A group of 24 photographers record one hour each of life under restrictions imposed because of coronavirus.
Professional explorer Mike Horn reflects upon his daredevil career so far.
Could a tiny hilltop village in Italy help us solve some of the mysteries around coronavirus?
Respiratory illnesses are already the main cause of death for the country's native communities.
It is a debate being had across the world, and now Austria and its neighbours have decided to act.
Carly was already a high-risk pregnancy. Now, she fears the toll of Covid-19 on hospitals could put her more at risk.
A preacher who said coronavirus was overhyped has died after catching the virus at Mardi Gras.
Aged 17, Miché Solomon discovered she had two mothers - one real, one false.