The US is the worst hit country in the world and cases are still continuing to rise, data shows.
A glimpse behind the scenes of the challenges in reporting from the remote Yakutia region of Siberia.
Pascale Ferrier, a Canadian computer programmer, is also accused of mailing poison to Texas authorities.
Senator Mitt Romney of Utah has said he would support a vote on President Trump's court nominee.
China's surprise announcement of a long-term goal to curb emissions boosts UN climate talks.
President Trump blames China for the Covid-19 outbreak amid warnings of a Cold War between the two.
Republicans are pushing to fill the vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg before November's election.
Three funeral directors reflect on the human toll of the pandemic, as the US hits a milestone.
National Party MP Anne Webster sued a conspiracy theorist over a series of defamatory Facebook posts.
A security guard tested positive for the virus, forcing EU chief Charles Michel to quarantine.
Security sources say the blast in the village of Ain Qana was the result of an accident.
About 500kg of cocaine, heroin and other drugs have been seized as well as guns.
Sergei Torop, who has thousands of followers, is arrested over causing harm to them and money extortion.
Marika Bret, who lost 12 colleagues in the 2015 attack, says her guards received "detailed threats".
Gold from a refiner used by criminals to launder drug money has entered supply chains for smartphones and cars.
The pop star talks about her 14-year quest for fame, and the determination that kept her going.
Thousands of UN, French and regional soldiers are in Mali fighting Islamist militants - what difference will the coup make?
The pandemic has shaken the film industry, forcing it to think outside of the box office.
Carlos Rodrigues is among the firefighters trying to save patches of Brazil's rainforest from burning.
The BBC and human rights researchers examined a video of a killing in northern Mozambique.
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