May 06, 2021

World

Passengers could be barred from flying with US airlines if they refuse to wear face coverings during their journey, the industry's main lobby group said. 

North Korea has blown up a joint liaison office with the South as tensions over defectors sending leaflets into the North grow.

North Korea has blown up a joint liaison office with the South as tensions over "human scum" defectors sending leaflets into the North grow.

Two new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in New Zealand - both related to recent travel from the UK - after the country went more than three weeks with no confirmed new infections.

The widow of a black man shot dead by a white police officer in Atlanta has urged protesters to remain peaceful, saying: "We want to keep his name positive and great."

The widow of a black man shot dead by a white police officer in Atlanta has urged protesters to remain peaceful, saying: "We want to keep his name positive and great."

Workplace discrimination against gay and transgender people has become forbidden in the US, following a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court.

Governments around the world are signing deals worth hundreds of millions of pounds for potential coronavirus vaccines.

The mysterious deaths of at least 154 elephants is being investigated by officials in Botswana.

The streets of Paris are busy with people enjoying its famous cafes and restaurants after they were allowed to fully reopen for the first time in three months.

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