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Mount Rushmore: Trump to host 4 July event despite virus concerns
The president promises a tremendous 3 July, but critics fear the event is risky as virus cases rise.
Coronavirus: UK government's quarantine-free list 'absurd'
Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd".
Coronavirus: Brazil's Bolsonaro waters down law requiring face masks
Brazil's president vetoes articles making masks obligatory in shops, churches and schools.
Rideau Hall: Canada Armed Forces member faces 22 charges
Justin Trudeau lives on the estate but was not home when an armed forces member entered the gates.
Nagaland dog meat: Animal rights groups hail ban as 'major turning point'
Animal rights groups say a ban on the sale of dog meat in Nagaland is a milestone.
White couple charged for threatening black family
Footage of the incident in Orion Township near Detroit has been viewed millions of times.
Edouard Philippe: France's former PM faces probe into Covid-19 response
Hours after Philippe's resignation, an inquiry is launched into the government's handling of Covid-19.
Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey puts 20 Saudis on trial in absentia
Two ex-aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are among 20 on trial in absentia for the killing.
Coronavirus: England lockdown easing 'biggest step yet', says PM
Boris Johnson says the public must not let businesses down when they reopen on Saturday.
Supermarkets snub coconut goods picked by monkeys
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says.
Washington Redskins agree review of controversial team name
The review follows a fresh wave of calls to scrap a team name long-criticised as racist.
Turkey fireworks: Deadly factory blasts trap workers
Explosions in north-west Turkey leave two workers dead and many more wounded.
Sikh pilgrims in deadly Pakistan train crash
At least 21 die as an express train hits a van carrying the pilgrims near the city of Lahore.
Taxi driver sets himself on fire 'over bribe'
The motorcycle taxi rider's bike had been seized for carrying passengers against coronavirus restrictions.
David Starkey resigns from university role over slavery comments
Cambridge University accepts David Starkey's resignation, saying: "We do not tolerate racism."
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?
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.
Coronavirus: Inside the secret Covid rave scene
One rave organiser says he's providing a service that others aren't - and insists he's "proud".
Is Facebook losing the boycott battle?
An advertising boycott wants Facebook to do more about hate speech and misinformation.
Quiz of the week: Which city had a coronavirus 'farewell' party?
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Africa's week in pictures: 26 June - 2 July 2020
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
Pop Smoke has 'left us something special' with debut album
Radio 1 Newsbeat hears from fans of the rapper as his posthumous album is released.
Coronavirus: Japan's mysteriously low virus death rate
Japan had no lockdown, it has an elderly population - so why haven't more people died from Covid-19?
Coronavirus: What makes a gathering a ‘superspreader’ event?
How can a two-hour choir practice lead to 53 Covid-19 infections? We ask an expert.
Coronavirus: Waiting for tourists on Spain's Costa del Sol
Resorts on Spain's southern coast are hoping for tourists to save their summer.
Coronavirus: Face mask exemption cards and other US claims fact-checked
As the debate over wearing face masks intensifies, fake exemption cards have gone on sale.
India coronavirus: Questions over death of man 'turned away by 18 hospitals'
Bhawarlal Sujani breathed his last at the doorstep of a hospital that had refused to admit him.
Hachalu Hundessa: 'My friend the hero who was gunned down'
The BBC's Amensisa Ifa was close to Ethiopian protest singer Hachalu Hundessa, who was shot dead on Monday.
Fourth of July: Why this Independence Day will be unlike any other
With the usual parades and events on hold, it's set to be a unique year for US Independence Day.
TikTok's Boogaloo extremism problem
Extremists have found a home on Tiktok, and the platform is working out what to do about it.
Coronavirus: Why has Melbourne's outbreak worsened?
A surge in infections has placed Australia's relative success story at a "critical stage", experts say.
Why Messi is fed up at Barcelona - Balague column
Lionel Messi is disillusioned with many aspects of life at Barcelona at the moment - and it throws his future at the Nou Camp into doubt.
Red Bull's Mercedes protest rejected by stewards
Formula 1 officials reject a protest by Red Bull against a controversial steering system on Mercedes' 2020 Formula 1 car.
Khabib Nurmagomedov's father and coach, Abdulmanap, dies age 57
UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov's father and coach, Abdulmanap, dies aged 57 following complications caused by coronavirus.
Future is dynamite for women's tennis with Gauff & Osaka, says King
Billie Jean King says the future for women's tennis is "dynamite" on and off the court thanks to young stars like Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka.
Hamilton dominates Austrian GP practice as F1 returns
Lewis Hamilton made a powerful statement of intent as the Formula 1 season finally got under way at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Saturday's gossip column: Aubameyang lays out Arsenal demands
Aubameyang lays out Arsenal contract demands, Man Utd to be patient on £50m Sancho signing, plus more.
Liverpool will not hand out appearances like Christmas presents - Klopp
Liverpool will not give Premier League appearances like "Christmas presents" to young players despite having already won the title, says boss Jurgen Klopp.
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross: The rise and fall of the five stages of grief
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's stages of grief are now rarely taught in a medical setting but live on in management.
Wanchalearm Satsaksit: The Thai satirist abducted in broad daylight
Thai activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit has become the latest exiled government critic to be abducted.
'My sexuality is not a sickness'
A gay man and a lesbian share their experiences of so-called "gay conversion therapy" in Jordan.
Wendell Scott: The Nascar pioneer whose legacy is now more powerful than ever
Wendell Scott was a pioneering Nascar driver whose legacy has touched only the fringes of a sport now seeking transformation.
Top tips for making sure what you're seeing online is legitimate
Members of the BBC's disinformation team offer tips on how to verify photos and videos.
'The love letter to my neighbourhood that helped me flee my country'
José Gregorio Márquez was ashamed of the place he grew up, but he came to love it before leaving it forever.
'I've been stared at in disbelief when I introduce myself'
Four young, black entrepreneurs explain how skin colour has affected their business journey.



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