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Ex-officer Derek Chauvin now faces second-degree murder, while three others face abetting charges.
- James Mattis: Trump's former defence secretary denounces president
Donald Trump's ex-defence secretary, James Mattis, attacks the president's handling of recent protests.
- Curtis Hayes: Man behind the protest plea that moved America
In a viral speech, Curtis Hayes implored two generations of demonstrator to "find a better way".
- Stalled vaccine programmes 'put children's lives at risk'
Disruption to immunisation campaigns caused by Covid-19 could lead to many preventable deaths.
- Russia's Putin declares state of emergency after Arctic Circle oil spill
Russia's President Putin declares a state of emergency after 20,000 tonnes of oil leak into a river.
- HSBC and StanChart back China security laws for HK
The UK-based banks have both come out in support of China's controversial national security laws.
- US to ban passenger flights from China
It comes after Beijing refused requests by US airlines to resume flights to China.
- 'We felt like we were going to die in that car'
Two black students were dragged from their car in Atlanta, Georgia, by police, who now face charges.
- Cyclone Nisarga: India's Mumbai escapes worst cyclone in decades
India's financial capital narrowly escapes Cyclone Nisarga, as nearby areas bear the brunt.
- Demands grow for 'green industrial revolution'
Campaigners demand the government prioritises the environment in any post-Covid-19 stimulus package.
- Snapchat stops promoting Donald Trump's account due to 'racial violence'
The social network says it will drop Trump from Discover over 'racial violence and injustice'.
- Coronavirus: How the UK is sleeping under lockdown
More than half the population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown, especially younger people.
- Gambia demands probe after US police shoot dead diplomat's son
Momodou Lamin Sisay, 39, from The Gambia, was shot dead after a car chase in Georgia.
- Coronavirus in Russia: 'I don't trust Putin any more'
In Russia, coronavirus ahs seen the long-time president's approval rating fall to an all-time low.
- White House likens Trump to Churchill in WW2
The press secretary compares the president to the British wartime leader inspecting bomb damage.
- Sudan banned FGM - what happens next?
FGM was outlawed by Sudan's new Sovereign Council, who have been in power since August 2019.
- Portraits of Humanity shortlist revealed
Two hundred shortlisted photos aim to show there is more that unites us than sets us apart.
- George Floyd protests: Trudeau's epic pause when asked about Trump's response
Asked about race, unrest and the US response, the Canadian prime minister chose his words carefully.
- Asian hornet: UK beekeepers on lookout for bee-eater
The bee-eating Asian hornet has already reached the Channel Islands and beekeepers fear it could soon reach the UK mainland.
- Adolf Hitler house to be 'neutralised', Austria says
The government unveils plans to turn Adolf Hitler's birthplace into a police station.
- Coronavirus: How lockdown affected Argentina's livelihoods
The prolonged lockdown in Argentina has brought more misery to a country with a troubled economic past.
- 'My brothers on Europe's last death row'
Any day now two men may be executed in Europe's only country that still has the death penalty.
- Viewpoint: What it's like to be an African in the US
Kenyan journalist Larry Madowo writes about the racism he has experienced in the US.
- The 100-year wound that Hungary cannot forget
Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory in the 1920 Trianon treaty and now aims to revive its past.
- The young actors joining an industry on pause
With theatres closed, and TV and movie filming on hold, acting school graduates are struggling.