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Beirut explosion: Lebanon PM and entire government resigns after deadly blast
Lebanon's Prime Minister Hassan Diab and the country's entire government have resigned after the deadly Beirut blast that killed at least 160 people.
Trump escorted from news briefing by Secret Service after shooting outside White House
Donald Trump has been escorted out of a press briefing by a Secret Service agent after a shooting outside the White House.
Coronavirus: WHO boss sees 'green shoots of hope' in coronavirus fight - and praises one of UK's measures
The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said he can see "green shoots of hope" in the battle against coronavirus, even with the global case count set to reach 20 million within days.
Grounded ship has 'stopped leaking oil' into waters off Mauritius
A Japanese ship that ran aground near the coast of Mauritius has stopped leaking oil, the country's prime minister has said.
Coronavirus: Britons travelling to France warned to 'keep an eye' on quarantine rules
Anyone planning a holiday across the Channel is being warned to "keep an eye" on Foreign Office advice, in case France's quarantine status changes, a minister has said.
Tea plantation landslide kills 49 in India as more feared buried
Forty-nine people have died after a landslide at a tea plantation in India - with fears at least 20 more are buried under debris.
Coronavirus fears in North Korea as thousands of volunteers deployed to prevent outbreaks
North Korea's Red Cross has deployed 43,000 volunteers to help communities prevent coronavirus outbreaks after fears the country had its first recorded case.
Coronavirus: Australia records highest number of daily deaths
Australia recorded its highest day of coronavirus-related deaths on Monday, despite a slowdown in the rate of infection.
Terrified migrants who paid thousands for boat to UK left stranded in Channel after running out of fuel
Through the darkness of the early hours we spot what looks like a small boat, not heading out from Calais, but towards the beach where we are hidden in the sand dunes.
Belarus president issues ominous warning to protesters - as Twitter reveals it's being 'shut down'
Twitter says it is being "throttled" as part of a social media shutdown in Belarus, after the country's authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko warned protesters of a crackdown.