The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than five million people, with over 334,000 deaths. Here are coronavirus-related updates for May 22:
Two NASA astronauts gearing up to ride SpaceX's new space taxi will now be on a mission planned to last more than a month, instead of a week, to help the short-handed crew aboard the ISS, the US space agency said.
Brazilian football great Ronaldinho will remain in jail in Paraguay after judge rejects his lawyer's request that he be released on bail or to house arrest in fake passport case, public prosecutor says.
The uprising has opened a new-found space for women in Lebanon’s traditionally conservative second city as they lead their own fight for change.
Demonstrations erupted after a school principal was accused of issuing a certificate attesting that the rape accused, believed to be in his 20s, was a minor.
Illegal gold miners in Battlefields, 175 kilometres west of Harare, entered shafts on land owned by RioZim and another firm on Tuesday night in search of gold, but a dam wall nearby collapsed, flooding the shafts and tunnels, local media report.
With his forced resignation, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis joins a long list of departures from the Trump administration.
"YPG knows coordinates of the complex, but still targeted it," says Moheyeddin Othman, the administrator of the only psychiatric hospital in the region.
Tom Price was instrumental in the Trump administration's policies aimed at undercutting Obamacare, as well as working with governors across the country to slowly begin unraveling parts of the law.
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