While many of the lockdown restrictions have been eased, Britain still faces a tough time in coming months, with unemployment likely to spike as the government phases out a support program that has kept nearly 10 million workers on company payrolls.
Scientists at the institution are hopeful that their vaccine will produce both an antibody and T-cell response.
Six men are being treated in hospital, including a 42-year-old police officer in a critical but stable condition, after a stabbing incident in the port city of Glasgow that resulted in a man being shot dead by police.
Police in the northern English city of Manchester have not pursued criminal charges after the death of the 12-year-old. Activists say she drowned as a result of bullying by classmates.
Rebecca Long-Bailey was dismissed from her role as shadow education secretary for sharing an article that contained descriptions of Israeli training of US police officers.
The legal team of former President Mohammed Morsi’s family is looking to charge senior members of the Egyptian regime, which ousted the country’s first-democratically elected president in a military coup.
Covid-19 has now killed over 439,000 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 16:
Researchers led by a team from the University of Oxford said daily doses of the steroid could prevent one-in-eight ventilated patient deaths and save one out of every 25 patients requiring oxygen alone.
President Trump's vision of shrinking the American military footprint in Germany is proving disruptive for the existing power equation in the European Union — and Poland is on his side.
US, Russia, UK, France, China, Pakistan, India, Israel and North Korea together possessed an estimated 13,400 nuclear weapons at 2020 begining, Swedish peace research institute says.
While the virus is still affecting everyday life in Britain, the return of the Premier League, albeit behind closed doors, will offer a welcome distraction for football-starved fans.
Search engine says picture of former UK premier Winston Churchill remained missing due to an automatic update and "not purposeful", but apologised "for any concern".
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