At least 600 nurses worldwide are known to have died from the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected an estimated 450,000 healthcare workers, the International Council of Nurses said on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands people gathered in central London to protest the death of George Floyd by chanting "no justice, no peace, no racist police" and "black lives matter."
Experts argue Haftar's alleged war crimes should have been reported by the international media and other human rights organisations when the warlord was taking town after town.
Thousands of demonstrators defiantly remained on the streets across the US even after curfews put in place in some states following unrest in the wake of the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 2:
Formula One organisers restart curtailed programme in Europe with eight-race. The first two will be held behind closed doors in Austria on July 5.
UK Statistics Authority chides government for publishing data on coronavirus tests that it says were "far from complete and comprehensible."
A club of 10 democracies is being proposed to combat China’s telecommunications might. India’s inclusion, however, has raised eyebrows.
The gratuitous fixation on rioting won't kill the elephant in the room.
Competitive sport was suspended in Britain in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The China Daily said Trump's pledge to "take action to revoke Hong Kong's preferential treatment as a separate customs and travel territory", and to impose sanctions on individuals, would hurt the US, and unite Hong Kong with mainland China.
British Prime Minister Johnson has said England's lockdown measures will be eased cautiously from Monday. However, the advisers warned that the system was not yet in full operation.
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