The lawyers for the family of a black man shot in the back by police in the US state of Wisconsin say he will need a "miracle" to walk again.
EU trade commissioner Phil Hogan has apologised "fully and unreservedly" for attending a dinner in the west of Ireland with more than 80 people.
Kim Jong-un has warned North Korean authorities to prepare for the dangers posed to the country by the coronavirus pandemic and a looming typhoon.
The New York attorney general has asked a judge to order the testimony of Donald Trump's son in a probe of the president and his private businesses.
Turkey and Greece have announced they will conduct rival naval exercises off the Greek island of Crete on Tuesday amid rising tension over claims to gas and oil in the Eastern Mediterranean.
A Brazilian congresswoman has been accused of orchestrating the murder of her pastor husband, after multiple botched attempts.
A Florida taxi driver, who believed false claims that coronavirus was a hoax, has lost his wife to Covid-19.
A former headmaster has admitted subjecting a girl to a catalogue of sexual abuse in Aberdeen and Asia.
The governor of the US state of Wisconsin has deployed the National Guard to maintain "public safety" after police shot a black man on Sunday.
South Korea, a country held up as a model for its response to Covid-19, is on the brink of a new nationwide outbreak, according to officials.
The head of a major US evangelical college has denied reports he has quit his job amid allegations about his private life.
The Berlin hospital treating the seriously ill Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, says he appears to have been poisoned.
US President Donald Trump has warned his fellow Republicans their opponents may "steal" November's election, as his party anointed him as their candidate.
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The Israeli authorities have covered over a mural known as Peeping Toms at a beach in Tel Aviv in response to an outcry over the suspected gang rape of a teenage girl at another beach resort.
Children are more likely to be harmed by not returning to school next month than if they catch coronavirus, the UK's chief medical adviser says.