Boyfriends and girlfriends living in Germany and the Nordic countries can visit partners in Denmark.
The FBI investigates Minneapolis police after video shows man being arrested saying "I can't breathe".
Russia urges peace talks as the US accuses it of meddling in the Libya conflict.
The Ickabog is her first non-Harry Potter children's story, and will be published in instalments.
The country is the first in Central America to allow same-sex couples to marry in landmark ruling.
The resumption of floor trading comes after a two-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Muslims brought prayer mats and face masks to a huge car park for socially-distanced prayers.
The woman has now been suspended from her job at an investment firm in New York City.
Their 15-year sentence triggered a diplomatic row resulting in the recalling of the US ambassador.
An Israeli judge says the suspect accused of 74 sex charges is fit to face extradition to Australia.
The French language enrichment commission announces a new list of alternatives to English terms.
More than 4,000 people were admitted to hospital due to the smoke, a government inquiry has heard.
Environmentalists in the south of France find masks and gloves littering the seabed.
With Italy past the peak of coronavirus, medical staff say the trauma is only just hitting them now.
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban.
Transparent masks allow deaf people to communicate - but supplies are short where they are most needed.
Vanderlecia Ortega dos Santos is the sole nurse caring for a community of 700 in Manaus, Brazil.
The government is to ease lockdown restrictions and allow the sale of alcohol - but not cigarettes.
Worried by teens' mental health struggles during Kyrgyzstan's coronavirus lockdown, one group acted.
Jogging in a Madrid park, having a Czech beer, taking a Greek ferry - Europe is opening up more.
Balbir Singh, who has died aged 95, helped seal hockey gold for newly independent India in 1948.
Some medics have refused to work and elderly people have been dying, writes Zeinab Mohammed Salih.
Tourism is vital to the Caribbean but visitors are absent amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This is why everyone is talking about Boris Johnson's chief adviser.
Officials said they planned to test all of Wuhan's residents over 10 days, so how have they done?
A union says the health ministry bears "full responsibility" for doctors' deaths from Covid-19.
BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus.
People in Afghanistan dared to hope for peace, but they are now fighting both violence and the virus.
Americans had praise for South Korea, mixed feelings on the UK, and criticism for China.
The Andhra Pradesh medic was suspended after complaining about the lack of protective equipment.
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
Thousands of people visited beach destinations over the Memorial Day weekend, not all abiding by the guidelines.
With the collapse of the tourism industry because of the coronavirus, Thailand's captive elephants are now at risk of starvation.
Alessandro was hiking with his family in northern Italy when they realised he was being followed.
Once home to more than 200 families, the village of Bedono in Central Java is now under water.
New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern carries on a live TV interview as an earthquake hits parliament.