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Coronavirus: Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive
The president, who has belittled the risks posed by the virus, took the test after developing symptoms.
Bianca Williams: Met refers British sprinter stop-and-search
Footage of Bianca Williams and her partner being searched by officers has sparked controversy.
'I was terrified to put on weight' - the 'culture of fear' in British gymnastics
In a special investigation, several gymnasts tell BBC Sport of an alleged "culture of fear" in the sport of weight shaming and abuse.
Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak to unveil 'kickstart jobs scheme' for young people
The £2bn pledge for the young unemployed will be part of the chancellor's proposals outlined on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: Trump moves to pull US out of World Health Organization
The president follows up his vow to leave the world health body by formally notifying the UN.
Coronavirus: Care workers reunited with families after 12 weeks
Meet the care workers who opted to live in their care home to protect the residents from Covid-19.
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Coronavirus live: US to formally leave WHO next year; Israel health chief quits in protest at lockdown easing
Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for Covid-19; thousands protest against renewed lockdown in Serbia; Kenya emerges from quarantine

A company belonging to Kanye West received millions in loans from a federal coronavirus stimulus package, raising questions about potential conflicts of interest given the rapper's ties to the Trump administration.On Monday, the US Small Business Administration released data on more than 40,000 companies that received loans of $150,000 (approximately £120,000) or more under the payroll protection program (PPP). As first reported by the Daily Beast, Yeezy LLC, a company established in Delaware but operated in California, received between $2m and $5m. Related: Kanye West's company granted millions in coronavirus stimulus

Thousands of people have demonstrated against the Serbian president's announcement that a lockdown will be reintroduced after the Balkan country reported its highest single-day death toll.Police fired teargas as the protesters, some chanting, "Resignation! Resignation!", who had gathered in front of the parliament building in Belgrade. Some briefly managed to enter by force but were pushed back by riot police. Continue reading...

US officially begins withdrawal from World Health Organization amid pandemic - live

Updates from around the world: Israel health chief has quit in protest at thelockdown easing, Brazil's president has tested positive for Covid-19 and more than 200,000 people in Europe have died from the disease. Related: Coronavirus live: US to formally leave WHO next year; Israel health chief quits in protest at lockdown easing

Lawrence Gostin, the director of the WHO's Collaborating Center on National & Global Health Law, said Trump's decision to withdraw from the global health agency was "among most ruinous presidential decisions in history".He added that the move would counterproductively benefit China, leaving the country to fill the leadership gap left by the US.

Can there be any winners from @realDonaldTrump unilateral threat to w/draw from @WHO? There is a clear loser, the USA, which will lost global influence, with our citizens less safe & secure. There also may be a winner, China, which could help fill the gap in US loss of leadership Continue reading...

French coronavirus study finds black immigrant deaths doubled at peak
Statistics agency is first in France to cross-check Covid-19 fatalities with country of originDeath rates among immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa doubled in France and tripled in the Paris region at the height of France's coronavirus outbreak, finds a study from the French government's statistics agency.The INSEE agency's findings, published on Tuesday, are the closest France has come to acknowledging with numbers the disproportionate impact of the virus on the country's black immigrants and members of other overlooked minority groups. Continue reading...
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, has announced live on television he has tested positive for coronavirus."It came back positive," a mask-wearing Bolsonaro told a hand-picked group of reporters on Tuesday lunchtime outside his official residence. Continue reading...
DNA analysis identifies second Mexican student among 43 disappeared in 2014
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Nearly six years after 43 Mexican students were kidnapped and forcibly disappeared, a new forensic science study has identified the remains of a second member of the missing group.Omar Gómez Trejo, head of the special unit of the attorney general's office charged with reinvestigating the case, said on Tuesday that remains found in November were subjected to DNA analysis this year at the University of Innsbruck in Austria. Continue reading...
Donald Trump's behavior was shaped by his 'sociopath' father, niece writes in bombshell book
Donald Trump's extraordinary character and outrageous behaviour "threaten the world's health, economic security and social fabric" and were shaped by his "high-functioning sociopath" father during childhood, according to a bombshell book written by the president's niece. Related: Fox News apologises for cropping Trump out of Epstein and Maxwell photo Continue reading...
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White House defends Trump's claim that 99 percent of COVID-19 cases are 'harmless' with chart showing 5 percent are fatal
White House defends Trump's claim that 99 percent of COVID-19 cases are 'harmless' with chart showing 5 percent are fatalPress secretary Kayleigh McEnany came to her press briefing on Monday prepared to defend President Trump's assertion that "99 percent" of U.S. coronavirus cases are "totally harmless" with two charts that inadvertently disproved his claim.
Atlanta Mayor Orders Protesters to 'Clear Out' After 8-Year-Old Girl Fatally Shot
Atlanta Mayor Orders Protesters to 'Clear Out' After 8-Year-Old Girl Fatally ShotThe mayor of Atlanta is forcing protesters to "clear out" of the Wendy's where a police officer fatally shot Rayshard Brooks last month after a violent night that included a dozen shootings citywide and the death of an 8-year-old girl, the mayor said Sunday. "You shot and killed a baby," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said at a news conference. "Enough is enough."Secoriea Turner was shot and killed less than a half mile from the Wendy's, which had become a place of memorial and protest since Brooks's death on June 12. Three suspects have been arrested on suspicion of arson after protesters set the fast-food joint ablaze the day after Brooks's death.Interim police chief Rodney Bryant said the girl was in a car with her mother and an adult friend Saturday night when the driver tried to pull into a liquor store parking lot and was confronted by a group of armed people who had blocked the entrance, NBC News reported. "At some point someone in the group opened fire, striking the car multiple times," he said.Police are investigating the incident. No suspects have been identified.Protesters had put up illegal barriers, at times flanked by armed protesters, to keep police out of the area near Wendy's. The city reportedly had tried to take down the barriers multiple times in recent weeks. Authorities had been notified of the barriers' resurrection less than an hour before the shooting. The Atlanta Police Department told Fox 5 they had planned on checking out the area but were swamped with other 911 calls."We're doing each other more harm than any police officer on this force," said Bottoms, who had allowed protesters to occupy the Wendy's for weeks during open discussions. "We've had over 75 shootings in the city over the past several weeks. You can't blame that on APD."Within hours of the mayor's announcement three more people were shot, one fatally, when two people exchanged gunfire, Fox 5 reported. "They say black lives matter," said the victim's father, Secoriya Williamson. "You killed your own. You killed your own this time just because of a barrier. They killed my baby because she crossed the barrier and made a U-turn."
FBI chief says China threatens families to coerce overseas critics to return to China
FBI chief says China threatens families to coerce overseas critics to return to ChinaFBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday urged China-born people in the United States to contact the FBI if Chinese officials try to force them to return to China under a program of coercion that he said is led by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Wray issued the unusual appeal in an address to the Hudson Institute think tank in which he reiterated U.S. charges that China is using espionage, cyber theft, blackmail and other means as part of a strategy to replace the United States as the world's dominant economic and technological power.
Surge in NYC shootings fuels police reform debate
Surge in NYC shootings fuels police reform debateNew York reeled from a spate of holiday weekend shootings Monday, with police fueling controversy by partially attributing them to reforms undertaken following the death in custody of George Floyd. The Big Apple was rocked by 45 shootings -- which resulted in 11 deaths -- over the long July 4th weekend, up from just 16 shootings for the same period in 2019. Terence Monahan, the NYPD's highest-ranking uniformed officer, said "tremendous animosity" shown towards officers following the recent Black Lives Matter protests had contributed by lowering police morale.
Another Confederate statue in Richmond, Va., comes down along Monument Avenue
Another Confederate statue in Richmond, Va., comes down along Monument AvenueThe bronze monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart on horseback was hoisted from its granite base as crowds cheered early Tuesday.
Despite rising COVID-19 cases in Florida, state orders public schools to reopen in August
Despite rising COVID-19 cases in Florida, state orders public schools to reopen in AugustFlorida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran on Monday ordered public schools to reopen in August and offer "the full panoply of services" to students and families.
Spiking Covid-19 cases are exposing a divide within the GOP as Trump expresses skepticism toward masks and governors of affected states consider following along
• LIVE UPDATES: Trump says he will 'put pressure on governors' to reopen schools• Trump administration begins formal withdrawal from World Health Organization• EPA approves two Lysol products as first to effectively kill coronavirus on surfaces
See Gov. Desantis' response to critical virus question
In a press conference, Florida Gov. Ron Desantis and Miami-Dade County mayor Carlos Giménez were pushed by a reporter on contract tracers after there was confusion over whether the governor or mayor could hire contact tracers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fauci warns against 'false complacency' as Trump touts falling coronavirus death rate
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Tuesday that Americans shouldn't take comfort in the dropping death rate among coronavirus patients in the US even as President Donald Trump touts the trend as evidence of a successful response to the virus.
Trump rebukes Fauci's assessment: 'We are in a good place'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday rebuked Dr. Anthony Fauci's blunt assessment of the US' coronavirus response, claiming that the country is "in a good place" even as new cases surge.
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