Bolsonaro now the 'poster boy' for dubious COVID treatment
Australia ends Hong Kong extradition treaty, extends visas
Coulibaly, the presidential candidate of Ivory Coast's ruling party, died just days after returning from two months of medical treatment in France.
Wearing a mask will now be mandatory in Catalonia, where one county is already under lockdown due to coronavirus.
US Immigration authorities announced on Monday that international students will not be able to stay in the country if the universities they attend exclusively hold classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) says that France has "privileged meat over reason".
Uniformed officers are alleged to have held demonstration signs and given interviews at the protest, expressing their support for the movement.
The former dictator's Galicia residence Pazo de Meirás was obtained through fraud and extortion, the government claims
Ivan Safronov, now an adviser to the Russian space agency, faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of spying
Trade minister Liz Truss made the announcement on Tuesday saying the government had complied with a court order that came about after a legal challenge from campaigners and reviewed how the arms were used.
Facebook has been under significant pressure after hundreds of companies suspended their adverts on the platform.
Police say one person has already been detained as an investigation has been launched in the cause of the crash.
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The UK Chancellor announced a new round of fiscal measures to improve the outlook for the British economy post-pandemic.
Rather than calming the debate, the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU have only served to refocus the Scottish independence debate ahead of next year's Scottish Parliament elections.
"China's malign foreign influence campaign targets our policies, our positions, 24/7, 365 days a year," FBI boss Christopher Wray said on Tuesday.
it comes just a week after Beijing imposed a tough new law on the city that gives police sweeping powers to conduct searches without warrants and order internet service providers and platforms to remove messages.