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Nine housing estate blocks in the Australian city are locked down amid a “new phase of the pandemic”.
Baseball team the Cleveland Indians are to review their name in order to "embrace their responsibility to advance social justice and equality".
China's two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan, widely seen as one of badminton's greatest ever players, retires.
Three officers are sacked in Denver, Colorado after they shared photos re-enacting a chokehold.
Animal rights groups say a ban on the sale of dog meat in Nagaland is a milestone.
Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd".
The BBC's Amensisa Ifa was close to Ethiopian protest singer Hachalu Hundessa, who was shot dead on Monday.
Resorts on Spain's southern coast are hoping for tourists to save their summer.
As the debate over wearing face masks intensifies, fake exemption cards have gone on sale.
How can a two-hour choir practice lead to 53 Covid-19 infections? We ask an expert.
Japan had no lockdown, it has an elderly population - so why haven't more people died from Covid-19?
What does the Fourth of July mean to black Americans?
The president promises a tremendous 3 July, but critics fear the event is risky as virus cases rise.
Toronto's immersive exhibition allows audiences to experience art from the comfort of their car.
As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system.
Air France-KLM plans thousands of job cuts at its French arm as the air industry reels from the pandemic.
Brazil's president vetoes articles making masks obligatory in shops, churches and schools.
Hours after Philippe's resignation, an inquiry is launched into the government's handling of Covid-19.
Two young men who have British National passports say they're debating their future in the country.
Justin Trudeau lives on the estate but was not home when an armed forces member entered the gates.