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Minnesota fully mobilises the National Guard as it and other US cities prepare for more unrest.
The first match of the summer in the British Isles takes place in Guernsey to raise money for the Covid-19 appeal.
Robert Lewandowski scores twice against Fortuna Dusseldorf to equal his most prolific season as Bayern Munich move 10 points clear at the Bundesliga summit.
Police were called to Durdle Door over concerns for people seen jumping from the cliff into the sea.
A man has been charged in connection with the deaths of Dwayne MacLeay, 28, and Gary MacKay, 35.
The public must be "sensible" after scientists warn of risks of lifting lockdown, medical chief says.
The UK government approves the return of domestic competitive sport behind closed doors from Monday, 1 June.
The president is urged to reconsider, after accusing the health body of being a "puppet of China".
A plan to ease the world's biggest lockdown begins on 8 June with restaurants and malls re-opening.
Amid fears for the hospitality sector, one MP says relaxing the rule means fewer jobs would be lost.
The Formula 1 season-openers in Austria have been approved by the country's government, according to reports.
Murrayfield is the front-runner to stage a 'home' British and Irish Lions Test against Japan before next year's tour of South Africa.
Only 15 at a time will be allowed up the tourist attraction, and they will have to wear masks.
A man carrying an axe approached three men riding bikes, police say.
In a special BBC programme, Katarina Johnson-Thompson looks back at how she became world champion in Doha last year.
Chad Gordon was shot in the head at close range after answering his front door on 18 May.
A house is "hanging" over a cliff edge and 20 are "at risk" as properties are evacuated by firefighters.
Dozens working on the MSN site look set to be replaced by AI, media reports say.
Cricket West Indies agrees "in principle" to July's Test tour of England, but players and staff will take a 50% pay cut.
Images from protests and violence as anger over the death of black man George Floyd increases.