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Police forces across the world are warning criminals are using the restrictions to target children.
Output fell by 99.7% from the same month last year as virus closes car plants.
When Covid-19 hit, zookeeper Caitlin Henderson ended up in lockdown with 70 spiders.
One young woman used popular game Animal Crossing for her family tradition of Bai San.
The BBC's Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys answers kids' questions about going back to school.
The pair, hired for role play involving a broom, mistakenly went to the wrong house with machetes.
The US president's move follows a decision by Twitter to add a "fact-check" notice to his tweets.
Shane Lee Mays is accused of killing Louise Smith, 16, who was found dead in a Hampshire woodland.
A giant virtual grandstand allowed AGF Aarhus to watch their side's Danish Superliga match against Randers through Zoom.
Leicester make a bid for Liverpool's Adam Lallana, five Premier League clubs want Philippe Coutinho, Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid, plus more.
People across the UK showed their appreciation for front-line workers for the tenth week in a row.
Myka Stauffer says her son's behaviour became too difficult but critics accuse her of exploitation.
Scottish Racing is in talks with the Scottish government about resuming the sport behind closed doors on 22 June.
The bowl-shaped monument in the German capital is designed to move when enough people gather.
Doctors, call centre staff and students are some of the 25,000 people chasing Covid-19 cases in England.
Italy's Serie A will return on 20 June, the country's sports minister confirms.
Four Premier League games will be broadcast, free to air, live on BBC Sport when the season resumes in June.
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
The estimate is based on blood tests on 885 people in England as part of a household survey by the ONS.
The BBC’s Clive Myrie meets black and minority ethnic hospital staff and sees the impact the virus is having beyond the ward.