The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Foreign students had been told they were at risk if their classes moved online during the pandemic.
The ex-defence ministry employee was accused of selling information about Iran’s missile programme.
Dozens of women would have shared the payout but other accusers had objected to its terms.
Azerbaijan says the officer was among 11 Azeri troops killed in three days of fighting with Armenia.
Emna Charqui is sentenced to six months in Tunisia for a Facebook post imitating Islam’s holy book.
Pro-independence figure Roger Torrent claims the Spanish government targeted his phone with spyware.
As part of legal action brought by workers in New York, Amazon’s policy on toilet breaks is debated.
Triple murderer Daniel Lewis Lee is executed following a US Supreme Court ruling.
There is no parade and the audience is kept socially distanced amid the ongoing pandemic.
Lea Michele and Jane Lynch are among those paying respect, after the actress’s death was confirmed.
Suriname’s National Assembly has elected a new president to replace the controversial Dési Bouterse.
He is charged with war crimes, crimes against humanity, rape and making girls marry militants.
Boris Johnson and Donald Trump both publicly wore face masks for the first time. Why now?
Australia’s PM was sacked in 1975 under a murky legal decision which has only now been fully revealed.
Women often say they have to work harder to prove themselves than men – will Covid-19 turn back the clock for women’s careers?
Conspiracy theories have thrived during the pandemic – what’s the right way to talk to someone who believes them?
Law enforcement agencies are battling to break foreign-linked criminal syndicates.
Disappearances and brutality have become hallmarks of the fighting in Yemen, documented cases show.
Florida is becoming the new US epicentre – but what’s behind the rising case counts?
Perfumers are using AI to create millions of scents, but will it replace the traditional methods?
How the British obsession with tea in the 1800s started the unique story of Hong Kong.
The UAE’s Hope probe will study the planet’s weather and climate, in order to learn about its past.
Mixed messages from leaders are undermining public trust in the virus response, warns the WHO chief.
The star went missing on Wednesday after going boating with her young son at a lake in California.
A memo leaked over the weekend said several officials were “concerned” by Dr Fauci’s past comments.
The execution of Daniel Lewis Lee in Indiana is stopped just hours before it was due to go ahead.
The Washington team’s decision follows a wave of calls to scrap the name long-criticised as racist.
Drinks giant Diageo, which owns the brand, will trial the environmentally friendly bottles in 2021.
Nathan Law, who fled Hong Kong over China’s new security law, says he is staying in the UK.