PM Boris Johnson rejects criticism the donation is not enough, saying “we are going flat out”.
Benjamin Netanyahu loses his 12-year hold on power as a new Israeli government is approved.
The plan renews a promise to raise $100bn a year, but environmentalists say it lacks detail.
Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed in Denmark’s Euro 2020 match against Finland, says Danish team doctor Morten Boesen.
In a shock result, voters narrowly reject a tax on flights and a fuel levy among other policies.
Congolese independence hero Patrice Lumumba’s body was dissolved in acid, but a tooth was later found.
Novak Djokovic wins his 19th Grand Slam title after fighting back from two sets down to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in the French Open final.
The Ethiopian region has been devastated by fighting between rebels and government forces.
French conspiracy theorist Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann is wanted over the kidnapping of a child in April.
The mystery auction winner will be part of the the first human flight by space company Blue Origin.
Global transport of goods has suffered blockages, delays and bottlenecks and won’t be resolved quickly.
A new game based in James Cameron’s movie, a Mario + Rabbids sequel, and Rainbow Six started off E3.
Loved and loathed, Israel’s ousted long-term PM made his mark on the country at home and abroad.
Cashew nuts are Guinea-Bissau’s biggest export crop but times are tough for farmers.
Mark Moore wants to bring well-made, affordable underwear to Pakistan – he just has to get past the men.
Eighty-year-old Kanta Prasad has felt the ups and downs of running a business during a pandemic.
French President Macron responds to the furore around his reported comments on Northern Ireland.
G7 leaders pledge one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines for poorer countries, says PM Boris Johnson.
Joe Biden says the US could “work with Russia” on issues such as Covid, cyber crime and conflicts.
About 200 protesters paddled out into the bay from Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth.
G7 leaders say they will support poorer countries in a “values-driven” and transparent partnership.
The Afghan asylum seekers were found guilty of starting fires that destroyed the Greek camp last year.
Nasa has assembled the key elements of its powerful SLS rocket.
Two House members had their phone records released, reportedly at the request of Trump officials.
A lobsterman in Cape Cod thought he had been attacked by a shark, but realised he was in a whale’s mouth.
The fight against militants in the north has unintentionally spread violence, Muhammadu Buhari says.
The red, white and blue machine was built in record time by a Philadelphia business with four staff.
The Russian president says he expects fewer “impulse-based movements” from his US counterpart.
“You want change, cast your ballot” voters are told, but the mass protest movement says it is pointless.
Agnes Chow and other activists were jailed last year for their role in pro-democracy rallies in 2019.