The actress and wife of John Travolta died after a “two-year battle with breast cancer”, he says.
The move comes after the US sanctions Chinese officials for Beijing’s actions in Xinjiang.
Canada PM says he should have recused himself from contract talks with charity that paid his family.
One of the vaults in Kerala’s Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple contained $20bn (£16bn) worth of diamonds.
Three generations of one family discuss their experiences of racism and whether things are changing.
Millions are using gloves and masks but safely discarding them is proving to be a challenge.
Faced with protests and attacks on statues, the Dutch are struggling with a legacy of racism.
Indian women are struggling to access safe reproductive services because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Louise Hill is the founder of GoHenry, which provides prepaid debit cards for children.
At least 21 sailors needed medical care following a fire on the vessel, moored at San Diego Naval Base.
A 24-hour tally of 15,299 new coronavirus cases eclipses the worst rates seen in New York in April.
It is one of several restrictions introduced by President Ramaphosa amid rising infection rates.
The conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda leads by a tiny margin, according to an exit poll.
The Pope is the latest faith leader to voice concern at the Istanbul museum reverting to a mosque.
Iran says equipment error and poor communication caused civilian plane to be shot down by military.
The ban on alcohol is lifted for non-Muslims, while the apostasy law and public flogging are scrapped.
The country’s flood response alert has been raised to the second highest level.
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, her father-in-law, husband and daughter test positive for Covid-19.
Opposition leaders reject President Keïta’s “nonsense” concessions as political unrest grows.
Ex-US special counsel Robert Mueller intervenes after President Trump commutes an aide’s jail term.
A friend said constitutional law professor Xu Zhangrun was in good health.
The US president previously said he could not see himself wearing a mask in public.
Hundreds of thousands of people vote despite fears that doing so may breach a new security law.
As China enforces new restrictions, some are turning to their British National (Overseas) passport.
On 8 June protesters set up a police-free protest zone in the city. Less than a month later, it had been dismantled.
Colleagues say Ivan Safronov’s arrest for spying is absurd and it has prompted talk of “spy mania”.
On 7 June, an astonishing 117 murders were recorded, making it the most violent day of the year so far.
Spiritual care workers have been thrust onto the frontlines in new ways during this global pandemic.
The desperate search for a cure has led people to ‘harmful and ineffective’ alternatives online.
Across the US, street artists have been inspired by the death of George Floyd earlier this year.