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George Floyd protests: You don’t often see this

Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson took his helmet off and put his baton on the ground as a sign of peace. "We want to be with y'all for real so I took the helmet off and laid the batons down," Swanson told the protesters

Record number of new coronavirus cases

A sharp increase in cases in Latin America has led the WHO to state the Americas as the new epicentre of the pandemic after ravaging China and Italy.

Kidnapped son reunited with mum after 32 years

Mao Yin's distraught mother Li Jingzhi quit her job immediately and began searching for her son. She sent over 10,000 flyers to more than 10 provinces and municipalities without success.

China in evil act as Trump blasts WHO over virus pandemic

Trump again lambasted the World Health Organization as a "puppet of China" as he released a letter he had sent to the Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and threatened removing the US from the global health agency

Donald Trump taking unproven drug to ward off COVID-19

US President Donald Trump said he had been taking the anti-malaria and anti-lupus drug hydroxychloroquine for a week-and-a-half and he also said that he is taking a daily zinc supplement and had a single dose of azithromycin, an antibiotic used for the treatment of a number of bacterial infections

Western Australia shows world how to fight coronavirus

"From tomorrow, one of the best things we can do is support each other through this pandemic and return to our favourite local cafe or restaurant, and resume our sport and recreation as well, and help get businesses back to work and back into operations," said Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan

WHO: Coronavirus ‘may never go away’

"It is important to put this on the table: this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities, and this virus may never go away," Dr Mike Ryan said.

Elon Musk says arrest me as he defies Tesla factory shutdown

“Today, May 11, we learned that the Tesla factory in Fremont had opened beyond Minimum Basic Operations. We have notified Tesla that they can only maintain Minimum Basic Operations until we have an approved plan that can be implemented in accordance with the local public health Order."