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Labour has accused the government of being underprepared, saying the money was "too little, too late".
Minister Michael Gove says he does not think face coverings should be mandatory in shops in England.
Welterweight champion Kamaru Usman retains his title with a unanimous decision victory over Jorge Masvidal at UFC 251 in Abu Dhabi.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita is attempting to calm unrest that saw four people killed on Friday.
The actor, 77, and his son are in hospital in Mumbai, and his wife and daughter also have the virus.
The run-off election is seen as a fierce liberal-conservative battle for the country's future.
Ex-US special counsel Robert Mueller intervenes after President Trump commutes an aide's jail term.
The US president previously said he could not see himself wearing a mask in public.
Christian Scotland-Williamson explains how the Black Lives Matter protests affected the Pittsburgh Steelers and why there should be more coaches like Mike Tomlin.
The writer for host Tucker Carlson posted highly offensive messages online under the name CharlesXII.
Thousands have rallied against what they say is hardship caused by the mishandling of the crisis.
The star opens up about his 13-year relationship, fickle fans and writing with The Killers.
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.
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.
On 8 June protesters set up a police-free protest zone in the city. Less than a month later, it had been dismantled.
Winners of a BFI competition will get their submissions broadcast on national television.
Across the US, street artists have been inspired by the death of George Floyd earlier this year.
As China enforces new restrictions, some are turning to their British National (Overseas) passport.
There are fewer than 500 hirola living in the wild, down from thousands just 40 years ago.
Visitors are required to wear masks, socially distance and have temperature checks on arrival.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores two penalties as Juventus survive a scare to move eight points clear at the top of Serie A with a draw against Atalanta.
Barcelona move within a point of leaders Real Madrid at the top of La Liga with a narrow win at Real Valladolid.
For those who have felt trapped by lockdown measures, the night sky could offer an escape.
The choir had a huge George Michael tribute planned in Bristol, but Covid-19 curtailed their fun.
A couple from Dublin has set up home on Great Blasket Island off the cost of County Kerry.
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith were talking on her Facebook chat show Red Table Talk.
Readers' stories about reflecting on old romances in lockdown - and either apologising or rekindling them.
Germany pours money into the arts as cultural life takes a battering from coronavirus.
Parents say it is frustrating to wait months to register their babies, as councils face large backlogs.
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "reflections".
After years of slower beats and introspective lyrics, pop is becoming optimistic again. Here's why.
Reports of more than 200 cases have shattered confidence in the life-defining national Gaokao exams.
How libraries in Colombia came up with a way of providing comfort to readers during the lockdown.
They're working frantically to stop the pandemic spreading. And sometimes that means some awkward conversations.
Somalia has been caught up in the US election campaign thanks to Donald Trump, writes Ismail Einashe.
What we've learned from watching our other halves work from home during the coronavirus lockdown.