People arriving in England from dozens of nations will no longer need to quarantine from 10 July.
Zheng Yanxiong is best known for a crackdown on protesters over a land dispute in 2011.
Two ex-aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are among 20 on trial in absentia for the killing.
The French president moves swiftly to replace Edouard Philippe with a mayor from the south.
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says.
Cecily Aguilar is accused of helping to dismember and bury the body of a missing Fort Hood soldier.
Arrivals from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate on either leg of the journey.
Explosions in north-west Turkey leave two workers dead and many more wounded.
FedEx has told the Washington DC-based American football team to change its controversial name.
At least 19 die as an express train hits a van carrying the pilgrims near the city of Lahore.
Boris Johnson says the televised format will give the public "direct engagement" with decision-makers.
North Korea maintains that it has zero Covid-19 cases, though analysts say this is unlikely.
She is accused of grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and lying about it.
Five members of a British family and a Canadian pilot died when the plane plunged into a river in 2017.
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