Concern over Covid-19 in Latin America increases despite easing in other parts of the world.
The size of the fossil fuel economy means its rapid decline threatens financial stability.
Anger over his killing at hands of police has reached places including Stockholm and Helsinki.
Organisers want residents to light candles at 8pm wherever they happen to be.
The May 25 incident has ignited protests across the US over racism and police brutality.
President Donald Trump has said he could invoke the Act to call up the army to quash protests.
Former striker believes a fit-again Paul Pogba could give United the edge.
Secret Service bodyguards reportedly took Trump into the bunker on Friday night.
Rights chief is alarmed over arbitrary arrests and detention of people who criticise their government's response.
However, the investigation into his payment of €1.88 mil to former Uefa president Michel Platini is ongoing.
Online streaming service has changed the landscape of British sports broadcasting.
Hundreds defy the virus restrictions to rally in London, including outside the US embassy.
S. Korean star confirms his arm has healed and he's primed for the Premier League restart.
Duterte has cosied up to China in search of trade and investment since taking power in 2016.
Of the 12 countries involved in the Champions League, South Korea is the only league back in action.
Beijing tells UK to 'abandon colonial mindset' and 'immediately stop interfering'.
The former Miss Universe-Malaysia admits she is not in their shoes to fully understand the suffering the black people are feeling.
100,000 people have been evacuated, fishermen have been told not to go out to sea.
'What we were facing was an economist's version of Armageddon', says treasurer.
Standoffs between police and demonstrators stretch into the night in cities from New York to Los Angeles.
It is the second time this week that he has spoken angrily about the incident.
Technology has been key in the country's journey to becoming the world's 12th-largest economy.
The country hopes for a revival of the key industry as the summer begins.
That means 106,180 Americans have so far officially died from the virus.