- Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused over rare blood clots
Following rare blood clots, the US, South Africa and EU have suspended the jab.
- US says troops to leave Afghanistan by 11 September
President Biden is to announce on Wednesday US troops will leave by mid-September instead of May.
- Daunte Wright shooting: Police chief resigns over black motorist's death
The shooting of Daunte Wright in Minneapolis was described by police as accidental but sparked unrest.
- India's Maharashtra state announces 15 days of tough new Covid measures
Maharashtra announces two weeks of measures just short of a full lockdown amid a wave of cases.
- Masked men destroy printers at controversial Hong Kong newspaper
CCTV shows four men storming the Epoch Times newspaper printing plant and destroying equipment.
- Mexico arrests 30 marines over disappearances in Tamaulipas
The victims went missing in 2014 when the marines were deployed near the US border, officials say.
- Iran Natanz nuclear site suffered major damage, official says
Thousands of centrifuges were taken out in the deliberate blast deep underground, the official says.
- Daunte Wright shooting: Dozens arrested in fresh unrest in Minnesota
The clashes come as police say Daunte Wright, 20, died after an officer mistook her gun for a Taser.
- Rudolf Anschober: Austrian health minister resigns due to exhaustion
Rudolf Anschober said his 15 months as health minister during the pandemic "felt like 15 years".
- Cécile Djunga case: Belgian jailed for racism targeting TV presenter
One man gets two weeks in jail for targeting Cécile Djunga, whose revelations shocked Belgium.
- Daunte Wright: Bodycam footage shows arrest
A police body camera captured the fatal traffic stop that has sparked protests in Minnesota.
- Ville de Bitche: Facebook mistakenly removes French town's page
The social network says it mistakenly took down the town's official page.
- Ramadan begins around the world amid Covid restrictions
Muslims are celebrating Ramadan in the second year the festival has been affected by the pandemic.
- Nepal rhino numbers rise in 'exciting' milestone
The greater one-horned rhino came close to extinction, but a new count gives reasons to be cheerful.
- Covid: Younger Brazilians fall ill as cases explode
Research suggests more than half of patients being treated in intensive care last month were under 40.