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The comments come as President Trump continues his attacks on what he calls the "China-centric" WHO.
The decision clears the way for Joe Biden to become the Democratic nominee who faces Donald Trump.
The update on Boris Johnson's health comes as a record 938 UK virus deaths are reported in a day.
They had a fairy tale romance and unimaginable wealth, but their lives became a nightmare when they fell out of favour with the Russian state.
Linda Tripp, who disclosed Bill Clinton's White House affair with Monica Lewinsky dies, aged 70.
Football and life, continue (almost) as normal in Belarus, but anxiety about coronavirus is growing.
The coalition has been fighting against Houthi forces in Yemen since March 2015.
The bridge would normally have been busy but lockdown measures meant there was little traffic.
President Trump has appointed his campaign spokeswoman to be his fourth White House press secretary.
Mauro Ferrari says he lost faith in the system, but EU science officials say he was asked to leave.
President Rouhani warns IMF against “discrimination”, amid reports of US opposition to request.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) predicts a contraction of between 13% and 32% this year.
The chemical weapons watchdog says Sarin and chlorine were used to attack Latamina in March 2017.
EU finance ministers suspend talks on a recovery fund after 16 hours, amid deep divisions.
A US court says the La Luz del Mundo church sex crimes case must be dropped over a hearing delay.