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More National Guard troops sent in as US protests grow over George Floyd's death
Police and protesters across the US are clashing again on the fifth straight day of unrest as anger intensifies over the death of George Floyd.
Plastic Nile: Pulling up plastic from world's longest river is horribly, frighteningly easy
Fresh off a plane and sleep-deprived is probably not the perfect preparation to see a beach ball of plastic being cut out of the stomach of a conscious calf. But then I'm not sure what would prepare me.
Coronavirus: Belgian prince tests positive for COVID-19 after attending 'rule-breaking' party
A Belgian prince has tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party in Spain, which local media have reported as breaking lockdown rules.
Coronavirus: Survival of 'big five' game reserve rests on return of tourists soon
When David Boshoff took the job as general manager of the Dinokeng Game Reserve he thought it would be a thrilling place to practise conservation, for there are few conservation projects in the world like this 20,000-hectare park.
Coronavirus: Denmark to allow some foreign visitors from next month - but Sweden excluded
Denmark will next month reopen its borders to visitors from Germany, Iceland and Norway - but not Sweden.
Coronavirus: Monkeys 'grab and flee' with infected blood samples
A gang of monkeys "grabbed and fled" with coronavirus-infected blood samples after attacking a laboratory technician in India, authorities have said.
Coronavirus: British pilot with COVID-19 in Vietnam wakes from coma but needs lifesaving lung transplant
A British coronavirus patient on life support in Vietnam has come out of a coma but will need a lung transplant to save his life.
Coronavirus: 99% confident that COVID-19 vaccine will work, says Chinese firm
Chinese scientists working on a COVID-19 vaccine have told Sky News they are "99%" sure it will be effective.
Coronavirus: Donald Trump terminates US relationship with World Health Organisation
Donald Trump has announced that the US will be "terminating its relationship" with the World Health Organisation (WHO).
George Floyd death: Chaos and rioting overshadows peaceful protesting in Minneapolis
There was no sign that the city of Minneapolis had imposed a curfew as people took to the streets for the fourth night since footage circulated of the George Floyd's final moments.