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Prince Charles opens up on missing his family during coronavirus lockdown
The Prince of Wales has opened up about missing his family during the coronavirus lockdown, telling Sky News: "You really just want to give people a hug".
Coronavirus: Face coverings to be mandatory on public transport in England from 15 June
Wearing a face covering on public transport in England will be compulsory from 15 June, the transport secretary has announced.
Madeleine McCann: German police treating her disappearance as murder - prosecutors believe she is dead
German public prosecutors have said they believe Madeleine McCann is dead and police are treating her disappearance as a murder investigation.
Madeleine McCann: Suspect is named Christian B - What we know about jailed German
The new suspect in the Madeleine McCann investigation allegedly confessed his part in her disappearance to a man in a bar.
Coronavirus: Pandemic 'gripping the Amazon' as people 'die in their beds'
In Manaus, the largest city in the Amazon rainforest, people are dying in their beds.
Coronavirus: We can supply two billion potential vaccine doses, AstraZeneca says
British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca says it now has capacity to deliver two billion doses of its potential coronavirus vaccine over the next two years.
Alok Sharma: Business secretary tests negative for coronavirus
Business Secretary Alok Sharma has tested negative for coronavirus after appearing visibly unwell in parliament.
Coronavirus: Airlines among businesses given Bank of England bailouts
Airlines, transport and travel companies and car manufacturers are among the largest recipients of emergency funding under a Bank of England scheme that reveals the scale of the financial damage caused by coronavirus in the UK.
Campaign site flooded with petitions over death of elephant who ate pineapple filled with firecrackers
Nearly two million people have signed petitions calling for action over the death of a pregnant elephant who reportedly ate a pineapple filled with firecrackers in India.
Hong Kong: Police fire pepper spray as activists mark Tiananmen Square crackdown
Police have fired pepper spray at Hong Kong protesters who were defying a ban to stage candlelit rallies in memory of China's 1989 Tiananmen Square democracy crackdown.