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Trump delays 'outdated' G7 leaders' summit

Image caption Mr Trump made the comments on board Air Force One while returning to Washington from Cape Canaveral, Florida. US President Donald Trump has said he will postpone this year's G7 summit and invite leaders of other countries to participate in the talks. "I don't feel that... it properly represents what's going on in the world. It's a very outdated group of countries," Mr Trump said on Saturday. The G7 group, which the US hosts this ... Full story

Trump delays 'outdated' G7 leaders' summit

Image caption Mr Trump made the comments on board Air Force One while returning to Washington from Cape Canaveral, Florida. US President Donald Trump has said he will postpone this year's G7 summit and invite leaders of other countries to participate in the talks. "I don't feel that... it properly represents what's going on in the world. It's a very outdated group of countries," Mr Trump said on Saturday. The G7 group, which the US hosts this ... Full story

India coronavirus: Why is India reopening amid a spike in cases?

Image caption Within a week of reopening, India has seen a sharp spike in cases. India is roaring - rather than inching - back to life amid a record spike in Covid-19 infections. The BBC's Aparna Alluri finds out why. On Saturday, India's government announced plans to end a national lockdown that began on 25 March. This was expected - the roads, and even the skies, have been busy for the last 10 days since restrictions started to ease for the ... Full story

Coronavirus deaths top 50,000 in Latin America: Reuters tally

FILE PHOTO: Gravediggers bury the body of a person who died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Sao Francisco Xavier cemetery, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 29, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Latin America hit a grim milestone on Saturday as coronavirus deaths topped 50,000 and cases neared 1 million, with countries such as Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru struggling to stem the tide, according to a Reuters tally. ... Full story

Violence breaks out amid US protests - BBC News

Image caption Riot officers in Los Angeles, California, clashed with protesters who set at least two squad cars on fire and damaged several others. Violence has broken out again in the US as protests continue across the country over the killing of an unarmed black man by police in the state on Minnesota on Monday. George Floyd died in police custody while an officer kneeled on his neck to pin him down. In Minnesota - where he was killed - the ... Full story

Mexico counts 9,779 coronavirus deaths, 87,512 cases

FILE PHOTO: A commuter is seen before a temperature check inside a metro, as the government plans to start easing restrictions amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City, Mexico May 29, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico on Saturday registered 2,885 new cases of coronavirus and 364 more deaths, bringing the total numbers to 87,512 cases and 9,779 fatalities, according to data from health ... Full story

As Minneapolis rioters set buildings ablaze, grocer pleads to save his stores

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - At a little past midnight on Saturday as smoke billowed and flames rose from the tops of a nearby bank and a post office building, Minneapolis grocery store owner Mohammad Abdi knew he had a critical business decision to make. FILE PHOTO: Owner of Tawakal Halal Grocery store walks outside his store following the protests against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., May ... Full story

In pictures: Peru's most catastrophic natural disaster

On 31 May 1970, a huge earthquake struck off the coast of Peru. The quake and the massive landslides it triggered killed approximately 70,000 people. A wall of ice came loose from Peru's highest mountain, Mount Huascarán, careered down the mountain at incredibly speed and buried the town of Yungay. A statue of Christ in the town's cemetery and four palm trees were all that remained of Yungay. In nearby Ranrahirca, 20,000 people were killed, ... Full story

Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque reopens after more than two months

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque reopened to worshippers on Sunday after a two-and-a-half month coronavirus closure, but Muslim authorities imposed some precautions as health officials warn of an uptick in local infections. FILE PHOTO: The Al-Aqsa mosque reflects in a puddle next to a gate to the compound known to Jews as Temple Mount and to Muslims as The Noble Sanctuary, in Jerusalem's Old City December 27, 2019. REUTERS/Ammar ... Full story

Coronavirus: Biden and Trump face off over China News

Image caption The US election is likely to be overshadowed by the coronavirus. As the US grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, President Donald Trump and and his likely election rival, Joe Biden, have been locking horns over the handling of the crisis. They've traded accusations about access to China for US health experts, and restrictions on flights from China following the outbreak. We've been looking at some of these claims and ... Full story

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