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June 25, 2019
'Will you shut up, man?' - The 7 defining moments of a presidential debate that got ugly

'Will you shut up, man?' - The 7 defining moments of a presidential debate that got ugly

The first presidential debate happened overnight, and whether you missed it or want a recap, we've rounded up the defining moments and tried to gauge who came out on top.

Biden and Trump clash on coronavirus and race in presidential debate

Biden and Trump clash on coronavirus and race in presidential debate

President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden began the first US presidential debate with heated exchanges over coronavirus, race relations and election integrity.

One million people have now died from coronavirus globally

One million people have now died from coronavirus globally

More than a million people around the world have now died in the coronavirus pandemic.

To live up to its 2060 commitment, China must ditch coal - but will it?

To live up to its 2060 commitment, China must ditch coal - but will it?

Heilongjiang province, on the edge of Siberia, is China's rust belt.

UK and Canada impose sanctions on Belarus leader over 'rigged' election

UK and Canada impose sanctions on Belarus leader over 'rigged' election

The UK and Canada have announced sanctions against Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko over claims of a rigged election and violence against protesters.

Terror suspect 'wanted to burn down Charlie Hebdo office - but did not know it had moved'

Terror suspect 'wanted to burn down Charlie Hebdo office - but did not know it had moved'

A knife attacker who targeted the former office of Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo wanted to set them on fire with white spirit, French prosecutors have said.

Amnesty stops work in India after accounts frozen in 'witch-hunt' by Modi government

Amnesty stops work in India after accounts frozen in 'witch-hunt' by Modi government

Amnesty International has stopped work in India after the government froze its bank accounts as part of what the group claims is a "witch-hunt".

Salty lakes the size of Scotland could be buried beneath Martian pole

Salty lakes the size of Scotland could be buried beneath Martian pole

New evidence has been revealed of an enormous salty lake of liquid water buried beneath the ice of the Martian south pole.

WHO to roll out 120 million rapid COVID-19 tests to poorer countries

WHO to roll out 120 million rapid COVID-19 tests to poorer countries

A plan to roll out 120 million rapid-diagnostic tests for coronavirus to help lower and middle-income countries make up ground in a testing gap with richer countries has been agreed.

Chadwick Boseman gave Sienna Miller part of his salary to increase her pay on movie, she reveals

Chadwick Boseman gave Sienna Miller part of his salary to increase her pay on movie, she reveals

Chadwick Boseman took a salary cut so Sienna Miller's pay could be increased on the film 21 Bridges, she has revealed.

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