Latest Press Friday 25th September 2020
- Cardinal Becciu: Vatican forced resignation
- Polio campaigners misinformation distrust
- Transracial adoption: ‘I’ve been accused kidnapping child’
- Dutch celebs backlash Covid rebellion
- Coronavirus: Age seen Africa’s cases
- US 2020 election: The Trump charts
- Mali coup: Bah Ndaw sworn
- Italy’s Ganna wins Thomas
- Lizzo says positivity has ‘commercialised’ ‘cool’
- Officer London
- Atletico Madrid Suarez Barcelona
- ‘Our asked – photo’
- Mine-detecting receives prestigious
- President Trump booed Supreme Court pays respects Ruth Bader Ginsburg
- Tottenham handed Carabao Cup bye Orient players coronavirus
- Coronavirus: Israel tightens lockdown acrimony
- European Commission Apple
- Amazon unveils Ring drone Luna games
- Auschwitz Memorial offers Nigeria ‘blasphemy’
- Breonna Taylor: Why it’s US shootings
- The German students
- ‘One China’s currency’
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes US capitol
- Valtteri Bottas fastest Russia
- Coronavirus: ‘We’re Australian we’re trapped UK’
- Archibald: Vincent Namatjira named prize’s Aboriginal
- PMC Bank collapse: ‘We son’
- Alexei Navalny: How Novichok Tomsk
- Paris attack: Two stabbed Charlie Hebdo
- Coronavirus: Are lockdown restrictions strict?
- Quiz week: Who made ‘pand-Emmys’?
- Pilot whales Tasmania: Rescuing whales Australia’s worst stranding
- How cyber-attacks?
- Micah Richards Man City Phil Foden done England
- Kim Jong-un apologises South Korean – South
- ‘At surprises me’ – Messi says Suarez deserved send-off Barca
- Africa’s pictures: 18 – 24 September 2020
- Covid-19: China’s
- ‘The is so, cold’ – Nadal ‘tough’ Paris conditions
- The ‘vaccine nationalism’
Cardinal Becciu: Vatican forced resignation
Cardinal Becciu managed a controversial deal to buy a luxury London real estate with church funds.
Polio campaigners misinformation distrust
Pakistan and neighbouring Afghanistan are the only 2 countries in the world yet to eliminate wild polio.
Transracial adoption: ‘I’ve been accused kidnapping child’
How one man went from being a “street kid” in Uganda, to adopting a white kid in the US.
Dutch celebs backlash Covid rebellion
Young stars have been criticised after announcing they were abandoning efforts to combat the virus.
Coronavirus: Age seen Africa’s cases
The continent has been spared the surge in coronavirus cases seen elsewhere in the world.
US 2020 election: The Trump charts
President Trump claims he has been responsible for the strongest US economy ever. What do the numbers show?
Mali coup: Bah Ndaw sworn
The ex-defence minister was picked simply by the coup leader to head a transitional government until elections.
Italy’s Ganna wins Thomas
Filippo Ganna wins precious steel in the men’s time trial as Geraint Thomas finishes fourth at the Road World Championships in Italy.
Lizzo says positivity has ‘commercialised’ ‘cool’
Pop star Lizzo says the movement has been hijacked simply by those who do not need to benefit from it.
The long-serving sergeant was an “inspiration to all who knew him”, says one colleague.
Atletico Madrid Suarez Barcelona
Atletico Madrid complete the signing of striker Luis Suarez from La Liga rivals Barcelona.
‘Our asked – photo’
George was neglected simply by his parents, then an adoption went incorrect. There was only one family that he felt loved by.
Mine-detecting receives prestigious
Mine-detecting rat, Magawa, has sniffed out there generally there dozens of landmines and unexploded munitions in Cambodia.
President Trump booed Supreme Court pays respects Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The president is heckled while paying his respects to the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Tottenham handed Carabao Cup bye Orient players coronavirus
Tottenham are awarded a bye into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup after their particular link with Leyton Orient was called off.
Coronavirus: Israel tightens lockdown acrimony
But plans to limit gatherings are held up, with a couple of seeing it as a ruse to curb anti-PM protests.
European Commission Apple
EU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court.
Amazon unveils Ring drone Luna games
One privacy campaign group says it is Amazon’s “most chilling home surveillance product” yet.
Auschwitz Memorial offers Nigeria ‘blasphemy’
Polish historian says he will serve part of the jail term of a boy, 13, convicted of blasphemy in Nigeria.
Breonna Taylor: Why it’s US shootings
There are reasons why it is rare that excessive use of police force leads to a trial. Here they are.
The German students
Lack of training is restricting access to abortion in Germany, but students are trying to modify that.
‘One China’s currency’
China plans a digital version of it’s currency, which a couple of say could become a huge global payment system.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes US capitol
Thousands have already paid their particular respects as she lay in repose outside the Supreme Court this particular week.
Valtteri Bottas fastest Russia
Valtteri Bottas sets the pace ahead of Lewis Hamilton in second practice at the Russian Grand Prix despite scruffy sessions for both Mercedes drivers.
Coronavirus: ‘We’re Australian we’re trapped UK’
Thousands of Australians are stuck in the UK after struggling to return because of to rigid get a trip rules.
Archibald: Vincent Namatjira named prize’s Aboriginal
Vincent Namatjira calls his Archibald Prize victory “a very important moment in Australian art”.
PMC Bank collapse: ‘We son’
Little has changed one 12 months after nearly a million Indians lost their own savings in a bank collapse.
Alexei Navalny: How Novichok Tomsk
Russia’s top opposition figure has left hospital but it was his colleagues who gathered the evidence.
Paris attack: Two stabbed Charlie Hebdo
Two suspects are arrested after the incident near the scene of the deadly 2015 attack on the magazine.
Coronavirus: Are lockdown restrictions strict?
Some people, including scientists, believe the hard lockdown measures can become confusing.
Quiz week: Who made ‘pand-Emmys’?
How closely have you been paying attention to what’s been going on during the past seven days?
Pilot whales Tasmania: Rescuing whales Australia’s worst stranding
Nearly 400 whales have died in Australia’s worst stranding. Jools Farrell told the BBC how rescuers help those still alive.
Experts have been warning for years that it is not a matter of if, but when, hackers will eliminate somebody.
Micah Richards Man City Phil Foden done England
BBC pundit Micah Richards says Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden is doing the appropriate things to produce up for his mistakes on England duty.
Kim Jong-un apologises South Korean – South
Seoul said the man was shot dead and set alight while allegedly trying to defect to the North.
‘At surprises me’ – Messi says Suarez deserved send-off Barca
Lionel Messi says Luis Suarez deserved a a lot much better send-off from Barcelona but that he is “no longer surprised” simply simply by the club’s treatment of the striker.
Africa’s pictures: 18 – 24 September 2020
A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent and beyond.
Breeding snakes and types of rat for food or medicine is a source of income for some of China’s poorest people.
‘The is so, cold’ – Nadal ‘tough’ Paris conditions
Twelve-time champion Rafael Nadal says the colder weather at a delayed French Open will provide the toughest conditions he has faced in Paris.
The ‘vaccine nationalism’
Ros Atkins looks at why vaccine nationalism is a growing concern in the global effort to tackle Covid-19.