Coronavirus: Idlib’s first Covid-19 case raises fears for Syria camps

Aid groups say the first case is “a major blow” for huge numbers of refugees in north-west Syria.

‘I can recover at home’: Cosmetic surgeons see rise in patients amid pandemic

More people are having surgery as they can work from home while they recover and hide behind masks.

Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries

From his laptop in Essex, Dr Tahir Akhtar is advising Pakistani doctors on treating coronavirus patients.

A dam on the Nile is making lots of heat but no power

Egypt sees the dam as an existential threat, while Ethiopia sees it as an existential necessity.

Black Lives Matter: From social media post to global movement

Black Lives Matter has sparked a hashtag, grass-roots organisations, and a collective of activists.

Coronavirus: How New Zealand went ‘hard and early’ to beat Covid-19

What has been the strategy behind New Zealand’s Covid-19 success?

Coronavirus: How Mexican cartels are taking advantage of pandemic

The BBC has secured exclusive access to one cartel trying to win over the hearts and minds of Mexico’s poor during the coronavirus pandemic.

Robert Fuller: Hanging death of black man ruled suicide

Robert Fuller’s death sparked suspicion but investigators say he had history of mental illness.

Notre Dame: Cathedral’s spire will be restored to 19th Century design

President Emmanuel Macron put an end to speculation that the restored spire would be modern.

Xinjiang: US sanctions Chinese officials over ‘abuse’ of Muslims

China is accused of persecuting Uighur Muslims, including by locking them up in detention camps.