The U.K.'s lockdown is coming to an end… sort of.Schools are back for some pupils, non-essential shops can reopen again on June 15 and outdoor markets are already trading.
Additional troops have reportedly arrived at the contested, high-altitude border between China and India, even as both sides downplayed reports of tensions spilling over into violence there.
International critics of U.S. policy are seizing on widespread protests and unrest sparked by the police killing of an unarmed black man as an opportunity to discredit the United States on the world stage.
Russians are becoming increasingly willing to protest as trust in Vladimir Putin declines while the nation battles one of the largest coronavirus outbreaks in the world.
Chinese state media has mocked President Donald Trump over the ongoing George Floyd protests, with one newspaper editor telling the commander-in-chief not to "hide behind" law enforcement.
Fashion retailer Primark has announced that it is reopening all of its stores in England on June 15, according to its owner.
After vowing to end Hong Kong's special status if China imposes security laws which threaten the semi-autonomy of the city, President Donald Trump faced backlash from both Beijing and China's state media accusing him of threatening its national sovereignty.
Texas Republican Congressman Will Hurd pleaded with President Donald Trump to reverse his Friday decision terminating the United States' relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO), with the GOP lawmaker saying the move only helps the Chinese Communist Party.
Russia has further asserted its footholds in Syria and Libya, challenging the U.S. military presence in the Mediterranean with recent moves designed to advance Moscow's interests in the region.
President Donald Trump has ordered his administration to begin revoking the special status granted to Hong Kong under U.S. law, moving to begin treating the semi-autonomous city like the rest of China as he accused Beijing of extending its control there.