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Coronavirus: South African communities are buckling under COVID-19 'storm'
Funerals in South Africa are grand events that require time and money to organise - plenty of which could be seen as we pulled up to the Shweme Zilamkhonto funeral parlour in Port Elizabeth.
Coronavirus: New cases force 160,000 back into localised lockdown in Spain
Around 160,000 people in a Spanish city have been ordered back into lockdown for 15 days after a surge in new coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus: Ireland delays pubs reopening for three more weeks
The Irish government has announced pubs that do not serve food will remain closed until 10 August.
Scientists reveal 'unequivocal evidence' of the influence of greenhouse gases
Scientists have revealed what they say is "unequivocal evidence" of the influence of greenhouse gases on the planet.
Spain's population to halve and Nigeria to be dominant global power within 80 years, report predicts
The global population is likely to shrink after the middle of this century, triggering shifts in economic power, a new report suggests.
Huawei: Trust 'seriously damaged' between UK and China over ban, Chinese ambassador says
Serious damage has been done to the UK's relationship with China and investment could suffer following the government's decision to dump Huawei, Beijing's man in London has said.
Fahim Saleh: Tech entrepreneur 'found dismembered' in luxury New York City apartment
A tech entrepreneur has been found dismembered in his luxury New York City apartment, according to reports.
Trump and China respond to UK's ban on Huawei
Donald Trump has welcomed Britain's decision to block Huawei from its 5G network - while China's ambassador to the UK said it was "disappointing and wrong".
Apple and Ireland win appeal over EU's €13bn tax demand
Apple and Ireland have won an appeal against an EU order that the tech giant pay the country €13bn (£11.6bn) in back taxes.
Microplastics left behind by tyres and brake pads a major source of ocean pollution - study
Plastic particles left behind by vehicle tyres and brake pads are threatening ecosystems and marine life across the world, according to new research.