Gazan officials say 42 were killed, as the UN head calls for an end to "utterly appalling" violence.
Rocket attacks on Israel and air strikes on Gaza have continued, turning homes on both sides to rubble.
As rules change in England, Wales and most of Scotland, PM Boris Johnson urges caution.
The largest single supplier to the international Covax scheme has made no shipments since March.
A deal could see Harry Potter-maker Warner Bros. and Discovery's lifestyle channels under the same owner.
Viral footage posted last week showed the animal roaming around a Houston neighbourhood.
It comes as the government faces fresh criticism for failing to support Australians stranded in India.
John Kerry told the BBC technologies that don't yet exist will play a huge role in stabilising the climate.
The structure at a partially built synagogue near Jerusalem had been packed for a religious festival.
Greenpeace says it found plastic waste from UK supermarkets dumped and burned at numerous sites.
Cinemas and entertainment venues are shutting down, and limits on public gatherings are tightened.
Police arrest four men in connection with a video appearing to show anti-Semitic abuse shouted from a car.
Department of Health confirms its IT systems was hit by a ransomware attack last Thursday.
The investigative film has been delayed over a “significant duty of care issue”, the broadcaster says.
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