New York's attorney general announces a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful gun lobbying group.
The visiting French president says funding is available but reforms must take place before it is sent.
Israa Seblani was posing for her wedding photographs when the huge explosion shook the nearby port area of Beirut.
The boys were fleeing police and "had no idea" they had entered the US president's property.
The zoo has been trying to return the pandas to China, but travel has been thwarted by coronavirus.
The former US first lady blames it on the pandemic, racial tensions and the Trump administration.
The man has been accused of producing ketamine as relations between the countries remain fraught.
India confirmed its last million cases in just 20 days, faster than any other county in the world.
A six-year-old girl "nearly chokes" on Happy Meal from the Aldershot branch of the fast food giant.
Houses have become nightclubs despite coronavirus-linked restrictions, Los Angeles mayor says.
The social networks say a post of a TV interview Mr Trump gave contained Covid-19 "misinformation".
The Japanese firm sold roughly 10 times as many copies of the game in the quarter as any of its other titles.
The actress says she "should never have played Nina" in the heavily criticised 2016 biopic.
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