India's caseload continues to rise even as restrictions ease across the country.
What South Africa can teach other African countries gearing up for a spike in infections.
In the 1980s, innocent children and adults were taken off South Korea's streets - and locked away.
A group of performers were halfway across the ocean in a 75ft boat when the pandemic erupted - leaving them with nowhere to go.
James Wani Igga made the announcement on state-owned TV
On 31 May 1970 an earthquake struck in Peru, triggering a landslide and leading to the deaths of 70,000.
'Emma' lost her job and had to move back to the village where she feels 'misunderstood'.
Keisha Lance Bottoms invoked city history in a passionate plea for those protesting the death of George Floyd to go home
In the majority of cases, police and the localities that employ them are largely shielded from having to pay financial settlements to victims or their survivors by 'qualified immunity'
Windows were smashed, stores robbed and fires set in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, where more than 500 were arrested during an hours-long rampage through downtown Friday