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Care home staff from the charity MHA look back at the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
The White House compares President Donald Trump to Winston Churchill during World War Two.
FGM was outlawed by Sudan's new Sovereign Council, who have been in power since August 2019.
In Russia, coronavirus ahs seen the long-time president's approval rating fall to an all-time low.
Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory in the 1920 Trianon treaty and now aims to revive its past.
With theatres closed, and TV and movie filming on hold, acting school graduates are struggling.
Layla Barnes is one of thousands of small business owners who are getting no government support in the pandemic.
Kenyan journalist Larry Madowo writes about the racism he has experienced in the US.
Disruption to immunisation campaigns caused by Covid-19 could lead to many preventable deaths.
Three adults and a child from Brent, north London, are taken to hospital with gunshot injuries.
The prince says he was "lucky" to have mild symptoms as other are enduring "unbelievably testing" times.
Many of Thursday's papers lead with the new development in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma is tested for coronavirus after feeling unwell during a debate.
In total 166 migrants attempt to cross the English Channel in 24 hours - with 64 people on one boat.
Ex-officer Derek Chauvin now faces second-degree murder, while three others face abetting charges.
The president also defends his race relations record as anger continues over George Floyd's death.
Real target Jadon Sancho, Juventus show interest in Ousmane Dembele, plus more.
George Floyd: Michael Jordan, Jadon Sancho, Serena Williams speak out, past protests and why this time might be different
BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor rounds up some of the reaction and discusses the history of American sports stars speaking out against "ingrained racism".
Sam Burgess calls Mike Ford "a snake" and accuses him of treating Burgess as a "pawn" during England's 2015 World Cup campaign.
Premier League clubs are set to discuss on Thursday what should happen if the season comes to a premature conclusion.