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The new rules apply to cinemas, museums and places of worship as more quarantine restrictions start.
The government is also looking at using "maritime assets" to stop people crossing the Channel.
The sanctions on Carrie Lam and others are for "undermining" the Chinese territory's autonomy.
With benefits expired for millions of jobless and mass evictions looming, lawmakers go on holiday.
Russia wants a second term for President Trump while China does not, a US intelligence chief says.
World Championship figure skater Jessica Shuran Yu says that since going public about her abuse, other skaters want to speak out but fear they cannot do so.
Manchester City's impressive win over Real Madrid shows their strength as a team and ability to win as a group as they head for Lisbon, says ex-City midfielder Michael Brown.
A central Vietnamese city is back in lockdown as researchers search for the source of a new outbreak.
Tommy Fleetwood cards the joint-lowest round of the 2020 US PGA Championship to move into contention going into the final two rounds in San Francisco.
With coronavirus cases rising sharply, India has turned to rapid testing kits. But how reliable are they?
Mauritius declares a state of emergency after Japanese-owned carrier MV Wakashio starts leaking oil.
Jerry Falwell Jr will step down as president of Liberty University after posting the "weird" image.
A selection of remarkable images taken around the world this week.
Families in Beirut are still desperately seeking news of missing loved ones.
The investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput's death has taken several twists and turns.
With no tourists because of the pandemic, a guide in Cambodia is instead teaching English
The country's fight against Covid-19 was initially celebrated, but the public mood has now soured.
How a giant went from the slums to being the Queen's bodyguard and an American circus star.
Keeping Covid out of Antarctica means little research will be done on the continent in 2020-2021.
The manner of their victory over Real Madrid suggests this could be the big moment in the Champions League for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores his 129th and 130th Champions League goals but Lyon knock Juventus out of the Champions League.
The South Dakota rally could be one of the largest public gatherings since the pandemic began.
Boris Prokoshev, captain of the Rhosus, spoke to the BBC's Sarah Rainsford about why the ship was in Beirut.
The plane had 190 people on board and was repatriating Indians stranded by the coronavirus crisis.
She is the second person in less than a week to be injured by a humpback whale at Ningaloo Reef.
Ferrari, McLaren and Renault say they will appeal against the decision to punish Racing Point in Formula 1's "copying" controversy.
Bowler Chris Woakes says England will draw on their recent experiences of claiming unlikely victories in the first Test against Pakistan.
As businesses reopen across the US, so are eviction courts with millions of lives being upturned.
The retaliatory move comes after Canada's deputy prime minister promised a "dollar for dollar" fight
The Chinese firm's investments include Fortnite, Tesla and Universal Music - but it's under fire in the US.
Agencies send urgent support to help hundreds of thousands of people affected by Tuesday's explosion.
The BBC's Simon Jones encounters a boat full of migrants who have succeeded in reaching UK waters.
Photos of a naked Berlin man chasing a wild boar to get his stolen laptop back go viral.
Brothers transform expected win into stunning rout of the opposition, writes Anbarasan Ethirajan.
It has been closed since April, you can’t reach it by car, and it's a two-day hike from the nearest airport.
After Li Jingzhi's son went missing in 1988 she dedicated her life to searching for him. He was found in May this year.
Satellite and aerial images show the extent of the Beirut port explosion that ripped through the Lebanese city.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he wants a "clean" internet free of "untrusted" Chinese apps.
Birdwatching has boomed during Australia's Covid-19 lockdown - and it's having an unexpected benefit.
Patrick Hutchinson was photographed carrying a counter-protester to safety at a London anti-racism rally in June.
Brad Walls photographs the beauty of sun-drenched swimming pools from an aerial view.
The horrors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb are laid bare through the story of one woman's life.
US parents are resorting to "pandemic pods" and garden classrooms - but will it deepen inequalities?
Three African Americans have been explaining why they left the US to find a better life in Africa.
Basketball is perhaps the sport best placed to challenge racial inequality. Is the NBA doing it right?