Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny was hospitalised in August after falling seriously ill while on a domestic flight and then transferred to a German clinic, in accordance with his family's wishes. Germany claimed that the blogger was "poisoned" with a substance from the Novichok nerve agent group, but declined to provide evidence of this.
Ahead of their first debate set for 29 September, Donald Trump and Joe Biden have weighed in on the civil unrest in Kentucky over a decision by state Attorney General suggesting that the use of force by two police officers in Breonna Taylor's death in March was justified under state law.
Riots broke out in Louisville on Wednesday after the state attorney general announced that no criminal charges would be filed against two of the police officers involved in the killing of African-American woman Breonna Taylor in March.
As of February 2018, former British Army major Robert Campbell, 47, had been cleared from charges of drowning a 19-year-old Iraqi man, Saeed Radhi Shabram, in the city of Basra in 2003 seven times before a new investigation into the incident was kicked off, weeks after he was given a good conduct medal.
A video of a Seattle police officer walking his bike across the head of a man lying on the ground has rocked social media, with users decrying the cop's action and the Seattle Police Department later saying that the incident is under investigation.
The global death toll from the coronavirus has topped 981,000; over 32 million cases of the infection have been detected, of whom over 22 million have recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Fans eagerly supported their idol, as the star striker himself casually downplayed his illness, suggesting it was a “bad idea” for the virus itself.
Throughout his "career", a giant African rat named Magawa has discovered 39 landmines and 28 undetonated explosives.