Trump lashes out at Minneapolis protesters after police station torched

It was an 18 second video that lit the touchpaper on an old American divide. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The clip of a black man being held on the ground by a policeman sparked rioting and looting in the city where it happened, Minneapolis, and beyond. The man, George Floyd, later died. Then Donald Trump waded in … Read more Trump lashes out at Minneapolis protesters after police station torched

Two autistic teens locked in house after father discovered dead in back yard | ABC News

WARNING – The following contains images some viewers may find distressing Photos and vision of two teenage boys found malnourished and locked inside a suburban Brisbane home reveal the horrific conditions they were living in. Neighbours say despite notifying the Department of Child Safety, nothing was done. Read more here: https://ab.co/2X8SeIT For more from ABC … Read more Two autistic teens locked in house after father discovered dead in back yard | ABC News

Family of black jogger killed by two white men in Georgia speak out

Violent clashes have broken out between police and protesters in Minneapolis – as anger erupted over the death of a black man at the hands of a white police officer. WARNING: Contains distressing images. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) It follows the outrage over the killing of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery by two white men in Georgia – … Read more Family of black jogger killed by two white men in Georgia speak out

Could China-India border dispute trigger a military conflict? I Inside Story

Trouble is brewing at the roof of the world. India and China both claim territory along the Himalayas. Their border dispute goes back decades. The Indian military says in the first week of May, Indian and Chinese soldiers scuffled and threw stones at each other in the Pangong Tso lake and Naku La areas. Chinese … Read more Could China-India border dispute trigger a military conflict? I Inside Story

Ecuador: Families desperate to find relatives’ remains

In Ecuador, families of coronavirus victims are desperately searching for their loved ones’ remains. Hundreds of bodies have never been identified, as hospitals, morgues and cemeteries become overwhelmed. In the city of Guayaquil, bodies have not been stored properly, and have started to decompose. Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports. WARNING: Some viewers may find some … Read more Ecuador: Families desperate to find relatives’ remains

Is It Safe To Go To The Beach This Bank Holiday Weekend? | This Morning

This week’s mini-heatwave has seen beaches and parks packed with people desperate to enjoy the sun and make the most of the relaxed lockdown restrictions. But is it really safe to cram onto an overcrowded beach? Virologist Professor Jonathan Ball joins us live this morning to share his concerns over the recent images, and advise … Read more Is It Safe To Go To The Beach This Bank Holiday Weekend? | This Morning

Passenger plane with more than 100 on board crashes near Karachi, Pakistani authorities say

Images shown on national television showed the Pakistan International Airlines flight had smashed into a residential area. It comes just days after Pakistan began allowing commercial flights to resume. Freelance journalist Azaz Syed tells us more. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our … Read more Passenger plane with more than 100 on board crashes near Karachi, Pakistani authorities say

China Media Group releases bird’s-eye view documentary

China Media Group has released the third season of its documentary series, “Aerial China”. CMG President Shen Haixiong attended the releasing ceremony. Viewers can get a bird’s-eye view of China’s historical and cultural landscapes, natural geographical features, and construction achievements. Images are taken from more than 23 provincial-level regions. The result is a real, three-dimensional, … Read more China Media Group releases bird’s-eye view documentary

Our royal team on Harry and Meghan’s anniversary and the Queen’s virtual flower show | ITV News

This is The Royal Rota – our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson. Chris and Lizzie discuss what the coronavirus outbreak means for royal finances and reminisce about Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding two years on. Royal Editor at HELLO! Magazine Emily Nash joins … Read more Our royal team on Harry and Meghan’s anniversary and the Queen’s virtual flower show | ITV News

Sky News Investigates: Animal markets in South East Asia

SARS, MERS, ebola. Three killer diseases that jumped from animals to humans. Most scientists agree COVID-19 probably originated in wildlife. So how do we stop it again and save lives in the future? A warning this report contains graphic images including dead animals which some viewers may find distressing. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for … Read more Sky News Investigates: Animal markets in South East Asia

Club Penguin: How fans turned Disney’s children’s game toxic – BBC News

During the pandemic, unofficial fan-run versions of a children’s game called Club Penguin surged in popularity. But a BBC investigation found one site to be a breeding ground for “e-sex”, racism, bullying and anti-Semitism. Disney is now threatening legal action to get the site and all other Club Penguin clones shut down, and one man … Read more Club Penguin: How fans turned Disney’s children’s game toxic – BBC News

Tasmanian tiger: newly released footage captures last-known vision of thylacine

Newly released footage captures the last-known moving images of the evasive thylacine (Tasmanian tiger). Shot in 1935, the footage has been released to the public after being digitally restored by the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. Unseen for 85 years, the 21 seconds come from a 1935 travelogue, Tasmania the Wonderland, believed to … Read more Tasmanian tiger: newly released footage captures last-known vision of thylacine

Man creates a ‘COVID replica’ every day of lockdown

Lorenzo Saa creates a version of the COVID-19 virus each day at his home in north London with fruit, vegetables and household items. He says the idea “came completely at random.” Sitting in his living room, after being bombarded with images of the virus, he looked at his cactus and thought: “It’s COVID-19!” Subscribe to … Read more Man creates a ‘COVID replica’ every day of lockdown