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Coronavirus deaths pass one million worldwideMore than a million people around the world have now died in the coronavirus pandemic.

Dozens killed as Armenia and Azerbaijan step up fighting in fiercest violence since 1990sAt least 29 people have been killed in a second day of heavy clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan following the fiercest flare-up of their conflict in more than a quarter of a century.

'Bodies were in pieces' - evidence of possible war crimes by Houthi rebels in YemenFresh evidence of possible war crimes against civilians by Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen has been uncovered by Sky News.

Evidence of potential war crime by Saudi coalition in YemenA Sky News investigation has discovered evidence of a recent potential war crime in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, which is backed by the US and Britain.

Victims of Yemen's proxy war are 'screaming in pain, but no one is hearing'"There are no heroes in Yemen, just criminals and victims."

Poisoned Putin critic Navalny visited by Merkel in hospitalGerman chancellor Angela Merkel visited Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in a Berlin hospital where he was recovering after being poisoned with Novichok, her spokesman has revealed.

When are the US presidential debates and how do they work?The US presidential election steps up a gear this week, as Donald Trump and Joe Biden square off in their first televised presidential debate on Tuesday night.

Trump 'paid no income tax at all' for 10 of the 15 years before his presidencyDonald Trump paid just $750 (£590) in federal income taxes in 2016 - the year he was elected, according to The New York Times.

$421m in loans, $70,000 on hairstylists: Five claims about Trump's financesDonald Trump has cultivated a reputation for being a shrewd, successful businessman over the years - but an in-depth article into the state of the president's finances casts doubt on the image he

Children half as likely to catch coronavirus than adults, analysis suggestsChildren are 44% less likely to catch coronavirus than adults, according to an analysis led by the president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.