Monday, Jun 01
US reporter shot in the eye with rubber bullet by police
A photojournalist covering protests in Minneapolis has been left permanently blinded in one eye after being shot in the face with a rubber bullet by police.
Turkey opens second emergency hospital
Attending the opening ceremony, President Erdoğan stressed the importance of emergency hospitals.
National Guard troops activated as protests continue
Mexico records 9,779 deaths from coronavirus
The country had confirmed its first case on Feb. 28 and the first death on March 19.
Iran records 2,516 more cases in past 24 hours
Iran started loosening the containment measures in April, and classified areas as white, orange and red, indicating low, medium and high risk for infections.
Protesters lynch shop owner in US' Dallas
Coronavirus cases surpass 400,000 in Russia
On Saturday, the Russian Health Ministry officially approved Avifavir medication for the treatment of the coronavirus patients, although the final stage of trials has not been completed yet.
UK risks citizens by ending lockdown too soon, adviser says
John Edmunds, from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and a member of SAGE, said the easing was risky.
China says coronavirus vaccine 99 percent likely to work
Protesters gather near White House
US President Trump praised the Secret Service officers who guard the White House as "very cool. I was inside, watched every move, and couldn’t have felt safer."
Coronavirus cases surpass 6 million across world
The US remains the worst-hit country by the virus with over 1.76 million infection cases, while the death toll in the country exceeded 103,600.
US protests, lootings continue for fifth day
SpaceX succesfully launches first astronauts to space
Belgian Prince tests positive after attending party in Spain
According to the official sources, the party violated the regional lockdown rules that limit the size of gatherings to 15 people.
Turkey to resume domestic flights on June 1
Turkey's death toll rises to 4,515
The country reported a total of 983 new cases, bringing the infection tally to 163,103, Turkish Health Minister said.
EU seeks dialogue with China despite tensions
The bill is not in conformity with China’s international obligations and the Basic Law of Hong Kong, said the EU document he read out.
Pakistan to resume international flights
The development came a week after Islamabad lifted its ban on domestic flights.
S.Korea faces difficulties on school reopening
Vice Education Minister Park Baeg-beom announced elementary and middle schools will be required to cap the number of students at one-third of the total student body.
Russia sees 232 fatalities in last 24 hours
Highest deaths due to rise in patients suffering from more severe symptoms, says official.