Northern Ireland's power-sharing government has called for calm after frustration among pro-British unionists over post-Brexit trade barriers helped trigger some of the worst violence in the region in years.
Britain will confirm in early May whether it will allow international travel to resume from May 17 and which countries will fall into the red, amber or green categories in a traffic light system based on Covid risks.
Australia will scrap exemptions for judges and politicians from sex harassment laws, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison's government struggles to contain a backlash over claims of mistreatment of female lawmakers and staff.
French winemakers have lit candles and burned bales of straw to try to protect their vineyards from sharp spring frosts, with the forecast of more cold nights this week raising fears of serious damage and lost production.
Tiger Woods was traveling more than 40 miles per hour (64kph) above the speed limit when he lost control of his car, causing the crash that severely injured him in February, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
India has reported a record 126,789 Covid-19 cases, as several states struggle to contain a second wave. Daily infections, which surpassed 100,000 for the first time on Monday, have now exceeded that mark three times - the biggest daily rises in the world.