BY: SOPHIA TATUM, ABC NEWS (PARIS) — A fire broke out at the cathedral Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in the western French city of Nantes on Saturday morning and was contained by firefighters in a couple of hours. Over 100 firefighters and 45 trucks were mobilized to... Read More.
BY: BRITT CLENNETT, ABC NEWS (SYDNEY) — Until now, Australia had been heralded as a global leader in combating the novel coronavirus, which is why a sudden surge in cases came as a shock. Nearly 5 million residents in the hardest-hit city of... Read More.
BY: KATIE KINDELAN AND ZOE MAGEE, GOOD MORNING AMERICA (LONDON) — The veteran known as Captain Tom who raised tens of millions of dollars for the British National Health Service during the coronavirus pandemic received a knighthood Friday from Queen Elizabeth. Capt. Sir... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(LONDON) -- Princess Beatrice, whose plan for a large royal wedding was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, has tied the knot in a private ceremony on the grounds of Windsor Castle.Beatrice, the oldest... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) -- In June, daily new cases of coronavirus surged to record levels. Here's what happened throughout the month.The United Nations is warning that 265 million people could be pushed to the point of... Read More.
(LONDON) -- BY: GUY DAVIES A "cyber espionage group" associated with the Russian intelligence services has attempted to hack into coronavirus vaccine research in the US, Britain and Canada, according to a report from U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center.The U.S. National... Read More.
(MOSCOW) -- BY: PATRICK REEVELLThe Russian hacking group accused on Thursday by the U.K., U.S. and Canada of seeking to steal information on potential COVID-19 vaccines is a familiar name to cybersecurity experts.APT-29, or Advanced Persistent Threat 29,... Read More.
By KARMA ALLEN, ABC NEWS (LONDON) — A statue of a controversial 17th century British slave trader stood for more than 100 years in Bristol, U.K.Protesters toppled it last month, but the resin and steel Black Lives Matter sculpture that replaced... Read More.
By SOMAYEH MALEKIAN, ABC News(TEHRAN, Iran) -- Iranians from a variety of political, economic and cultural backgrounds -- lawyers, teachers, footballers, artists, students, activists -- joined together in an unprecedented Twitter storm, sharing the hashtag #DoNotExecute to protest the judiciary... Read More.
BY: KARMA ALLEN, ABC NEWS (LONDON) — Just weeks after protesters illegally toppled a controversial statue of a 17th century British slave trader, an acclaimed sculptor secretly replaced it with a brand new effigy honoring a U.K. Black Lives Matter protester. British artist Marc... Read More.