Parents who won almost $1m are being threatened by a gang demanding they use the money to buy guns. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Several people are injured in Rotterdam as protests against new coronavirus curbs turn violent.
from: BBC News Volunteer builders take on their biggest challenge to help make Cher Little’s house a home.
A family who thought they had bought a dog realised their mistake after it attacked other animals. from: BBC News
India’s capital woke up to a think blanket of smog as air quality dipped to hazardous levels. from: BBC News
With the military’s leadership in crisis, a new defense minister adopted a recommendation to remove prosecutorial authority for sexual misconduct cases from the armed forces. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Zykiah, 15, used his cleaning skills to start a car wash business which now boasts a famous clientele.
The reaction to Man Utd’s 3-2 win over Atalanta was just about as confused as trying to sum up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s status as manager, writes Simon Stone. from: BBC News
An organization based in Ohio and founded by Amish and Mennonites has been swept up in the violence roiling the country. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Manchester‘s Royal Exchange was key to the 19th Century cotton trade, which relied on slavery.
The site says “sometimes we make the wrong call” after being accused of attacking free speech.
Festivals, DJs and musicians are all using new tech to entertain fans and make money during Covid.
Najib Mikati, who has served as prime minister twice before, will try to form a government that can please Lebanon’s politicians and address its financial meltdown. His two predecessors failed. From: New York Times