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In Hong Kong, many students are heading back to the classroom for the first time in four months. Strict school rules introduce students to a new normal. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.

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Protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody have spread to London, where some are protesting outside of the US embassy in solidarity. CNN's Max Foster reports.

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David Brooks, New York Times columnist and author of "The Second Mountain" discusses how the pandemic could shift Americans' mindset and priorities.

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German scientists hope that human excrement can help detect early traces of Covid-19. They say traces of the virus can be found in wastewater and could predict potential outbreak areas. CNN's Fred Pleitgen explains.

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Sweden adopted a 'herd immunity' plan that uses more relaxed measures to control coronavirus, but a survey by the government found only 7.3 percent of people in Stockholm had developed the antibodies needed to fight the disease by late April. CNN's Phil Black reports.

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China's National People's Congress voted to approve a decision to enact a highly controversial national security law in Hong Kong, a move that critics say threatens basic political freedoms and civil liberties in the semi-autonomous territory. CNN's Steven Jiang reports.

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Brenda Mundaca, a healthcare administrator from Colorado, talks about adjustments she's made to work from home and how she balances her family's schedule.

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With the coronavirus spread across the world, citizens are finding innovative ways to help frontline workers. CNN's Arwa Damon follows people in Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Syria who have found ways to build ventilators from recycled parts and with limited funding.

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Planes are bringing some of the sickest Covid-19 patients from hundreds of miles away to Manaus, Brazil's hardest-hit city. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.

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With a population of less than 6 million, Denmark is making coronavirus testing available to anyone who wants it and residents are flocking to test centers in Copenhagen and other towns. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.

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More than a quarter of coronavirus deaths in England and Wales have occurred at care homes. CNN's Nina dos Santos visits two homes in the north of England where residents and staff share stories of suffering amid the pandemic.

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China's top military commander in Hong Kong has emphasized the role of the People's Liberation Army in upholding "national sovereignty" in the city a day ahead of expected anti-government protests. CNN's Anna Coren reports.

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From a prompt border closure to an early lockdown and large-scale testing, Peru seemed to do everything right in its virus response. But now the country has the second-highest infection rate in Latin America. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

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Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson's embattled chief aide, defended his decision to drive across England during lockdown, as the Prime Minister is under intense pressure to remove Cummings from his position due to the trip.

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Prince William opened up in a new BBC documentary "Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health," about grief over the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, that resurfaced when he became a father.

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In an interview with CNN's Nick Paton Walsh, Arthur Virgilio Neto, mayor of the virus-stricken Brazilian city of Manaus, fired back at President Jair Bolsonaro after footage emerged of Bolsonaro insulting the mayor.