People from different households cannot meet indoors, or in gardens, under reimposed lockdown rules.
Parts of the capital are deserted ahead of demonstrations that the government calls Western-backed.
It says attackers copied records from up to eight hacked users, but none were "blue tick" accounts.
An Elton John tribute is one of the first acts to perform in front of an audience since lockdown.
As global cases rise by record numbers, EU leaders struggle to reach a deal on a recovery package.
Watford are set to sack manager Nigel Pearson with two games of the Premier League season remaining and the side three points from...
Heavy rains have swept across China for weeks, from the southwest to the east coast.
Police say people violated the measures but critics say the government is targeting the opposition.
Chinese officials reject what Dominic Raab says are "deeply troubling" reports of forced sterilisation.
Billy McCullagh, 27, was shot in the chest in the early hours on Thursday in Brent, north London.
Boris Johnson says employers will have more discretion to bring staff back to workplaces in England.
US media earlier reported the Trump administration was considering a travel ban on party members.
As talks fail with Ethiopia, Sudan says water levels drop downstream and Egypt demands "clarification".
The 20-year-old, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria, has been denied a fair hearing, judges say.
The UK, US and Canada say state-backed hackers tried to steal coronavirus vaccine research.
A libel case hears the Hollywood actor threw a magnum of champagne at his ex-wife - a claim he denies.