States Iowa and South Dakota emerge as new hot spots for US cases of the virus as colleges reopen and an annual motorcycle rally takes place.
Coronavirus pandemic claimed more than 1,300 lives nationwide in the last 24 hours, the biggest one day increase in the country's Covid-19 deaths since May.
Death toll from Covid-19 pandemic crosses 250,000 as confirmed cases exceed 3.6 million. Here are the developments on the pandemic for May 4, 2020.
Eight people believed to be still on the White Island are presumed dead, buried under ash and debris from Monday's eruption. Eight people were confirmed killed and dozens were severely burned in the blast of steam and ash.
Temperatures in some parts of Spain are expected to soar past 43 degrees Celsius as other western European countries also wilt under the sweltering heat.
Hundreds more were injured in 25 out of 31 provinces following the flooding, which was triggered by torrential rainfall.
A total of 542 cases of hemorrhagic fever have been reported since late July, of which 494 were confirmed to be Ebola, according to the country's health ministry.
More than 65 million people have epilepsy worldwide. But many of those are not aware of the risk of a sudden death.
The protests, which began Sunday after two college students were struck and killed by a pair of buses, eventually paralysed the capital of 7 million, with tens of thousands of demonstrators blocking roads.
With the announcement that six people had been killed in post-election violence, Zimbabwe was tense as it waited for the country's electoral commission to announce the outcome of the presidential election.
Greek media have described the disaster as a "national tragedy," while Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras cut short a visit to Bosnia and announced three days of national mourning.
The four were found guilty and sentenced to 25 years in prison for letting 71 men, women and children suffocate inside a truck in 2015. The gang smuggled more than 1,100 people from Hungary into Austria since February 2015.
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