A number of schools across the UK have been hit with coronavirus cases since children returned to class.
A minute’s silence was held after the names of the dead were read out as the inquiry, expected to last into next spring, began.
The WikiLeaks founder failed in an attempt to exclude the new claims in an indictment containing 18 charges.
Taxpayers’ money was spent on renovating the Sussexes’ family home in the UK.
Up to 60,000 people have reported having symptoms for more than three months.
The Kremlin critic has been taken out of a medically induced coma.
Craigavon Area Hospital has been dealing with three separate outbreaks.
The fraud and error rate could reach between 5-10%, according to official estimates.
The birds allow humans to come closer when they are not being observed, researchers said.
The Prime Minister says if the two sides cannot reach an agreement by October 15 they should walk away from the negotiating table.
Special in-store collection points have been set up in 50 stores across the south of England, encouraging customers to recycle more flimsy plastics.
Around 9.5 million roles have been supported by the furlough scheme.
About one in five is unable to pay bills and rent in full as a result of the coronavirus crisis, a survey suggests.
Health officials have launched a new campaign to help parents spot signs of mental ill health among their children.
The decision brings England into line with Wales, which recently removed seven Greek islands from its quarantine-exemption list.
Meanwhile, education minister Gillian Keegan said the department is supporting 40 colleges in financial difficulty.
Sinn Fein, the SDLP, Alliance and Green Party NI have written to the UK government and EU to voice concern.