Across Europe, people are already seeing an easing of lockdown measures, as businesses reopen and children start going back to school. Here is how Europeans are emerging from life under lockdown. .
A third person has tested positive in the UK for Coronavirus. The patient did not catch the virus in China where the vast majority of cases have been found but elsewhere in Asia before travelling to the UK. They have now been taken to a specialist NHS treatment centre. Meanwhile China's ambassador to the UK has accused the British government of overreacting to the virus outbreak. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and Hugh Pym report for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Huw Edwards. .
France's largest nationwide strike in years has severely disrupted schools and transport. Workers are angry about planned pension reforms that would see them retiring later or facing reduced payouts. Teachers and transport workers have been joined by police, lawyers, hospital and airport staff, and other professions for a general walkout. President Emmanuel Macron wants to introduce a universal points-based pension system. That would replace France's current system, which has 42 different pension schemes across its private and public sectors, with variations in retirement age and benefits. .
It is not just people feeling the effects of India's lockdown: the country's animals are also adjusting to the strange circumstances. But some are coping better than others, so Jai Prakash, a veterinary worker, has stepped up his duties to make sure the city's animals get the care they need. Filmed and edited by Anshul Verma .
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital in London after his coronavirus symptoms deteriorated. Mr Johson was admitted to hospital last night. His office said his condition then worsened and on the advice of his medical team he was moved to the hospital's Intensive Care Unit, reserved for the most seriously ill patients. The Prime Minister tested positive for the disease 10 days ago and has been suffering persistent symptoms including a cough and a high temperature. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reports from Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg, Political Correspondent Vicki Young and Health Editor Hugh Pym. .
Chinese government has defended fire fighters who initially hosed water on a blaze in a warehouse storing volatile chemicals, a response that some experts said could have contributed to two huge blasts that killed 56 people. A firefighter has been pulled alive from the rubble at the Chinese port, after at least 21 of his colleagues were killed in the disaster. John Sudworth has more from Tianjin. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews
Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving way for a contest to decide a new prime minister. In an emotional statement in Downing Street Mrs May said she had "done my best" to honour the 2016 EU referendum result. It would remain a matter of "deep regret" that she had been unable to deliver Brexit, she added. But a new PM was "in the best interests of the country". .
Maha Mamo is stateless. Her parents are both Syrian but because her mother is Muslim and her father is Christian their marriage is not officially recognised by the Syrian authorities. In Syria, you're not given citizenship if your parents' marriage is not officially recognised. But one country took her... .
An original composition by Ashley Kingsley for BBC News. One minute in Auschwitz was like an entire day. A day was like a year. A month, an eternity." Roman Kent, Holocaust survivor. Survivors have been gathering at the former Nazi death camp Auschwitz, to mark the 70th anniversary of its liberation. This aerial footage shows what it looks like today. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews