Coronavirus latest: UK second country to record more than 40,000 deaths Update: July 24, 04:24 am
The UK has become the second country to record more than 40,000 deaths after the US The head of the Scientific Council in France says the outbreak is "under control" The EU Commission calls for internal borders to be opened by end of June "COVID-19 no silver lining', UN says

German minister casts doubt on Huawei participation in 5G build-out Update: July 24, 04:20 am
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has cast doubt on whether Chinese telecom equipment vendor Huawei Technologies could participate in the development and construction of the country's fifth-generation data network (5G).

Britain angers US by giving Huawei limited role in 5G network Update: July 24, 04:19 am
Britain will allow Huawei to supply equipment for its next-generation wireless networks such as 5G — despite warnings from the United States — but will exclude the Chinese tech giant from "sensitive parts."

Should Huawei be banned from Europe? Update: July 24, 04:19 am
Boris Johnson's government initially approved a limited role for the Chinese telecoms giant in the country's 5G infrastructure, angering the Trump administration and leading figures within the Conservative Party.

What is the truth behind the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory? Update: July 24, 04:17 am
Barrie Trower is a conspiracy theorist and says 5G is to blame for the rapid spread of COVID-19. He believes it degrades the immune system and that the dangers are being covered up by powerful forces in the global telecommunications industry.

QAnon: Twitter bans 7,000 accounts linked to conspiracy theory group | #TheCube Update: July 24, 04:13 am
Twitter has removed thousands of accounts linked to the conspiracy theory group QAnon, saying they pushed content that has the potential "to lead to offline harm".

What is QAnon and should Europe be worried? Update: July 23, 9:12 pm
Twitter announced this week that they had removed 7,000 accounts that are linked to the conspiracy channel for violating their guidelines: from engaging in spam to platform manipulation.

Ambitious designs for underwater 'space station' and habitat unveiled Update: July 24, 01:55 am
Sixty feet beneath the surface of the Caribbean Sea, aquanaut Fabien Cousteau and industrial designer Yves Béhar are envisioning the world's largest underwater research station and habitat.

From the front lines, Black nurses battle twin pandemics of racism and coronavirus Update: July 10, 05:06 am
London (CNN)Nurse Efe Obiakor stood at the front of the crowd, looking up proudly as her 18-year-old daughter Ada took center stage at a Black Lives Matter rally in central London.

Facebook shuts down network of fake accounts tied to employees of Brazil's Bolsonaro and sons Update: July 10, 04:57 am
(CNN)Facebook has removed dozens of what it said are fake social media accounts linked to the offices of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his sons. The accounts were used to target journalists and political opponents of the president, and also discussed the coronavirus.