The United Nations and the Red Cross are continuing to evacuate civilians from the steel works in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
So far, at least 80 people have been taken away from the plant, which is besieged by Russian forces.
A commander of the remaining Ukrainian forces inside the Azovstal industrial complex said he hoped more civilians could leave as well as wounded soldiers.
In the east of the country, the Ukrainian governor of Donetsk said four civilians were killed during shelling by Russian forces.
People have been advised to remain indoors in parts of the Kharkiv region.
The Tunisian president says he intends to rewrite the country’s constitution.
Kais Saied, who’s dissolved government and parliament, said a committee would be established to redraft the existing framework and would conclude its work within days.
He said it would, in his word, usher in a new republic.
Police in Paris have fired tear gas to disperse protesters after May Day demonstration turned violent.
Activists wearing balaclavas smashed shop windows and set fire to bins.
More than 50 people were arrested.
The head of the United Nations Antonio Guterres has called on the military rulers of Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali to hand power back to civilians as soon as possible.
All three countries have recently experienced military coups.
The first international tourists for more than two years have arrived in New Zealand, after the removal of coronavirus measures.
People from more than 60 countries including Britain and the U.S. can now visit.
The French singer credited with inventing the modern discotheque has died.
Regina Zylberberg was 92.
Famed for replacing jukeboxes at a Paris nightclub with disc jockeys, she went on to build a global nightclub empire.