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The prince says he was "lucky" to have mild symptoms as other are enduring "unbelievably testing" times.
Many of Thursday's papers lead with the new development in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma is tested for coronavirus after feeling unwell during a debate.
Ex-officer Derek Chauvin now faces second-degree murder, while three others face abetting charges.
The president also defends his race relations record as anger continues over George Floyd's death.
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BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor rounds up some of the reaction and discusses the history of American sports stars speaking out against "ingrained racism".
Sam Burgess calls Mike Ford "a snake" and accuses him of treating Burgess as a "pawn" during England's 2015 World Cup campaign.
Premier League clubs are set to discuss on Thursday what should happen if the season comes to a premature conclusion.
The 43-year-old German was seen driving a camper van in the resort where she disappeared, police say.
Nine people at six different Championship clubs test positive for Covid-19 in the latest round of testing.
The social network says it will drop Trump from Discover over 'racial violence and injustice'.
Moving gatherings indoors could "reverse all the progress" made during lockdown, Boris Johnson says.
George Floyd's death has sparked protests across the world and raised questions about police practice.
A care home provider says 42% of staff who recently tested positive were not displaying symptoms.
Identifying superspreading events could be crucial in the fight against the virus, scientists say.
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A council is looking into whether where the PM's adviser stayed had the correct planning permission.
Black Lives Matter protests continue in the UK - but are they illegal under restrictions on gatherings?
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff backs Lewis Hamilton for speaking out on racism and diversity following the civil unrest in the USA.