Police said the 44-year-old man was charged with burglary after officers responded to Dudley Zoo in the U.K. after an alarm was activated.
Mark Manley, 35, admitted to stealing equipment from a stationary ambulance and assaulting a security guard, police said.
"He was put on a ventilator and then put into an induced coma but sadly died yesterday morning," a statement from the family read.
According to the U.S. government's contract website, the FDA awarded Public Health England extra funds to extend their research on the Ebola virus into COVID-19.
A driver made a 220-mile round trip across the U.K. to collect some windows he bought for $18 on eBay, despite the current coronavirus lockdown.
Officers in Derbyshire, U.K., broke up a party of 25 adults and children that took place despite the government urging British citizens to stay at home to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
"Funerals, as we know them, cannot go on," insisted the CEO of the U.K. funeral advocacy group The Good Funeral Guide.
The prime minister said in a statement that he would continue to lead his government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic by video conference.
Joseph Alsousou who worked at two hospitals in Oxford, England, said that he was "nearly in tears" when he was not allowed to stay at the house he had been lodging in.
In response to COVID-19's mounting global impact, leaders across the world are imposing nationwide lockdown policies to combat the virus' spread.
"From this evening, I must give the British people a very simple instruction," Johnson said. "You must stay at home."
Nurse Eileen Carney-Jones said thieves stole hand sanitizer from a dispenser at Teddington Memorial Hospital in London, U.K.
The United Kingdom and Ireland have been added to the United States' travel ban countries amid the coronavirus spread, the White House confirmed Saturday.
Researchers have found around 50 footprints at two sites on the island.
"You're Meghan Markle, married to Prince Harry?" one of the students asked in disbelief.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the public must "make up their own minds" about the greeting, adding that washing hands is "the crucial thing."
"Harry" teased a special project he's working on with the singer for his Invictus Games in an Instagram post.
The event, held by the Bristol Youth Strike, drew people from across the country despite the poor weather.
The Pink Floyd founder was scheduled to play a rally supporting the WikiLeaks founder to prevent his extradition to the U.S.
"It might be impossible to truly fathom the magnitude of the threat that global-mean sea level rise poses," researchers wrote in a study.
At least 700,000 people die each year from drug-resistant infections.
A British man's tweet about waiting in line for an hour at an Amsterdam airport went viral with many explaining the consequences of Brexit to him.
A very 21st century version of "she was asking for it" has reared its ugly head. Time to ban it from the courts.
Helen Dove, 31, impersonated 15 employees, doctored bank statements, forged employment contracts and faked job interviews to convince a friend that she had been hired, police said.
The U.K. has identified Huawei as a "high risk" vendor and has capped its involvement in the telecommunications networks in the country at 35 percent.
The treasury secretary also told a London event that the U.S. is "prepared to dedicate a lot of resources" to a U.K. trade deal.
Vaseli Baicu's victims included an elderly woman who suffers from dementia and another woman who was recovering from a stroke.
A British boy achieved an IQ score of 142, and at just three years old, he has become the youngest person to join Mensa UK.
"If people want to see us as the rubbish dump of the world, you dream on," Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin told the press.
Buckingham Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will stop carrying out royal duties from the spring and will no longer use their HRH titles.