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Ukraine war: Ukraine and Russia both claim control over Lysychansk
The strategic eastern city of Lysychansk is at the centre of competing claims as fighting rages.
Israel shoots down Hezbollah drones heading for gas rig
The drones are launched from Lebanon, amid border tensions between the nations.
Argentina's economy minister makes sudden exit
Martin Guzmán's departure leaves a big question mark over Argentina's future economic policy.
Pride in London: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the UK's first Pride parade
More than a million people packed London for Pride's 50th anniversary, the mayor's office says.
Dozens freed from church awaiting 'Second Coming' in Ondo Nigeria
Police free 77 people from confinement in a church in south-western Nigeria.
Adele says backlash to Las Vegas residency postponement was brutal
The singer says it took her months to recover from the reaction to her pulling her residency.
Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas argue at All England Club
The on-court "circus" between Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas spills into the Wimbledon interview room as the Australian denies his opponent's claim he is "a bully".
Hormozgan: Quake near southern Iran coast kills five
A strong earthquake rocks Hormozgan province, killing five and wrecking a village near the coast.
Jerry Hall files for divorce from Rupert Murdoch
The model cited "irreconcilable differences" with the media tycoon in court papers filed in California.
UK MP facing groping allegation seeks medical support
Suspended Tory MP Chris Pincher says he hopes to return to constituency duties "as soon as possible".
Crew member of sinking ship airlifted to safety
Over two dozen crew are still missing after an engineering vessel split in two in the South China Sea.
Two more captured Britons charged by pro-Russian rebels, say reports
Andrew Hill and aid worker Dylan Healy are understood to be under investigation as mercenaries.
Gambia bans all timber exports to combat rosewood smuggling
In 2020, the BBC revealed that vast quantities of protected rosewood were being trafficked from Senegal.
Libya protesters storm parliament building in Tobruk
Rallies take place in Tobruk, Tripoli and other cities amid anger at the country's political deadlock.
New York overhauls gun laws after Supreme Court ruling
The restrictions adopted in New York are likely to end up in another legal challenge.
Inside a US abortion clinic in its final days
The BBC spent time with staff before they had to stop work and turn patients away.
How much of our plastic 'recycling' is actually recycled£
About 11 million tonnes of plastic waste flows into the ocean each year, the UN says.
War in Ukraine: Can we say how many people have died£
Russia and Ukraine have different claims of how many people have died in the conflict. The BBC explores the data.
Durban July: South Africa's most fashionable horse race returns
Tens of thousands of South Africans head for the Durban July after a two-year break for Covid.
Adele performs first public concert in five years
The superstar performed a two-hour set, in her first public concert in five years.
Covid-19 in the UK
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK.
Week in pictures: 25 June - 1 July 2022
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.
Watch: The moment a landslide descends on town in Peru
No deaths or serious injures are reported, but authorities are searching for people who may be missing.
Hong Kong handover: What will the next 25 years hold£
Doubt hangs over the future of one of Asia's most vibrant cities as it reaches a crucial halfway mark.
Ukraine: The teachers swapping classrooms for trenches
A number of teachers in Ukraine are educating their students online from the front line.
Wimbledon: The 'brutal' world of doubles tennis
Venus Williams and Jamie Murray have taken their first step as a pairing into the "brutal world" of doubles tennis - but what exactly does that entail£
Daphne du Maurier: Novelist who traced past to a French debtors' jail
Rebecca writer Dame Daphne du Maurier discovered her apparent aristocratic past was not as it seemed.
Sarfaraz Khan: The 'wandering cricketer' on the road to stardom
Sarfaraz Khan's heavy scoring in domestic cricket has him knocking on the doors of Indian cricket.
US woman denied termination in Malta: 'I was terrified'
Andrea was medically evacuated to Spain as doctors in Malta could not terminate her pregnancy under the country's ban on abortion.
Nigeria rejects Ukraine online degrees: 'It's not fair'
Distraught medical students who fled Ukraine are told their distance-learning degrees are not valid.
Mother of truck victims: 'How could this happen£'
A grieving Honduran mother tells of her despair over relatives lost in the Texas lorry tragedy.
Missing Cryptoqueen: Is Dr Ruja Ignatova the biggest Bitcoin holder£
As the FBI adds Ruja Ignatova to its most wanted list, new findings suggest she amassed billions in Bitcoin.
Unique terror trial that changed France
More than 400 survivors and relatives gave evidence in the unprecedented trial that ended this week.
Ukraine demands the seizure of Russian-flagged grain ship off Turkey
Ship tracking reveals the route of a grain shipment from Russian-controlled Ukraine.
Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave club this summer
Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United to let him leave the club if they receive an appropriate offer for him this summer.
England v India: James Anderson says 'best form of defence is attack'
Pace bowler James Anderson says England's "best form of defence will be attack" as they try to fight back into the fifth Test against India.
British Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton discourages fans' booing of Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton says he disagrees with fans at the British Grand Prix booing his rival Max Verstappen, saying: "We're better than that."
South Africa 32-29 Wales: Welsh hearts broken by last kick of Springboks thriller
South Africa's Damian Willemse breaks Welsh hearts with a match-winning late penalty in a pulsating first Test in Pretoria.
Wimbledon: Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff eliminated at All England Club
World number one Iga Swiatek sees her 37-match winning streak ended as France's Alize Cornet causes one of the biggest upsets so far at Wimbledon.
Andy Goram: Scotland and Rangers goalkeeping great dies aged 58
Former Scotland and Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram dies after "a short battle" with cancer at the age of 58.
Russia dredges up landing ship hit by Ukraine missile fire
The Russian troop ship Saratov sank in a Black Sea port after a Ukrainian missile strike.
Ukraine weapons: What military equipment is the world giving£
Military equipment is pouring into Ukraine, but President Zelensky says more is needed to stop Russia.
Ukraine round-up: Elite Russian regiment fights for support and the war for borsch
Support for Russia's elite fighting force looks less certain as the regiment reappears in Ukraine.
Russia moves to take control of Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project
The Russian government moves to take over Sakhalin-2 in which Shell has a share of more than a quarter.
Snake Island: Why Russia couldn't hold on to strategic Black Sea outcrop
Russia claims it is a gesture of goodwill, but the withdrawal from a Black Sea rock is a big defeat.
Britons captured in Ukraine must not face death penalty - European court
Shaun Pinner and Aiden Aslin were sentenced by a Russian proxy court in eastern Ukraine earlier this month.
Ecclestone says he'd 'take a bullet' for Putin
Formula 1 says comments by the sport's former boss Bernie Ecclestone on Vladimir Putin and racism are in "stark contrast" to "modern values".
Russia's elite 331st paras regiment fight for public support
In the thick of the Donbas battle, the paras regiment is trapped in a conflict that is costing many lives.
Ukraine war: US to ramp up military presence across Europe
President Biden announces a strengthening by "land, air and sea" over Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia's attack on Mariupol theatre a clear war crime, Amnesty says
Russian forces likely targeted the building knowing it was a shelter for civilians, the group says.
Russia invasion: Putin still wants to take most of Ukraine - US
According to US intelligence assessments, Russia's invasion is likely to grind on for some time.
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