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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.
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.
Chris Pincher MP seeking medical support after groping claim
Suspended Tory MP Chris Pincher says he hopes to return to constituency duties "as soon as possible".
Boris Johnson's 40 new hospitals pledge faces watchdog review
The Conservatives said in their 2019 election manifesto the facilities would be built by 2030.
Dozens freed from church awaiting 'Second Coming' in Ondo Nigeria
Police free 77 people from confinement in a church in south-western Nigeria.
Kyrgios fights back to win fiery Tsitsipas match
Nick Kyrgios fights back to stun Greek fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a heated four-set encounter and reach the fourth round at Wimbledon.
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.
Three police die in 'pure hell' Kentucky shooting
The officers are killed along with a police dog as they try to serve a warrant for domestic violence.
Argentina's economy minister makes sudden exit
Martin Guzmán's departure leaves a big question mark over Argentina's future economic policy.
Israel shoots down Hezbollah drones heading for gas rig
The drones are launched from Lebanon, amid border tensions between the nations.
Dravet syndrome Devon girl, resuscitated 100 times
Paige Slocombe suffers from a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet syndrome.
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.
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.
The Papers: PM 'turned blind eye' and Charles honours claim
Boris Johnson has been accused of failing to act on Chris Pincher allegations sooner, papers report.
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.
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.
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.
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.
'Drawing doodles for Ant and Dec was my dream job'
Katie Abey from Derbyshire illustrated the TV favourites' book about mental health.
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£
Fighting for rights for workers undergoing fertility treatment
Proposed legislation would require employers to give staff time off work to attend fertility appointments.
Paris terror attacks: 'I refuse to hate my brother's killers'
The sister of the only British victim of the Paris terror attacks reflects on the 10-month trial.
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.
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.
The supermarket rows you don't usually hear about
The spat between Heinz and Tesco has shone a light on the challenges facing suppliers and retailers.
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".
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 2022: Nick Kyrgios stuns Stefanos Tsitsipas in the match that had everything
Watch highlights as Nick Kyrgios fought back to knock out Greek fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and reach the Wimbledon fourth round in a dramatic and fiery four-set encounter in which both players were given warnings by the umpire.
Wimbledon 2022: Should Stefanos Tsitsipas have been disqualified for this£
Watch the controversial moment Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas hits a ball into the crowd and the angry reaction from Nick Kyrgios as he argues that the fourth seed should have been disqualified.
Rafael Nadal apologises after Wimbledon third round win ends on testy note
Rafael Nadal says he was "wrong" to take Lorenzo Sonego to task at the net as his "best match" of Wimbledon this year ends on a testy note.
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