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Trump formally launches 2020 re-election bid
Addressing thousands of supporters in Florida, the president hails a "great political movement".
UK PM hopefuls in TV clash over Brexit deadline
Boris Johnson says it is "eminently feasible" to leave the EU by 31 October while several rivals say more time may be needed.
Trans Mountain: Canada approves $5.5bn oil pipeline project
The controversial oil pipeline expansion project stalled after a court quashed previous approval.
Oxford University accepts £150m from US private equity boss
Stephen Schwarzman, a confidant of President Trump, makes the largest ever donation to a UK university.
Greenland’s ‘unusual’ melting sea ice captured in stunning image
A climate scientist has captured the reality of sea ice loss in Greenland in a viral picture.
Selah Schneiter: Ten-year-old girl scales El Capitan
Selah Schneiter has climbed a rock wall that is beyond some of the most experienced climbers. She is 10 years old.
California wildfires: Power company agrees to pay $1bn for damage
Pacific Gas & Electric Corp are facing billions of dollars worth of lawsuits over the fires.
Woman, 83, in hospital after William and Kate convoy crash
The royal couple have sent their best wishes to the elderly woman, 83, who is in a serious condition.
Germany's Angela Merkel 'fine' after seen shaking in heatwave
Germany's 64-year-old chancellor shook uncontrollably for more than a minute during an event in Berlin.
Patrick Shanahan: Trump says his choice for Pentagon chief is out
The president tweeted that Patrick Shanahan is resigning to "devote more time to his family".
Caster Semenya says IAAF used her as a human guinea pig and fears others at risk
Two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya says she was used by the IAAF and fears other athletes are also at risk.
Hungry and exhausted polar bear wanders into Russian city
The female bear is spotted in the city of Norilsk - hundreds of kilometres from its natural habitat.
Roma flee Russian village after mass brawl
Reports say dozens of ethnic Roma and Russians clashed in a village south of Moscow - and one died.
DR Congo exodus of 300,000 'may hamper Ebola battle'
Ethnic clashes that have displaced 300,000 people could impede action against the virus, UN warns.
'Her ancestors enslaved mine. Now we're friends'
Phoebe Kilby discovered her ancestors were slave-owners and she wanted to pay reparations.
Sudan: Young musicians' hopes and fears for the future
Young musicians in Khartoum talk to the BBC about their hopes following the military crackdown.
How America overthrew Guatemala's reformist president
Accused of being a communist, Guatemala's president was toppled in a US-led coup
Haiti protests: Why are so many people on the streets?
Activists have taken to the streets in Haiti's capital to protest about what they say is government corruption.
Bella Hadid apologises for 'offensive' photo
Model Bella Hadid says sorry as people take offence of a photo showing her boot facing Middle East aircraft
Royal Ascot: Day one in pictures
The opening day of Royal Ascot proves to be a family occasion for the Queen.
Dogs' eyes evolve to appeal to humans
Scientists have found a muscle that allows dogs to make 'puppy eyes' and bond with humans.
Trump does not want war with Iran - Pompeo
The US secretary of state says US pressure on Iran has been very effective.
MTV Movie Awards: Avengers and Game of Thrones win big
Successful night for "strong female characters" at the Movie & TV Awards.
'My father, the rapist': Hidden victims of Rwanda's genocide
It is thought thousands of children were born as a result of rape during the 1994 genocide.
Should we dislike the 'Like' button?
Social media companies know approval can be addictive, so how should we manage the compulsion to be liked?
Why are Nike trainers washing up on beaches?
From Bermuda and the Azores to Ireland and France, large numbers of shoes are washing ashore.
Piracy in West Africa: The world's most dangerous seas?
The West African coast has long been a target for pirates, but it's getting even more dangerous.
Viewpoint: How the British reshaped India's caste system
A complex system of beliefs and social identities was oversimplified by colonisers, writes Sanjoy Chakravorty.
Why are US tourists dying in Dominican Republic?
The FBI is helping local authorities with toxicology tests after at least eight holidaymakers died.
Australian retail: Why so many fashion brands have collapsed
Local retailers are struggling to stay afloat amid competition from giants like Zara and H&M.
Gulf of Oman tanker attacks: What we know
It is the second time in a month that tankers have been targeted in the region.
Stonewall: A riot that changed millions of lives
On a hot New York night 50 years ago, a police raid on a gay bar reshaped millions of American lives.
Record-breaking innings beyond England captain Morgan's 'wildest dreams'
Eoin Morgan says he "never thought in my wildest dreams I would produce an innings like that" after he hit a record 17 sixes against Afghanistan.
Wan-Bissaka own goal in injury time gives France victory over England in U21 Euros
Aaron Wan-Bissaka scores an own goal deep into injury time to hand France a 2-1 victory over England in the opening game of their European Under-21 Championship campaign.
Defending champion Thomas will be fit for Tour de France despite Switzerland crash
Defending champion Geraint Thomas says he will be fit to take part in the Tour de France despite crashing and being taken to hospital on Tuesday.
Women's World Cup 2019: All the goals as Marta makes history, Kerr hits four & Jamaica celebrate
Watch all the best bits from day 12 of the Women's World Cup featuring Marta's history-making goal and incredible scenes after Jamaica score their first ever World Cup goal.
England v Afghanistan: Eoin Morgan hits record 17 sixes in World Cup win
Watch captain Eoin Morgan hit 17 sixes - a one-day international record - in England's 150-run World Cup win over Afghanistan at Old Trafford.
Women's World Cup 2019: 'Sam Kerr has scored them all' - Aussie superstar hits four in Jamaica win
Sam Kerr gives Australia the lead with an “excellent header” against Jamaica in their final group game Women’s World Cup.
Platini questioned by anti-corruption investigators over Qatar World Cup
Former Uefa president Michel Platini is questioned by French anti-corruption investigators over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.
Marta becomes record scorer at World Cup finals as Brazil beat Italy to reach last 16
Marta becomes the record goalscorer at World Cup finals as her 17th goal gives Brazil victory over Italy in Group C and a place in the last 16 in France.
Kerr hits four as Australia crushes Jamaica
Jamaica's coach Hue Menzies says he would "pay to watch" Sam Kerr after she scores four goals against his side and sent Australia through to the Women's World Cup last 16.
Women's World Cup: Wendie Renard's penalty - did officials get France award right?
Wendie Renard scored a contentious late penalty for France against Nigeria which caused uproar on social media - so did the officials get it right?
Women's World Cup: In search of a major tournament in Paris
The world is watching the beautiful game in France - you just have to be in the right place to notice it in the nation's most beautiful city.
Women's World Cup 2019: What to look out for on day 12
Spain, China and Norway were the latest teams to go through, so who will join them from Group C on Tuesday?
Fifa Women's World Cup: Fixtures, groups and BBC coverage
Your guide to this summer's Fifa Women's World Cup fixtures, including BBC coverage details.
Women's World Cup: Shelley Kerr targets 'phenomenal' Scotland win
Shelley Kerr says beating Argentina would be "phenomenal" for Scotland as they seek to stay in the Women's World Cup.