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Broad terms of UK-Australia trade deal agreed, BBC understands, with formal announcement expected on Tuesday
Vaccination rates are vastly different depending on which district you live in.
Thai has dedicated his life to educating the Vietnamese public about pangolin conservation.
Biologists have uncovered the genetic secrets of water shrews, the world's smallest diving mammals.
Prime Minister and Nobel laureate Abiy Ahmed faces his first electoral test since taking office.
As demand for electric cars grows, giant battery factories are being built across Europe.
Allied members have agreed to "significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from military activities".
Are Spain in a spot of trouble after their Euro 2020 goalless draw with Sweden - or will they come good?
Jens Stoltenberg told the BBC that Nato could launch military assaults in respond to cyber attacks.
Lionel Messi scores a stunning free kick as Argentina draw with Chile after the Copa America pays a spectacular tribute to Diego Maradona.
A summit of alliance leaders in Brussels describes China's behaviour as a "systemic challenge".
The award-winning journalist urged women to get regular screenings and take symptoms seriously.
Fatou Bensouda says there is reasonable basis to believe thousands of civilians were unlawfully killed.
It comes a month after Teigen apologised to TV personality Courtney Stodden for online bullying.
Most remaining curbs on social contact will continue - but the cap on wedding guests will be lifted.
Spain endure a frustrating opening game in Euro 2020 as they fail to make their near total dominance pay against a rigid and stubborn Sweden in Seville.
Plant owners say there was no leak at the Taishan facility - but gases were released on purpose.
Joe Biden says he hopes to find areas where cooperation is in the interests of both the US and Russia.
Reality Winner leaked a classified report on Russian hacking to the media and was jailed in 2018.
Anthony Joshua "probably thinks" a fight against British heavyweight rival Tyson Fury "will never happen", according to his promoter, Eddie Hearn.
Wimbledon's men's and women's finals will be played in front of full capacity crowds - the first UK outdoor sporting events to do so since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Slovakia gain a shock victory over Poland in their European Championship Group E opener in St Petersburg.
Roman Protasevich, who was taken off a Ryanair flight, is made to appear at an official briefing.
How Scotland's historic day of vibrant pageantry and football fever turned nightmarish at Hampden.
BBC Scotland looks at how Czech Republic's Patrik Schick's half-way line wonder goal capped off a sublime performance to silence Hampden.
The moment a car fell through a layer of concrete into a disused well in Mumbai was caught on camera.
Police allege the attack that killed four members of a Muslim family in Ontario was "premeditated".
Newly uncovered documents reveal US dropped Hideki Tojo's remains into the Pacific Ocean.
Denmark forward Martin Braithwaite says the decision to resume Denmark's Euro 2020 opener against Finland following Christian Eriksen's cardiac arrest was the "least bad one".
Gay couple Oscar and Xavier donate blood for the first time after rules change across most of the UK.
Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says the decision to resume the game between Denmark and Finland at Euro 2020 should not have been made so soon after Christian Eriksen's collapse.
Andy Murray says he is "not offending anyone" by continuing to play despite injury problems and says seeing Roger Federer still playing motivates him.
How much difference could the G7 offer of a billion vaccines make to tackling the pandemic?
Ziona Chana, the head of a religious sect that practised polygamy, had 38 wives and 89 children.
The Geneva summit on 16 June between the Russian and US presidents will not be a friendly encounter.
One man's ordeal in India as the second wave of coronavirus devastates his family.
Every year thousands of migrants risk it all on the perilous journey from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia.
A marine biologist says it’s the first time he’s ever seen a long-snouted seahorse in the wild.
John Butler's videos have been watched by millions after he became popular with the ASMR community.
Millions in China are expressing their desire to break free of a standard definition of success.
A release date for Halo, a new Forza racer, and the unveil of Starfield were all at Microsoft's E3.
Loved and loathed, Israel's ousted long-term PM made his mark on the country at home and abroad.
French President Macron responds to the furore around his reported comments on Northern Ireland.
The Euro 2020 match against Finland should not have restarted after midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed, says Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand.
Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed in Denmark's Euro 2020 match against Finland, says Danish team doctor Morten Boesen.
A car crash erased Thomas's memory - 10 years later, a 1980s pop song triggered six flashbacks.
Heather and her husband are going to have a baby, even though Heather's time with the child will be limited.
The deaths of officials from Aung San Suu Kyi's party have raised scrutiny of the military's actions.
Entrepreneur Freddie Figgers says life has taught him that the important thing is people, not profits.
If Valentina Petrillo is selected for Italy's squad in Tokyo this year, she will be the first trans woman Paralympian.