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Sergio Aguero made a mess of a Panenka penalty as Chelsea ensured Manchester City must wait a little longer to wrap up the Premier League title by fighting back to earn a dramatic late win at Etihad Stadium.
Bayern Munich celebrate being crowned champions of Germany for the ninth consecutive season with a 6-0 win against Borussia Monchengladbach.
The French president spoke out after the US backed a proposal to waive patents on Covid-19 vaccines.
Dismay from parents, students and teachers as authorities say students can keep learning from home.
The rail minister warns of "prolonged" disruption as Hitachi apologises to affected passengers.
Security van driver believes he is being threatened after footage showed him coming under gunshot fire.
Crystal Palace secure their Premier League status for another season with a comfortable victory at relegated Sheffield United.
The attack took place as the students - thought to be mainly girls - were leaving the Kabul school.
Atletico Madrid remain two points clear in La Liga but a draw with Barcelona means rivals Real have the advantage in the title race.
Patrick Bamford scores for Leeds in front of watching England boss Gareth Southgate to help dent Tottenham's European chances.
Lewis Hamilton takes a 100th career pole position by edging out Red Bull's Max Verstappen in qualifying at the Spanish Grand Prix.
The publisher known for its criticism of Donald Trump said it was "deeply troubled" by the move.
Martyn Waghorn is the hero as Derby County battle back to get the point they need to stay in the Championship and consign Sheffield Wednesday to relegation to League One.
At least 163 Palestinians and six Israeli police are injured as rising tensions erupt into violence.
Demonstrators from around Mexico City demand justice after 26 people died when an overpass collapsed.
Tracking radars are following closely the gradual fall to Earth of a large Chinese rocket vehicle.
The first batch of a spirit made with ingredients grown in the Chernobyl exclusion zone is seized.
Prince Misuzulu is now expected to lead the Zulu nation of about 11 million people in South Africa.
The Czechs and Russians, ex-communist bloc allies, are in a new diplomatic Cold War.
Narendra Modi's carefully crafted image has taken a hit as India reels from a punishing Covid wave.
Health workers report resistance because of fake content spread over WhatsApp.
A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
A Muslim cleric in northern Nigeria is in the eye of the storm for his part in the country's kidnap crisis.
Adrian Meza and his family from Nicaragua have just been released from detention by US border officials.
The former US first lady says she is worried her daughters could be racially profiled.
A second Covid surge is putting renewed pressure on the country's healthcare and economy.
Balkan women are sharing their sexual assault stories after Serbian actress Milena Radulovic went public with hers.
America's mild-mannered top diplomat finds relief overseas that the era of Trump unilateralism is gone.
We uncover the conditions that patients face in health centres unequipped for a crisis like Covid.
"We have no explanation for it," say zoo staff. "I've never seen another hippo doing it."
Drisya and Dilin have not seen their daughter for 17 months due to Australia's Covid border closures.
The large protected birds are "messing with stuff and pooping everywhere", the family says.
Australian basketball star Liz Cambage says a promotional photo of Olympians lacks diversity.
African countries struggled to get vaccines, but now several of them have thousands of expired doses.
It's Europe's most popular cultural event and the Netherlands will host it despite battling a third Covid wave.
The incident in Taiwan shows a tendency to allow child abuse in the name of discipline, experts say.
New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is poised to assume a key role in the party leadership.
As the Covid vaccine is rolled out to younger age groups, BBC News looks at what it means for anyone expecting a baby.
A musician and his sister in Yangon have been filming for the BBC in Myanmar in the aftermath of a coup.
Socks and a TV box coloured red and white are treated as opposition protests in Belarus.
The "blind box" craze sees people order a box containing a mystery animal that is sent in the post.
Australians in India feel betrayed by their government despite a plan to evacuate some stranded citizens.
Getting trapped in a boy band reality TV contest was just the start of Lelush's unlikely journey.
Aaron Cook's path has been unique. An icon of taekwondo, the British-born fighter is still chasing his dream of Olympic gold - for Moldova.
Experts tell the BBC that delays in decision-making worsened the crisis of India's second wave.
Wearing her wedding dress, dairy farmer Jessa Laws waded into knee-deep mud to aid a pregnant cow.
The Five Eyes intelligence alliance has expanded into politics but faces a split in dealing with Beijing.
An anti-vaccine doctor falsely claims to be able to cure coronavirus, diabetes and Aids through diet alone
Warri is a board game popular in Antigua which traces its origins back to Africa.
The decision not to prosecute a Jewish woman's killer because of his drug use sparks a legal row in France.
Arina hopes to formally adopt her friend Nina, whom she looked after during the Covid pandemic.
The Awa, who have been called "the most threatened tribe on earth", face fresh challenges in Brazil.