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Casualties reported after an explosion in Birmingham destroyed one house and damaged several others
Birmingham explosion: House destroyed and others damaged
Wooden stand collapses on spectators at Colombian bullring, leaving several dead and hundreds injured - local media
Colombia: Scores injured as bullfight stand collapses
UK PM Boris Johnson tells BBC a “psychological transformation” in his character “not going to happen” after pressure to change over by-election defeats
PM: I will not undergo psychological transformation after poll defeat
Two dead and 21 injured after shooting in nightlife district of Norway’s capital, with police investigating as terror attack
Oslo shooting: Police treating bar killings as terrorist attack
Millions of women in US set to lose legal right to abortion as Supreme Court reverses landmark Roe v Wade ruling
US Supreme Court strikes down abortion rights
Oliver Dowden quits as Tory Party chairman after by-election losses, saying "someone needs to take responsibility"
By-election latest: Labour and Lib Dems hail by-election victories - BBC News
Lib Dems win Tiverton and Honiton by-election, overturning huge Tory majority in blow to Boris Johnson
By-election latest: Labour win Wakefield as Lib Dems eye Tiverton shock - BBC News
Labour wins Wakefield by-election, retaking the seat from the Conservatives, in boost to leader Keir Starmer
By-election latest: Wakefield result due as Tories face by-elections test - BBC News
US Supreme Court reverses New York law restricting gun carrying rights
Supreme Court reverses New York gun law
Hundreds of British Airways workers at Heathrow Airport vote to strike during summer holidays over pay
Hundreds of British Airways staff vote to strike over pay
UK police officers who failed to spot serial killer Stephen Port are to be investigated again
Stephen Port: Met to be re-investigated over serial killer
Parents told to make sure children's polio vaccinations are up to date after number of virus samples found in London sewage
Polio virus detected in London sewage samples
Powerful earthquake in Afghanistan kills at least 250 people and leaves scores injured, local official tells BBC
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Powerful earthquake has killed a thousand people and left hundreds more injured in Afghanistan, Taliban official says
UK inflation hits 9.1% as prices continue to rise at their fastest rate for 40 years
UK inflation hits 9.1% in May
Powerful earthquake in Afghanistan kills at least 250 people and leaves scores injured, local official tells BBC
Afghanistan earthquake: At least 250 killed and scores wounded in Paktika province
Biggest national rail strike in 30 years has begun in UK, alongside London Underground strike in separate dispute
Train strike: Services disrupted as rail workers strike - BBC News
Family of comatose 12-year-old Archie Battersbee given right to appeal life support decision
Family of Archie Battersbee given right to appeal life support decision
Biggest UK rail strike in 30 years to go ahead after last ditch talks to resolve situation fail, says the RMT union
Train strike: Train strikes to go ahead after last-ditch talks fail - union - BBC News
Weeks after being re-elected, French President Emmanuel Macron loses outright parliamentary majority - projections
France's Macron set to lose majority - projection
BBC Breaking News Retweeted ·  
Fina has voted to prevent transgender athletes competing in women's elite races if they have gone through any part of the process of male puberty.
Brazilian police say human remains found in Amazon forest are confirmed to be those of British journalist Dom Phillips
Remains of UK journalist Phillips identified in Brazil
BBC in talks with European Broadcasting Union "to potentially host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest" in UK
Eurovision: BBC in talks to host 2023 Song Contest
Ukraine moves a step closer to joining the EU after the European Commission backs granting it candidate status
Russia-Ukraine live updates: EU to announce decision on Ukraine's candidacy - BBC News
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition to US approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel
Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary
"We are not ashamed of showing who we are" - Russia's foreign minister defiant in an interview with the BBC
Lavrov: Russia is not squeaky clean and not ashamed
UK interest rates rise from 1% to 1.25%, making them the highest level in 13 years
UK interest rates raised to 1.25% by Bank of England
UK PM Boris Johnson's former ethics adviser says he quit after being placed in "impossible and odious" position over plan to risk breaking ministerial code
Lord Geidt quit over ministerial code 'affront'
Suspect confesses to burying bodies of a missing British journalist and an indigenous expert, Brazilian police say
Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira: Suspect admits burying bodies of Amazon pair, Brazil police say
Boris Johnson's ethics adviser Lord Geidt resigns after controversy over whether the UK prime minister broke the ministerial code
Boris Johnson's ethics adviser Geidt resigns
EU to take new legal action against UK over government plan to scrap parts of the post-Brexit deal for Northern Ireland
EU takes new legal action against UK over post-Brexit deal changes
First flight scheduled to take asylum seekers from UK to Rwanda will not depart as planned on Tuesday after last-minute legal battle, Home Office tells the BBC
Last-minute legal battle grounds Rwanda asylum flight
Appeal court judges refuse to stop Home Office flight to Rwanda taking asylum seekers from UK
UK judges refuse Rwanda asylum flight appeal
Bodies found in search for journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira missing in the Amazon, local media say
Bodies found in search for journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira missing in the Amazon, local media say
Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira: Two bodies found in search for missing pair
Brain-damaged 12-year-old Archie Battersbee is officially dead and his treatment should end, UK's High Court rules
Archie Battersbee treatment should stop, judge rules
The first flight to take asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda next Tuesday is allowed to go ahead, High Court rules
Flight to remove asylum seekers from UK to Rwanda allowed by court
Two British men and a Moroccan sentenced to death in Russian-occupied eastern Ukraine, in a trial seen as breaching international law
Ukraine war latest: Britons captured by Russian forces sentenced to death - BBC News
UK energy firms told by regulator to improve response to storms after thousands of homes left without power in Storm Arwen last year
Storm Arwen: Up your game, Ofgem tells energy firms
UK PM Boris Johnson wins vote of confidence despite a substantial rebellion by Tory MPs - 211 voted for him and 148 against
Boris Johnson confidence vote latest: Boris Johnson wins vote of confidence - BBC News
Prime Minister Boris Johnson to face vote of confidence today after Conservative MPs call for leadership ballot
Vote of confidence in Johnson to happen today - BBC News
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A 1-0 win over Ukraine in the play-off final gets the job done!

The 64-year wait to appear at a World Cup finals is over!

#BBCFootball #WALUKR
Queen says she is "humbled and deeply touched" by Jubilee celebrations, adding "my heart has been with you all"
Platinum Jubilee: Queen 'humbled and touched' by celebrations
Queen appears on Buckingham Palace balcony, joined by three generations of her family, at finale of Jubilee celebrations
Platinum Jubilee latest: Queen appears on balcony as pageant ends Jubilee celebrations - BBC News
"You laugh and cry with us": Prince Charles pays tribute to his "mummy" the Queen at Platinum Jubilee concert
Platinum Jubilee concert: Mummy laughs and cries with us all, says Prince Charles
Royal Family and politicians arrive for service of thanksgiving, as Queen rests at Windsor on day two of Platinum Jubilee celebrations
Queens Platinum Jubilee: Royals at thanksgiving service as Queen rests - BBC News
Prince Andrew has tested positive for Covid and will miss Jubilee thanksgiving service on Friday
Queens Platinum Jubilee: Queen beams on balcony as Jubilee festivities begin - BBC News
Amber Heard wins one of her counterclaims for defamation against Johnny Depp and is awarded $2m
Johnny Depp has won his defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard, who he sued over claims of domestic abuse
Depp-Heard verdict live: Jury reach verdict in defamation case - BBC News
A verdict is expected shortly in the high-profile defamation battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

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Depp-Heard verdict live: Jury reach verdict in defamation case - BBC News
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