Is a Gaza ceasefire deal in sight?

There is renewed speculation over an agreement after the US president said it could be days away.
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Top US court will rule on Trump immunity claims

Justices will decide if Donald Trump has presidential immunity from election fraud charges.
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Biden and Trump head to border for high-stakes duel

Both want to talk tough on immigration - an issue that could decide the presidency - writes Anthony Zurcher.
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French Senate backs constitutional right to abortion

Abortion has been legal in France since 1974 but it is now set to be a constitutional "freedom".
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Australian ex-MP became foreign agent - spy boss

The former politician allegedly "sold out" to a foreign spy network, offering access to a prime minister's orbit.
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South Korean doctors face arrest if they do not end strike

Junior doctors have gone on strike over the past week, causing disruption and delays to surgeries.
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Winklevoss firm to return $1.1bn to customers

Gemini was co-founded by twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss - known for their legal dispute with Facebook.
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US lawmakers reach deal to avert government shutdown

The tentative budget agreement still needs to be voted on by the full House and Senate.
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Moon lander pictured on its side with snapped leg

The Odysseus robot broke a leg on touchdown but continued to stream data back to Earth
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Journalists call for foreign media access to Gaza

More than 50 correspondents and presenters urge Israel and Egypt to allow them to enter Gaza.
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Biden 'fit for duty' after medical, says doctor

The US president says "everything's great" after undergoing his annual physical examination.
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Illinois judge kicks Trump off primary ballot

The judge has put her ruling on hold to give Mr Trump time to appeal before the state's primary election.
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Ukraine reports jump in downed Russian planes

Ukraine claims it has been able to down 10 Russian aircraft in as many days in February.
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One dead and two missing after Channel rescue

Around 50 migrants were said to be on the small boat when it got into trouble off the French coast.
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US wrestling star Michael Jones dies aged 61

Jones is remembered for his various personas - including Virgil, Vincent and Soul Train Jones.
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Monica Lewinsky signed as face of top fashion brand

The former White House intern is working with fashion house Reformation to lead a voting campaign.
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Nigerian Disney show flawed but delightful - critics

Historic series Iwájú presents a futuristic version of Lagos but where inequalities still persist.
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Heavy gunfire in Chad after attack on security HQ

Several people were killed in the attack, the government says, blaming an opposition party.
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Gazans in survival mode with cold nights and food rations

The BBC speaks to people in Gaza who are scouring markets for food and working in overcrowded hospitals.
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UN's top court hears key case on Israeli occupation

The ICJ will issue an opinion on the legality of the occupation, though Israel has snubbed the hearings.
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Gaza desperately needs more aid but agencies can’t cope

Paul Adams examines why agencies are unable to get desperately needed aid into the Gaza Strip.
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Walled site grows at Egypt border near Gaza

Egypt has built more than 3km of wall in the past week, BBC Verify has discovered.
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Bangs that sparked Titan sub search hope heard for first time

Noises that prompted hope in the search for the missing Titan submersible have been released to the media.
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To defeat Putin, stop being boring, says Navalny's widow

Yulia Navalnaya addresses MEPs after the death of her husband, a high-profile critic of Putin.
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Watch: Inside the famous Sistine Chapel after crowds leave

At night a team of experts monitors and looks after Michelangelo's frescos.
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Medical students find out school will be tuition-free

Students broke into cheers and tears as a former professor at a New York college announced a $1bn donation.
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Hope for ceasefire by Monday, says Biden

Speaking in an ice cream shop, the US president suggests an Israel-Gaza ceasefire is close.
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Who will replace McConnell as top Senate Republican?

The three "Johns" and a senator who challenged McConnell for his post are considered likely successors.
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Two children ran away. It took 13 years to get home again

The extraordinary story of Bablu and Rakhi who left home as children and grew up in orphanages.
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French readers enjoy world’s only four-year newspaper

La Bougie du Sapeur comes out once every leap year - so since 1980 only 12 copies have been published.
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Grenfell-style cladding fear after Valencia fire

Construction pictures suggest the cladding used on the building may be of a type now banned in the UK.
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'My mother’s body was left by smugglers in the desert'

Those escaping Sudan’s conflict have been turning to people smugglers, with deadly consequences.
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Catalonia's farmers demand more help over drought

As Spain continues to be blighted by a lack of rain, farmers want more government assistance.
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Iranian women 'ready to pay the price' for defying hijab rules

Three women describe how they flout headscarf laws ahead of the first polls since nationwide protests.
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'Ice bumps' reveal history of Antarctic melting

Satellites reveal a 50-year record of climate change by tracing the lumpiness in ice surfaces.
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Why Nigeria's economy is in such a mess

Nigeria is experiencing its worst economic crisis in a generation, leading to nationwide protests.
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