Russian attacks on energy grid amount to genocide, says Ukraine

The prosecutor-general tells the BBC Russian attacks are aimed at "the full Ukrainian nation".
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World Cup 2022: Clashes in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium

Police use water cannon and tear gas to deal with unrest in the centre of Brussels on Sunday.
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Italy landslide: Five bodies found as rescue work continues

Heartbreaking accounts emerge of the last moments of victims of a landslide on the Italian island of Ischia.
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World Cup 2022: Iran complain to Fifa over flag change on social media by US

Iran's football federation complains to Fifa after the United States removed the emblem of the Islamic Republic from the country's flag in social media posts.
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Somalia: Key hotel in Mogadishu stormed by al-Shabab militants

Villa Rose is near the presidential palace in Mogadishu and popular with government officials.
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World Cup 2022: Belgium 0-2 Morocco - Abdelhamid Sabiri and Zakaria Aboukhlal seal late win

Morocco cause the latest shock at a World Cup that has been full of surprises by beating Belgium with two late goals.
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World Cup 2022: Fouling Neymar 'has to stop', Brazil coach Tite says

Brazil head coach Tite says the high number of fouls on Neymar "has to stop" after the forward was injured in their group-stage victory over Serbia.
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Venezuela takes first step out of political stalemate

The government and opposition agree that billions of dollars frozen abroad be released to help fund social projects.
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Daughter cannot watch execution of Kevin Johnson, judge rules

Kevin Johnson faces execution in Missouri on Tuesday for the killing of a police officer.
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World Cup 2022: Croatia 4-1 Canada - Andrej Kramaric scores twice to send Canada out

Alphonso Davies scores Canada's first-ever World Cup goal, but it is not enough to stop them being knocked out following a defeat by Croatia.
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Irene Cara: Fame singer and actress dies aged 63

The American singer and actress won an Oscar for Best Original Song in 1984.
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Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen quits as party chair after local elections

President Tsai Ing-wen resigns as head of the governing DPP after its poor showing in local elections.
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China Covid: Shocking protests are huge challenge for China's leaders

China's rulers appear to have drastically underestimated growing discontent at Xi Jinping's zero-Covid policy.
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Jeff Bezos: Does US-style philanthropy exist in UK?

The Amazon boss joins a long line of Americans giving away their riches. Is it different in the UK?
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Rolls-Royce tests a jet engine running on hydrogen

The firm, together with easyJet, is trying out hydrogen instead of jet fuel in a jet engine.
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'Miya' Museum: The controversy around Assam's 'Muslim' museum

Authorities in India's Assam state sealed a museum dedicated to Muslims - and many are asking why.
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Charles V: French scientists decode 500-year-old letter

A French team has decoded a letter from Charles V, revealing rumours of an assassination plot.
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South Africa pit bull attacks: 'We can't live in a world where dogs eat children'

Anger mounts after the killing of children, including Keketso Saule, by pit bulls in South Africa.
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Jyoti Bhatt: The photographer who preserved rural Indian life

Jyoti Bhatt documented the nuances of rural Indian culture that are on the cusp of disappearing.
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Tutankhamun's inspiring 21st Century afterlife

Egyptologists are still learning about his life and treasures a century after his tomb was opened.
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Ukraine conflict: How much damage has Russia done to power supplies?

Russian air strikes have hit power supplies and health services, putting millions of lives at risk.
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Ukraine war: Facing a harsh winter on the front line

With no power or running water, the few remaining residents of Avdiivka have been urged to leave.
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New York: Man rescued seconds before incoming train

It was reported the man had accidentally fallen onto the tracks in Harlem, New York.
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Zero-Covid anger grows after deadly China fire

Protesters take to the streets in Shanghai and Nanjing in response to a fire that killed 10 in Urumqi.
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At the scene of deadly Ischia mudslide

The BBC's Mark Lowen surveys the damage to homes and cars after a mudslide on the Italian island.
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Mudslide sweeps across Italian island of Ischia

Those missing are believed to be trapped under the mud.
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Naked volunteers pose for Bondi Beach artwork

The installation was designed by artist Spencer Tunick, to raise awareness of skin cancer.
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Iran football manager Queiroz confronts BBC's Shaimaa Khalil

The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil asked Iran footballer Mehdi Taremi for his view on the protests in Iran.
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