Ukraine war: Missiles hit targets across country as G7 rallies over Russia

Russia hits targets around the country, as world leaders discuss their response in Germany.
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G7 leaders meet amid political pressures at home

Behind the grinning photo ops of the G7 summit, world leaders grapple with their differing outlooks.
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South African police investigate nightclub deaths

Post-mortem examinations will be carried out shortly to determine the cause of 22 mysterious deaths.
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Oslo shooting: Memorial service takes place at Oslo Cathedral

Royals and the prime minister joined a service to remember two killed and 21 injured near a gay bar.
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How Ukraine left its mark on Glastonbury

Eurovision winners and folk heroes played across the festival, spreading a message of resistance.
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Roe v Wade: US firms pledge to pay staff travel expenses for abortions

Disney, JP Morgan and Meta are among the companies to confirm such policies after the Roe v Wade ruling.
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Roe v Wade reaction: Chaos at abortion protest in South Carolina

In South Carolina, six people are arrested at an event full of pro-choice and anti-abortion activists.
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Huge fire engulfs ferry in Philippines

All but two of 165 people who were aboard a blazing ferry are rescued in the central Philippines.
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Ukraine war: UK joins ban on imports of Russian gold

The move by the UK, US, Canada and Japan will "strike at the heart of Putin's war machine", the UK PM says.
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Russia promises Belarus Iskander-M nuclear-capable missiles

The Iskander-M systems can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads, with a range of up to 500 km.
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Dozens die trying to cross into Spanish enclave of Melilla

A huge crowd of migrants storm a fence into Melilla in North Africa, with 23 killed and many injured.
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Frozen baby mammoth discovered in Yukon excites Canada

A whole baby woolly mammoth is dug up at a Yukon gold mine - a first for North America.
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Joe Biden signs into law landmark gun control bill

The most significant changes in US gun safety rules in decades follows a series of mass shootings.
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Ukraine war: Inside Ukraine's International Legion of foreign fighters

The BBC speaks to some of the thousands of foreign soldiers who have joined the fight against Russia.
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Roe v Wade: The world reacts to US abortion ruling

Our correspondents in Italy, El Salvador, India, Ireland and Canada explain the impact in countries across the globe.
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Ukraine war: Helping families find missing loved ones

A Red Cross call centre is reuniting Ukrainian and Russian prisoners of war with their loved ones.
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Nigerian Ife head: Why UK police are holding a priceless sculpture

Original Ife bronze heads, of which only some 20 survive, are thought to be about 700 years old.
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Afghanistan earthquake: hospital struggles to help survivors

Caring for victims is a challenge in a country already in the grip of a humanitarian crisis.
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What happened when Israel sent its refugees to Rwanda

As the UK presses on with its asylum deal, refugees sent from Israel to Rwanda describe their experiences.
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Roe v Wade: Elation and despair outside US Supreme Court

Women across the US have sharply different reactions to the decision to overturn Roe v Wade.
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Ukraine war: Families risking all to escape through Russia to Georgia

Risky escape routes have opened up for Ukrainians - including driving through Russia to Georgia.
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Italy's Red Brigades: Ex-members face extradition from France

A French court will decide the fate of several ex-members of the violent Red Brigades guerrilla group.
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Kenyan elections: The woman who rallies crowds - but won't vote

Diana Mwazi is one of many young Kenyans who see elections as a way to make money, not bring change.
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Kidnap alert heightens Iran-Israel shadow war fears

The warnings for Israeli tourists join assassinations and sabotage as the foes aim at each other.
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Chess: Russia and Ukraine face off in India amid war

Russia's Arkady Dvorkovich will take on Ukraine's Andrii Baryshpolets for the top post in chess administration.
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The Indians choosing not to have children

A growing number of Indians are deciding to not become parents. The BBC spoke to them to find out why.
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The moment a woman was saved from rushing flood waters in China

It took rescue crews multiple attempts to reach the woman who was clinging to her car.
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First reactions to US Supreme Court abortion ruling

Protesters react strongly as news of the Supreme Court's decision spreads to crowds outside.
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Anita Alvarez: Coach saves US swimmer who fainted during competition

Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was rescued from the bottom of the pool at the world championships.
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Ukraine war: High school students pose in prom dresses among ruins

Photographer Stanislav Senyk organised a photo shoot of students in the bombed city of Chernihiv.
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