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Ukraine wins the Eurovision Song Contest as folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra ride a wave of public support to be crowne bbc.in/3yDeU7q
Liverpool beat Chelsea in the FA cup final at Wembley after a deadlocked game went to penalties - reaction bbc.in/3yDcoy6
"No shelling for days" - Kharkiv's mayor tells BBC that Russian forces have withdrawn far out from Ukraine's second city Follow live updates bbc.in/37IY1gq
Damehood given to BBC podcast host Deborah James, days after she revealed she is receiving end-of-life care for her bowel cancer bbc.in/3sy7fDk
Gargantuan black hole at the centre of our galaxy pictured for very first time bbc.in/3L7FaJE
Russian soldiers caught on camera shooting unarmed Ukrainian civilians in the back in footage seen by the BBC bbc.in/3wpxxcg
Another 50 fines to be issued over Covid lockdown rule breaking in and around Downing Street, London police say bbc.in/3L8zTSa
Finland must apply for Nato membership without delay, its leaders announce, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine bbc.in/3l0REbx
UK and Sweden sign mutual security deal, pledging support if either country comes under attack bbc.in/3wjrZ2W
Queen pulls out of reading the Queen's Speech at this year's State Opening of Parliament, Buckingham Palace announces bbc.in/3snp3RP
UK opposition leader Labour's Keir Starmer says he'll quit if given Covid fine by police bbc.in/3ypl0bq
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa resigns amid mass protests over the country's worst economic crisis since independence bbc.in/3FArndp
Dennis Waterman, star of TV shows Minder, The Sweeney and New Tricks, has died aged 74, his family says bbc.in/3wag2fT
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa will take over from Jodie Whittaker as the next Dr Who, the BBC announces bbc.in/3kOLsD5
Historic election result in Northern Ireland as Sinn Féin wins most assembly seats for first time, pushing DUP into second place bbc.in/3P3pavs
The SNP finishes as biggest party in Scottish council elections - with Labour in second after the Conservatives suffer big losses bbc.in/3yicXwO
Prince Harry and Andrew will not join other royals on Buckingham Palace balcony for Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations bbc.in/38eX7Zc
UK opposition leader Labour's Keir Starmer investigated by police over alleged Covid breach last year bbc.in/3w1Khpe
More than 16,000 jobs at risk as convenience store McColl's collapses into administration bbc.in/3LS0O5Q
Russia's President Vladimir Putin apologised after his foreign minister said that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood", Israel says bbc.in/3vVY4it
World’s true death toll from Covid pandemic is nearly 15 million, three times the official figure, says World Health Organization bbc.in/3KRJdtf
UK interest rates raised from 0.75% to 1%, their highest level since 2009, as Bank of England tries to tackle cost of living bbc.in/3LPeBtM
EU unveils plan to ban all Russian oil imports in major new sanctions package over Moscow's war in Ukraine Follow latest here bbc.in/37caDMO
Evacuation of civilians trapped in a steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is underway, UN says Follow the latest bbc.in/3s6cz0K
Neil Parish says he's resigning as an MP after admitting he watched pornography twice in the House of Commons bbc.in/3y8vg7E
Conservative MP Neil Parish, who is being investigated for allegedly watching pornography in the House of Commons, expected to resign - BBC told bbc.in/3kve3xj
British-born Islamic State militant Alexanda Kotey sentenced to life over murders of American hostages in Syria bbc.in/3KxkOsS
Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker jailed for two and half years for hiding assets to avoid paying debts bbc.in/3OL7UuN
Conservative MP Neil Parish investigated for allegedly watching pornography in the House of Commons bbc.in/3Kv0Jnc
US President Biden proposes record $33bn aid package to help Ukraine, hours after Russia warns West against sending more weapons bbc.in/38tzbRM
British national killed in Ukraine and second is missing, Foreign Office says bbc.in/3vnGAuJ
Man charged with murders of four family members stabbed to death in south-east London bbc.in/36UzvIV
DJ Tim Westwood steps down from Capital Xtra show following sexual misconduct claims bbc.in/38vMe5i
Government policies of discharging patients from hospital to care homes in England at start of pandemic were "unlawful", High Court judges rule bbc.in/3rTnXga
Ex-Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, in joint investigation by BBC and Guardian bbc.in/38qxswn
Twitter's board agrees to $44bn takeover by Elon Musk, who has promised to "unlock" the social media giant's potential bbc.in/3kdrdia
Emmanuel Macron set for clear victory in France’s presidential election, beating far right candidate Marine Le Pen, projections show bbc.in/3rPUrbb
UK MPs approve inquiry into whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson misled Parliament over parties held during Covid lockdown bbc.in/3K5ptC2
Mother, stepdad and teenage boy guilty of murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi bbc.in/3EBkg3Z
James Watson found guilty of murdering six-year-old Rikki Neave 28 years ago bbc.in/3k5L16Z
Russian President Vladimir Putin abandons plan to storm last Mariupol hold-out bbc.in/3EGL3vS
A woman who has given more than £2m to the Conservative Party was listed as a director of a company secretly owned by a sanctioned Russian oligarch, documents seen by the BBC indicate bbc.in/3vr7VLm
Report into fatal shooting by actor Alec Baldwin finds production company showed "plain indifference" to employee safety bbc.in/37vrQkx
Police say they have spoken to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after she was filmed apparently breaching Scotland's face mask rules and no further action necessary bbc.in/3JX7ZrA
Seven people killed in missile strikes in western Ukrainian city of Lviv, officials say, in a marked escalation in attacks bbc.in/3OicdgW
Russia bans UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior ministers from entering Russia over the UK's "hostile" stance on the war in Ukraine bbc.in/3EjknRo
Russian warship Moskva has sunk, state media says, a day after it was reported damaged by fire or a Ukrainian missile strike bbc.in/3rocjcP
Blood money being paid for Russian oil, Ukraine's President Zelensky tells BBC bbc.in/3Ocu9t5
Some UK asylum seekers to be sent 4,000 miles away to Rwanda and military to take control of patrolling Channel, PM Boris Johnson announces bbc.in/3KMP4B2
Police arrest man suspected of shooting 10 commuters in rush hour attack at New York City subway station bbc.in/3xqciZO
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