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Man charged with the murders of three children and a woman in Derbyshire, UK
Body found in US national park is that of missing travel blogger Gabby Petito and coroner believes she was murdered - FBI
"A decisive decade for our world" - Joe Biden pledges to work with allies in first speech to UN General Assembly as US president
Third Russian accused by UK police of involvement in 2018 attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, which left three people critically ill and one dead
Russia responsible for killing Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian spy who died of polonium poisoning in 2006 in London, European Court of Human Rights finds
Canada's Justin Trudeau says "brighter days ahead" after projected win in election, but he failed to make the gains he hoped for Follow live coverage
UK's defence secretary orders investigation into data breach involving the details of dozens of Afghan interpreters
US relaxing Covid travel restrictions for fully vaccinated passengers from UK and EU, ending an 18-month ban
US expected to relax travel ban for passengers from UK and EU from November – follow live updates
John Challis, best known for playing Boycie in British TV comedy Only Fools and Horses, has died aged 79
Tottenham's record goalscorer and World Cup-winning England striker Jimmy Greaves has died at the age of 81.
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France recalls ambassadors from US and Australia in wake of new security pact it describes as "a stab in the back"
US admits drone strike in Kabul just before military pullout killed 10 innocent people - official tells BBC's US partner CBS News
Amber list scrapped and PCR tests no longer necessary for fully vaccinated travellers in English travel overhaul
Two men charged with murder of Belfast journalist Lyra McKee, who was shot dead in Londonderry in 2019
Liz Truss becomes new UK foreign secretary, replacing Dominic Raab
Gavin Williamson, criticised for his handling of disruption to schools and exams during pandemic, loses job as UK education secretary
North Korea fires two ballistic missiles, South Korea says
Booster Covid jabs for over 50s and younger adults with health conditions recommended by UK government vaccine advisers
The world now sees twice as many days with temperatures over 50C, BBC analysis finds Climate change presents an increasing challenge for how we live
All 12 to 15-year-olds should be offered one dose of Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, UK’s chief medical officers recommend
Russia’s Daniil Medvedev beats Novak Djokovic in the US Open final, ending the Serb’s dream of a calendar Grand Slam
HIS FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLE! 🏆 Daniil Medvedev beats Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win the#USOpenn! 6-4 6-4 6-4 #bbctenniss
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Vaccine passport scheme for nightclubs and large events in England will not be going ahead, Health Secretary Sajid Javid tells BBC
Qualifier Emma Raducanu wins US Open title - first British woman to secure a Grand Slam singles victory in 44 years
Twenty years after first plane hit World Trade Center in New York, a minute's silence will shortly begin US 9/11 commemorations
Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre, who has accused Prince Andrew of sexual abuse, claim they have successfully served him with legal papers
The fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban is likely to have "emboldened" so-called lone wolf terrorists in the UK, director general of MI5 warns
England's final cricket Test match against India at Old Trafford cancelled after a number of India's staff test positive for Covid-19
Emma Raducanu becomes first British woman to reach a Grand Slam singles final in 44 years, with straight-set win over Greece’s Maria Sakkari at US Open
MPs vote by 319 to 248 to increase taxes across UK from next year to help pay for NHS and social care
In her first US Open, British teenager Emma Raducanu reaches semi-finals - beating Olympic champion Belinda Bencic in straight sets
Taliban announce government for Afghanistan, led by one of their founders, with an FBI-wanted militant as interior minister
UK National Insurance rate for workers to rise by 1.25%, as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans to fund health and social care in England
Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, 39, who had breast cancer, has died, her mother says
UK's vaccine advisory body refuses to approve vaccinating healthy children aged 12-15 years old on health grounds alone
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has described the event as a "terrorist attack" by a Sri Lankan national who was under surveillance
Police in New Zealand shoot dead man after he entered an Auckland supermarket and stabbed multiple people, with at least six reported injured
Pop legends Abba to release new music, 40 years after they split
Sarah Storey wins 17th Paralympic gold to become Great Britain's most successful Paralympian of all time
Double child killer Colin Pitchfork released from prison, UK Ministry of Justice confirms
UK media regulator Ofcom clears Piers Morgan over comments about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex that led to his departure from Good Morning Britain
BBC Moscow correspondent Sarah Rainsford expelled from Russia “for the protection of the security of Russia”, officials claim
Final US evacuation flight has left Kabul airport, marking an end to the 20-year American presence in Afghanistan - Pentagon
The US city of New Orleans has lost power, with only generators working, as Hurricane Ida batters Louisiana
Missile targeted suicide bomber in vehicle who was aiming to carry out attack at Kabul airport, US officials say
The US military says it believes it has killed an Islamic State group planner in a drone strike in Afghanistan
Manchester United have confirmed they have re-signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus
Two British nationals, and child of another British citizen, among those killed in Kabul airport attack, UK Foreign Secretary says
UK enters "final stages" of evacuation operation at Kabul airport, Afghanistan No more people will be called to the airport to leave, with UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace telling the BBC "we won't be able to get everyone out"
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