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Rocket attacks from Gaza and Israeli air strikes follow days of soaring tensions in Jerusalem.
A priest and a mother of eight were among 10 people killed in Belfast after an Army operation in 1971.
Seven children and two adults have been killed in a shooting in the city of Kazan, officials say.
Veteran Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon announces he will leave the Serie A club at the end of the season.
Failure to tackle deep-seated issues meant fresh violence between the two sides was a matter of time.
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's world heavyweight title fight will take place in Saudi Arabia, says Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn.
A body found at Herculaneum may have been part of Pliny the Elder's team sent to rescue residents.
US rapper J Cole is set to sign for a Rwandan club ahead of the inaugural Basketball Africa League.
The monarch attended the State Opening of Parliament, a month after the death of her husband.
Violence in Brazil's Amazon is increasing, with tens of thousands of illegal miners in protected areas.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested after a video emerged on social media appearing to show Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie in an altercation with some young men.
A murder suspect is in custody but a pet tiger may still be roaming the streets of a Houston suburb.
The teenager and two younger children were sleeping in the industrial bin in Port Lincoln.
Five journalists and activists who fled Myanmar are to go on trial for illegally entering Thailand.
A refugee group claims the tunnel was close to breaching the site's outer perimeter.
The reggae music legend died of cancer in 1981 aged just 36.
Washington Wizards' Russell Westbrook breaks Oscar Robertson's NBA record for the most career triple-doubles.
The results add pressure on Beijing to boost measures for couples to have more babies.
Team-mates and coaches explain how Dean Henderson's unshakeable self-belief meant he always appeared destined for Manchester United's first team.
Conservation groups say naturally restored forests can help in the fight against climate change.
The WHO says the B.1.617 mutation spreads more easily than other variants and requires further study.
The US president rejects claims that unemployed Americans have less of an incentive to find work.
As its neighbour succumbs to a devastating Covid crisis, fears rise in Pakistan in the run up to Eid.
In one of Africa's largest countries, people worry more about security and other diseases than Covid-19.
Police in Colorado say the body of Amy Carlson was mishandled, leaving her family appalled.
Volunteers are busting anti-vaccine conspiracy theories with decoy Facebook groups.
Robyn knew her dad was immersed in right-wing conspiracies - then she saw him under arrest on 6 January.
Powerful magnets are bringing abundant, pollution-free electricity a step closer.
Bangladeshi men in the UK are being encouraged to talk about the effects the pandemic has had on them.
Who is 'just as good if not better' than Foden? Which player is not afraid to take charge? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.
World number one Dustin Johnson pulls out of this week's AT&T Byron Nelson with a knee injury - a week before the US PGA Championship.
Attacks on critical national infrastructure are an increasing concern, experts say.
The pandemic has helped create some surprising shortages - and people are scrambling.
Two young girls and their asylum seeker parents remain in detention despite years of campaigning.
Panorama filmed officers trying to disrupt networks of dealers transporting drugs worth millions of pounds.
A new book explores the naturalist's lost childhood garden at The Mount in Shrewsbury.
How technology has helped emergency responders save lives during the pandemic.
When millions turned up for the Hindu festival amid a coronavirus surge, many feared the worst.
Sex workers in Germany say a countrywide ban on the industry forces many into poverty and danger.
Former Olympic champion Justin Gatlin is one of hundreds of athletes to take part in a test event at Tokyo's Olympic stadium.
The Duchess of Sussex speaks about the pandemic's impact on women.
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After waiting seven decades for freedom, Joe Ligon tells the BBC how he intends to spend the rest of his days.
A search for answers as at least 40 tonnes of carp float to the surface of a lake in southern Lebanon.
How the pandemic cannabis boom led to chaos on the Navajo Nation, pitting two minorities against each other.
A film about an Aboriginal boy's experience of school shines a light on Australia's failure to give all children a fair start.
Getting trapped in a boy band reality TV contest was just the start of Lelush's unlikely journey.
Experts tell the BBC that delays in decision-making worsened the crisis of India's second wave.
Arina hopes to formally adopt her friend Nina, whom she looked after during the Covid pandemic.