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German tests showed the critic of President Vladimir Putin was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent.
It comes after the football team's new away kit was revealed last week, but without women's sizes.
Some scientists say they don't go "anywhere near far enough", while others say they need time to work.
A new migration pact is set to be announced, but the measures are likely to face some opposition.
Researchers warn the "militarised vocational training" can lead to a loss of cultural heritage.
Rob Howley is named assistant Canada coach following his return to the sport after being banned for a betting breach.
The long-finned pilot whales have perished after becoming beached on Tasmania's coast.
Stella Moris gave birth to the couple's two sons while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorean embassy.
The founding member of the US pop group had been admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
The Denver Nuggets see off a final-quarter surge from the Los Angeles Lakers to win 114-106 in the Western Conference finals.
In her latest BBC Sport column, Karen Carney discusses the impact Jude Bellingham can have at Borussia Dortmund and where he can develop.
Floyd Mayweather has reportedly been approached by YouTuber Logan Paul to take part in an exhibition bout this year, plus more in this week's Fight Talk.
Louisville fears civil unrest as it waits to hear of any charges over the killing of Breonna Taylor.
Plans for lower-cost batteries and a $25,000 car did not excite investors - firm's value fell $50bn.
Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh are accused of killing Western hostages in Iraq and Syria.
Rakhmabai Raut won a historic battle to get a divorce. But she was a pioneer in more ways than one.
The case described by some as a "David versus Goliath battle" has stirred up debate in Singapore.
A recent study warns that without intervention many of the continent's ancient sites could be lost.
Australian singer Gordi is "reaching people" through medical consultations, as well as her music.
From a mission to Mars to military expeditions, what is driving the UAE to punch above its weight?
A glimpse behind the scenes of the challenges in reporting from the remote Yakutia region of Siberia.
Barcelona agree to allow Luis Suarez to join Atletico Madrid after a meeting with the striker's representatives.
Pascale Ferrier, a Canadian computer programmer, is also accused of mailing poison to Texas authorities.
The recent US-China tensions were laid bare in speeches by Trump and Xi at the UN in New York.
Trump supporters in liberal towns organise truck convoys to foster solidarity among conservatives.
Three funeral directors reflect on the human toll of the pandemic, as the US hits a milestone.
Ash from a volcanic eruption has contaminated farming land in six of Ecuador's provinces.
"She was a very eccentric and flamboyant person," writes her son Frank in tribute to the 98-year-old.
Gold from a refiner used by criminals to launder drug money has entered supply chains for smartphones and cars.
Every morning at 7am when the second hand TV was switched on, the village internet went down.
Scores of whales have died as conservationists begin a huge rescue operation.
BBC Reality Check debunks claims about Covid tests, a death in police custody and the pandemic's origins.
Thousands of Long Covid patients are waiting for help but the health service is struggling to cope.
A start-up in London is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.
Stranger Things star plays Sherlock's sister in Enola Holmes alongside Helena Bonham Carter.
Carlos Rodrigues is among the firefighters trying to save patches of Brazil's rainforest from burning.
We asked voters from across the US to weigh in on the justice's death and what should happen next.
An investigation by BBC News Arabic has found that Russian oligarch, Roman Abramovich, controls companies that have donated $100m to an Israeli settler organisation.
George was neglected by his parents, then an adoption went wrong. There was only one family that he felt loved by.