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Downing Street plays down the chances of an imminent breakthrough amid reports the sides are close to agreement.
The star reports to prison in California to begin a 14-day sentence following her fraud conviction.
Could Bulgaria's latest football racism scandal change how it deals with the problem?
Moscow says it will not allow fighting between the two, amid Turkey's offensive in northern Syria.
The "football family and governments" need to "wage war on the racists", says the Uefa president after the abuse of England players by home fans in Bulgaria.
The group says it has taken steps towards legal action over the restriction of protests in London.
Firefighters fear that there are still people buried underneath the rubble in the city of Fortaleza.
On 15 October 1969, millions of people in the US marched to call for an end to the Vietnam War.
A 58-year-old man is arrested as it emerges a family spent nine years in a secret room at a Dutch farm.
The baby girl found buried alive in a clay pot is in a critical condition, her doctor tells the BBC.
Google adds an astrophotography mode to its new phone, allowing it to take pictures of the Milky Way.
A picture of three children wearing stocking caps has sparked conversations about inclusivity.
Britain's Chris Froome says the route for the 107th edition of the Tour de France is "brutal" as he aims for a record-equalling fifth title.
Bulgaria Football Union president Borislav Mihaylov resigns following the racist abuse of England players by fans in Sofia.
Aaron Dean is charged with murder over the shooting of Atatiana Jefferson in her home in Fort Worth.
John Bolton likened the lawyer's efforts to pressure Ukraine to a “drug deal”, lawmakers hear.
Roads and rail links were severed and protests erupted after Catalan leaders were jailed for sedition.
Fresh evidence that Google's video clip service is promoting harmful and hate-filled content.
Police say dozens of males were freed in a raid on the institution in Katsina state, Nigeria.
Season 11 or Chapter 2 is now live with a new map and updated gameplay.
When North Korea plays South Korea it is no normal World Cup qualifier.
The basketball superstar said Daryl Morey was "misinformed" when he tweeted about Hong Kong.
Returning foreign children from detention camps in Syria involves legal and political obstacles.
The 100-point winning margins of yesteryear are gone, so are rugby union's lesser lights starting to challenge the Rugby World Cup's established powerhouses?
Mitchell Marsh will miss the start of Australia's Test summer after punching a wall and breaking his bowling hand.
Cristiano Ronaldo reaches a career landmark by scoring his 700th career goal in Portugal's Euro 2020 qualifying defeat by Ukraine.
Boxer Charles Conwell writes an emotional letter to his injured opponent Patrick Day as he fights for his life after their fight in Chicago.
When Bronwyn Berg found herself being manhandled once again, she decided to add spikes to her wheelchair to prevent a repeat.
The star lifts the curtain on his life and career, and reveals what he'll do after his farewell tour.
A BBC team gets rare access to Eritrea, often described as one of the most repressive states in Africa.
Several Russian musicians have released songs to denounce police actions during recent protests in Moscow.
Landfills in Romania are overflowing as half of the recycled waste is imported, mostly from Europe.
Who needs what in October's Euro 2020 qualifiers? We look at the home nations plus see who can qualify from the other groups.
Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo become the first authors to jointly win the Booker Prize since 1992.
Shay Bradley's dying wish was to have a message played at his funeral from beyond the grave.
The Americans' departure is a victory for Syria, Russia and Iran, writes the BBC's Jeremy Bowen.
A celebration of food and agriculture at the long-running State Fair of Texas