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Italy crisis: Call to impeach president after candidate vetoedOpen in a New Window

The Five Star Party's leader attacks Sergio Mattarella after talks on forming a government break down.

 

Arlene Foster: Irish abortion vote has no impact on NI lawOpen in a New Window

Labour urges Theresa May to back reform to NI's abortion law as the DUP says it is a devolved matter.

 

WH Smith voted UK's worst High Street shop in Which? surveyOpen in a New Window

Consumers have criticised the chain's out-of-date shops, expensive products and rude staff.

 

World Cup 2018: Being black in RussiaOpen in a New Window

Less than 1% of Russia's 144 million people are black. What is life like for them?

 

Mamoudou Gassama: Mali 'spiderman' wows France with Paris child rescueOpen in a New Window

President Macron is to thank a Malian man who saved a child dangling from a fourth-floor Paris balcony.

 

Maryland flooding: Water rages through Ellicott City streetsOpen in a New Window

Up to 8 inches (20cm) of rain fell on Ellicott City in two hours, according to local media.

 

Storms cause flash flooding across BirminghamOpen in a New Window

Homes have been flooded and cars were left under water in parts of the city after heavy rain.

 

BBC Biggest Weekend highlightsOpen in a New Window

Rita Ora, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are among the stars performing at the multi-city festival.

 

Review to 'eliminate gender pay gap among doctors'Open in a New Window

Female doctors are paid on average £10,000 less than male doctors in England, figures show.

 

US and North Korea preparing Trump-Kim summitOpen in a New Window

The two sides hold talks in the latest sign that the on-off Trump-Kim summit will be held after all.

 

Mutiny Festival death: Mum's grief at losing 'little girl'Open in a New Window

Janine Milburn hopes the death of her "little girl" at a festival will deter others from taking drugs.

 

Food and farming sector makes post-Brexit demandsOpen in a New Window

Those in the industry ask the PM to ensure they will continue to be able to hire EU workers.

 

Loris Karius: Merseyside Police look into death threats to Liverpool goalkeeperOpen in a New Window

Merseyside Police says it is aware of death threats made to Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius after the Champions League final.

 

The Papers: Festival death plea and Brexit warningsOpen in a New Window

An emotional plea from the mother of a teenager who died at a music festival leads some of Monday's papers.

 

After cremation: Recycling surgical implantsOpen in a New Window

Photographic student Harry Lloyd-Evans photographs surgical implants that are recovered and recycled after cremation.

 

MS-13: Inside the secret world of Central America's brutal gangOpen in a New Window

A former MS-13 gang leader explains his life in one of Central America's most violent gangs.

 

Orla Kiely: 'Stem pattern was a very quick design'Open in a New Window

Orla Kiely reveals the secrets behind the designs she's created over the past 20 years.

 

How the US and Rwanda have fallen out over second-hand clothesOpen in a New Window

The US has imposed tariffs on Rwanda over an obscure import: Second-hand clothes.

 

Waddingtons board games archive reveals wacky findsOpen in a New Window

The agriculturally-inspired Grade Up to Elite Cow is among more than 1,000 games collected at Leeds museum.

 

Klopp sings with Liverpool fans after defeatOpen in a New Window

Jurgen Klopp appears in good spirits after his side's Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid, as he joins Reds fans to sing a defiant song about bringing the trophy "back to Liverpool".

 

Huge fire at Germany's largest theme parkOpen in a New Window

Thousands of visitors were evacuated when a blaze engulfed part of Europa-Park on Saturday.

 

Biggest Weekend: Rita Ora, Craig David and MØ on the first songs they ever wroteOpen in a New Window

Newsbeat asks the stars performing at Swansea for their memories of their first attempt at music and lyrics.

 

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Monica Lewinsky and Stormy Daniels: Political scandals across two erasOpen in a New Window

A look at how the Clinton/Lewinsky affair could have played out today, compared to the Trump/Stormy case.

 

Britain's 'most scenic' bus route revealedOpen in a New Window

A double-decker serving the North Yorkshire Moors has been named Britain's "most scenic" bus route.

 

The gay mayor shaking up politics in Catholic PolandOpen in a New Window

Robert Biedron is one of Poland's rising political stars and tipped to run for president.

 

How do I know if it's going to rain?Open in a New Window

How does BBC Weather work out the chances of rain - and how should you read the forecast?

 

Figures reveal art auction gender imbalanceOpen in a New Window

Of the top 100 artists whose works fetched the highest amounts at auction in 2017, 13 were women.

 

Moon walking: Ex-Nasa astronauts describe lunar experienceOpen in a New Window

Read the experiences of the four surviving astronauts to have set foot on the lunar surface.

 

After Ireland says Yes to abortion, what next for Northern Ireland?Open in a New Window

The successful campaign to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment turns to face the north.

 

James Blake 'sad boy' statement: Artists support singerOpen in a New Window

James Blake has had enough of the "sad boy" label, and artists including Olly Alexander and Anne-Marie back him.

 

The blame game: Getting divorced in the UKOpen in a New Window

Divorce drama The Split reaches its climax just as a major divorce case is having its day in court.

 

Johanna Konta: Media doesn't make it easy for me, says British number oneOpen in a New Window

Britain's Johanna Konta says being reminded of her poor French Open record by the media does not "make it easy" for her.

 

Monaco GP: Lewis Hamilton & Fernando Alonso critical of 'most boring race'Open in a New Window

Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso criticised Sunday's Monaco GP, saying it was "not really racing" and "the most boring race ever".

 

Giro d'Italia: Chris Froome's Grand Tour hat-trick and the questions that lingerOpen in a New Window

Chris Froome's Grand Tour hat-trick changes the history books, but not the conversation around his standing in the sport.

 

England v Pakistan: Captain Joe Root tells fans to 'keep faith' after defeatOpen in a New Window

Captain Joe Root urges England supporters to "keep believing" in his team following a sixth defeat in eight Tests.

 

Fort Worth Invitational: Justin Rose wins at Colonial to take ninth PGA titleOpen in a New Window

Justin Rose claims his ninth PGA Tour title with a dominant three-shot win at the Fort Worth Invitational.

 

PGA Championship: Francesco Molinari wins at Wentworth by two from Rory McIlroyOpen in a New Window

Italy's Francesco Molinari wins the PGA Championship by two shots from fellow overnight leader Rory McIlroy at Wentworth.

 

England v Barbarians: Chris Ashton hat-trick inspires Baa-Baas to victoryOpen in a New Window

Chris Ashton scores a hat-trick as the Barbarians beat England for the first time in this fixture since 2014.

 

Sex, lies and payday loans: The parachute murder plotOpen in a New Window

How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.

 

The family who broke records and changed lawsOpen in a New Window

Deborah McFadden was paralysed from the neck down in her 20s - she went on to adopt three children from different countries, two of whom would become successful athletes. How did she do it?

 

Undercover with badger baiters as network infiltratedOpen in a New Window

For the first time a badger baiting network is infiltrated by an undercover reporter.

 

Murder and fraud: What happened to Carole Packman?Open in a New Window

The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.

 

'My lovely dad tried to kill me'Open in a New Window

Robyn Hollingworth was just 25 when she left her job in London to help care for her dad who had early-onset Alzheimer's.

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