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Thunderstorms and erratic winds could complicate the US state's largest fire so far this year.
A ship carrying grain leaves Odesa under a deal aimed at easing a global food crisis.
The 1998 deal was designed to end 30 years of bloody conflict in Northern Ireland.
Olena and her family are one of the last remaining in the Donetsk region where an evacuation order is in place.
The singer tells women to "cover up for no-one" after performing at Wembley before England's historic win.
England's Euro 2022 final win over Germany was watched by a peak television audience of 17.4 million, making it the most-watched programme in the UK so far in 2022.
Hinkley Point B has shut down permanently, after 46 years generating electricity.
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is to join Aston Martin in 2023 on a multi-year contract.
Lidia Thorpe was asked to start the oath of allegiance again and to only read the words put in front of her.
English Para-swimmer Alice Tai wins Commonwealth gold in Birmingham just months after having her right leg amputated.
Learn more about the England players who featured at Euro 2022.
A new device will help reconstruct the formation of the Milky Way in unprecedented detail.
But the ex-chancellor's pledge for the end of the next parliament is criticised as being too slow.
The Court of Appeal is set to consider a request to keep treating the 12-year-old while the UN examines the case.
What are the rules on striking and do you have to be a trade union member to take part?
Ethnic Serbs parked trucks and tankers at border crossings in the north in protest at the new rules.
How have the 10 pieces created by the elusive street artist stood the test of time - one year on?
Many long-standing customers pay more for broadband and mobile contracts than new customers do.
A year since leaving Kabul, a young refugee is trying to rebuild a new life in UK
The motoring group says the UK's fuel duty cut looks "paltry" compared to help given in other countries.