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A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
The BBC's Sarah Rainsford reflects on being barred from Russia and the assault on the country's freedoms.
Tourists flock to California’s famous sequoia trees, but wildfires are threatening their existence.
Kylian Mbappe hit a contentious winner as France came from behind to beat Spain and become the second team to win the Nations League.
The pontiff says he wants to hear from ordinary Catholics and for the Church to be open to change.
Wales' rugby game against New Zealand will be one of the first mass events where passes are required.
A US Navy nuclear engineer and his wife allegedly sold the secret data to an undercover FBI agent.
The Atlanta Falcons hold on for a 27-20 victory over the New York Jets as the NFL makes a jubilant return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The deal will allow the UK firm's Rotherham plant - which has been closed since spring - to reopen.
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan becomes the second-fastest player to reach 5,000 pass completions, as he threw two touchdowns in a 27-17 win over the New York Jets in London.
Four people, aged 18 to 44, are killed while a 15-year-old boy has life-threatening injuries.
Jasmine Tetley retained her 2019 title after the 2020 event was cancelled due to Covid.
The 300ft (90m) high structures in Eggborough were demolished as part of redevelopment plans.
Catching both viruses at the same time puts people at a more significant risk of death, a health boss says.
The UK agrees to give visas to the women's development team and families who had to flee Afghanistan.
Western spies branded AQ Khan as dangerous as bin Laden - but many in Pakistan saw him as a hero.
Tyson Fury will have to wait to see how several fights pan out before deciding his next opponent.
French authorities prevented 414 people from making the crossing, the Home Office says.
The boss of the food giant says rising prices are partly due to pandemic disruption.