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March 25, 2020 - 04:54 PM

Ukraine war: Missiles hit targets across country as G7 rallies over Russia

Russia hits targets in many areas, as world leaders discuss further military support for Ukraine.

Mason: G7 leaders meet amid political pressures at home

Behind the grinning photo ops of the G7 summit, world leaders grapple with their differing outlooks.

Ukraine war: Keep up unity amid war fatigue, says PM

Boris Johnson says the higher food and energy costs from the conflict are the price of freedom.

Oslo shooting: Memorial service takes place at Oslo Cathedral

Royals and the prime minister joined a service to remember two killed and 21 injured near a gay bar.

Diana Ross brings Motown glamour to Glastonbury

The star brings a huge crowd to the Pyramid Stage as she plays a career-spanning greatest hits show.

Prince Charles 'accepted a suitcase with 1m euros', report claims

Clarence House says the correct processes were followed with the Qatari sheikh's charitable donations.

Boris Johnson signals controls on steel imports to stay

The government says the move would protect British producers at a time of rising energy costs.

Johnson will lead Tories at next election, says Brandon Lewis

Brandon Lewis says the PM has the drive and enthusiasm to go on, despite growing criticism.

Roe v Wade: US firms pledge to pay staff travel expenses for abortions

Disney, JP Morgan and Meta are among the companies to confirm such policies after the Roe v Wade ruling.

Patrick Grady to step away from SNP membership over allegations

The Glasgow North MP is under police investigation over allegations of sexual harassment.

Thousands of PwC staff to get 9% pay rise to offset cost of living

The accountancy firm's chairman Kevin Ellis says the company "can't ignore market pressures".

Neil Parish: Porn scandal MP frightened by death threats

Neil Parish says he was verbally abused and sent death threats after being seen watching porn at work.

England v New Zealand: Ollie Pope and Joe Root put hosts on course for 3-0 series win

England need 113 runs with eight wickets in hand to complete another superb final-day victory over New Zealand in the third Test at Headingley.

In pictures: Glastonbury 2022

Thousands of people are attending the event which has returned for the first time in three years.

Rowers rescued after hitting bad weather on Irish Sea

UK coastguard footage shows the rescue of the five-strong crew by an RNLI craft.

Crowland WWII Buffalo LVT on show after restoration

The landing craft had lain buried for 74 years before it was unearthed by volunteers.

The Big Plastic Count: Consumers confront their plastic footprint

People who counted plastic waste for a week want to go plastic-free, but say it costs too much.

U2 singer Bono discusses discovering he has a half-brother

The star discusses for the first time how his dad had another son, who he didn't know about for years.

Youth Beatz free music festival cancels day two due to weather

Organisers of the Youth Beatz event at Park Farm in Dumfries say they are "beyond devastated".

Hajj travellers unable to fly due to ticket delay

Some British Muslims who booked pilgrimages to Mecca could not fly after problems with a new system.

Ukraine war: Inside Ukraine's International Legion of foreign fighters

The BBC speaks to some of the thousands of foreign soldiers who have joined the fight against Russia.

Friendship forged through rare disease connection

Saul and George are both 12 and their lives have been affected in some way by a rare disease.

The Papers: 'Crackdown on unions' and PM plans for third term

The papers lead with strike action warnings and Tory MPs slam Boris Johnson's "delusional" behaviour.

Roe v Wade: Protesters tear-gassed outside Arizona State Capitol

A video uploaded to social media shows police shooting tear gas into crowds of protesters.

Roe v Wade: What the Supreme Court decision means for US mid-terms

A shift in public opinion before November could have dramatic implications for abortion rights.

Ukraine war: Helping families find missing loved ones

A Red Cross call centre is reuniting Ukrainian and Russian prisoners of war with their loved ones.

G7 face battle for unity as cost of Ukraine war mounts

The Russian war against Ukraine will inevitably dominate the summit of G7 nations in Bavaria.

What's the mood after by-election dramas?

The verdict of voters can't be ignored and there are challenges ahead for the UK's big political parties.

Emma Raducanu at Wimbledon: There will be 'huge expectation' but 'let's give her time'

How will Emma Raducanu handle her first Wimbledon as a Grand Slam champion - and might we all be expecting too much?

Nigerian Ife head: Why UK police are holding a priceless sculpture

Original Ife bronze heads, of which only some 20 survive, are thought to be about 700 years old.

How a family of 14 is coping with rising costs

Mother of 12, Zoe Sullivan, explains how she cuts costs as her family's energy and fuel bills double.

Afghanistan earthquake: hospital struggles to help survivors

Caring for victims is a challenge in a country already in the grip of a humanitarian crisis.

What happened when Israel sent its refugees to Rwanda

As the UK presses on with its asylum deal, refugees sent from Israel to Rwanda describe their experiences.

Wimbledon 2022: Ons Jabeur column on playing with Serena Williams

Tunisia's world number two Ons Jabeur, in her new BBC Sport column at Wimbledon, discusses the "unbelievable" experience of playing doubles with Serena Williams.

England v New Zealand: Joe Root reverse-scoops Neil Wagner for six in third Test

England batter Joe Root produces a moment of "extraordinary brilliance" as he reverse scoops Neil Wagner six on day four of the third Test at Headingley.

England v New Zealand: Sam Billings removes Neil Wagner with bizarre catch in third Test

Watch the moment Sam Billings takes a bizarre catch to remove New Zealand's Neil Wagner on day four of the third Test at Headingley.

Wimbledon: Emma Raducanu & Andy Murray set for Centre Court on day one

Britain's Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray are set for Centre Court when Wimbledon gets under way on Monday.

Super League: Hull KR 10-38 Huddersfield Giants - Leroy Cudjoe hat-trick crowns comeback

Leroy Cudjoe claims a hat-trick as Huddersfield come from behind to thrash Hull KR for their sixth straight win

Luther Burrell: Former England centre says racism is 'rife' in rugby union

Former England centre Luther Burrell says he wants to "empower younger generations" after detailing his experiences of racism in rugby union

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