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Italy crisis: Call to impeach president after candidate vetoed
The Five Star Party's leader attacks Sergio Mattarella after talks on forming a government break down.

BTS become first K-pop band to top US album charts
The boy band with a devoted global fan base are the first K-pop export to crack the US top spot.

Mamoudou Gassama: Mali 'spiderman' wows France with Paris child rescue
President Macron is to thank a Malian man who saved a child dangling from a fourth-floor Paris balcony.

World Cup 2018: Being black in Russia
Less than 1% of Russia's 144 million people are black. What is life like for them?

Dolphin 'happiness' measured by scientists in France
Animal welfare researchers measure how captive dolphins feel about their environment.

Spain's Podemos leader survives confidence vote over house purchase
Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias and his partner faced an outcry after buying a ?600,000 house.

Maryland flooding: Water rages through Ellicott City streets
Up to 8 inches (20cm) of rain fell on Ellicott City in two hours, according to local media.

Colombia election: Run-off expected in first vote since Farc deal
Supporters of conservative Ivan Duque celebrate his lead in the inconclusive first round.

Brazil fuel protests: Temer cuts diesel price in bid to end strike
President Michel Temer makes a concession to end a truckers' strike that has paralysed the country.

Trump-Kim summit: President Moon could attend, says South Korea
If the summit goes ahead, which remains uncertain, it could also feature the South Korean president.

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

Berlin far-right supporters outnumbered by counter-protest
Supporters of far-right party AfD were met by at least twice as many counter-protesters, police said.

Electrical storms light up UK skies
Some of the best footage of last night's light show and the 15,000 lightning strikes that came with it.

Huge fire at Germany's largest theme park
Thousands of visitors were evacuated when a blaze engulfed part of Europa-Park on Saturday.

MS-13: Inside the secret world of Central America's brutal gang
A former MS-13 gang leader explains his life in one of Central America's most violent gangs.

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

Female sommelier on wine tasting and mansplaining
Abigail Connolly is among a small number of women breaking into the male-dominated world of wine.

'I want to be the first wheelchair user in space'
South African disability rights campaigner Eddie Ndopu says he is "a living manifestation of possibility".

Your pictures: Golden
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Golden".

Formula 1: Axcil Jefferies - Africa's first black F1 driver?
Zimbabwe's Axcil Jefferies hopes to be the first African racing driver on the F1 grid for 25 years.

Bready meals: How much do you know about sandwiches?
It's been British Sandwich Week, test your knowledge of the bready meal.

Monica Lewinsky and Stormy Daniels: Political scandals across two eras
A look at how the Clinton/Lewinsky affair could have played out today, compared to the Trump/Stormy case.

The gay mayor shaking up politics in Catholic Poland
Robert Biedron is one of Poland's rising political stars and tipped to run for president.

Moon walking: Ex-Nasa astronauts describe lunar experience
Read the experiences of the four surviving astronauts to have set foot on the lunar surface.

How the US and Rwanda have fallen out over second-hand clothes
The US has imposed tariffs on Rwanda over an obscure import: Second-hand clothes.

A war of nerves between Pakistan's military and Sharif
A media crackdown suggests a war of nerves between the deposed PM and the military.

After Ireland says Yes to abortion, what next for Northern Ireland?
The successful campaign to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment turns to face the north.

13 Reasons Why's controversial season two
Critics say it's "badly written" and "unnecessary", but fans of the show say it's "something people need to see".

Hawaii volcano: How many people do volcanoes kill?
Red-hot rivers of lava and clouds of ash can be deadly - but death by volcano is not inevitable.

Kitty Marion: The actress who became a 'terrorist'
How a Me Too moment inspired a young actress in Victorian England to become an arsonist and bomber.

Johanna Konta: Media doesn't make it easy for me, says British number one
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'
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 linger
Chris Froome's Grand Tour hat-trick changes the history books, but not the conversation around his standing in the sport.

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

England v Pakistan: Captain Joe Root tells fans to 'keep faith' after defeat
Captain Joe Root urges England supporters to "keep believing" in his team following a sixth defeat in eight Tests.

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool boss joins fans to sing defiant song after losing to Real Madrid
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".

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

Maori face tattoo: It is OK for a white woman to have one?
An expression of pride or cultural theft? Why one woman's tattoo angered Maori in New Zealand.

ICYMI: Kids recreate Meghan and Harry's royal wedding
Stories you may have missed this week, including a mini Meghan and Harry.

The Muslims who fast for 22 hours a day in Iceland
The long days in Iceland mean that Muslims there have one of the longest Ramadan fasts in the world.

Are sweeteners healthier than sugar?
Artificial sweeteners offer a sweet taste without the calories, but are they healthy?

Pepe's story: How I survived Spanish flu
Josť Ameal is believed to be the oldest Spanish survivor of the pandemic which followed World War I.

The Lagos female boxers with Olympic dreams
A group of female boxers who train in a makeshift boxing ring in the dirt plan to take gold at the 2020 Olympics.



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