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Switzerland take a huge step towards the last 16 of the World Cup as Xherdan Shaqiri scores a 90th-minute winner against Serbia.
Aleksandar Mitrovic's protests for a penalty go unanswered by the referee, despite seemingly being wrestled to the ground by two Switzerland defenders.
BMW warns ministers on Brexit after Airbus says it could be forced to leave the UK if there is no transition deal with the EU.
Rob Smart was driven out under Robert Mugabe and has been allowed back by the Zimbabwean government.
Ahmed Musa scores both goals as Nigeria beat World Cup debutants Iceland to leave Group D intriguingly poised.
Paul Farbrace will take over as England coach for the upcoming Twenty20 internationals against Australia and India.
The media must decide if they want to "help the team or not", says England boss Gareth Southgate, after pictures of training notes are published online.
Philippe Coutinho and Neymar bail Brazil out with stoppage-time strikes against Costa Rica following another uninspiring display at the 2018 World Cup.
Ahmed Musa's exquisite touch and finish puts Nigeria 1-0 up against Iceland in their group D tie at the 2018 World Cup.
The original home of musical Cats is the first West End theatre to be named after a non-royal woman.
Watch the very best and worst of Brazil striker Neymar; who was denied a penalty and booked for dissent before scoring his side's second stoppage-time goal.
The former television presenter had denied sexually assaulting a bride-to-be in an Edinburgh nightclub.
Lewis Hamilton fastest in second practice for the French Grand Prix, as Sergio Perez loses a wheel at high speed.
Britain's Andy Murray takes a wildcard into Eastbourne as he continues his comeback after almost a year out with a hip injury.
There are dogs in offices, building sites and camps as people share their snaps on #TakeYourDogToWorkDay.
Fire crews used cutting equipment to free the pup, who was uninjured in the three-vehicle collision.
The veteran children's television character talks to Simon McCoy about the Royal family and the World Cup.
Dele Alli is still not training and is likely to miss England's second World Cup group game against Panama on Sunday.
Love Island contestant Hayley Hughes quizzes a BBC reporter on Brexit and tests his knowledge on the programme that led her to fame.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz says she's "bi till the day I die", even if she's marrying a man.
Beata Mejia Mejia says she is suing the US government after she and her son, 7, were separated for weeks.
England winger Raheem Sterling says he no longer worries about the media "picking on him" because of his "bling" lifestyle.
Argentina's World Cup squad is the "worst in their history" and not even "the best player in the world" can make them competitive, says Ossie Ardiles.
An exhibition marks the first UK survey of one of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century.
Spain’s World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas on the pressure you face after losing your opening game, and why the big names have not shone in Russia so far - even Cristiano Ronaldo.
The reality TV star says she wore the style at an awards ceremony because her daughter asked her to.
The Great Exhibition of the North, billed as "the country's biggest event in 2018", opens on Friday.
Watch all the best action and funnies from day eight of the World Cup as Croatia crush Argentina and France send Peru home.
Rhea Bailey, who played Caz in Coronation Street, finds out more about her family's Windrush history.
How a World War Two soldier returned to England on the Windrush and was reunited with the love of his life.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.
Who should start for England in Sunday's World Cup match against Panama? Pick your XI with the BBC squad selector.
Migrants from the Caribbean were temporarily housed in underground tunnels. Now the public can visit them too.
The Empire Windrush ship arrived in England on 21 June 1948 carrying hundreds of passengers from the Caribbean, among others. What do we know about them?