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Strike on a Gaza refugee camp kills children, and a man dies in a rocket attack in Israel. Go to article - Israel-Gaza conflict rages as US envoy visits
Organisers urge the UK government to help end the fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants. Go to article - Thousands protest in London over Israel-Gaza violence
Eligible people in areas where the Indian virus variant is spreading are urged to get vaccinated. Go to article - Covid: Plea to get the jab in variant hotspot areas
Leicester City lift the FA Cup for the first time as Youri Tielemans' stunning long-range goal earns victory over Chelsea at Wembley. Go to article - Chelsea 0-1 Leicester: Foxes lift FA Cup for first time after Youri Tielemans stunner
The bank insists no customers will be out of pocket as it works to fix problems accessing accounts. Go to article - Santander services recovering after problems accessing online accounts
Labour calls for an investigation into a letter from Priti Patel, saying she did "a favour to her friend". Go to article - Covid contracts: Priti Patel accused of lobbying for face mask firm
Aicha, 17, was one of only three people to survive out of 59 passengers in the boat. Go to article - Teenage girl found in boat drifting for 22 days at sea
It means adults regardless of income, will be given money to cover essential living costs. Go to article - Universal basic income to be tested in Wales
A domestic abuse charity is matching dentists who want to help survivors needing urgent dental work. Go to article - Saving my teeth damaged by years of domestic abuse
Airport bosses say they are "shocked" by the violence, which broke out on Friday morning. Go to article - Eleven charged after fight breaks out at Luton Airport
Many of the intended passengers on the repatriation flight were barred after positive Covid tests. Go to article - Covid: First Australian repatriation flight from India lands in Darwin
Andy Murray will not play at the French Open and will instead focus on preparing for the grass-court season. Go to article - Andy Murray chooses to miss French Open
The Israeli military says the Iron Dome is intercepting about 90% of the rockets fired from Gaza. Go to article - How Israel's Iron Dome missile shield works
The cattle, which had wandered from nearby fields, were later rounded up and returned home. Go to article - Beverley bullocks: Escaped cattle seen grazing in gardens
Staff reminisce about the Mansfield branch of Debenhams, which closed this week, after five decades. Go to article - Debenhams: 'It's only fixtures and fittings, we'll still be friends'
The daring feline leapt from a burning building in Chicago, Illinois, and landed on grass. Go to article - Cat jumps five storeys to safety from burning building
A grey whale called Wally is lost in the Mediterranean - far away from its home in the Pacific. Why? Go to article - A lost whale - 6,000 miles from home
Mitzi says she has "climate trauma" because of the typhoons that have repeatedly flooded her home. Go to article - Experts warn extreme weather could cause 'climate trauma' pandemic
The BBC's Ros Atkins explains the decision to dismiss the congresswoman from her party leadership role. Go to article - Liz Cheney: Why her sacking by the Republican Party matters
BBC producer Adnan Elbursh was broadcasting live from Gaza City when a building behind him was hit. Go to article - Israel-Gaza: Strike collapses building during live BBC report
"It's a huge honour for me... It's like the biggest thank you I can give," says Sweden's act Tusse. Go to article - Eurovision 2021: Tusse - from child refugee to Swedish pop star
Lockdown inactivity may have left people with weaker muscles - there are simple solutions. Go to article - Lockdown muscle loss: Five ways to get back in shape
Current polls in Japan show nearly 70% of the population do not want the Olympics to go ahead. Go to article - Tokyo Olympics: Why doesn't Japan cancel the Games?
The US president and his aides wish to avoid being drawn into this graveyard of US-led peace initiatives. Go to article - Israeli-Palestinian conflict gives Biden foreign policy headache
"Abstract flowers in an otherwise arid field": a world of artistry, history and surprising beauty. Go to article - Drain-spotting: The people who keep their minds in the gutter
As fighting escalates, the social network has become a platform for airing grievances. Go to article - TikTok: How Israeli-Palestinian conflict plays out on social media
Which shows are opening from Monday, will audiences return - and could the comeback be short-lived? Go to article - Theatres in England get ready to reopen, but fear a Covid plot twist
The former Scottish first minister and SNP leader gambled on a breakaway new party and lost. Is this the end? Go to article - Is there a future for Alex Salmond?
With travel limited, millions are joining e-pilgrimages to a cave famed for its miraculous healings. Go to article - Lourdes: Pilgrims flock to French sanctuary online in their millions
Members of indigenous groups in Chile will be represented in the constitutional convention. Go to article - Chile indigenous: Time to make our voices heard
Mothers in Israel and Gaza tell the BBC they are terrified for their families as fighting escalates. Go to article - 'We cannot sleep': Mothers caught in the Israel-Gaza conflict
Youri Tielemans sets the FA Cup final alight with a stunning long-range goal to open the scoring for Leicester City against Chelsea. Go to article - FA Cup final: Youri Tielemans scores a stunner to give Leicester City the lead
Incredible drama after Chelsea's last-gasp goal is chalked off by VAR to deny them a late equaliser in the FA Cup final against Leicester City. Go to article - FA Cup Final: Leicester City are spared by VAR as late equaliser is ruled out
Rangers end the Scottish Premiership season unbeaten with a comfortable win over Aberdeen as they officially lift the Scottish title for the 55th time. Go to article - Rangers complete unbeaten league season to lift trophy in style
Kasper Schmeichel's magnificent diving save keeps Leicester City in the lead with minutes remaining in the FA Cup final against Chelsea. Go to article - FA Cup Final: Kasper Schmeichel produces an astonishing late save from Mason Mount
Millions of people will be able to hug loved ones again from Monday. But can you minimise the risk? Go to article - Covid-19: Five ways to make hugging safer, from the experts
Concern is growing over a rise in UK coronavirus cases linked to a variant from India. Go to article - What are the India, Brazil, South Africa and UK variants?
Lockdown restrictions have eased in England, Scotland and Wales Go to article - Covid: What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?
Foreign holidays are possible from 17 May, but there are still rules in place. Go to article - Which countries are on the green list for foreign holidays?
People aged 38 and 39 in England are now being offered a Covid vaccine as the rollout continues. Go to article - Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
The town has seen a sharp spike in Covid cases - driven by the emergence of the Indian variant. Go to article - Indian variant: What's causing the spike in Bolton?
As lockdown restrictions ease gradually across the UK, what are the rules about returning to work? Go to article - Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 36 million people receive at least one dose. Go to article - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
An independent public inquiry has been announced, but how will it work? Go to article - Covid inquiry: What is it and how will it work?
Stories of genuine experiences shared online have been followed by a wave of anti-vaccine disinformation. Go to article - Covid vaccine: Period changes could be a short-term side effect
Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live. Go to article - Lockdown rules: What are the restrictions in your area?
People travelling abroad from England will be able to use the NHS app to prove their Covid vaccination status. Go to article - What is a Covid passport and what are the plans for the NHS app?
Everyone in England and Scotland is being encouraged to take rapid coronavirus tests regularly. Go to article - Covid: How do I get a lateral flow or PCR test?
People in England, Scotland and Wales will soon be able to drink inside a pub. Go to article - Restaurants and pubs are reopening inside, but what are the rules?
Quarantine-free overseas holidays will be possible after 17 May, but what rights do you have if plans or rules change? Go to article - Covid: What refund rights are there for holidays abroad?
Guidance on hugging close friends and family is being relaxed in England and Scotland from 17 May. Go to article - Covid: What are the social distancing rules and the rule of six?
Secondary school pupils in England will no longer be required to wear them in class from next week. Go to article - Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area. Go to article - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
Residents are having to take their own waste to the collection vehicles to get rid of it. Go to article - Thurrock: The place where people deal with their own rubbish
The world's richest man will reportedly set sail next month on one of the largest superyachts ever built. Go to article - Jeff Bezos and the secretive world of superyachts
A tragedy inspired Scotland's only woman freight train driver to get men talking about mental health. Go to article - 'Talk to me': A train driver asking men to open up
Grace Victory says she was given a 5% chance of recovery after contracting Covid during pregnancy. Go to article - Covid: YouTuber's 'miracle' survival after post-natal coma
The much-anticipated special will see the original cast and celebrities reflect on the series. Go to article - Friends reunion premiere date and celebrity guests announced
China has targeted Muslim religious leaders, according to a new report, charging many with extremism. Go to article - Uyghur imams targeted in China's Xinjiang crackdown
How the pandemic cannabis boom led to chaos on the Navajo Nation, pitting two minorities against each other. Go to article - Chinese dreams on Native American land: A tale of cannabis boom and bust
A film about an Aboriginal boy's experience of school shines a light on Australia's failure to give all children a fair start. Go to article - The 'smart and cheeky' Aboriginal boy teaching Australia a lesson
After waiting seven decades for freedom, Joe Ligon tells the BBC how he intends to spend the rest of his days. Go to article - Joe Ligon: America's 'longest juvenile lifer' on 68 years in prison
Getting trapped in a boy band reality TV contest was just the start of Lelush's unlikely journey. Go to article - Lelush: How a sulky Russian model became China's slacker icon