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06/26/2019 05:22 PM
European countries set new June heat records amid heatwave
Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland hit their highest June temperatures on record on Wednesday.

06/26/2019 05:09 PM
Migrant crisis: US House and Senate at odds over bills
The Senate passes a border aid bill, setting up a showdown with the House over how the money is spent.

06/26/2019 02:54 PM
US immigration: Drowning exposes risks of illegal crossing
A man from El Salvador and his baby daughter die in the Rio Grande trying to reach the US.

06/26/2019 06:29 PM
Boeing suffers new 737 Max issue that could delay return
Regulators uncover a new issue with the doomed aircraft that could delay its return to service.

06/26/2019 02:25 PM
Bodies of US WW2 troops found on Pacific island
The soldiers are believed to have died fighting the Japanese during the three-day Battle of Tarawa.

06/26/2019 05:14 PM
Denver drivers followed Google's detour down a dirt road
Denver drivers rushing to the airport took a GPS detour to avoid an hour-long traffic delay.

06/26/2019 05:37 PM
Gambia: Appeal after rape claim against ex-president Jammeh
Women and girls are urged to report any sexual violence committed by the exiled former president.

06/26/2019 01:06 PM
Holocaust: Dutch rail firm NS confirms compensation
The state-run company took part in deporting 107,000 Jews to Nazi death camps.

06/26/2019 01:02 PM
Indian MP Mahua Moitra's 'rising fascism' speech wins plaudits
Mahua Moitra warns of "early signs of fascism" in India, causing a sensation.

06/26/2019 05:29 PM
Megan Rapinoe: Donald Trump tells US women's co-captain to 'respect flag'
President Trump tells US women's team co-captain Megan Rapinoe not to "disrespect our country" after she said she would not visit the White House if they won the World Cup.

06/26/2019 03:55 PM
Migrant rescue ship defies Italy's warnings
A boat carrying 42 rescued migrants arrives in Italian waters despite being told to stay away.

06/26/2019 04:58 AM
Baby girl found alive inside plastic bag
The girl now known as "Baby India" was found in the state of Georgia after residents heard cries.

06/26/2019 12:49 PM
Eric Trump says waitress spat on him at Chicago cocktail bar
President Donald Trump's son called the alleged incident a "purely disgusting act."

06/25/2019 07:00 PM
From war hero to Ukraine parliament bomb plot suspect
Once seen as a potential president, Nadiya Savchenko now faces accusations of planning a violent coup.

06/25/2019 07:47 PM
France's raw recruits sign up for return of national service
For the first time in 20 years, French teenagers are taking part in a four-week training programme.

06/26/2019 12:59 PM
How do you win the race to become US president?
Who gets to be president? How do you win? All your questions and more in one handy explainer.

06/26/2019 07:27 AM
Venezuela crisis: Military force still an option, says Guaidó
The opposition leader tells the BBC he wants elections, but has not ruled out the use of force.

06/26/2019 05:23 AM
'I was exploited by my friend's mum'
Philippine children are being forced into online sex abuse videos by family, paid for by people in the West.

06/24/2019 07:01 PM
South Korea's Gangnam rocked by rape scandals
South Korea's glamorous nightclub scene has been hit by allegations of drugging and rape.

06/25/2019 07:27 AM
Rhino release: Epic journey to freedom in Rwanda
Five zoo-born eastern black rhinos have been transported from Europe to Africa.

06/26/2019 01:56 AM
The lives disrupted by the world's tallest statue
The $430m iconic statue was touted as symbol of India's development - but it hasn't benefitted everyone.

06/24/2019 07:33 PM
Gangnam: The scandal rocking the playground of K-pop
The BBC hears shocking allegations of drugging and rape inside South Korea's glamorous nightclub scene.

06/24/2019 07:36 PM
Death in Ice Valley: New clues in Isdal Woman mystery
A man who may have seen the Isdal Woman on the way to her death; a police officer bitter that the case was shut down - new leads in a 49-year-old puzzle.

06/23/2019 07:14 PM
The Arab world in seven charts: Are Arabs turning their backs on religion?
A growing number of Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa say they are no longer religious, a major survey suggests.

06/24/2019 08:26 AM
Muslim women defy ban to swim in burkinis at French pool
Activists in the city of Grenoble hold a protest inspired by US civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks.

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