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Putin: China plan could end war, but Ukraine and West not ready for peace
Mr Putin says China's plan could end the war - but he claims Ukraine and the West are not ready for peace.
Bayern Munich 1-0 Arsenal: Gunners trail Champions League quarter-final
Arsenal will need to come from behind to progress to the semi-finals of the Women's Champions League after losing the first leg of their quarter-final tie with Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Bill Gates: AI is most important tech advance in decades
The former Microsoft boss says AI is the second revolutionary technology he's seen in his lifetime.
Boris Johnson Partygate inquiry: The key clashes to expect
The former PM faces a several hour-long grilling by MPs over claims he misled Parliament.
Ukraine war: UK defends sending uranium shells after Putin warning
The UK says the depleted uranium shells, which it is sending to Ukraine, are "standard".
Met Police: Where next for the force after Casey review?
This is a merciless report, writes BBC correspondent Mark Easton. But what does the Met do now?
Gwyneth Paltrow in court as ski crash trial starts
The Oscar-winning actress is being sued over allegations she injured a man in a skiing accident.
Abdoulaye Doucoure: Everton midfielder on Islam, Ramadan, Idrissa Gueye and Amadou Onana
Everton midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure speaks to BBC Sport about his faith as a Muslim, fasting during Ramadan and his relationship with team-mates Amadou Onana and Idrissa Gueye.
Progestogen-only pill breast cancer risk revealed
Women using this type of birth control have a slightly increased risk, a study finds.
'I thought I was dead': Virginia teacher shot by 6-year-old speaks out
Abigail Zwerner tells NBC she will never forget the look on the boy's face as he pointed the gun.
Counter terror police help investigation as man set alight near Birmingham mosque
The attack in Birmingham which left a man seriously injured could be linked to one in west London.
The timeline of Boris Johnson’s Partygate statements in House of Commons
Mr Johnson is to face questions from the Privileges Committee on Wednesday, in a televised hearing.
Partygate: I misled MPs but not intentionally, says Boris Johnson
The ex-PM says his Partygate denials were made in good faith, ahead of a grilling from MPs on Wednesday.
Women's Premier League: Delhi Capitals beat UP Warriorz to progress straight to final
Delhi Capitals reach the Women's Premier League final by beating UP Warriorz by five wickets.
Ed Sheeran 'didn't want to live' after his friends Jamal Edwards and Shane Warne died
The star says he reached a low point after the deaths of his friends Jamal Edwards and Shane Warne.
Manchester United sale: Revised bids for club due on Wednesday evening
Prospective owners of Manchester United are told they have until 21:00 GMT on Wednesday to submit second, revised bids for the club as the takeover saga accelerates.
Olivia Pratt-Korbel murder-accused was 'high-level' drug dealer
Thomas Cashman tells a jury he was making between £3,000 and £5,000 a week selling cannabis.
Antonio Conte: Tottenham boss needs to be 'more precise', says midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg
Tottenham midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg calls on manager Antonio Conte to be "more precise" following the Italian's rant on Saturday.
Casey Review: Met rotten to core, says Stephen Lawrence's mother
Baroness Lawrence said the force is still failing 24 years after being dubbed "institutionally racist".
How do Ofsted inspections work, and why are outstanding schools downgraded?
The death of head teacher Ruth Perry has highlighted the pressure Ofsted inspections can put on schools.